Cornell University

, NY,
4.35 Average Rating

As an Ivy League school, a research institution, and one of three private land-grant universities in the US, Cornell University admissions are highly competitive. Since its founding in 1865, Cornell has been a co-educational, nonsectarian university, but has expanded to include two satellite medical campuses, one in New York City and the other in Education City, Qatar.


Average Net Price
In-State Tuition
Out-of-State Tuition
Institution Type
  • Coed
Level of Institution 4 Year
Campus Setting City
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Acceptance Rate
Average SAT Composite: 1428

What Students Are Saying

4.35 Average Rating
Cornell University is an unparalleled college, filled with opportunities. Currently, I am in the Arts and Sciences College and though I wish to aspire to be a doctor, I am given the chance to study Latin and Ancient Civilization as a minor and to explore studies that interest me although it's not within my Pre-Med curriculum. Not only is the Arts and Sciences College full of a wide array of studies, the other colleges allow students to range in future careers from hotel administration to agricultural development.
Lisa from Commack, NY
Cornell is a wonderful institution with a beautiful campus complete with rivers and waterfalls. The five years I spent there were academically challenging, socially rewarding, and an unforgettable experience. I would not trade my undergraduate career at Cornell for any other institution.

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