Cornell University

Mental Health at Cornell

Resources for student & campus well-being

Mental Health at Cornell

This website is intended to support the mental health and well-being of Cornell University students, staff, and faculty with a wide range of resources. Our Mental Health Framework helps guide campus programming, services, systems, and strategies, and invites engagement from all members of the Cornell community.

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Academic Well-being

Engineering undergrads' credit limit was reduced to 20 for fall '22 in response to Mental Health Review recommendations.  

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End-of-Semester Tips

Finish the semester strong by creating a time management strategy, prioritizing self-care, and keeping stress in check.

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For Graduate & Professional Students

Boundaries between work and life can be especially blurry for Graduate and Professional students. Learn about care and support resources.

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Make time for sleep!

Aim for 7+ hours a night (yes, really!). It’s one of the most effective things you can do to stay healthy and boost your academic performance.

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Campus Mental Health Framework

Cornell’s comprehensive Mental Health Framework includes every member of the community. It also served as the foundation for the campus Mental Health Review. 

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Help Prevent Hazing

Joining a group, team, or organization should never compromise someone’s health, safety, or well-being. There are lots of great ways to create healthy team cohesion and bonding without hazing.