Application Timeline

November 22 |

All Financial Aid application requirements due

Mid-December |

Financial Aid notifications sent to admitted students

Early January |

Deposit due to Admissions

February 15 |

All Financial Aid application requirements due

Early April |

Financial Aid notifications sent to admitted applicants

May 1 |

Deposit due to Admissions

March 15 |

All Financial Aid application requirements due

By June 15 |

Financial Aid notifications sent to admitted students

By July 1 |

Deposit due to Admissions

October 15 |

All Financial Aid application requirements due

Mid-December/Early January |

Financial Aid notifications sent to admitted applicants

Early January |

Deposit due to Admissions

November 1 |

Early Decision applicants

January 2 |

Regular Decision applicants

March 15 |

Fall Transfer applicants

January |

renewal applications available

March 2 |

renewal applications due for Engineering Co-op students

May 1 |

Summer Session aid application due

May 15 |

renewal applications due for all continuing students

June - August |

Financial Aid decisions posted to Student Center

August 7 |

Fall Bursar bill due

November |

Winter Session financial aid application due

News and Resources

Need-based Grant Recipients by Income: 

Retention/Persistence:

  First-year students returning after their first year: 97%

  First-year students who entered in fall 2009 and graduated

  within six years: 94% (includes five-year program in

  architecture and dual-degree candidates)

Undegraduate Enrollment by College (Fall 2015)

Agriculture and Life Sciences 3,433
Architecure, Art, and Planning 497
Arts and Sciences 4,106
Engineering 3,060
Hotel Administration 950
Human Ecology 1,210
Industrial and Labor Relations 970

Academics:

 Courses Offered: 4,000+

 Undergraduate Major/Interdisciplinary

 Programs: 100+

Class of 2019 Financial Aid:

 Full-time first-year students 3,180
 Number who applied for aid 1,718
 Number determined to have financial need 1,431
 Number awarded financial aid 1,431
 Number receiving need-based scholarship/ grant aid 1,404
 Average need-based scholarship/ grant award $39,787

2017-18 Costs:
2010-2011 Costs:

Endowed Colleges

Tuition and fees $52,853
Housing $8,564
Dining $5,766
Books & supplies $930
Personal expenses $1,850
Health-related expenses $358
Total $70,321

Contract Colleges

New York State Resident

Tuition and fees $35,483
Housing $8,564
Dining $5,766
Books & supplies $930
Personal expenses $1,850
Health-related expenses $358
Total $50,869

Nonresident

Tuiton and fees $52,853
Housing $8,564
Dining $5,766
Books & supplies $930
Personal expenses $1,850
Health-related expenses $358
Total $70,321

 

Our unique financial aid initiatives exemplify our commitment to providing need-based aid and making Cornell affordable for admitted students. 

Parent Contribution Initiative

Families with a total family income of less than $60,000, and total assets of less than $100,000 (including primary home equity), will have no parent contribution. Learn more.

Loan Initiatives

Students from families with a total annual income under $60,000 will have no student loans as part of their financial aid package, reducing the debt owed by the student and/or family after graduation. Learn more.

Award Matching Initiative

Cornell strives to match the family contribution components and lower loan level of financial aid offers from other Ivy League schools, as well as need-based offers from Stanford, MIT, and Duke.

Learning to manage your money is a critical life skill. Your college years should be a time when you are mastering the art of budgeting and preparing for the years to come when you can save and invest for your future.

We have created resources and offer programs to help you gain these skills. Check out Personal Finance at Cornell and follow us on Twitter @CornellFinAid. If you want to request a program, email Gretchen Ryan.

 

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