Cornell University uses its property and facilities, primarily, to further its mission of learning, discovery, and engagement. The university permits the use of its property and facilities for collaboration with industry or community, where such use is consistent with the university’s mission, its status as a tax-exempt educational institution, and with applicable university policies. Cornell has established procedures to ensure proper use of its property and facilities.
Your college or unit administrative office. For additional policy clarification, contact the Office of the Vice Provost for Research (Ithaca Locations and Cornell Tech), or the Office of the Senior Associate Dean for Research (Weill Cornell Medicine units).