We liked the drive up,we missed the snow and plan to return inthe spring. I hope to have more time.
We stopped at an information booth on campus. The very helpful student on duty gave us a map and suggested a route to drive around campus and places to stop and walk around. The campus is huge so you need to know where to go. Until visiting this campus I would say Hardard and U of Penn were the nicest... More
Located above picturesque Cayuga Lake, Cornell University is the epitome of a stunning and stately Ivy League university! There are dozens of gorges (waterfalls) on campus, and the campus is so large that in certain places, you can be walking for a half an hour and still not be at your location yet. You get the feeling of academia, environment,... More
My daughter has admission in the Cornell University as a student for masters in COE. So we were there for 8 days, and got to see the univ campus in detail. The campus is well kept, well connected. The buses routes are well planned and given, though it took us some time to figure them out. One complaint here..we were... More
Obviously admission into Cornell is highly selective admitting less than 25% of applicants. It is located about 1 1/4 hours from the Syracuse airport. rural drive but located in nice college town. beautiful in the summer with lots of hills and lakes. energic tour guides who truly love their school. Not very interesting if you do not have college bound... More
One of America's greatest universities, Cornell is the most diverse school in the Ivy League. Founded by one the country's early multi-millionaires, it has been called the first truly American university. Cornell has many firsts: the first university press, the first student-run newspaper, the first school in the Ivy League to admit women and blacks, the first school in the... More
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