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College of Arts and Sciences

Info for Faculty

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Visit Arts & Science's COVID-19 resource site for the latest information.

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.

Caring Community (Emergency Resources, Diversity & Inclusion, Student Resources)

REPORT AN INCIDENT: This reporting tool is for non-emergency incidents and non-emergency Clery Act crime reports only.

For EMERGENCIES, including safety concerns for members of our community, call CORNELL POLICE at 607-255-1111 or DIAL 911.

For health concerns call CORNELL HEALTH at 607-255-5155.
 
The College also maintains an Equity and Diversity web page for resources for students, faculty and staff related to university-wide initiatives as well as college-specific resources.
 
Other Services:

Administrative

Academic Advising

Now that the university has released pre-enrollment dates and the Fall 2020 class roster is available, the A&S Student Services Office would like to update you on some important changes to practices and policies for this fall reflecting the extraordinary nature of the semester. Here is a web page that summarizes:

  • Student Services Office Operations for fall 2020
  • Fall 2020 Pre-enrollment Period, Enrollment Dates and Deadlines
  • Fall 2020 Course time conflicts
  • Fall 2020 Enrollment credit limits for A&S students
  • Online petition system for A&S students
  • New college residency requirements
  • New distribution requirements
  • Dean’s List criteria

Our students rely on faculty for critical academic advice.

If you have questions about advising, call 607-255-5004 to talk to an advising dean. Here is a list of all current academic advisors.

  • Data.arts: Links to your incoming advisees’ names, summary sheets, courses of interest, major interests, netIDs, unofficial transcripts, Application to Graduate, etc.
  • Degree Audit: See each advisee’s DUST report, which tracks progress toward the fulfillment of college requirements

First year:

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:

College Degree Requirements and Policy

Directories and Important Dates

Career and Fellowship Information:

Governance

Research and Publishing Resources

Teaching Support & Curricular Innovation