Information technology services at Cornell are offered through IT@Cornell.
Visit their site to learn about the Cornell email system, computing labs, tech policies, and tips for protecting your computer equipment, identity, and online privacy. In addition, their Student IT Resources site includes free tools to help you collaborate with other students, stay organized, and much more.
Need IT help? Contact the IT Service Desk.
To access many of the university's IT resources, you'll need your active Cornell Network ID (NetID) and password.
Your NetID is for your exclusive personal use and consists of your initials followed by one or more numbers (e.g. abc123). To protect your personal information and Cornell data, never share your NetID password with someone else.
With your NetID, you can
- Access the Student Center to check your class schedule , see your grades, access your bursar account, order your transcript, and update your addresses, including emergency contacts.
- Access library services and the Canvas systems.
- Sign in to Cornell G Suite, which is Cornell's email, calendar, and collaboration service for students. Your Cornell email account will be used for official university announcements.
- Complete online evaluations, and more.
How do I get a NetID?
See ID cards for instructions.
Students have access to computer labs on campus.
The labs function on a first-come, first-served basis. They have a variety of software, Windows and Mac computers, and networked laser printers.
Visit the computer labs page for lab locations and hours.
How can I print on campus?
Net-Print is a fee-based service that lets you print to laser printers and plotters located in Cornell's computer labs, libraries, and elsewhere around campus, using a lab computer or personal computer connected to the Cornell network.
To use Net-Print, you must first create an account, to which you can add money with a credit or debit card. Net-Print deposits are nonrefundable.