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Many services require a Cornell NetID to log in. Don’t have one? We’ll get you started.

All about your NetID

  • The NetID is a universal and secure identifier, unique to you, required to access many secure Cornell online services.

  • Cornell's NetID self-service website will help you activate your NetID and set up your personal password.

  • Forgot your NetID password? Want to change your NetID password? Visit Cornell's Manage Your NetID page or call the IT Service Desk at 607-255-5500 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday - Friday.

Access the alumni directory

  • Looking for a classmate? Or a Cornellian? Search the alumni directory.

  • Keep your address, email, and phone number current to learn about Cornell events in your area and on campus, hear the latest university news, and discover opportunities for learning, networking, and volunteering.

Alumni email services

  • Cornell G Suite (formerly known as Cmail) is the recommended email service available to all alumni. It is a Cornell-branded email account provided by Google Apps for Education. Learn more about account setup and email forwarding.

University transcripts

Career tools

  • You’re part of the Cornell network. We’re here to help you leverage those connections, no matter where you are on your career path.

  • Cornell Volunteers! at the 2014 Cornell Alumni Leadership Conference (CALC).
    Volunteering and your career

    Volunteerism can positively impact your career. Download this guide to learn more.

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  • Cornell Handshake is the system used by Cornell Career Services to post jobs submitted to Cornell. Job postings are geared towards current students and alumni with 0–5 years experience. To use the system, you must first complete a brief Student Profile, which allows us to notify you of various opportunities pertinent to your career interests. There is no fee for this service.

  • Cornell Career Services offers resources to help you achieve your goals. These include individual advising, workshops and panels, web resources, handouts, alumni-shadowing programs, job-search services, and a Career Guide.

  • Enroll in the Career Development Toolkit course on our Canvas platform to explore interactive modules in networking, resumes, interviews and more. Learn for free and at your own pace by logging in with your NetID. If you have trouble logging in, request access to Canvas at request.canvas.cornell.edu.

Electronic library resources

Support your class

  • Class dues support specific class initiatives, programs, and opportunities for classmates that are separate and distinct from gifts to the university.