The connections made within Statler Hall and the Statler Hotel are long-lasting. Hotelies continue to lift each other up long after the tassels are turned, as they collectively break barriers within the hospitality industry.
Wherever your journey takes you, the Cornell Nolan School’s alumni network will always make you feel at home—after all, we’re known for hospitality. As a Hotelie, you’re part of an exceptional community that starts before orientation and continues beyond your 50th Reunion.
Nolan School Alumni: Continuing a Culture of Hospitality
Nolan School alumni are a living example of the life is service motto at the school. These esteemed alumni are business leaders, hospitality innovators, and compassionate managers. Their industry connections keep the school at the hub of the hospitality ecosystem and propel current students to success.
16,141Nolan School Alumni
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75%Of Cornell ‘22 graduates were in the top 10% of their high school class
2Alumni advisory councils help shape the Nolan School’s future
#2Hospitality School by CEOWORLD Magazine
Nolan School Alumni Events
Business never stops, and neither do Nolan School events, which feature faculty, alumni, and industry experts. Attend an in-person or online event to keep your pulse on the school, industry happenings, and network with fellow alumni and potential future colleagues, our amazing current students.
Connect and Reconnect: Nolan School Alumni Directory
A strong network is a business superpower. Connect and reconnect with your fellow Hotelies via CornellConnect. Through this Cornell platform, you can connect with Hotelies and alumni from across the university.
Your education prepared you well for your professional success. Find future coworkers who are just as well-prepared and eager to live a life of service through the Career Management Center (CMC). The CMC can assist you in finding the right fit to round out your team with full-time hires or student interns.
Successful careers are not built alone.Odds are you had a mentor or two that helped you along your professional journey. Becoming a Nolan School mentor allows you to be that for someone earlier in their career. You might just find you learn from your mentee as well! Mentorship opportunities within the Nolan School are varied and can take the traditional one-on-one route or include group mentoring sessions. Visit CUeLINKS to start your mentorship journey.
Continue Your Education withAlumni Learning Opportunities at the Nolan School
Develop your skills and continue learning. You can access Cornell University content, earn a certificate, take a course, or visit the Nolan School on campus for professional development programs.
As a Hotelie, your Cornell NetID and password grant you access to live and on-demand programming from the Nolan School, the college, and the university. Peruse the varied content from podcasts and project demos to keynotes and concerts. ACCESS CONTENT
Through eCornell, you can access more than 170 programs. Explore hospitality digital marketing? Want to dive into negotiation mastery? Learn how to build a more inclusive workplace? Whatever you wish to learn, Cornell alumni receive a special rate.
Supporting Alumni: Career Services and Professional Support
Career support for Hotelies doesn’t end at graduation. Nolan School alumni continue to have access to career tools and resources offered through the school. Resources are available to assist Hotelies looking to earn a promotion, experiencing a mid-career transition, or relocating and needing a new professional network, the Nolan School can help.
Online Resources and Career Coaching
Access online career resources and one-on-one consultations with Nolan School alumni career coaches.
Staying up to date with campus is made easier through Nolan School-related content. Stories about how Nolan School alumni, students, and faculty are living their life of service can be enjoyed in many forms, from features on BusinessFeed to student-produced podcasts.
Cornell Nolan School on Youtube
Explore what’s happening with the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business through the college’s YouTube channel.