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Is there a separate application process for adult students and veterans?

Adult students and veterans don’t apply for undergraduate admission through a separate pathway at Cornell. Depending on their academic history, they follow the traditional pathway for [first-year][1] (never matriculated at a college and earned fewer than 12 credits after high school) or [transfer][2] applicants. We re…

Does Cornell offer credits for military training?

While all potential transfer credits are independently evaluated by the undergraduate college/school that offers a student admission, Cornell is not typically able to award credits for military training experiences.

Does Cornell participate in the Yellow Ribbon program?

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Program is a provision of the Post-9/11 Veterans Educational Assistance Improvement Act of 2010. Cornell University participates in the Yellow Ribbon program for an unlimited number of eligible undergraduate students, and a limited number of eligible graduate and professional…

What resources does Cornell offer for veterans?

Cornell has a strong military/veteran community and offers a variety of resources specifically for veterans and students currently serving in the military, including: * a full-time [Student Veterans Advisor][1] * a dedicated [Veteran Admissions][2] representative to answer questions and provide support for prospe…

Does Cornell offer a fee waiver for veterans?

Cornell provides application fee waivers for veterans and current members of the military upon request. Please email [[email protected]][1] to request an application fee waiver. Note—do not pay the application fee if requesting a waiver, as the fee is non-refundable. [1]: mailto:[email protected]

Does Cornell offer ROTC?

Educating military leaders at Cornell has been a tradition since the university was founded, and Cornell formally established a ROTC (Reserve Officer Training Corps) unit in 1917. Today, Cornellians can participate in Army, Navy/Marine Corps, and Air Force ROTC units. To learn more about our military training and edu…

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