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Cornell 2018 Transfer Application Instructions UNIVERSITY
Admissions and Financial Aid Timeline for Transfer Students If you are unable to meet a deadline, please call, email, or write to the Undergraduate Admissions Office or the Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment. Admissions deadlines may be extended if we are contacted early enough with a valid reason to do so. If we do not receive a request for an extension within a timely manner, we may not be able to grant the extension. Financial Aid application materials should be submitted online, faxed, or postmarked by the deadline provided. What’s Due Spring Transfer Applicants Fall Transfer Applicants Transfer Application and $80 fee (or fee waiver) October 15 March 15 Cornell University Questions and Writing Supplement (CA) or October 15 March 15 Cornell Supplement (UCA) All other required application components October 15 March 15 including official transcripts, Academic Report, Registrar Report, and Mid-Term Report Financial aid application materials October 15 March 15 Admission decisions are sent as they are made November and December April- June Financial aid notifications to accepted students November and December April-June who applied for aid Please make sure you have received your aid decision before you make your decision about enrolling at Cornell. Acceptance deposit Early January, or two weeks after you receive Your acceptance deposit is due within 30 days of Cornell’s offer and financial aid the date on the offer of admission letter or July package, whichever is later. For 1, whichever is sooner. Your deposit should be incoming transfer students, every effort will be submitted no later than the due date. For incom- made to accommodate applicants for on-campus ing transfer students, every effort will be made to housing on a first-come, first-served, space- accommodate applicants for on-campus housing available basis. on a first-come, first-served, space-available basis. For More Information Academic Information Online Applications We look forward to receiving your If you have questions about the academic programs Applications may only be submitted online application. If you have general or admissions policies of a specific undergraduate at commonapp.org or universalcollegeapp. questions about admissions or college at Cornell, please contact the appropriate com. Select forms may be submitted online or financial aid, please call or visit college directly at the telephone number or email mailed. our website: address provided below: Note: If you are requesting a fee waiver, please Undergraduate Admissions Office Agriculture and Life Sciences follow the instructions on the application. Telephone: 607.255.5241 Telephone: 607.255.2036 Supporting documentation can be mailed to Fax: 607.255.0659 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org the address in the Mailing Instructions below. Email: email@example.com Architecture, Art, and Planning Website: admissions.cornell.edu Telephone: 607.255.4376 Office of Financial Aid and Student Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Mailing Instructions Employment Transfer application materials not submitted online Telephone: 607.255.5145 Arts and Sciences should be sent to: Fax: 607.255.6329 Telephone: 607.255.4833 Email: email@example.com Transfer Admissions Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Cornell University Website: finaid.cornell.edu Business- The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Application Processing Center Economics and Management- East Hill Plaza Telephone: 607-255-6376 349 Pine Tree Road Email: email@example.com Ithaca, NY 14850-2899 Business- Hotel Administration Telephone: 607.255.6376 Note: When mailing materials to Cornell, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org please write “Transfer Application” on the enve- lope. Engineering Telephone: 607.255.5008 Email: email@example.com Human Ecology Telephone: 607.255.5471 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Industrial and Labor Relations Telephone: 607.255.2222 Cornell University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action educator and employer. 8/17 PDF only 120272
2018 Transfer Admission Information and Special Requirements College Admission Options Transcripts Standardized Tests Special Requirements Agriculture and Fall and spring • High school and college SAT and ACT not required Prerequisite courses required for each • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS major; portfolio required for landscape Life Sciences Landscape architecture: Fall Only • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; architecture; no interviews offered; such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) visits encouraged well before application Applied Economics and Management: • Copy of current schedule deadline; more information: admissions. Apply through Cornell SC Johnson College cals.cornell.edu/apply/transfer of Business Architecture, Fall and spring • High school and college SAT or ACT if taken previously Architecture: portfolio required; interview • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS required, on or off campus. Details at aap. Art, and • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; cornell.edu/admissions/undergraduate/ Planning such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) architecture Art: portfolio required; interview strongly recommended. Details at aap.cornell.edu/ admissions/undergraduate/art Arts and Fall and spring • High school and college SAT or ACT if taken previously Students entering as juniors must • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS complete any prerequisites for their major Sciences • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; field; for prerequisites, consult the depart- such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) mental websites and Cornell’s Courses of Study for details; no interviews offered; visits encouraged. Business The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied The Charles H. Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management: Fall only Economics and Management: Economics and Management: Economics and Management: • High school and college SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests not required Visits encouraged. No interviews School of Hotel Administration: • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS offered. Prerequisite courses required. Fall and spring • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; Details at: dyson.cornell.edu/programs/ such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) undergraduate/admissions/external- • Copy of current schedule transfer.html School of Hotel Administration: School of Hotel Administration: School of Hotel Administration: Visits • High school and college SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests not required encouraged. Optional interviews offered. • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS Résumé/c.v. required. Details at sha.cornell. • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; edu/admissions-programs/undergraduate/ such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) how-to-apply/transfer-applicants/ • Copy of current schedule Engineering Fall only • High school and college SAT or ACT, and SAT Subject Tests Students must complete any • Required Midterm Report if taken previously prerequisites for their major; applicants must • Submit results of any external exams International students: TOEFL or IELTS submit complete course descriptions and/ such as AP, IB, or A Levels (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; or syllabi for consideration; no interviews the departmental code is 00) offered; visits encouraged; for details on prerequisites and course description submission, see www.engineering.cornell. edu/admissions/undergraduate/transfer/ index.cfm. Human Ecology Fall and spring • High school and college SAT or ACT, and SAT Subject Tests are not Prerequisite courses for each major can • Required Midterm Report required be found at www.human.cornell.edu/ • Submit results of any external exams International students: TOEFL or IELTS admissions/transfers; phone or in-person such as AP, IB, or A Levels (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; appointment with an admission counselor the departmental code is 00) prior to applying is strongly recommended. Call 607.255.5471 to schedule. Design and environmental analysis: design challenge supplement required. (Details can be found at: www.human. cornell.edu/admissions.) Fashion design and management: design supplement required. (Details can be found at: www.human.cornell.edu/admissions.) Industrial and Fall and spring • High school and college SAT and ACT not required Prerequisite coursework in writing, micro • Required Midterm Report International students: TOEFL or IELTS and macro economics, and math. Labor Relations • Submit results of any external exams (Cornell’s institutional TOEFL code is 2098; such as AP, IB, or A Levels the departmental code is 00) Cornell University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action educator and employer. Produced by Undergraduate Admissions Office. 9/17 PDF only 120272
2018 Transfer Application Instructions and Application Checklist Important Information for Cornell Transfer Applicants We are pleased that you are considering applying to Cornell University. It is important that you submit your transfer application and fee as soon Our admissions committees review application materials thoughtfully and as possible. The Cornell University Writing Supplement (CA) or Cornell thoroughly. We look forward to receiving your application and getting to Supplement (UCA) can be submitted at the same time or later, but do not know you. delay; the sooner we have this information, the sooner we can forward The Cornell transfer application consists of: your file to the appropriate committee for review. • the Common Application or the Universal College Application for transfers Apply online. (includes the Academic Report (CA) or Professor Recommendation (UCA) We encourage you to apply and submit your fee (unless requesting a fee and the College Report) waiver) online. Other application forms may also be submitted online or • an $80 application fee or fee waiver you may choose to print and mail the completed forms. The Mid-Term • the Cornell University Questions and Writing Supplement on the My Report and Final Report (which includes your high school transcipt) must Colleges section (CA) or the Cornell Supplement (UCA), which is required be printed and mailed. All mailed materials (transcripts, Mid-Term Report, of all applicants (includes important Cornell-specific information and etc.) must be sent to the Application Processing Center. required essays) • official copies of college and high school transcripts All applicants must complete specific college requirements as • required Mid-Term Report noted on the grid on the previous page. The Transfer Application particular the Personal Statement, as opportunities to think about yourself Submitting your transfer application and the $80 application fee (or fee and reflect on what is important to you. Give careful thought to the ques- waiver—see instructions in this booklet) begins the admissions tions that are asked, but don’t try to write the answers you think we want process and should be done as soon as possible. to hear. Give us answers that tell us about you. It is important to submit your transfer application as early as you can for Your application must be submitted online by October 15 for spring 2018 several reasons: transfer admission, or by March 15 for fall 2018 transfer admission. 1. You will avoid delays in the processing of your application. Cornell receives applications from more than 4,500 prospective transfer students Application Fee/Fee Waiver Cornell’s application fee is $80, and you are required to submit it with each year. Spring transfer applicants will hear back from us in November your transfer application. Please note that Cornell cannot process your and December. Fall transfer applicants should know that it can take us 4–6 application without the application fee or fee waiver. You can apply for weeks to process and review each application from the time of receipt. an application fee waiver by submitting the NACAC Fee Waiver Form 2. When we receive your application and application fee (or fee waiver or a letter from a transfer advisor or representative of a social service/ request), we will email you with the information you need to establish an community agency stating that the fee would cause financial hardship. online application status account on Cornell’s website. This may take up When submitting your application online, check the fee waiver box on the to two weeks at peak processing times. Receiving your ApplicantID and application and mail your fee waiver request to: Transfer Admissions, Cornell PIN via email is your confirmation that we have received your application. University, Application Processing Center, East Hill Plaza, 349 Pine Tree Road, Using this secure site, you will be able to track your application materi- Ithaca, NY 14850-2899. als and update your email address as necessary. If you do not receive an ApplicantID within two weeks of submitting your application to Cornell Cornell University Supplemental Information University, it may be because your email address is incorrect or you are The required Cornell University Questions and Writing Supplement on the blocking email from us. Go to our website (admissions.cornell.edu), hover My Colleges tab (CA) or the Cornell Supplement (UCA) provides us with over "Apply," then click on "Check Application Status." Follow the instruc- essential information about your academic interests. The admissions staff tions to obtain your ApplicantID. at Cornell carefully reads and evaluates your response to the academic interest essay. The information you provide helps us determine how good How to Submit the Application a match exists between your intellectual goals and the Cornell college or school to which you are applying. You may submit this information with Submit the Transfer Common Application and Cornell University Questions your transfer application or separately. and Writing Supplement online at commonapp.org or the Universal College Application and Supplement at universalcollegeapp.com. The Mid-Term Report may be faxed or emailed as outlined in the instructions on the Important Email Instructions form. The Final Report (which includes your high school transcipt) must It is important that you provide us with a legible, current email address that you be printed and mailed. All mailed materials (transcripts, Mid-Term Report, check frequently. Email is our primary tool for communicating with you to request etc.) must be sent to the Application Processing Center. Please include your missing application materials, verify information, give you special instructions, etc. name, home address, and date of birth on all attached sheets. Please carefully type or print your email address on the application form, being Do NOT send duplicate copies of materials through the mail or online certain that characters are understood (for example, using Ø for zero and noting unless you are specifically asked to do so by the admissions office. the difference between a lower case l, the number 1, and the letter I). We encourage you to view the personal parts of the application, and in Please also be sure to include cornell.edu in your address book and/or remove any spam blockers that might prevent our email from reaching you. Application Status If you have any questions about the status of your application, see: admissions.cornell.edu/apply/transfer-applicants/check-application-status.
2018 Transfer Application Instructions and Application Checklist continued Admission Interviews For applicants to the architecture program in the College of Architecture, Application Checklist Art, and Planning, a formal interview is required for admission. Applicants to See instructions for submitting the various required application the Department of Art in the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning are components at the front of this booklet. strongly encouraged (though not required) to have an interview. The Cornell SC Johnson College of Business- School of Hotel Administration offers an All Transfer Applicants optional interview on-campus or off-campus. ____ Transfer Application (CA or UCA) • For architecture or fine arts applicants interview request forms can be ____ $80 Application Fee or Fee Waiver found at aap.cornell.edu/undergraduate-admissions-architecture or aap. cornell.edu/undergraduate-admissions-art ____ Cornell University Questions and Writing Supplement (CA) • Cornell SC Johnson College of Business- School of Hotel Administration: or Supplement (UCA) Optional interviews offered. Details at sha.cornell.edu/admissions-pro- ____ Academic Evaluation (CA) or Professor Recommendation (UCA) grams/undergraduate/how-to-apply/interview Formal interviews are not required, nor offered as part of the admissions ____ College Report process for any other undergraduate programs. Note: The College Report must be submitted, but it is not necessary to have a college dean complete the form. You are welcome to ask a college/faculty advisor, college registrar, or Portfolios and Design Supplements other college official who has access to your academic and disciplinary records. Portfolios and/or design supplements are required as follows: ____ Required Mid-Term Report for your current courses College of Agriculture and Life Sciences ____ Final high school transcript (secure official copy and mail it to the • Landscape architecture: portfolio required Application Processing Center) • Send to: Landscape Architecture Department, Cornell University, 440 Kennedy Hall, Ithaca, NY 14853 ____ College transcript(s) (secure official copy from all colleges or universities attended and mail to the Application Processing Center) College of Architecture, Art, and Planning • Architecture: portfolio required (for guidelines visit http://aap.cornell.edu/ ____ Official test score reports sent from testing agencies (Note: the SAT, ACT, admissions/undergraduate/architecture) and SAT Subject Tests are not required for transfer applicants, but some Cornell colleges would like to see the results if you have taken these • Art: portfolio required (for guidelines visit http://aap.cornell.edu/admis- tests) sions/undergraduate/art) • Submit online at cornellaap.slideroom.com ____ Complete course descriptions and syllabi for College of Engineering and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences biological and environmental College of Human Ecology engineering applicants only (for submission instructions, see www.engi- • Design and environmental analysis: design challenge required neering.cornell.edu/admissions/undergraduate/transfer/index.cfm) • Fashion design and management: design supplement required ____ Required résumé/c.v. for applicants to the College of Business- School of • Visit www.human.cornell.edu/admissions for more information and Hotel Administration and optional interviews offered for SHA applicants. instructions. Details at sha.cornell.edu/admissions-programs/undergraduate/how-to- apply/ Academic Report ____ Required interview for applicants to the architecture program in the Transfer applicants to Cornell are required to submit one Academic Evaluation College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (CA) or Professor Recommendation (UCA). If you desire to send additional instructor recommendations, you may download and print the forms at ____ Required portfolios and design supplements for applicants to the commonapp.org or universalcollegeapp.com. Be sure to remind individuals landscape architecture program in the College of Agriculture and Life writing recommendations for you to include your full name and date of birth Sciences, the architecture or art programs in the College of Architecture, on all pages. Art, and Planning, or the design and environmental analysis or fashion design management programs in the College of Human Ecology College Report The College Report is a required part of the Cornell transfer application. A registrar, college faculty/advisor, or other college official who has access to your academic and disciplinary records must complete this report. The official should Helpful Application Tips complete the form to the best of his or her ability. The section of the form • Give yourself enough time before the deadline to complete both the regarding academic standing and disciplinary record is required. transfer application and supplements • Submit either the Common Application or the Universal College Mid-Term Report Application and all associated forms - DO NOT duplicate applications The required Mid-Term Report is completed by instructors in whose courses or mix and match forms you are enrolled at the time of your application. If midterm grades are not • Pages can get separated, so include your full name, home address, available to submit with your application, the Mid-Term Report should be and birth date on every page that is mailed submitted as soon as possible after grades are available. • For grouping of multiple pages for mailing, use paperclips (do not staple) International Applicants • After completing your application and supplements, save copies for International applicants must complete and submit all required applica- yourself tion documents and components. See the application checklist and the • Set up your online application status account by following the college-specific requirements detailed in the front of this booklet. In addi- instructions you receive after submitting the application and fee or tion, international applicants may need to submit scores from the TOEFL fee waiver or IELTS exam. International students should visit the Cornell Financial Aid website(finaid.cornell.edu) for instructions on applying for financial aid. • Be sure to submit all items on the application checklist
2018 Transfer Financial Aid Instructions Cornell has a need-blind admissions policy, which means that we review your admissions application without con- sidering whether you’ve applied for aid; Cornell awards all financial aid on the basis of demonstrated financial need. We encourage you to learn more about our aid initiatives, policies, or even complete our Financial Aid Calculator at finaid.cornell.edu. U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, DACA, Asylees, and Refugees: U.S. citizens, U.S. permanent residents, and applicants who have been granted DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival), refugee, or asylee status are eligible to apply for financial assistance and should follow the instructions on the following webpage to apply for financial assistance: finaid.cornell.edu/ apply-aid/prospective-applicants. Note that if you are applying for aid as a U.S. permanent resident, or have been granted DACA, refugee, or asylee status, you will be required to docu- ment your permanent residency or DACA/refugee/asylee status. To be considered for aid, you must be able to document your status by November 1 for spring transfers and by July 1 for fall transfers. Please see our website for the required forms of documentation. Financial Aid Deadlines and Timeline: If you are offered admission and have met our aid application deadlines, you will receive an aid notification. Failure to meet our deadlines will result in limited financial aid eligibility. Spring 2018 Transfer Applicants 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 Fall 2018 Transfer Applicants March 15: All financial aid application requirements due By June 15: Financial aid notifications sent to admitted applicants By July 1: Deposit due to Admissions International, Undocumented Applicants, and without DACA Cornell University practices need-aware international admissions and provides need-based financial aid to admitted international students and admitted undocumented students without DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival) status who apply for financial aid by stated deadlines and who have dem- onstrated financial need. Follow the deadlines stated below. For more information and how to apply, please visit: finaid.cornell.edu/apply-aid/international-applicants. International Financial Aid Deadlines Fall Decision Deadline- March 15: All international financial aid application requirements due To apply for financial aid, please visit finaid.cornell.edu.
2018 Universal College Application (UCA) for Transfer Admission Cornell University Transfer Supplement Deadlines (online submission/postmark dates) Spring-semester applicants October 15 Fall-semester applicants March 15 Please see the instructions on Cornell’s admissions website at admissions.cornell.edu/apply/transfer-applicants prior to completing this form. Name: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Enter name exactly as it appears last/family first middle on passports or other official documents U.S. Social Security number (optional): ________________________ Preferred name: ___________________________________________________ Mailing address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ number and street _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ city state or province zip + 4 or postal code county (if U.S.) country telephone Date of birth: _________________________ month/day/year Email address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ It is important that you provide us with a legible, current email address that you check frequently. Email is our primary tool for communicating with you to request missing application materials, verify information, give you special instructions, etc. Please carefully type or print your email address on the application form, being certain that characters are understood (for example, using Ø for zero and noting the difference between a lower case l, the number 1, and the letter I). Please be sure to include cornell.edu in your email address book and/or remove any spam blockers that might prevent our email from reaching you. Cell phone number (optional): (_________)___________________________ area code What is/was your major at your current/last attended college_____________________________________________________________________ What system did your current/last attended college use? o quarter o trimester o semester o year List any community programs or organizations that have provided you with free assistance in your application process: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Are you applying as a (please check one)? o transfer o visiting student Have you applied for undergraduate admission to Cornell before? o Yes o No If so, for what term and year? ____________________________ College or school at Cornell to which you are applying (choose only one): o Agriculture and Life Sciences o Arts and Sciences o Business- Hotel Administration o Industrial and Labor Relations o Architecture, Art, and Planning o Business- Applied Economics and Management o Engineering o Human Ecology Code number of your anticipated major within the college/school you’ve chosen (select only one; codes are at admissions.cornell.edu/pdf/transfer-major-codes): __________________ Note to all applicants: Recognizing that transfer applicants have diverse academic talents and career interests that may be satisfied by more than one of Cornell's colleges/schools, your application may be reviewed by a college/school at Cornell in addition to the one to which you are applying. Do you have parents, grandparents, or great-grandparents who attended Cornell? o Yes o No name dates he or she attended relationship (indicate whether parent/grandparent/great-grandparent) degree(s) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ name dates he or she attended relationship (indicate whether parent/grandparent/great-grandparent) degree(s) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ name dates he or she attended relationship (indicate whether parent/grandparent/great-grandparent) degree(s) _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Is a parent or guardian currently a Cornell faculty or staff member? o Yes o No If so, name of that parent/guardian: _______________________________________________________________________________________ Do you have any siblings applying to Cornell this year? o Yes o No If yes, enter full name: _________________________________________
2018 UCA for Transfer Admission/Cornell University Supplement continued Name: ____________________________________________________________________________________ Date of birth: _________________ Academic Interest Essay (all applicants to complete) Please address the topics below in an essay of approximately 650 words total. Tell us what you’d like to major in at Cornell, and why or how your past academic or work experience influenced your decision, and how transferring to Cornell would further your academic interests. College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Applicants Only Students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences are often interested in several major fields of study and take courses in more than one area. Do you want to be considered for admission to an alternate-choice major in Agriculture and Life Sciences if you are not admitted to your primary- choice major? ❑ Yes ❑ No If yes, indicate your alternate-choice major interest: ________________________________________. College of Engineering Applicants Only Please make sure that complete course descriptions and/or syllabi are submitted by the application deadline and clearly labeled with your name and date of birth. We cannot evaluate your application without them. For submission instructions, please see www.engineering.cornell.edu/admissions/ undergraduate/transfer/index.cfm Armed Forces/ROTC U.S. Armed Forces status: ❑ None ❑ Currently Serving ❑ Previously Served ❑ Current Dependent Your anticipated status at enrollment: ❑ On active duty U.S. Military ❑ Veteran of U.S. Armed Forces ❑ U.S. Reserves or National Guard Cornell University hosts Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) units from all four branches of the military (Army, Marine Corp, Navy, and Air Force). Are you interested in participating in any of these programs (competing for a scholarship or just attending some classes)? ❑ Yes ❑ No New York State Residents Only Are you enrolled in one of the following New York State opportunity programs at your current college/university: EOP, HEOP, College Discovery, SEEK? ❑ Yes ❑ No If yes, please indicate the program: ❑ EOP ❑ HEOP ❑ College Discovery ❑ SEEK If you are interested in learning more about EOP and HEOP, please visit our website at oadi.cornell.edu/heop to request additional information. Visiting Students Only How many semesters do you plan to attend Cornell? _______ Please list your proposed courses by semester: Fall Spring ___________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ ____________________________________________ Reminder for all applicants: You must submit your $80 application fee or fee waiver. If you are applying for a fee waiver, please indicate this on the application and mail your fee waiver form or letter to the Undergraduate Admissions Office, 349 Pine Tree Road, Ithaca, NY 14850. Visit admissions.cornell.edu for further information regarding application fee waivers. Cornell University is an equal-opportunity, affirmative-action educator and employer. Produced by University Communications. 8/17 PDF only 120272
2018 Universal College Application (UCA) for Transfer Admission Required Transfer Mid-Term Report _ Required Mid-Term Report due as close to mid-term as possible Please fill in the lines below or, if you are not currently enrolled in Please type or print college, note that fact on the form. Name: _______________________________________ Return this completed form by fax or submit online: last first middle Address:_______________________________ Undergraduate Admissions Office _____________________________________ Attention: Transfer Processor Cornell University Date of Birth:___________________________ Fax: 844-358-8803 Submit Online: forms.admissions.cornell.edu/webform/admissions/sub- mit.php Name of current college/university: __________________________________________________________________________________ Number of academic terms in attendance: ______ This report is for the term ending: _________________________________ month and year A final decision on your application for admission cannot be made until we know your current performance in all courses you are taking in the term immediately before you plan to enroll at Cornell. Trimester and quarter-system students only: If you’ve provided us with your current-term grades below, what courses do you plan to take in the next term? ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ course number and title credits course number and title credits ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ All students: Do you plan to take summer courses? Yes No If yes, where do you plan to take the courses? _______________________ List the courses you will take: ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ course number and title credits course number and title credits ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ ______________________________________________ _____________________________________________________ For each class in which you are currently enrolled, please ask your instructor to evaluate your work in progress by providing a letter or number grade-even if official mid-term grades are not issued-and their signatures as soon as possible (see example on first line). If mid-term grades are not available by the application deadline, please fax or email this report as soon as grades are available. The form must include grades and signatures for all classes in which you are currently enrolled. TO THE INSTRUCTOR: Admissions committees find it helpful to receive a general indication of how the student is performing in the courses s/he is currently enrolled in. Be sure to sign below. SMPL 101 Sample Class 4 B+ professor’s signature 10/5/17 course number and title credits grade to date instructor’s signature date
Field Transfer of Study Major CodesCodes Field of Study Codes Transfer Major Codes College of Agriculture and 168 Food Science (food operations and man- 363 Computer Science College of Human Ecology Life Sciences agement; food safety; food science) 364 Economics 620 Design and Environmental Analysis 125 Agricultural Sciences (broad education in 155 Information Science (human-centered 365 English (design strategy; health and well-being; agriculture with concentrations in animal systems; information systems; social sustainable futures) 330 Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies science; crop production and manage- systems) 366 French 680 Fashion Design and Management ment; sustainable agriculture; business; 169 International Agriculture and Rural (fashion design; fashion design manage- education and communication) Development (economics and develop- 376 German Area Studies ment) 130 Animal Science (animal breeding and ment; agricultural and food systems; envi- 378 German (literature and culture) 685 Fiber Science (biomedical materials; ergo- genetics; nutrition; physiology and ronment and ecosystems) 379 Government nomics and comfort; fiber based sensors growth; pre-veterinary; dairy manage- 170 Landscape Architecture (environmentally 381 History and detectors; green composites; nano- ment) sustainable design; community-based 382 History of Art technology; performance enhancing fab- 540 Applied Economics and Management design; landscape archaeology; public rics; sustainable materials and processes) 368 Information Science (apply through the Cornell SC Johnson garden management) 383 Italian 640 Human Biology, Health, and Society College of Business) 175 Nutritional Sciences (community nutri- (biological and social aspects of growth tion; international nutrition; molecular 385 Linguistics 145 Atmospheric Science (weather and and development; biology and behavior; climate; analysis, interpretation, and fore- nutrition; human nutrition) 386 Mathematics biology and health promotion; metabo- casting of meteorological events) 176 Plant Sciences (plant genetics and breed- 387 Music lism, genetics, and health) 110 Biological Engineering (joint program ing; sustainable plant production and 388 Near Eastern Studies 630 Human Development (cognitive develop- with the College of Engineering) landscape management; evolution, sys- ment; human neuroscience; law, psychol- 396 Performing and Media Arts tematics, and ecology; plant physiology ogy and human development; aging and 150 Biological Sciences (animal physiology; 389 Philosophy and molecular biology; plants and human health; social and personality develop- biochemistry; computational biology; health) 390 Physics ment) ecology and evolutionary biology; general biology; genetics, genomics, and develop- 179 Science of Earth Systems 391 Psychology 660 Nutritional Sciences (diet and ment; human nutrition; insect biology; (atmospheric sciences; biogeochemistry; 331 Religious Studies disease; economic and global influences marine biology; microbiology; molecular geological sciences; ocean sciences) 352 Science and Technology Studies on human health; human health and and cell biology; neurobiology and behav- 190 Viticulture and Enology (grape produc- 393 Science of Earth Systems nutrition; nutrition and fitness counseling; ior; plant biology; systematics and biotic tion processes; wine production) nutrition and public health; nutritional 394 Sociology diversity) biochemistry; social influences on human 395 Spanish nutrition) 172 Biology and Society (biology and public College of Architecture, Art, 301 Statistical Science policy; biology and ethics; biology and and Planning 670 Policy Analysis and Management communication) 399 Undecided (within Arts and Sciences) (demography; economics and public 205 Architecture (five-year program) 180 Biometry and Statistics (statistics; statisti- policy; health care policy; policy analysis; 215 Fine Arts (digital media; drawing; paint- regulation and public policy; social welfare cal genomics; actuarial studies) ing; photography; print media; sculpture) Cornell SC Johnson College of policy) 160 Communication (communication, envi- 225 Urban and Regional Studies (urban Business ronment, science, and health; communi- 540 Applied Economics and Management history, government, politics, and cation media studies; communication and sociology; urban and regional theory) (accounting; agribusiness management; School of Industrial and information technologies; communication applied economics; entrepreneurship; Labor Relations and social influence) environmental, energy, and resource; 701 Industrial and Labor Relations 178 Development Sociology (community College of Arts and Sciences economics; finance; food industry man- • economics development; environmental sociology; 310 Africana Studies agement; international trade and develop- inequality studies; international develop- ment; marketing; strategy) • human resource studies 312 American Studies ment and globalization) 501 Hotel Administration (hospitality man- • international and comparative labor 314 Anthropology 164 Entomology (study of insects within the agement; hotel & resort; restaurant & • labor relations, law, and history 316 Archaeology framework of the biological and environ- foodservice; tourism; facilities; entrepre- • organizational behavior 318 Asian Studies mental sciences) neurship; 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