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What resources does Cornell offer for students' mental health?

Cornell University has a strong commitment to mental health. We work to cultivate a [caring community][1] in which individuals are encouraged to intervene on another’s behalf and to ask for help when they need it. The [Cornell Health][2] website offers more information about [mental health initiatives][3] on campus an…

What kind of support is available to Cornell students?

Most students, regardless where they go to school, will experience some adjustment challenges. It is normal to feel some home sickness as you get settled in a new place and build your community. It is also natural for students to go through an adjustment period as they work through new academic rigors. Cornell encoura…

Is there a health center on campus?

To support a healthy community, [Cornell Health][1] is conveniently located on campus. This comprehensive healthcare facility is available to students any time of day or night, 365 days a year. Students can call Cornell Health to talk with a health care provider about a mental or physical health concern, or to make an…

Is there a gym on campus?

There are four fitness centers located around the Cornell campus offering an extensive array of cardio and weight equipment and dozens of group exercise classes throughout the year. To learn more, please visit Cornell's [Recreation & Sports][1] website. [1]: http://admissions.cornell.edu/living/recreation

Does Cornell offer a pre-med program?

Students who are interested in pursuing a health career find great opportunities at Cornell. In fact, nearly one out of every six Cornell undergraduates intends to pursue a career in medicine. Students may study in any of [Cornell's undergraduate schools and colleges][1] and graduate well prepared for further medical …

How are the workload and stress levels at Cornell?

Cornell students work hard and our faculty have high expectations. While the workload is substantial, there are many programs here to support students' academic goals, personal development, and well-being. Two of the resources available to the first-year community are the [Carol Tatkon Center][1] and the [Learning Str…

Can you pursue pre-health/pre-med at the College of Human Ecology?

Yes, the College of Human Ecology offers a distinctive education for those interested in [medicine, public health, and community health][1] with a focus on prevention and wellness. Our contemporary and interdisciplinary approach to health studies is broad in scope and addresses human needs from perspectives in nutriti…

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