IT Support Structure

Most departments in CALS receive computer support from a CALS-OIT service area. There are three Service Areas, each serving a number of departments. Four of the Departments/Sections have a Geneva component, all of which are supported by an IT team in Geneva. The table below outlines which departments are supported by which service area.

East IT Service Area

252 Emerson Hall

Ithaca Campus

(607) 255-3882

Animal Science

Biological and Environmental Engineering

Botanic Gardens

CALS Human Resources

CALS/CHE Business Service Center (BSC)

CALS Office of Sponsored Research

Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station

Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

Food Science



Natural Resources

Northeastern IPM Center

NY Sea Grant

Pesticide Management Education Program

School of Integrative Plant Science

  • Horticulture
  • Plant Biology
  • Plant Breeding
  • Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology
  • Soil and Crop Science

West IT Service Area

B06 Warren Hall

Ithaca Campus

(607) 255-8833

American Indian Program

Biological Statistics and Computational Biology

CALS Administration

  • Alumni Affairs and Development
  • Communications
  • Dean's Office
  • Executive Dean's Office
  • Finance
  • Sr. Associate Dean's Office

CALS Facilities

Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management


Cornell Agricultural Experiment Station Administration

Development Sociology



International Programs (IP-CALS)

Landscape Architecture

Molecular Biology and Genetics

Office of Academic Programs

Office of Undergraduate Biology


Geneva IT Service Area

101 Sturtevant Hall

Cornell AgriTech Geneva Campus

(315) 787-2289

Administrative Service Center

Buildings and Properties

Cornell Lake Erie Research and Extension Laboratory


Food Science

Field Research Unit

Hudson Valley Research Laboratory

Human Resources

Integrated Pest Management

Cornell AgriTech Administration

Plant Genetics Resource Unit

School of Integrative Plant Science

  • Horticulture
  • Plant Pathology and Plant Microbe Biology