ILR school

<p>Is the ILR school easier to get admitted into? I got a letter from them and it actually interested me a lot.. it seemed like a satellite of the actual university but that's find by me.. do they handle admissions any differently?</p>

<p>I got mail from them randomly as well. I didnt expect it. In fact, I never heard of ILR until yesterday LOL. I went to my mailbox after a month and found the mail. They also sent me an email a few days ago.</p>

<p>Honestly, I doubt it's any easier. It probably is just a college admission for those interested in politics.</p>

<p>No, it is not a satelelite of the school! Haha. What does that even mean?</p>

<p>ILR is, like the other schools, for people with specific interests. Many of its grads go to law school. Many go into HR. Some work for unions and some go into finance.</p>

<p>Look at the requirements and see if it is of interest to you.</p>

<p>Currently at SUNY Albany, 3.4 GPA, College Democrats Club, Living Learning Community (Community Service Club), Shadowed with US District Assistant Attorney</p>

<p>Assume this is a question? Have no idea, given I do not work in admissions and not knowing the classes you took. But a 3.4 from Albany isn't that impressive. Albany is a lot easier than Cornell. ( I state this with a good amount of knowledge. )</p>

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<p>There are seven colleges (*) within Cornell ... four "endowed" schools and three within the "contract" division.</p>

<p>ILR is one of the contract colleges.</p>

<p>There are several threads about Cornell explaining all this plus lots of info on the Cornell web site.</p>

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<li>Though, technically, Hotel Admin. and ILR are listed as "schools" and not "colleges" for some reason.</li>
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