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Campus Partners

OADI collaborates and partners with various academic and student and campus life (SCL) offices and individuals across Cornell University, Cornell Weill & Cornell Tech.  We encourage you to become familiar with these resources; most focus on the student experience, equity and inclusion practices, and learning tools and resources. Please note this is not an exhaustive list of our campus partners and resources.

Career

Civic Engagement  

Contract and Endowed Colleges at Cornell

Contract Colleges

Endowed Colleges at Cornell

Ethnic Studies Programs

Health and Well-Being

Keep Informed

Learning Resources

Residential Life Program Houses

Program Houses – or themed residence halls – offer the chance to develop and immerse yourself in interests within an engaging community of residents and out-of-house members. These close-knit communities have a high level of involvement, with regular events, programming, and outreach opportunities, often in collaboration with related academic departments. Program Houses include:

Student and Campus Life Dean of Students

The Office of the Dean of Students inspires transformation and enriches the lives of students by providing opportunities for students to grow and learn as individuals and to develop as leaders and contributing members of a larger community.

Identity & Cultural Resource Centers

Student Experience

Student Financial Aid and Student Employment

These resources offer a lot of information for prospective and current students. Please note that the Student Employment site includes positions that are Federal Work Study eligible.

University Records and Processes

University Union and Community Centers 

Cornell's five Community Centers and the Willard Straight Hall Student Union are hubs of activity on campus – go-to places to meet people, get a bite to eat, experience Cornell's thriving social scene, or find a place to study or work out. These hubs include: