Cornell University Visit Report by iluvcolumbia

Visit to Cornell University in March 2008 by iluvcolumbia
(Student, HS Class of 2009)
(Member since October 30 2020 with ? posts)

Visit Activities:


Information Session: Yes - lots of information about the different schools. kind of dull

Campus Tour: Yes - gives a little too much information for someone who has not yet even applied nor gotten in.


Campus:



Friendliness/Courtesy of Students:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
didnt get to talk to many but the ones that worked there were very helpful.



Friendliness/Courtesy of Staff:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
good staff



Appearance of Campus:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
beautiful campus, even in early spring when everything is brown and dead and cold. I can just imagine how it would look later on in the year. Huge too, no wonder it has its own zip code.



Building/Facilities Maintenance/Cleanliness:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
lots of modern buildings as well as traditional beautiful ones.



Dormitories:
4 - Very Good
4 - Very Good
didnt see any but saw one of the community centers. looked fun.



Security/Safety:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
blue lights



Overall Campus Impression:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
it was amazing. its my first regular decision choice.


Off-Campus:



Area Immediately Around Campus:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
collegetown is such a cute town. especially the waterfalls just minutes from campus, just add a serene feeling that you cant find anywhere else.



City/Town/Community:
4 - Very Good
4 - Very Good
ithaca is okay, has all major stores you might need. not many activities to do probably.

Campus Visit Notes for Cornell University


Visit Description:

i loved it! it was like its very own small city in a big town. you'd see buses and people everywhere, but every building was part of cornell. def unique

Dining/Restaurant Recommendations or Comments:

nice chinese restaurant and food on campus was good.

Other Comments (Transportation, local attractions, parking, etc.):

parking right on campus. just say you're there for a info session