To Do List

The following items have summer deadlines.  Please ensure that you complete and submit any necessary forms to the appropriate contact person by the deadline. 

Deadlines

Form

Description

June 14 Health History Form

There are a number of steps involved in completing the Health History Form, and the process may take several weeks to complete. Plan ahead and read the requirements carefully.  Login to mycornellhealth with your net id to complete the forms.  More information can be found here:

https://health.cornell.edu/getcare/healthrequirements/undergrad-grad-prof

Cornell Health Office
Phone: 607 255-4364 or 6951 

June 15 Federal Loan Application

Complete this Federal Loan Application if you wish to borrow loans.

July 8 Meet The Class of 2023 Survey

Click on the link to the left to complete the Meet the Class Survey and attach a photo.  The photo will be cropped into a small square.  You can submit any photo, but headshots work best.

vet_sas@cornell.edu 

July 15 Cornell Identification (ID) Card request form due  (photo is needed) Students who meet this deadline can pick up their student ID’s from the Office of Student and Academic Services, S2009 Schurman Hall on August 15, 2019. If you do not pre-apply for a student ID, you will experience a delay in receiving your ID card and will need to go to Day Hall to pick it up after August 28. For more information visit the Registrar page.  The link to the ID request is on the Graduate and Professional To Do List

July 31

Student Health Plan Appeals Application
 

All graduate and professional students will be enrolled automatically in Cornell’s Student Health Plan (SHP).  The 2019-2020 SHP plan year will run from August 1, 2019-July 31, 2020.  Click here to see rates and details.  Only those students who demonstrate coverage by another insurance policy that meets Cornell’s requirements will be allowed to appeal the charge for the SHIP.  The appeals application deadline is July 31, 2019. An appeals application will be available June 20, 2019.  September 30, 2019 is the deadline to choose to pay in monthly installments (with a small service charge). See the enclosures in your July bursar bill or this website for further details: https://studenthealthbenefits.cornell.edu/health-plans/shp

August 1 Introduction to Animal Use (Online)

Please access the course at:  https://researchservices.cornell.edu/training/iacuc-education-and-training

  1. Click on Access Online Training
  2. At the left side of the ALL homepage, select the heading “Tracks” 
  3. Select the subheading “Cornell University
  4. Select “Module 1 - Introduction to the Care and Use of Animals for Research, Teaching and Testing
August 1 Emergency Contact Form All students must complete the Emergency Contact Form. Please click the link and complete the form. Oonce you have signed it, the form will automatically be sent to us. 
August 1 Financial Aid Recipients

Sign Online Master Promissory Note and Complete Entrance Counseling

William D. Ford Federal Direct Loans

For both Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans and PLUS loans, go to www.studentloans.gov.
1.            Sign in using your FSA ID and password.
2.            Complete Entrance Counseling.
3.            Complete Direct Subsidized/ Unsubsidized and PLUS Loan Master Promissory Note (MPN).
Note: You must complete both the MPN and the Entrance Counseling.  Your loan(s) will not be disbursed until both are completed. 

Health Professions loans

You will receive an email from our student loan servicer Heartland ECSI webmaster@ecsi.net with instructions for completing the promissory note and required disclosures. Make sure to check your SPAM folder to ensure that it has not been misdirected

Direct Deposit
If you are receiving financial aid and expect a refund for your living expenses, it is highly recommended that you sign up for Direct Deposit to expedite your refund. Fall refunds are issued in the last two weeks of August and if you are not signed up for Direct Deposit, you will need to pick up a check in the Bursar’s Office at 260 Day Hall. https://www.dfa.cornell.edu/bursar/students-parents/deposit-refunds

August 7 Bursar Bill Take care of all your financial obligations to the University by August 7. Fall tuition must either be paid in full from your own resources, or you must have accepted sufficient financial aid to cover tuition and fees, and promptly submitted all supporting documentation requested, so the estimated amount appears on the Bursar System.

August 8

Immunizations

(Rabies vaccinations available here during orientation)

https://health.cornell.edu/getcare/healthrequirements/undergrad-grad-prof

Cornell Health
607-255-4364
immunization@cornell.edu

August 13 Online Safety Training Complete the CVM Laboratory Safety and Formaldehyde Awareness online course before your first lab on August 20th.  If you have any questions or issues with the link you can reach out to CULearn@cornell.edu
August 13 View "Not Anymore" Program

Available After July 1st
Cornell University is committed to providing a safe, inclusive, and respectful learning, living, and working environment for its students, faculty, and staff members. All incoming graduate and professional students are required to view Not Anymore, an online interpersonal violence prevention program from Student Success™.

This video-based program, which takes approximately 40 minutes to complete, will provide critical information about sexual harassment, sexual assault, dating and domestic violence, stalking, gender discrimination and bystander intervention options.

Commuter and Parking Service Form for Vehicle Permits

Beginning August 1, students can register their vehicle (required; free) and purchase a parking permit (optional; price varies) for their residential area or a commuter lot prior to their arrival. Information can be found at myparking.cornell.edu. You can contact transportation with any questions at transportation@cornell.edu or by calling 607-255-4600.

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