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What Services Does My NetID Give Me Access To?

This article applies to: NetIDs

For specific information about services available to members of the Cornell community based on roles, see IT Services Available with Your New Relationship to Cornell.

Having a Cornell NetID does not, in and of itself, give you access to information or services. It simply serves as an identifier that can be used to authorize your access to services you are entitled to use.

  • Current faculty, staff, and students: please see CIT’s IT@Cornell articles to see which services are available to which groups.
  • Alumni: please see the NetIDs page from Alumni Affairs and Development.
  • Affiliates: please check with the technical support provider in your department or unit.
  • Sponsored NetIDs: please check with the department or unit offering the services you would like to access.

Library Access for Sponsored NetIDs

The sponsor needs to contact Library Public Services (116 Olin Library, 5-5069, or with the Sponsored NetID, details on why access is needed, and start and end dates for access.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - 8:56am

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