Inclusive Academic Advising
Inclusive Academic Advising
Inclusive academic advising: forming intentional partnerships with students and other stakeholders to achieve academic success, holistic wellness, and a sense of belonging.
To integrate inclusive academic advising across CALS.
To implement data-informed equitable advising practices, programming, and policies.
Our Inclusive Academic Advising Team is here to support you and help you achieve your academic goals. We assist students with the following:
- Academic Advising
- Academic policies
- Graduation requirements
- Upcoming deadlines
- Personal Concerns
- Academic Success Program
- Academic Integrity
- Diversity Student Support
- Disability Services
- Transfer Advising
Schedule an Appointment or Join Us for Drop-In Hours
We know that flexibility is key for our busy students, which is why we offer in-person and remote advising appointments. There are also a variety of drop-in hours throughout the year in the CALS Zone in 112 Mann Library. You can find our current drop-in linked here and on the CALS Zone page.
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Office of Institutional Equity (reporting instances of bias or sexual and related misconduct)
Visit our online website DUST to begin a new letter request. Please note that if you need verification of your enrollment at Cornell University, you can find this through the National Clearinghouse information on the Registrar's office website.
The Learning Strategies Center (LSC) is Cornell’s central academic support office for our undergraduate population. Their goal is to provide students with tools and resources to support their efforts to become more successful and independent learners. One such resource is the LSC Scholarship. The primary objective of the scholarship is to provide financial support to enable on time completion of graduation requirements for undergraduate students.
The scholarship covers the cost of tuition for Cornell courses listed on the Continuing Education website. To qualify, students must receive Cornell grant aid. Requests for winter session begin in October and summer session in February. Students are notified by their respective college and/or the LSC website when the scholarship application opens.
Each college has an assigned nominator who submits requests to the LSC office. Contact cals-studentservices [at] cornell.edu or 607-255-2257 for more information.
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