If you are an Arts & Sciences faculty member, bookmark this page for quick reference to your most accessed Cornell sites. If you have recommendations for links to add to this list, please let us know.
Health, Safety & Well-Being
Visit Cornell University's Health and Safety page for a full list of resources.
For emergencies, including safety concerns for members of our community, call Cornell Police at 607-255-1111 or DIAL 911.
For mental health resources for students, faculty and staff, visit Mental Health at Cornell.
- Emergency Management
- Rave Guardian (mobile safety app)
- Cornell Health (or call 607-255-5155)
- Student Support and Advocacy Services
- Student Disability Services
- Staff Disability Accommodations
- Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
- Office of Institutional Equity and Title IX
- SHARE (Sexual Harassment and Assault Response and Education)
- Faculty & Staff Harassment Guidance
- Environmental Health and Safety
The College also maintains a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility web page for resources for students, faculty and staff related to university-wide initiatives as well as college-specific resources, like the the Faculty Diversity and Equity Committee.
- Office of the Dean of Faculty
- Faculty Handbook
- Office of Faculty Development and Diversity
- CU Policies
- A&S Communications Office
- Shared Services Center (Division of Financial Services)
- Environmental Health and Safety
- FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
- Office of Benefits
- Cornell Hotline (EthicsPoint)
- Parking and Transportation
- Travel Booking
- Global Cornell
Teaching Support and Curricular Innovation
- Academic Integrity
- Active Learning Initiative (funding opportunity)
- Cornell Information Technologies
- Center for Teaching Innovation
- Cornell University Faculty Center
- David M. Einhorn Center for Community Engagement (funding opportunity)
- Faculty teaching awards
- Teaching Evaluations, Final Examinations, and Grading
- Responding to incidents that affect the teaching and learning environment
Our students rely on faculty for critical academic advice.
- Data.arts: Links to your incoming advisees’ names, summary sheets, courses of interest, major interests, netIDs, unofficial transcripts, Application to Graduate, advising dean lookup etc.
- Degree Audit: See each advisee’s DUST report, which tracks progress toward the fulfillment of college requirements
Sophomores and Juniors:
- Check-in with your advisees to discuss grad school, job searching, and internships. Refer them to Career Development resources as needed.
Seniors: Part II, Applying to Graduate
Courses, Credits and Placement:
- Courses of Study
- Current Course Roster
- AP, IB, and A-level Credit and Placement
- Courses that do not count towards the degree in Arts and Sciences
College Degree Requirements and Policy
- Graduation Requirements
- Most frequently used passages from the Faculty Handbook
- Grading Guidelines
- Other College Policies
Directories and Important Dates
- Cornell Academic Calendar
- A&S Advising Office – Advising Deans and Staff
- Directors of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) List
- Exam Schedules
- Student Timeline
Career and Fellowship Information:
Research and Publishing Resources
- Cornell Research Division: Helps the Cornell Community plan and coordinate research and represents the university in research matters as they relate to external agencies and sponsors. It supports the activities of technology transfer and economic development, research integrity and assurance, including care for research animals, and information services that support research administration.
- Office of Sponsored Programs (OSP): Offers online sources to assist faculty and research staff in identifying sources of funding.
- Cornell Pre-Award Research Operations (PRO) Team: A&S faculty and researcher PIs can request support directly through submitting a Proposal Notification form to the Pre-Award Research Operations (PRO) team. We strongly recommend that interested PIs contact the PRO team at least 4 weeks in advance of submission deadline.
- New Frontier Grants: The New Frontier Grants program aims to enable the early stages of a select number of novel, high-risk/high-impact research projects with compelling visions and strategies for transformative advances in the arts and humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
- Grants Program for Digital Collections in Arts & Sciences: The program, funded by the College of Arts & Sciences and coordinated by the Cornell University Library, was developed by the Arts & Sciences Visual Resources Advisory Group.
- The Hull Memorial Publication Fund: Established in 1954 by Mary Josephine Hull for the express purpose of subventing "the cost of printing and publishing books or articles written by members of the University, of such character as shall be likely to advance its scholarly reputation in the field of liberal studies: history and political science, philosophy, language and literature."
- Open-Access Publishing Fund: Provides funding to help faculty publish in open access journals.
- Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability Academic Venture Fund: The AVF seeds original, interdisciplinary research that is not likely to find funding elsewhere because the projects are novel, risky, need early data to establish traction or involve new teams working together.
- Einhorn Center Engaged Research Grants: Engaged Research Grants support undergraduate participation in faculty- and staff-led research that is helping to build a more sustainable, just and collaborative future.