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What resources does Cornell offer for veterans?

Cornell has a strong military/veteran community and offers a variety of resources specifically for veterans, including serving as a campus host for the [Warrior Scholar Project][1] and participating in the [Yellow Ribbon Program][2]. Feel free to check out the [Cornell Undergraduate Veterans Association FaceBook][3] p…

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

How do I obtain my IRS Tax Return Transcript?

The IRS transcript requirement will be waived if you are eligible to link IRS data to a new or corrected FAFSA, and do so using the “Link to the IRS” feature. **OR** Click [here][1] to order your IRS Tax Return Transcript. * Do NOT order the “IRS Tax Account Transcript” * Use the Social Security Number and date…

Where do I send a scholarship check?

**Undergraduate** Scholarship checks (originals, not copies) should be mailed directly to: Cornell University Office of Financial Aid & Student Employment Scholarship Division P.O. Box 752 Ithaca, New York 14851 **Professional** For professional schools, use the links below: [Johnson School of Management Fina…

How much are housing and dining plans?

Living on campus means being part of a friendly, diverse community, full of experiences and opportunities that expand far beyond your residence. This is one reason why nearly all first-year undergraduate students live in on-campus housing, and more than 800 graduate and professional students and their families choose …

How much loan am I eligible for?

**Undergraduate Students** Loan eligibility varies based on class year, the amount of loan that is already in your financial aid award, and any additional educational expenses that you have incurred. Please visit the [Loans section of the Financial Aid website][1] to learn more. **Graduate Students** Learn about g…

What is an FSA ID?

An FSA ID is a username and password used to access certain U.S. Department of Education websites, confirm your identity when accessing financial aid information, and electronically sign federal student aid documents, such as the FAFSA. More information about the FSA ID can be found [here][1]. [1]: https://studen…

How does financial aid change when I live off campus?

**Financial Aid for Living Off-Campus** The [cost of attendance][1] includes an allowance for housing equal to a standard double room on campus, regardless of whether a student receiving aid lives on campus. Your aid will not be any different whether you live on or off-campus. The major difference when living off-cam…

How do I become an independent student?

**Independent Status** A student admitted to Cornell as an undergraduate and a dependent student will remain as such for their undergraduate years at Cornell. Even if a student is considered independent for [federal student aid][1], Cornell may consider him or her to be a dependent of their parents when determining i…

What is federal verification?

Federal verification is a process to confirm information you provided on the FAFSA, along with information about your household and income or expenses. Students are randomly selected for federal verification at the time that they complete the FAFSA. Late submission of your federal verification materials can result in…

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