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Does Cornell accept a paper application?

Cornell uses the [Common Application (CA)][1], which can be completed and submitted online. Applicants who are unable to submit their application online may send a paper copy of their application materials by following [our instructions for mailing application materials][2]. [1]: http://www.commonapp.org/ [2]: …

How do I apply?

First-year and transfer students can apply via the [Common Application (CA)][1], which can be completed and submitted online. Cornell also requires a [Writing Supplement][2]. The Cornell undergraduate college or school a student applies to **may** have additional requirements, such as a personal interview, a portfolio…

Does Cornell require a personal statement?

Students can apply using the [Common Application (CA)][1], which can be completed and submitted online. A personal essay, sometimes referred to as the "personal statement," is part of the application. Cornell also requires a shorter essay that is related to the specific Cornell college or school a student applies to. …

Can I apply to Cornell using the Coalition Application?

Cornell University does not accept the Coalition Application. Prospective students may use the [Common Application][1] to apply for admission. [1]: http://www.commonapp.org/

How do I correct an error on my application?

If a student detects an error in their application after it has been submitted, they can write a brief statement explaining the error and providing the corrected information. Applicants can upload their statement on Cornell's [Supplemental Materials][1] website, and it will be added to their application file. Please …

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