Disability Information David Feathers giving a class lecture

Ergonomics professor David Feathers teaches a course on universal design and accessibility

Information for Visitors

accessibility map

Use our online accessibility map to find accessible routes, entrances and parking at Cornell.

Joel Malina

Welcome to Cornell University—a private university, the land-grant institution for New York State, and the largest member of the Ivy League.

As host to thousands of visitors every year, Cornell is committed to inclusion and ensuring that our guests with disabilities have full access to our programs, activities, and facilities. We are continually examining and improving our infrastructure--from parking facilities and building entrances to emergency protocols and classroom technologies--so that all our visitors enjoy their time here.

If you are planning to visit Cornell and have questions about accessibility, please contact the department or organization in charge of your visit or event. If you encounter a problem while visiting, or have suggestions on how we might improve our disability access, we would like to know about it. Please click on the "Contact Us" link that appears on each of our disability access pages.

We look forward to your visit.

Joel M. Malina
Vice President of University Relations