Cornell University is committed to overseeing the conduct of research in a manner that ensures the integrity of the research process and maintains the public trust and that of sponsors in the integrity and credibility of its faculty, its staff, and its research programs.
The following are non-standardized academic university policies that have not yet been through the official university policy development process. These policies remain official, and may complete the official process in
Cornell University requires that all units participate in the Cornell Police's Operation I.D. Portable property over $500 in value must be branded or engraved with the university-issued Operation I.D. number.
Cornell University prohibits the smoking or carrying of lighted cigars, cigarettes, or pipes in all indoor facilities, enclosed bus stops, and university-owned or controlled vehicles, except in special situations defined in this document.
Cornell University prohibits pets from university-controlled buildings, except for those animals that are specifically exempted by this policy. In addition, while on university-controlled property, animals must be attended and restrained at all times.
The following are non-standardized university policies related to facilities that have not yet been through the official university policy development process. These policies remain official, and are expected to complete the official process in time.
Cornell University appreciates and depends upon the generosity of alumni and friends to support its mission, programs, and purposes. Gifts must be solicited, accepted, processed, recorded, and acknowledged in a manner that protects the interests of both the institution and its donors.
Cornell University Weill Cornell Medical College (the "College") will reimburse necessary and reasonable travel and other business expenses. Authority and responsibility for approving travel and other business expenses rest with the person responsible for the account/activity to which the expens