I’m very heavily considering applying to Cornell’s Dyson School of Business ED because I’m a legacy at Cornell, but I’m worried that it’s not practical for reasons of cost and WS recruiting. Do students at Cornell get jobs on Wall Street at a rate worth the exorbitant cost of attendance? I get that I’m not going to be able to take some GPA raising major like I’d be able to at HYP, but am I likely to get more than one super day assuming I work hard and am in the top 25 percent or so of my class? The reason I’m asking all this is because I’m also a legacy at my state school, where I can attend college basically for free thanks to a combination of merit aid and in-state tuition reductions. If Cornell doesn’t place people too well I’ll probably shift my ED to a different Ivy or just attend the state school.