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What varsity sports does Cornell offer?

As a member of the Ivy League, Cornell fields 37 varsity teams for both men and women. Many students turn out to cheer on the “Big Red,” taking part in a long tradition of school spirit. To learn more, please visit Cornell's [Varsity Sports][1] website. [1]: http://cornellbigred.com/#

Where can I find information about athletics at Cornell?

Cornell has a lot to offer when it comes to fitness and athletics. The university fields 37 varsity teams, one of the largest intramural sports programs in the country, and the most comprehensive collegiate outdoor education program in the country. Students have access to four fitness centers on campus as well. To le…

Is there a gym on campus?

There are four fitness centers located around the Cornell campus offering an extensive array of cardio and weight equipment and dozens of group exercise classes throughout the year. To learn more, please visit Cornell's [Recreation & Sports][1] website. [1]: http://admissions.cornell.edu/living/recreation

What intramural sports does Cornell offer?

Cornell is home to one of the largest intramural sports programs in the nation, with 30+ teams and leagues. Since the program is open to the entire university community, students may find faculty, and staff participating together. In addition, Cornell offers the most comprehensive collegiate outdoor education program …

For athletics, is Cornell Division 1?

Cornell University has an NCAA Division I athletics program in 37 varsity sports, and is a member of the Ivy League athletic conference. In addition, Cornell is home to one of the largest intramural sports programs in the country, and the most comprehensive collegiate outdoor education program in the United States. Yo…

What is Cornell's school mascot?

Officially, Cornell does not have a mascot. However, generations of Cornellians have come to know and love the Big Red Bear as Cornell’s unofficial mascot. Early in the school’s athletic history a bear took over as its most recognizable symbol. Named “Touchdown,” the first live Cornell bear appeared in 1915 during Cor…

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