Novel coronavirus (COVID-19) resources and updates
As a member of our Cornell family, we appreciate the trust you place in your alma mater. All of Cornell’s campuses are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and have implemented changes to normal operations. See Alumni Affairs and Development's specific program updates and for more information on Cornell’s coronavirus response, please visit the university coronavirus resource page. Cornell alumni events on campus will not take place this year-- including Homecoming and TCAM. Details about special virtual programming will soon be available.
Explore opportunities through Cornell volunteer platforms. These online tools can help you find ways to be a Cornell volunteer, mentor, or social media ambassador. Opportunities are tailored to your location, interests, skills, and available time.
Do you care about keeping the Cornell community strong and vibrant all over the world? This online portal helps you find ways to volunteer that fit your life, interests, and connections to Cornell. Create your unique profile and be a part of the active community of Cornellians near you!
CUeLINKs (Learning, Informing, Networking = Knowledge Sharing) is Cornell’s new university-wide platform for connecting students with alumni to get the most out of the powerful Cornell community. Join more than 1,000 alumni already signed up.
Over 12,000 proud Cornell alumni serve as enthusiastic ambassadors to prospective students and families in all 50 states and at least 50 nations across the globe. Volunteers meet individually with freshman applicants, staff college fairs, and host local receptions.
Become a volunteer for the Annual Funds and be part of a group that creates a measurable difference for students and faculty. Every year, volunteers reach thousands of their peers on behalf of Cornell, turning their passion for our university into generous donations and personal connections.
As a social media ambassador, you’ll share messages from Cornell with your networks. Social media ambassadors generate buzz about major initiatives. This volunteer role helps the university reach more alumni, parents, and friends of Cornell.
Why support Cornell?
The answer is easy: students need you. Your gift can help ensure current and recently admitted students can complete their education.