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Cornell Admissions

alphaealphae Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
edited September 2011 in Cornell University
OK, lets say that three kids apply ED to Cornell. One applies to the ILR school, one to Agriculture, and one to Arts & Sciences. Are all three examined by the same admissions committee? Or are there separate committees for the various schools within Cornell?
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Replies to: Cornell Admissions

  • countryheartcountryheart Registered User Posts: 127 Junior Member
    They're separate.
  • csdadcsdad Registered User Posts: 2,289 Senior Member
    Each college's admissions office is totally independent of each other. If you are worried about students from same high school providing competetion for each other, not an issue of applying to different colleges within Cornell, but can effect admssion if applying to the same college.
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