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Is Cornell a two-year or four-year institution?

Cornell University is a four-year institution offering nearly [80 majors][1], 100 academic departments, and more than 4,000 courses of study. Cornell is both a privately endowed research university and the federal land-grant institution in New York State. We have a responsibility - unique within the Ivy League - to ma…

Does Cornell have articulation agreements with any two-year colleges?

Two of Cornell's undergraduate colleges, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) and the College of Human Ecology, have developed articulation agreements with two-year colleges. Generally speaking, the agreements outline what transfer students need to do in order to prepare for transfer to Cornell. This in…

Does Cornell prefer transfer applicants from certain colleges or types of colleges?

Generally speaking, Cornell has no preferences regarding the institution from which a student transfers. With that noted, about a quarter of the transfer students come from community colleges. As applications are reviewed, the most important factors considered include: * ability to articulate interest in a particu…

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