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Student IT Resources

Collaborate with others, stay organized, and keep your data and devices safe.

In This Article

Before You Arrive

  1. Review the IT essentials for new students
  2. Activate your NetID
  3. Set up Cornell Two-Step Login
  4. View your registration, enrollment, student financials, course options, and more
  5. Select an email system (Gmail or Outlook)
  6. Set up secure campus Wi-Fi with eduroam
  7. Activate your Cornell Zoom account

While You Are Here

Collaboration Tools

Protect Your Data, Identity, and Privacy

Identity theft is real

Research Tools

Qualtrics Survey Tool

Cornell provides a survey tool, Qualtrics, for use at no cost by Cornell students, faculty, staff, and retirees. Users can create and distribute their own surveys and gather information in support of the university's educational mission and organizational goals.

CCSS

The Cornell Center for Social Sciences is a strategic partner who can help take your research to the next level with a full continuum of tools and expertise. We offer a range of support, technology, and collaboration in each of our focus areas: data services, research, computing resources, consulting, and training.

CAC

Cornell University's Center for Advanced Computing offers staff and students research education and outreach, as well as computing and consulting services that range from HPC systems and storage to programming, database development, and web portal design.

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