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Do Cornell AAP students have the opportunity to participate in research?

Yes! Our students conduct research individually and some work with faculty across the university. A current BFA student is passionate about politics and researches our current political climate to make artwork that can impact those who view it. A current urban and regional studies student has research interests in Af…

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…

What research opportunities are available at Cornell?

As a world-renowned research university, Cornell is committed to providing undergraduate students with research opportunities. Research is not limited to the sciences and is available across all academic departments. Some students begin doing research during their first year at Cornell. There are both individual and t…

Does Cornell offer a Study Abroad program?

Cornell University has always had a [global outlook][1] and offers programs for study abroad and international experiential learning in over 40 countries. Students may choose to study abroad at a university, conduct research or fieldwork, engage in service learning, or participate in an internship. In addition, Cornel…

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