COVID-19 Information

To access resources related to COVID-19 classroom work or other concerns, check out the Cornell College COVID-19 web site and see the information below.

Office/Department What type of resources are available? Web site for more information (Can be Facebook Page, College website, or Instagram)
Academic Support & Advising Remote content tutors – Email Brooke Paulsen or Amy Robasse to be connected
Academic Support & Advising Short videos on adapting to online learning
Academic Support & Advising Zoom or phone appointments related to academic support and accommodations – Email Brooke Paulsen or Amy Robasse to set this up
CTL Strategies for Successfully Navigating an Online Course Strategies for Navigating Online Courses
CTL Writing Studio CTL Services
CTL Quantitative Reasoning Studio CTL Services
CTL Consulting Librarians–Library Research & Services CTL Services
CTL Academic Technology Studio CTL Services
Campus Safety Escorts to area medical appointments
Berry Career Institute Career Exploration/Job Search/Internship Advising Appointments BCI Website
Berry Career Institute Mock Interview Resource Free to students until June 30th. Logistics still being worked out
Berry Career Institute GoinGlobal -Job search/city resource search tool In Handshake under the resources tab
Berry Career Institute Recorded webinars for Seniors: Interviews, Salaries/Adulting 101 Budgeting BCI YouTube Playlist
Berry Career Institute Candid Career – Explore tutorials on getting hired and interviews with industry experts Access resource through BCI search resources page,
Spiritual Life Office/Well-Being Network Meditation and yoga videos Spiritual Life Page
Spirtual Life Office Pastoral or Spiritual Care appointments – email cquehl-engel to set a time
Counseling Center Information about appointments and other concerns is available on their website
Counseling Center Mental Health Resources – free (temporarily or permanently Google Doc

Job Opening!

The Health Center & The Counseling Center


Friendly, service-minded students for the 2020-2021 academic year!

Pick up an application at the front desk at the Health Center

Deadline to apply is March 20

Must qualify for Federal Work Study

The Spitfire Grill opens Thursday

February 27 – 29th @ 7:30 pm
March 1st @ 2:00 pm
Kimmel Stage
A mix of country, bluegrass and Broadway-style pop, The Spitfire Grill tells the story of Percy Talbot, who is just released from jail and travels to a town in Maine to look for a fresh start. Following her dreams, and a page from an old travel book, she finds a place for herself working at Hannah’s Spitfire Grill. The grill is for sale, but there are no takers for the only eatery in the depressed town, so Percy suggests that Hannah hold a raffle. Entry fees soon arrive as Percy finds romance, friendship and family at the Spitfire Grill.

Spring Break

Do you have questions about spending Spring Break on campus?

You can probably find the answer on our spring break web page or contact the Residence Life Office at