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The major I'm interested in is offered in two different Cornell undergraduate colleges. What does this mean, and how do I choose the one that is right for me?

Cornell University offers [nearly 80 majors][1], and some of these majors are offered in two or more of [our undergraduate colleges][2]. The major requirements, faculty, and research opportunities will be the same regardless of which college you choose. However, the classes you take outside of your major and the non-m…

As an admitted student, can I change my college/school?

Newly admitted students may not change the college or school to which they were admitted before arriving in the fall.

How do I decide which college or school at Cornell would be best for me?

Cornell is home to several [undergraduate colleges and schools][1], each with its own faculty, academic requirements, and programs. We encourage applicants to explore each to see where they fit best. The best way for students to get started is to relate their academic strengths and interests to the degree requirements…

Which college or school at Cornell will offer me the best chance of admission?

Students applying to a particular Cornell college or school solely on the basis of its acceptance rate may find that the selection process works against them. During selection, all of the undergraduate colleges and schools carefully evaluate the "match" between an applicant's academic and personal interests and the pr…

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