Cornell University

Cornell University was founded in 1865 in Ithaca, New York by Andrew Dickson White and Ezra Cornell, with the goal of establishing an institution where anyone can find a proper method of instruction in their field of interest. Since its inception, the university has contributed to all fields of knowledge.

Cornell consists of seven graduate divisions and seven undergraduate colleges. Programs are offered in virtually every discipline, and Cornell has the distinction of awarding America’s first doctorates in industrial engineering and electrical engineering. Cornell also awarded the world’s first journalism degree.

University Profile

Ranking #18 #9
University Name Cornell University
Year Established 1865
Motto I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study
Colors Carnelian and white


Address Day Hall Lobby, Ithaca, New York, United States
Phone +1 (607) 254 4636
Fax +1 (607) 254 6225
Website Cornell University Website
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International Students Allowed Yes
Gender Men and Women

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