Cornell University employs consistent procedures for notification and processing mass electronic mailings to the following constituencies: faculty, staff (academic and non-academic), students, and alumni.
Cornell University owns and operates its electronic mail (e-mail) infrastructure, which must be managed for the entire university community in a manner that preserves a level of privacy and confidentiality in accordance with relevant laws, regulations, and university policy.
Cornell University provides time away from work to eligible employees for a variety of reasons. Time away from work must be approved and recorded in a manner that protects the interests of both the institution and its employees.
Cornell University may change its operating status during and surrounding periods of inclement weather. At such times, the university has a prescribed method for evaluation and communication of these changes to university staff, faculty, and students.
Cornell University organizes, coordinates, and directs available resources toward an effective response to, and recovery from, any emergency. The effectiveness of this effort is dependent on the development of periodic review of comprehensive plans.
Cornell University requires that departments and units maintain control of all devices and systems that provide access to university facilities and vehicles. This includes possession, issuance of copies, and storage of keys and other access devices.