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Cornell University

Ithaca, NY

300 Day Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853

http://www.cornell.edu

Cornell University is a private university located in Ithaca, NY. It is a very reputable college, ranking 19th in the country, with fiercely competitive admissions (11% acceptance rate). It is a larger sized university with full-time enrollment of 15,642 undergraduates. Cornell's most popular major is a Bachelor's degree in Biology, which accounts for 11% of students. Additional frequently preferred fields include Computer Science, which accounts for 9% of students, and Business (7%). It has a highly renowned agricultural sciences program, ranking first in America. What's more, Cornell placed 1st in NY according to our best early decision colleges and best test optional colleges lists. For those of you raised in New York, tuition costs $57,947 per year. Students residing in other states have to shell out $52,428 per year. That being said, a touch more than 3/5ths of Cornell students get at least some monetary support. 94% of Cornell University students complete their college education with a degree in hand, young and anticipating to find a fulfilling job. A couple years after college, alumni earn an average income of $64,800. After another four years of work experience, the alumni's median yearly wage rises 19.1% to $77,200, which is 92.5% above the national median income for individuals. Applying students may also want to find that you are required to take the SAT or ACT in order to apply and over half of the accepted got between 710 and 790 on the SAT math component. What's more, Cornell does not offer a teacher certification program, and students have the option to study abroad for a semester. Respecting costs, be aware that for households making between $76k and $110k, the average cost of tuition less scholarships and aid is $21,458 per year and for households earning less than $30k, the average net tuition cost is $5,745 annually. With regard for demographics, white professors make up 11% of the teaching staff and students who are 18 or 19 years old make up 44% of the undergraduate population at Cornell. Related to campus life, 26% of female undergrads are in a sorority. To wind things up, six years after graduation, 9% of Cornell graduates do not have a job and the lowest-earning 1/4th of graduates rake in $51,300 or less six years after graduation.

Ratings

9.79

Party Scene

8.50

Location

8.00

Dorms

10.00

Campus Food

10

Student Life

8.24

Safety

Admissions

11%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1390-1540

ACT Score

32-34

Application Deadline:
January 2
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Cost

Net Price:

$28,890/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$41,405/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

60%

Academics

Professor Rating

9.46


9:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

95%

Evening Degree Programs

No

Student Faculty Ratio

9:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Biology

446

Computer Science

353

Business

282

Hospitality and Tourism Management

247

Agricultural Business

210

Economics

198

Mechanical Engineering

127

Political Science and Government

123

Value

In State Tuition
$55,188/year
Out of State Tuition
$55,188/year