• Cornell College honored for service

    Cornell College has been named to the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, which recognizes schools that offer the best community service programs in the nation. Read More

  • Students performing service over winter break

    Fourteen Cornell College students will be spending part of their winter break performing community service in Xela, Guatemala. The trip marks the first time students are participating in an international service trip over winter break. Read More

  • A look at Alternative Spring Break 2014

    More than 100 students spent Cornell College's Spring Break serving others. They worked on urban farms, helped to rehabilitate animals, learned about activism, helped to mitigate poverty, and more. Read More

  • Alumnus optimistic after Iran agreement

    Derek Johnson ’04, executive director at Global Zero, published an editorial in the Huffington Post where he expresses optimism that the recent nuclear deal with Iran could mean real progress toward global nuclear disarmament. Read More

  • Peacemaking After Deadly Conflict

    David Zarembka will be presenting Peacemaking After Deadly Conflict at Zamora's Market Friday, Oct. 25 at 5:30 p.m. He has 49 years of involvement in the Great Lakes region as he first worked in the area in 1964 when he taught Rwandan refugees in now Tanzania. Since 1998, he has been the coordinator of the African Great Lakes Initiative of the Friends Peace Teams, a Quaker organization that promotes peacemaking activities with local groups in the region. Read More

  • 19th annual service day Aug. 31

    More than 300 students will work at 21 sites around the region as part of Cornell College's 19th annual Service Day— part of the college's New Student Orientation program. Read More

  • Students make impacts during Spring Break

    This year’s Alternative Spring Break project was the largest yet, with 92 students traveling to seven locations around the U.S., ranging from the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota, to Elm Mott, Texas, to Chicago and Atlanta. Read More