All members of the Cornell University community have a responsibility to report known or suspected financial irregularities. Reporting must be handled in a confidential manner by all parties. Decisions on disciplinary action should be made with due regard for appropriateness and consistency.
Cornell University, through its operating units, generates income as a result of sponsored projects or federal appropriations. It is the responsibility of each operating unit to use, account for, and report such program income properly.
Cornell University acquires, records, inventories, maintains, and disposes of capital assets. Each operating unit is responsible for following university procedures to achieve accurate capital asset reporting and compliance with government requirements.
Cornell University’s Board of Trustees, based on recommendations of the Provost in consultation with the college deans, assigns each graduate field and degree program a specific tuition rate to ensure equitable treatment of students and respond appropriately to market forces.
Cornell University Weill Cornell Medical College (the "College") allows the bestowal of gifts and awards to recognize employees for outstanding work-related achievements, significant contributions, or major milestones, such as promotion or retirement.