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As an admitted student, where do I indicate where I want to live?

As an enrolling student, you will not rank residence halls by preference, but you will specify whether you want to live in a program house or residence hall and indicate **room type** preferences. Housing staff will assign the residence hall taking into consideration the preferences you indicate.

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 do I view my Financial Aid decision?

If you have been notified that your financial aid decision is available for online viewing, you can access that information here: [https://finaid.cornell.edu/view-financial-aid-decision-0][1]. [1]: https://finaid.cornell.edu/view-financial-aid-decision-0

As an admitted student, how do I sign up for housing?

After you submit your enrollment deposit and receive your Cornell NetID, you can sign up for housing through the Housing Portal. The deadline is **Sunday, May 15, 2022**. More information will be coming from our Housing Office, so please be sure to check your email. Housing is guaranteed for first-year students.

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.

What is CUontheHill?

CUontheHill is Cornell’s private admitted student network. Admitted students to the incoming class will receive an invitation to join the network after being offered admission to Cornell. On CUontheHill, students can connect with members of the Cornell community: current students, staff, faculty and alumni.

Can I appeal my financial aid offer?

Cornell University releases financial aid offers that best reflect the information submitted in the financial aid application. If the information you provided in your financial aid application has changed or if the information was submitted incorrectly, you may submit an appeal. Please be prepared to provide documenta…

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