Cornell Academic Support and Well-Being

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Academic Integrity

Students should make themselves familiar with the information on both of the following sites. In particular, it is very important that every student read the entire Code of Academic Integrity.

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Academic Resources

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Academic Support Services

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Campus Safety

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Diversity at Cornell

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Food Insecurity

Hunger on college campuses, including Cornell's, can be a serious issue. Students who are food insecure may struggle both academically and socially as a result of reduced caloric intake, lack of nutrition, and interrupted eating patterns. Resources are available on campus and through Tompkins County programs and services. Cornell Dining offers students varied employment opportunities that include meal plan options as well as pay.

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Health Services

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Student Life

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