The Cornell Group of the Association for Preservation Technology is dedicated to advancing the application of technology to the conservation of the built environment.
The Cornell Association for Ph.D. Planners represents Ph.D. students in city and regional planning and historic preservation planning.
The Cornell Participatory Action Research Network (cPARN) was founded in 1992 and continues to foster robust discussion on action research at Cornell and beyond.
Design Connect is a multi-disciplinary student run organization that partners with local municipalities and nonprofits to provide design and planning services to communities in upstate New York.
The International Planning Student Organization is a forum for learning, discussing, and exploring international planning issues in a diversity of contexts.
The LDR-Lab (Latino Design and Research Lab) is dedicated to the planning and design of culturally, environmentally, and economically sustainable Latino communities in the United States and abroad. LDR-Lab is a multidisciplinary independent student organization.
The Movement of Architecture, Art, and Planning works to provide an open environment and event programming that challenges the AAP community to embrace its intellectual and student diversity. MOAAP aims to bridge gaps between design majors, and to inspire and motivate students socially, academically, and professionally.
The Organization of Cornell Planners presents student concerns and ideas to the faculty. It arranges seminars, receptions, and special events, such as a grant-writing workshop and internship preparation seminar.
The Organization of Urban and Regional Studies is formed for undergraduates within urban and regional studies program. Although this organization has members who are Cornell students, the organization is independent of the university.
Planning Students for Diversity (PSD) is a student group formed with a vision to promote inclusion of and support for diverse viewpoints and experiences with regard to planning, resulting in a more equitable planning.
The Preservation Studies Student Organization promotes historic preservation education and advocacy efforts throughout the Cornell community and the wider preservation profession.
The Women's Planning Forum plays host to alumnae in the field and sponsors career workshops. It arranges seminars, receptions, and special events, such as a grant-writing workshop and internship preparation seminar.