Cornell University Visit Report by Dennis173
Admissions Interview: Yes - Interview is more informational rather than evaluative. I was asked only basic questions about my reasons for wanting to attend and about my prospective major.
Information Session: Yes - Very Informative! One gets quality and brief descriptions about Cornell's seven colleges, campus life, and admissions. My group was walked step by step through the common application and suppleme
Campus Tour: Yes - I had a great campus tour. I was lucky enough to have a one on one tour with a very exciting student. I was taken to all the principal buildings and to the key buildings of my prospective college.
Classroom Visit: Yes - I visited a class for urban planning with about 20 students. The professor let me put in my own input in one of the class discussions.
Campus Visit Notes for Cornell University
Tip for interview : Make sure you have questions to ask your interviewer ,ready, so their is no low points.
Extra Info about Information Session : There was a very insightful student present in order to answer our questions.
Honestly speaking , Ivy or No Ivy, number twelve in the country or 89, Cornell is CORNELL. Its great academics, student body, and endless opportunities make Cornell the right place for me.
I stayed in Cornell for about three days during the Multicultural Visitation Program(MVP). It truly was a great experience and showed me what a great place Cornell is. I recommend visiting so that you may also experience the life of Big Red!