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Cornell University recently expanded the faculty and staff CU ID card transit benefit to provide any time, unlimited access to all TCAT buses in Tompkins County (normally $1.50 a...
F&CS has upgraded the electric vehicle chargers in both the Forest Home and Hoy Road parking garages. The Forest Home Parking Garage now features three (3) Level Two ChargePoint chargers with dual ports (a total of...
The annual campus-wide steam shutdown allows essential maintenance work to be performed on the steam distribution system and at the Central Heating Plant. This year the steam will be turned off beginning at 5 a.m....
Cornell’s 2019 construction season promises to be a busy one and a long one as well. A number of small projects slated to begin this spring and summer, along with the anticipated start of the
For the past several years, Cornell has quietly assisted thousands of area residents with cancer by providing free transportation to and from NYC on the Campus-to-Campus bus. This allows patients (and a companion) to...
Rick Burgess, Vice President for Facilities and Campus Services, recently announced that Keith Barton will serve as the Associate Vice President for Facilities Management and Contract College Facilities. A Cornell...
Save the date for Cornell’s annual waste reduction competition, competing against other Universities across the U.S. Check
Before leaving campus for winter break, please remember to reduce campus energy usage in your office, common areas, labs, residential rooms and spaces by following the simple steps listed
Complete to reduce energy... Completion Dates: Monday, October 22nd - Friday, December 7th, 2018 Energy Smackdown: You look like a million kilowatt hours Can we reach a million?! Cornell is getting energized for its...
Come share your thoughts about Campus Parking and CIrculation! Cornell University is conducting a campus-wide open house to gather input from the campus community that will inform the Cornell University...