Office of the Student Advocate
Cornell University Student Assembly
ABOUT CORNELL STUDENT ASSEMBLY OFFICE OF THE STUDENT ADVOCATE
The Cornell Student Assembly Office of the Student Advocate is made up of undergraduate students acting as caseworkers in different fields to personally connect students to resources dedicated to resolving issues including, but not limited to conduct violations, grade disputes, enrollment issues, financial aid problems, residency concerns, discrimination and harassment.
Disclaimer: This organization is a registered student organization of Cornell University. The Cornell Student Assembly Office of the Student Advocate is available as a point of contact to help students navigate Cornell's bureaucracy by providing a connection to departments and resources but does not guarantee any results. We do not provide legal advice of any kind, but rather connect students to resources or departments on and off campus. We uphold confidentiality in every case.
We are a group of students appointed to serve Cornell undergraduates and assist them in navigating any problem or concern at Cornell.
The Cornell Student Assembly Office of the Student Advocate helps to navigate the Cornell processes to handle any issue you might have, including but not limited to academic, health, conduct, housing, and financial concerns.
The Cornell Student Assembly Office of the Student Advocate has compiled a list of University resources to help students better understand which office might help them.
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