Discover CALS

See how our current work and research is bringing new thinking and new solutions to some of today's biggest challenges.

Our Locations

From the shores of Lake Erie to the tip of Long Island and the Southern Tier to the North Country, you'll find Cornell CALS campuses, facilities and affiliates all around the Empire State. Many of our facilities are located on our near Cornell's main Ithaca, NY, campus, where our undergraduate programs take place. Our next largest location is Cornell AgriTech, our New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, NY, which has branch stations on Lake Erie and in the Hudson Valley. The Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station (Cornell AES) encompasses research farms and greenhouses in Ithaca, Freeville, Willsboro, Aurora and Riverhead, NY.

Explore more about each location via the interactive map below. 


Interactive map of Cornell's locations around New York State.

Learn more about our locations.

Affiliate Units

Cornell Botanic Gardens

The cultivated gardens, arboretum, and natural areas of the Botanic Gardens serve as outdoor classrooms for instruction Cornell's colleges, stewards the university’s iconic gorges and natural areas, and conducts vital conservation efforts.

Affiliate Units

Shoals Marine Laboratory

A collaboration of Cornell CALS and the University of New Hampshire and located on Appledore Island, Maine, has been a proud leader in marine science education, research, and outreach for over 50 years.

Affiliate Units

The Cornell Lab of Ornithology

Dedicated to advancing the understanding and protection of the natural world, the world-famous "Lab of O" joins with people from all walks of life to make new scientific discoveries, share insights, and galvanize conservation action.

Three students examine a flowering plant in a thriving garden.
Jan Factor talks to student overlooking the ocean
A small, golden-colored bird sitting on a branch among long, skinny, green leaves


Big Red Buildings Go Green

See how well you know the sustainable facilities around campus. Need a hint? We'll provide the location.

Ag Quad

The floors in this building are made from the re-purposed marble partitions from pre-renovation bathrooms.

Cornell Botanic Gardens

A solar thermal array on a green roof provides hot water and radiant heating to this building.

Judd Falls Road

Over 79% of the construction waste generated during the renovation and expansion of this hall was diverted from landfills.

Wing Drive

This CALS facility was the first campus renovation project to earn LEED Certification.

Mann Drive

As a way to mitigate storm water runoff, a rain garden was created directly north of the new 50-person classroom. The garden contains a variety of self-sustaining vegetation.

Tower Road

Standing at fifteen stories high, this CALS building remains the tallest on campus.