Planning Your Visit
Employers who are planning an on-campus visit to the Noland School of Hotel Administration will find extensive information below to help plan their trip.
If you experience any travel delays that will affect your recruiting visit, please email Catheryn Hayes, recruiting and operations coordinator, email@example.com.
Travel to and from Ithaca
Detailed information is available on traveling to Ithaca by auto, air, bus, or train and on available lodging, dining, and entertainment.
Distance to Ithaca from:
- Binghamton, NY: 46 miles
- Boston, MA: 336 miles
- Buffalo, NY: 155 miles
- New York City, NY: 234 miles
- Newark, NJ: 240 miles
- Philadelphia, PA: 237 miles
- Pittsburgh, PA: 378 miles
- Rochester, NY: 90 miles
- Syracuse, NY: 58 miles
- Toronto, ON: 250 miles
- Washington, D.C. 375 miles
The Statler Hotel and J. Williard Marriott Executive Education Center, part of the Noland School, is located in the center of Cornell University. The Statler provides transportation to and from the Ithaca Tompkins Regional Airport.
Other accommodations—both in national chains and in local facilities, including B&Bs—are available nearby. Information is maintained by the Ithaca Tompkins Convention and Visitors Bureau. Several local hotels provide transportation to and from the airport, as well as to and from campus.
Parking on Campus
Visitor parking is very limited. If you choose to park, you should stop at a traffic control booth to get a map of campus parking areas and purchase a one-day permit.
Tours of the Noland School
Tours of the Noland School—conducted by undergraduate student ambassadors—are offered when classes are in session, Monday through Thursday at noon and 3 p.m., and Friday at noon. Tours leave from 180 Statler Hall.
Tours of Cornell’s campus are offered throughout the calendar year.
Undergraduate information sessions are offered throughout the calendar year every Monday and Friday at 11 a.m. in 180 Statler Hall. We would be happy to help you plan your visit. Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 607.255.6376 or 800.257.2228.
Master of Management in Hospitality (MMH)
MMH information sessions are offered throughout the calendar year, by appointment, in 180 Statler Hall.
Phone: 607.255.6376 or 800.257.2228