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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)
For EMERGENCIES, including safety concerns for members of our community, call CORNELL POLICE at 607-255-1111 or DIAL 911.
- Emergency Information
- Blue Light Services
- Title IX Office
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
- SHARE (Sexual Harrassment and Assault Response and Education)
- Student Disability Services
- Student Empathy, Assistance & Referral Services(EARS)
- Women’s Resource Center
- Faculty and Staff Assistance Program
- A&S Business Service Center
- A&S Communications Office
- Commuter and Parking Services
- CU Policies
- Environmental Health and Safety
- FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)
(Please click here for a copy of the College's FERPA Release Form.)
- Office of Benefits
- Cornell Hotline (EthicsPoint)
- Travel Booking
Our students rely on faculty for critical academic advice.
If you have questions about advising, call 607-255-5004 to talk to a dean of first-years and sophomores, or 607-255-4833 to talk to a dean of juniors and seniors. 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 etc.
- Degree Audit: See each advisee’s DUST report, which tracks progress toward the fulfillment of college requirements
- Guide to first-year advising in Arts and Sciences
- Orientation Guide
- Orientation and Enrollment Information for first-year students in Arts & Sciences
- Carol Tatkon Center
- Knight Institute
Sophomores and Juniors: Acceleration Worksheet
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
- Degree Requirements Worksheet
- Graduation Requirements
- Most frequently used passages from the Faculty Handbook
- Grading Guidelines
- Other College Policies
Directories and Important Dates
- Academic Calendar
- A&S Advising Office – Advising Deans and Staff
- Directors of Undergraduate Studies (DUS) List
- Exam Schedules
- Important Dates
- Student Timeline
Career and Fellowship Information:
- Arts & Sciences Career Development
- A&S Career Development Overview for Faculty
- Information on fellowships
- Information on legal careers
- Information on health careers
- Information on graduate study
- Cornell Course Sequences for Health Career Admissions
- A&S Faculty Meeting Site
- Bylaws for the Faculty of A&S (PDF)
- Office of Assemblies
- Campus Code of Conduct
Research and Publishing Resources
- 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."
- Office of the Vice Provost for Research (OVPR): 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.
- Open-Access Publishing Fund: Provides funding to help faculty publish in open access journals.