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Can admitted students meet with professors individually?

At this time we are not able to offer an opportunity to meet with professors individually as part of our on-campus events for students admitted via Regular Decision on April 16 and 23. We encourage new students to connect with their college community through CUontheHill.

Are in-person campus visits available to admitted students?

In addition to our robust online admitted student programming,** on-campus events for students admitted in Regular Decision** will be offered on Saturday, April 16, and Saturday, April 23. The three-hour program for each date includes a student panel, a campus tour, and a “meet and greet” with your college/school. Kee…

Is there a library on campus?

The Cornell University Library is one of the ten largest academic research libraries in the country. Cornell also has subject-specific libraries. To learn more about the libraries and other study spots on campus, please visit Cornell's [Study Spots][1] website. [1]: https://admissions.cornell.edu/learn/study-spots…

How big is Cornell's campus?

Cornell’s 2,300 hundred acre campus is located in [Ithaca, New York][1], a vibrant college town in the Finger Lakes region of central New York State. Ithaca is home to a wide array of bookstores, shops, restaurants, and cultural activities (even professional opera and ballet companies). On campus, you’ll find academic…

Where is Cornell located?

Cornell’s 2,300 acre campus is located in [Ithaca, New York][1], a vibrant college town in the Finger Lakes region of central New York State. Situated at the southern end of 38-mile long Cayuga Lake, Ithaca is home to a wide array of bookstores, shops, restaurants, and cultural activities (even professional opera and …

What is it like living in Ithaca?

[Ithaca, NY][1] is a small, vibrant college town situated on the southern end of 38-mile long Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes region of central New York State. Ithaca is home to a wide array of bookstores, shops, restaurants, and cultural activities (even professional opera and ballet companies), with nearby wineries,…

How far is Cornell from New York City?

Cornell is an approximate four hour drive from New York City (in light traffic). The campus is located in Ithaca, New York, in the heart of the beautiful Finger Lakes region of New York state. Cornell is about an hour north of Binghamton, an hour south of Syracuse, and three hours from Niagara Falls. For students who …

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