Colleges Cornell University

Cornell University

Deadlines

Fall 2019
Upcoming Deadline


Nov
01
11/01/2018
Nov
01
Early Decision I
Jan
02
01/02/2019
Jan
02
Regular Decision I

Application Requirements

First Year
UCA Essay Required
Supplement Hand-in-Hand
You must submit BOTH the application and supplement to Hand-in-Hand colleges before you will be considered an applicant and your application is processed.
First Year Supplement: Required
Application Fee
Domestic: $80
International: $80
Required Forms
Instructor Recommendation: 2
School Report: 1
Midyear Report: 1
Final Report: 1
Early Decision Agreement: 1
Optional Forms
First Marking Period Report: 1
Required Tests
Cornell University requires freshman applicants to submit either all SAT or all ACT scores. Please note that Cornell does not participate in the College Board’s Score Choice. Applicants who decide to submit both the SAT and ACT to meet testing requirements must submit all scores for both tests. In addition, each undergraduate college/school at Cornell has specific requirements for SAT Subject Tests. See requirements at https://admissions.cornell.edu/standardized-testing-requirements.

International freshman and transfer applicants for whom English is not the first language must submit a TOEFL or IELTS score.
Application Notes
Cornell University’s Equal Education and Employment Opportunity Statement
Cornell University has an enduring commitment to support equality of education and employment opportunity by affirming the value of diversity and by promoting an environment free from discrimination.
Association with Cornell, either as a student, faculty, or staff member, involves participation in a free community where all people are recognized and rewarded on the basis of individual performance rather than personal convictions, appearance, preferences (including sexual or affectional orientation), or happenstance of birth.
Cornell University's history of diversity and inclusion encourages all students, faculty and staff to support a diverse and inclusive university in which to work, study, teach, research and serve.
No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, marital status, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status. Cornell University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Concerns and complaints related to equal opportunity in education and in employment based on aspects of diversity protected under federal, state, and local law should be directed to Angela Winfield, Director of Inclusion & Workforce Diversity; 150 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853; 607-255-3976. Questions or complaints arising under Title IX should be directed to Sarah Affel; 150 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853; 607-255-2242; titleix@cornell.edu. Inquiries may also be directed to: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights; 32 Old Slip 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500; 646-428-3800; OCR.NewYork@ed.gov.
Cornell University is committed to assisting those persons with disabilities who have special needs related to their educational pursuit or employment. Information on services provided to prospective and current Cornell students with disabilities can be obtained by contacting: Student Disability Services, Cornell Health, Level 5, Ithaca, New York 14853-6601; 607-254-4545. Prospective employees in need of a workplace accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act or New York state law should contact: Workforce Policy and Labor Relations, 391 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850; 607-254-7232; equalopportunity@cornell.edu. Current employees in need of a workplace accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act or New York state law should contact: Medical Leaves Administration, Suite 102, 395 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850; 607-255-1177; benefits@cornell.edu.

Cornell University UCA Candidate Affirmation
By using the Universal College Application, the candidate:
1. Authorizes all of the schools you attend/have attended to provide all requested records and allow review of your application for the admission process chosen on this application.
2. Certifies that all information (including but not limited to any supplemental information) and essays in this application are factually true, honestly presented, that you are the person submitting this application, and that all essays are your original work(s) of authorship.
3. Confirms that: (a) you have read and understand this institution’s instructions for applying (b) you understand that you are required to promptly notify this institution if any of the information submitted in an application changes or otherwise becomes inaccurate or incomplete (including, for example, any disciplinary actions); (c) you agree that your application and any related documents, upon submission, will be the property of this institution and will not be returned; and (d) you agree that if you remit an enrollment deposit to this institution you will not remit an enrollment deposit to another institution, unless you have been admitted from a waitlist and have informed us that you will not be enrolling.
4. Further confirms that you are aware, understand, and acknowledge that: (a) All admission offers are conditional and may be dependent upon multiple factors including, for example: proof of previous work quality, honorable discharge from the school you are attending/attended, and receipt/evaluation of your final transcripts; (b) Applications that have been submitted may only be modified or updated by contacting this institution directly; and (c) Disciplinary action may be taken if any of the information you submit in an application to this institution is shown to be false; such action may include any or all of the following at the institution’s discretion: revocation of your application, course credits, and/or grades; expulsion; and/or revocation of any diplomas awarded; and (d) making an enrollment deposit to more than one institution could lead to the withdrawal of any admission offer from this institution and/or other institutions.

Deadlines

Spring 2019
Upcoming Deadline


Oct
15
10/15/2018
Oct
15
Transfer

Fall 2019
Upcoming Deadline


Mar
15
03/15/2019
Mar
15
Transfer

Application Requirements

Transfer
UCA Essay Required
Supplement Hand-in-Hand
You must submit BOTH the application and supplement to Hand-in-Hand colleges before you will be considered an applicant and your application is processed.
Transfer Supplement: Required
Application Fee
Domestic: $80
International: $80
Required Forms
Professor Recommendation: 1
College Report: 1
Optional Forms
Professor Recommendation: 1
Required Tests
If you have previously taken the SAT or ACT, you should have an official score report sent to Cornell by the testing agency. It is not necessary to take the SAT or ACT if you have not previously done so.

International freshman and transfer applicants for whom English is not the first language must submit a TOEFL or IELTS score.
Application Notes
Transfer applicants must also submit the Transfer Mid-Term Report.

Cornell University’s Equal Education and Employment Opportunity Statement
Cornell University has an enduring commitment to support equality of education and employment opportunity by affirming the value of diversity and by promoting an environment free from discrimination.
Association with Cornell, either as a student, faculty, or staff member, involves participation in a free community where all people are recognized and rewarded on the basis of individual performance rather than personal convictions, appearance, preferences (including sexual or affectional orientation), or happenstance of birth.
Cornell University's history of diversity and inclusion encourages all students, faculty and staff to support a diverse and inclusive university in which to work, study, teach, research and serve.
No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity or be denied employment on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving, but not limited to, such factors as race, color, creed, religion, national or ethnic origin, marital status, citizenship, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, or protected veteran status. Cornell University is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.
Concerns and complaints related to equal opportunity in education and in employment based on aspects of diversity protected under federal, state, and local law should be directed to Angela Winfield, Director of Inclusion & Workforce Diversity; 150 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853; 607-255-3976. Questions or complaints arising under Title IX should be directed to Sarah Affel; 150 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853; 607-255-2242; titleix@cornell.edu. Inquiries may also be directed to: U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights; 32 Old Slip 26th Floor, New York, NY 10005-2500; 646-428-3800; OCR.NewYork@ed.gov.
Cornell University is committed to assisting those persons with disabilities who have special needs related to their educational pursuit or employment. Information on services provided to prospective and current Cornell students with disabilities can be obtained by contacting: Student Disability Services, Cornell Health, Level 5, Ithaca, New York 14853-6601; 607-254-4545. Prospective employees in need of a workplace accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act or New York state law should contact: Workforce Policy and Labor Relations, 391 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850; 607-254-7232; equalopportunity@cornell.edu. Current employees in need of a workplace accommodation pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act or New York state law should contact: Medical Leaves Administration, Suite 102, 395 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850; 607-255-1177; benefits@cornell.edu.

Cornell University UCA Candidate Affirmation
By using the Universal College Application, the candidate:
1. Authorizes all of the schools you attend/have attended to provide all requested records and allow review of your application for the admission process chosen on this application.
2. Certifies that all information (including but not limited to any supplemental information) and essays in this application are factually true, honestly presented, that you are the person submitting this application, and that all essays are your original work(s) of authorship.
3. Confirms that: (a) you have read and understand this institution’s instructions for applying (b) you understand that you are required to promptly notify this institution if any of the information submitted in an application changes or otherwise becomes inaccurate or incomplete (including, for example, any disciplinary actions); (c) you agree that your application and any related documents, upon submission, will be the property of this institution and will not be returned; and (d) you agree that if you remit an enrollment deposit to this institution you will not remit an enrollment deposit to another institution, unless you have been admitted from a waitlist and have informed us that you will not be enrolling.
4. Further confirms that you are aware, understand, and acknowledge that: (a) All admission offers are conditional and may be dependent upon multiple factors including, for example: proof of previous work quality, honorable discharge from the school you are attending/attended, and receipt/evaluation of your final transcripts; (b) Applications that have been submitted may only be modified or updated by contacting this institution directly; and (c) Disciplinary action may be taken if any of the information you submit in an application to this institution is shown to be false; such action may include any or all of the following at the institution’s discretion: revocation of your application, course credits, and/or grades; expulsion; and/or revocation of any diplomas awarded; and (d) making an enrollment deposit to more than one institution could lead to the withdrawal of any admission offer from this institution and/or other institutions.

Available Majors

Africana Studies Agricultural Sciences American Studies Animal Science Anthropology Applied Economics and Management Archaeology Architecture Asian Studies Astronomy Atmospheric Science Biological Engineering Biological Sciences Biology and Society Biomedical Engineering Biometry & Statistics Chemical Engineering Chemistry and Chemical Biology China and Asia-Pacific Studies Civil Engineering Classics (Greek, Latin) College Scholar/Independent Major Communication Comparative Literature Computer Science Design and Environmental Analysis Development Sociology Economics Electrical and Computer Engineering Engineering Physics English Entomology Environmental and Sustainability Sciences Environmental Engineering Fashion Design and Management Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Fiber Science Fine Arts Food Science French German German (literature and culture) German Area Studies Global and Public Health Sciences Government History History of Art Hotel Administration Human Biology, Health, and Society Human Development Independent Major Industrial and Labor Relations Information Science Information Science, Systems, and Technology International Agriculture and Rural Development Italian Landscape Architecture Linguistics Materials Science and Engineering Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Music Near Eastern Studies Nutritional Sciences Operations Research and Engineering Performing and Media Arts Philosophy Physics Plant Sciences Policy Analysis and Management Psychology Psychology  Religious Studies Science and Technology Studies Science of Earth Systems Sociology Sociology  Spanish Spanish  Statistical Science Undecided Urban and Regional Studies Viticulture and Enology
Cornell University
Undergraduate Admissions Office
410 Thurston Avenue
Ithaca, NY 14850

Phone
607.255.5241