Cornell University

Health Promoting Campus

Cornell University's commitment: People. Places. Planet.

Health Promoting Campus

As a Health Promoting Campus, our vision is to create and sustain a diverse, welcoming, and inclusive culture in which students, staff, and faculty can flourish. This culture is supportive of holistic individual, social, and ecological wellbeing. Read more about Cornell's Wellbeing Vision and Mission.

President Pollack talks about the Okanagan Charter

About the Okanagan Charter

President Pollack and other university leaders discuss what signing the Okanagan Charter means for Cornell. 

Christine Lovely on "What Wellbeing Means" to me

Being a Health Promoting Campus

Cornell staff and faculty discuss what it means to prioritize health and wellbeing.

Aaron King

Importance of community & belonging

Discussion of how a sense of community and belonging shapes the experience of Cornell.

Hands holding necklace showing beaded turtle design

Indigenous alum teaches through stories

Perry Ground '91 performs traditional stories of the Haudenosaunee around the world, bringing them into a modern setting that is accessible and understandable to new listeners.

Three people sit in Japanese garden

Relax & unwind in our Japanese garden

The Morgan Garden, located at the Johnson Art Museum, is a living abstraction of the story of the Three Laughers of the Tiger Glen.

Abstract photo of rusty bicycles and people in boats

How humanists can fight climate change

Can humanities scholars stave off environmental collapse? College of Arts and Sciences professor Caroline Levine, argues humanists have an important role to play in the current political struggle.