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How is New York State residency determined?

New York State (NYS) residency status is determined at the time of admission. To be eligible for NYS resident tuition, one must provide evidence of having a permanent residence in NYS for at least one year before attending Cornell. You can find more information on our [N.Y. State Residency][1] website. [1]: https:…

How can I qualify for New York State Resident Tuition?

Residency status is determined at the time of admission by the college admissions office. Change in residency status is determined by the University Bursar once a student has enrolled. Dependent students must have their parents establish a permanent New York State residence for 12 months to qualify. The Bursar’s Offic…

What does it mean that the College of Human Ecology is a “contract college” and how does that status affect applicants and Human Ecology students?

The College of Human Ecology, the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and the College of Veterinary Medicine have a unique relationship with New York State. As part of their mission, these units conduct education, research, and outreach services that are linked to th…

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