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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…

How can I meet with an admissions counselor from the College of Arts and Sciences if I visit?

To preserve the impartiality of the admissions process, Arts & Sciences Admissions does not schedule appointments or meet individually with prospective students, families, or advocates visiting campus. Please note that Cornell does not track demonstrated interest.

Does Cornell offer online information sessions or virtual tours?

One of the best ways to learn about Cornell University is to check out our [Virtual Visit][1]! Watch an online information session, [meet our incredible students][2], learn more about Cornell’s unique undergraduate [colleges and schools][3], and see the scenic beauty of our campus and the Finger Lakes. [1]: http:/…

How do I arrange for a campus tour?

At this time, Cornell University encourages prospective students, their families, and advocates to [meet virtually][1] through live sessions and recordings posted on our websites. Cornell has experienced great success with virtual outreach, bringing information and connection to students all around the world, and expe…

Does Cornell give preference to applicants who have demonstrated their interest by calling, emailing, or visiting the university?

No. Cornell does not track or consider "demonstrated interest" in the admission process. Of course, we encourage prospective students to learn about the university. Exploring our [Virtual Visit][1] website, [joining our mailing list][2], and [connecting with us on social media][3] are all good ways to learn about Corn…

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