National Consumer Protection Week begins March 4, 2018.Read more
Tax-related identity theft is the most common form of identity theft reported in the U.S. As the IRS has greatly increased its scrutiny of refunds to identify signs of theft, criminals have changed to a new, quickly growing scam. Learn how to protect yourself and recognize the signs of fraud...Read more
Students are invited to apply for Cornell diverse student summer internships.Read more
You may find that, after connecting to Cornell Wi-Fi, your signal weakens or drops out entirely.
One cause is if you have something connected to a USB3 port on your device. USB3 uses the same frequency as most of our wireless users.
A workaround is to change the port setting...Read more
There are a number of factors that may prevent you from connecting.
Some users of Android OS 7.0, 7.1, and 8.0 who have also installed the eduroam CAT app find that they cannot connect to the network.
When the eduroam CAT app prompts for a security...Read more
Cornell University has long been developing and dedicating resources toward modernizing the landscape of technologies that support constituent engagement. The underlying platform for much of this effort is an enterprise-wide constituent relationship management (CRM) system called Salesforce,...Read more
If someone forwards to you a link for a Zoom meeting, it is possible you will see this error message when you try to use the link:
This will only happen whenThe meeting's original host grants access to an alternate host. At this point, a special meeting link is created...Read more
Sunday, January 28, 2018, is Data Privacy Day. Ensure you're in control of your personal information in the coming year.Read more