School Overview




Cornell University is a nationally acclaimed academic and research institution located in Ithaca, New York. Part of the Ivy League, Cornell was founded in 1865, and boasts some of the most famous and well respected academic minds in the country.

Bachelor’s degrees can be earned in every traditional discipline, with over 70 undergraduate majors available. Undergraduate students are encouraged to get involved with academic research projects supervised by graduate students and faculty.

With 93 graduate degrees at Cornell, students are able to study specific concentrations not offered by many other universities. Cornell’s graduate programs include a school of law, medicine, engineering, and much more. Enrolled graduate students should expect extensive research to accommodate graduate requirements.

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  • Main Campus

    410 Thurston Ave


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