Be cautious about any unsolicited offers you receive for internships or jobs. Cornell students are continuing to receive a large number of fraudulent (phishing) emails with these scam offers, and some students have fallen victim.
Learn more about the new executive order that the White House has issued on immigration. Know that we firmly believe that an international community is essential to educating the brightest, solving critical global problems, reducing international tension, and facilitating empathy and leadership across nations.
The White House issued a Presidential Proclamation on May 29 suspending the entry of certain graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from China. We have limited details. We know that consular officers will be assessing visa applications to determine if applicants are or have been affiliated with an institution connected to China’s Military Civil Fusion (MCF) strategy. Read alert for more details.
Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding coronavirus. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) outlines steps to protect yourself from these scams.
Answers for Cornell's international community about university coronavirus actions, travel rules, maintaining your visa status, and more.
Cornell is working with campus partners, as well as local and state resources, to protect the health and well-being of the Cornell community.
Learn how to spot an email or phone scam. If you're a scam victim: find out how to get help fast.
Read the IRS's warnings about 2019's worst tax scams—so you don't fall for them next year!
President Pollack in CNN: "On America's campuses, a tightening net of government regulations is increasingly excluding some of the young minds our country needs most."
If you are a current student, scholar, or staff member traveling abroad and you are not permitted to return to the United States or have urgent immigration questions, call the Cornell Police at +1 607 255-1111.