Who We Are

SCL Units and Programs

Athletics and Physical Education
Offers a diverse program of physical and outdoor education, recreational services, intramural sports and intercollegiate athletic competition, plus Wellness programs for faculty and staff and fitness centers for the entire Cornell community.

Campus and Community Engagement
Focuses on students' residential experiences as well as campus engagement activities and leadership development, and encompasses the following functions:

Carol Tatkon Center
Cooperative Living
Sorority and Fraternity Life
New Student Programs
Off-Campus Living
Program Houses
Residence Halls
Residential Programs
Campus Activities 

Campus Life Enterprise Services
Provides programs, events, services, information, and facilities of exceptional quality to the Cornell community in the areas of residential living-learning, community centers, dining, catering, conference services, The Cornell Store, and its satellite units.

Cornell Career Services
Offers help with career exploration, graduate and professional school advising and preparation, health careers, legal careers, internship and full-time job searches, fellowships, and specialized advising needs.

Cornell Chimes
Performs concerts three times daily on the 21 bells housed in historic McGraw Tower. Truly the heartbeat of campus life for more than 150 years.

Cornell Commitment
Recognizes, rewards, and encourages further development of students who exemplify Cornell's commitment to academic excellence, work and service, research and discovery, and leadership and learning.

Cornell Health
Provides services, advocacy, and leadership to promote a healthy campus community. Students rely on Cornell Health for medical care, counseling, information, and insurance. Faculty, staff, and students use pharmacy, physical therapy, travel, immunization, and occupational medicine services. Cornell Health staff members provide assistance to anyone who is concerned about a student in distress. Cornell Health is home to the Skorton Center for Health Initiatives.

Dean of Students
Focuses on our students' identity development, student support, and advocacy, and consists of the following functional areas:

Student Development Diversity Initiatives
Asian & Asian American Center
Cornell United Religious Work
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Resource Center
Care and Crisis Services
Women's Resource Center

Merrill Presidential Scholars Program
Honors outstanding seniors, high school teachers and Cornell faculty members.

Public Service Center
Offers many opportunities for involvement locally, nationally and internationally, including community and K-12 outreach programs, faculty engagement, public scholarship, and student leadership development.

Student Disability Services
Obtains and files disability-related documents, certifies eligibility for services, determines reasonable accommodations, and develops plans for the provision of accommodations for students.

Office of the Vice President
The Office of the Vice President provides strategic direction for the division as well as support and resources for all units to achieve their goals. Includes operational support for all units in the division, including the SCL Business Service Center, Communications, External Relations, Facilities, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Assessment and Planning.  

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