Diversity and Inclusion – Support for Diverse Communities: Includes information for Cornell's community of color, military community, LGBT community and information on disability and religious resources.
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Life extends beyond your job. These resources are available to help with life’s “other” aspects, whether involving parenting, caregiving for others or a pet, or just taking care of yourself.
Cornell's dependent care consultant is available to help you locate adult/elder care resources. Resources are also available for those who provide care from a distance.
Family-related support including information on child dependent care concerns, the Cornell Child Care Center, on-campus diaper changing stations and lactation rooms as well as information on financial support programs, such as adoption assistance and the child care grant program.
The Cornell University Emergency CARE Fund is a program offering financial assistance to faculty and staff who have experienced a sudden or emergency-related financial hardship due to an unforeseen or unavoidable event.
FSAP (formerly the Employee Assistance Program EAP) offers free, confidential, professional counseling and consultation services to all Cornell benefits-eligible faculty and staff and their dependents.
The Cornell Family Helper list provides contact information and profiles of potential helpers to help you with: babysitting, elder caregiving, pet sitting, errands, house sitting, yard care, music lessons, tutoring, cleaning, sports lessons and fitness training. You will also find a guide to finding, hiring, and keeping informal care providers.
Cornell provides flexible work arrangements to enable staff and management to serve
customers, meet university goals, and balance personal and professional responsibilities.
Your pets are part of your family. These resources including, pet insurance, local pet services and discounts will help you manage your pet's care.
These programs, workshops and services are specifically designed to help faculty and staff enhance their mental, physical and emotional wellbeing.
The Cornell University Wellness Program provides faculty, staff and retirees with diverse opportunities that foster joy, balance and wellbeing.