Cornell University Visit Report by imkonadian88

Visit to Cornell University in July 2006 by imkonadian88
(Student, HS Class of 2007)
(Member since October 27 2020 with ? posts)

Visit Activities:


Admissions Interview: Yes - Okay, it wasn't an "interview" per se, but this was an information session for prospective students of CALS. The admission officer spec

Information Session: Yes - pretty general, the stuff that they like to promote the most is the interaction between professors and the undergrads...the availability of them. $430

Campus Tour: Yes - Beautiful day, friendly tour guide, and....a lot of noises? Some areas it was quiet, some very loud because there are so many construction sites going

Classroom Visit: No - visit during school year! they didn't offer it in the summer.


Campus:



Friendliness/Courtesy of Students:
4 - Very Good
4 - Very Good
cornell is a varied mixture of students...for example, my tour guide was a pre-med student that had been serious about her studies, while my hotel dri



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




Appearance of Campus:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
it was gorgeous all three days i've been there. they said usually it rains often..i don't mind rain.



Building/Facilities Maintenance/Cleanliness:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent




Dormitories:
never been to the dorms, but i'm sure they're nice..due to many constructions



Security/Safety:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
they have what they call "blue phone poles" around the campus...if anything happens, lift the phone and it will automatically transfer your



Overall Campus Impression:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
duh, it's my dream school!


Off-Campus:



Area Immediately Around Campus:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
MAKE SURE to check out collegetown and its restaurants, etc...Aladdins had amazing food (all organic too!), collegetown bagels is the place to go to f



City/Town/Community:
5 - Excellent
5 - Excellent
pretty safe, but also pretty boring town. apparently the cayuga lake provides the entertainment for the town.

Campus Visit Notes for Cornell University


Visit Description:

it was amazing. the end. :]

Hotel/Lodging Recommendations or Comments:

I stayed at Ramada inn. good service. a guy named Jake there was the hotelie

Dining/Restaurant Recommendations or Comments:

Aladdin's! Collegetown Bagels, and The Old Teahouse!

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

lots of buses going around campus...most don't have cars..but the students either walk/bike around campus.