One-quarter of Industrial and Labor Relations students identify as Black/African American, Latino/a, Asian/Asian American, Native American or have multi-racial backgrounds. ILR is a small school of about 900 undergraduates within Cornell University. You will have the benefits of a small, close-knit, multicultural community in ILR while enjoying the many advantages of Cornell's broad scope of courses, organizations, and facilities.
The School of Industrial and Labor Relations values diversity and is responsive to the unique social, academic, and cultural contributions and needs of minority students. We are committed to providing you with support that will enhance your academic achievement, career development, and personal growth. To this end the ILR School has developed many programs and services to make your years at Cornell successful and enjoyable.
Brittanian K. Gamble
101 Ives Hall