110 Ho Plaza
Ithaca, NY 14853
Tel: (607) 255-5155
(phone consultation 24/7)
Fax: (607) 255-0269
Before coming to Cornell, all new students must submit health information and proof of required immunizations to meet the university's health requirements.
Cornell Health oversees the New Student Health Requirements Process through which students provide information required to comply with state and federal laws, meet public health guidelines, and support their health care while studying at Cornell.
Cornell Health provides medical care, counseling, pharmacy services, and other resources to support the well-being of all students studying on Cornell's Ithaca campus. Services are confidential, and designed to meet the needs of Cornell's diverse student population.
- Information for new students
- Cornell Health Services
- How to make an appointment
- Cost for Service
- Emergencies and after-hours care
Tips & Topics
myCornellHealth: Cornell Health's secure patient portal
Students can use myCornellHealth (NetID required to login) to schedule or cancel appointments, communicate and share confidential information with your health care provider, ask a nurse a health-related question, access health records and billing statements, and more.
Students with families
Cornell Health provides services and resources that help support the health and well-being of students with a spouse, partner, or children. Learn more about services for spouses and partners, and information for students with children.
Student Disability Services
Cornell's Student Disability Services office—part of Cornell Health—helps students with physical, medical, mental health, and sensory disabilities participate fully in the Cornell experience. If you have a disability for which you need accommodations, please register your needs directly with Student Disability Services.