NetIDs are issued to members of the Cornell community and affiliates. A single individual can have only one NetID.
Members of the Cornell community are students, faculty, staff, and alumni. The faculty and staff category includes full-time and part-time...Read more
Cornell links which services you can access with the role or relationship that you have with the university. CIT works with the offices of record, sponsors, and service providers to adjust your privileges when...Read more
Alumni will be able to create Two-Step Login accounts as of July 22, 2020, in order to access their records on Cornell Health's patient portal.Read more
On April 26, 2020, Zoom will turn off v1 of its API. To reduce the number of changes that day, CIT will turn off an old integration between Google Calendar and Zoom on April 22.Read more
Alumni are not included in the Cornell Zoom license, but they can join meetings and webinars.
Mail to active Cornell alumni accounts is no longer passing through Cornell infrastructure, except in the case of forwarding to an outside personal account, when an alum has requested it.Read more
CIO magazine discusses how Cornell "knit together Drupal and Salesforce to create a university-wide system of engagement centered on the student experience."Read more
The process of changing alumni email routing will resume with small groups in mid-June.Read more
In order to better meet accessibility standards, CIT implemented coding changes that had a small effect on the way the CUWebLogin page looks. In case your eagle eyes spotted the changes, we wanted to reassure you that you are on a valid page.New Version (beginning February 24, 2019)...Read more