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Cornell University

Cornell University

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Cornell University is a very large (over 20,000 students) private, not for profit, 4 year or above school located in the Mid East States in a small city setting. The highest degree offered is a Doctor's degree and the school is comprised of a majority of undergraduates. The most popular areas of study at Cornell University include: Business Administration and Management, General with 512 Masters awards; Biology/Biological Sciences, General with 323 Bachelors awards; Labor and Industrial Relations with 275 Bachelors awards; Hotel/Motel Administration/Management with 233 Bachelors awards; Agricultural Economics with 206 Bachelors awards;. Cornell University is located at 300 Day Hall in Ithaca, NY 14853.

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Cornell University Facts


Cornell University is located at 300 Day Hall in Ithaca, NY 14853

Total Applicants: 37,808
Percent Admitted: 17%
Dorm Capacity: 7,000
Graduation Rate: 93%
Retention Rate: 97%
Undergrads Between 18 - 24: 98%
Undergrads Between 25 - 64: 1%

Cornell University telephone number: (607) 255-2000

The highest degree offered is: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice


Cornell University Tuition and Fees

Tuition and Fees: $43,413
Total Cost In State: $59,591
Total Cost Out of State: $59,591


Admissions stats for Cornell University

You basically won't get into Cornell University so don't even bother. Probably not what you wanted to hear, right? There are 37,808 applicants and only 17% get admitted.

Student Demographics at Cornell University
Cornell University Demographics
Totals: 6,521
     Males: 3,567 (55% of total)
     Females: 2,954 (45% of total)
Asians: 907
     Asian Males: 482 (7% of total)
     Asian Females: 425 (7% of total)
Blacks: 252
     Black Males: 105 (2% of total)
     Black Females: 147 (2% of total)
Hispanics: 397
     Hispanic Males: 199 (3% of total)
     Hispanic Females: 198 (3% of total)
Native Americans: 25
     Native American Males: 17 (0% of total)
     Native American Females: 8 (0% of total)
Hawaiians: 1
     Hawaiian Males: 0 (0% of total)
     Hawaiian Females: 1 (0% of total)
Mixed Race: 122
     Mixed Race Males: 55 (1% of total)
     Mixed Race Females: 67 (1% of total)
Whites: 2,700
     White Males: 1,462 (22% of total)
     White Females: 1,238 (19% of total)
Foreign Students: 1,415
     Foreign Males: 827 (13% of total)
     Foreign Females: 588 (9% of total)
Most Popular Majors at Cornell University
Area of Study  (degrees awarded)
Business Administration and Management, General
(512 Masters degrees)
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
(323 Bachelors degrees)
Labor and Industrial Relations
(275 Bachelors degrees)
Hotel/Motel Administration/Management
(233 Bachelors degrees)
Agricultural Economics
(206 Bachelors degrees)
Law
(192 PhD professional practice degrees)
Economics, General
(180 Bachelors degrees)
Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other
(122 Bachelors degrees)
Mechanical Engineering
(118 Bachelors degrees)
Animal Sciences, General
(118 Bachelors degrees)
Computer Science
(111 Masters degrees)
Public Administration
(110 Masters degrees)
Agricultural Engineering
(106 Bachelors degrees)
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering
(101 Masters degrees)
Operations Research
(95 Masters degrees)
Communication and Media Studies
(90 Bachelors degrees)
Communication, General
(90 Bachelors degrees)
Political Science and Government, General
(89 Bachelors degrees)
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
(89 Masters degrees)
Computer Science
(87 Bachelors degrees)
Electrical and Electronics Engineering
(84 Bachelors degrees)
Veterinary Medicine
(82 PhD professional practice degrees)
American/U.S. Law/Legal Studies/Jurisprudence
(74 Masters degrees)
Psychology, General
(73 Bachelors degrees)
Operations Research
(72 Bachelors degrees)
Chemical Engineering
(72 Bachelors degrees)
Natural Resources/Conservation, General
(72 Bachelors degrees)
AGRICULTURE, AGRICULTURE OPERATIONS, AND RELATED SCIENCES
(72 Bachelors degrees)
Agriculture, General
(72 Bachelors degrees)
Agriculture, General
(72 Bachelors degrees)
Cornell University Weather
Cornell University Avg Annual Weather
Average Temperature: 46.30 (Fahrenheit)
Average Precipitation: 37.34 (inches of rain)
Umbrella Days: 83.76 (days you might need an umbrella)
Average Snowfall: 49.19 (inches of snow)
Snow Days: 44.08 (days with 1 inch of snow on the ground)
Average Humidity: 79.00 (% humidity)
Average Windspeed: 19.86 (mph)
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