What day do Cornell decisions come out?

March 31, 2022 at
Here’s When Students Can Expect to Receive Regular Admission Decisions

School Regular Decision Notification Date
Cornell University March 31, 2022 at 7 pm ET
Dartmouth College March 31, 2022 at 7 pm ET (Ivy Day)
Davidson College March 26, 2022 at 10am ET
Drexel University March 17, 2022

What time will Cornell decisions come out?

Time crunch for other applications: Most colleges do not notify ED and EA applicants of admission until around December 15….When Do Early Action Decisions Come Out?

School Early Decision Notification Date
Cornell University ED: December 13, 2021 at 7pm ET

Is Cornell rolling admissions?

At the Cornell Institute for Public Affairs, we are proud to offer rolling admissions.

What is the acceptance rate for Cornell 2021?

The Class of 2021 was the single most challenging years to be admitted to Cornell University ever to date. For the Class of 2021, 47,038 students applied to Cornell University of which 5,889 students were accepted, yielding an overall acceptance rate of 12.5%.

How does Cornell notify accepted students?

All decisions are released via an online notification system so it is important that applicants keep their email address current. For more information, please visit the Application Timelines website.

What is a likely letter from Cornell?

Likely letters will have the effect of letters of admission, in that as long as the applicant sustains the academic and personal record reflected in the completed application, the institution will send a formal admission offer on the appropriate notification date.

Does Cornell reject early decision?

Students are admitted or denied during early decision or are occasionally postponed to regular decision for further consideration. Students whose applications are postponed to regular decision are released from the early decision binding commitment.

Is a 1490 Good for Cornell?

At the most competitive Ivy League schools (Columbia, Harvard, Princeton, and Yale) the bottom 25% of accepted students score below about 1470-1490 on the SAT. At the other Ivy League schools (Brown, Cornell, Penn, and Dartmouth) the bottom 25% of accepted students score below about 1400-1430.

Do Cornell interviews matter?

Personal interviews are not required (or available) for admission to any of Cornell’s undergraduate level programs except for the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP). This college requires a personal interview for any student applying to their Architecture program.