Spring 2021 Guide and COVID-19 information

Institute for Civic Engagement

AlexCortland Cupboard
Student and Institute for Civic Engagement (ICE) Intern, Alexandra Cicero was instrumental in conceiving, launching, and establishing SUNY Cortland's first food pantry for students; the Cortland Cupboard. Students can discretely access food, toiletries, and other essential supplies at the Cupboard which is housed on campus in the basement of the Interfaith Center at 7 Calvert Street.

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Scholarship rewards civic engagement

Scholarship rewards civic engagement

Few have applied, yet five hefty $2,000 awards for 2020-21 expire Friday.


Blackout March for Justice to be held virtually

Blackout March for Justice to be held virtually

Webex event unites students, faculty, and community members against racial injustice.


Join post-debate discussions online

Join post-debate discussions online

A Webex series invites students to analyze the debates and America’s future.


Cortland Cupboard is open and more available

Cortland Cupboard is open and more available

The food pantry added technology to safeguard students during the pandemic.


Roundtable forecasts presidential election

Roundtable forecasts presidential election

Presidential scholar Robert J. Spitzer will analyze 2020 result scenarios.