2010_profile_Notes - Cornell Class of 2010: A Brief Summary...

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CLASS OF 2010 ADMISSIONS: University Totals for the 2005—2006 Admissions Cycle ± ± ± Early±Decision±± ± Regular±Decision±± ± Total±± Applicants 2,848 25,250 28,098 Admits 1,109 5,826 6,935 Enrolling 1,083 2,155 3,238 e are happy to provide you with general information about admissions, our students, academics, and financial aid at the university. In particular, the admissions data listed here are meant to give you a broad understanding of the kind of highly qualified candidates we admit to Cornell. These numbers should not be interpreted, however, to mean that objective data are the most important criteria in our selection process. Other factors, such as secondary school curriculum and performance, special talents, extra- curricular activities, essays, and interviews (where required) are criti- cal to our decision making as well. Undergraduate Admissions Office 410 Thurston Avenue Ithaca, New York 14850-2488 607 255-5241 Web: www.cornell.edu E-mail: admissions@cornell.edu Cornell Class of 2010: A Brief Summary W Female 1,567 (48.4%) Male 1,671 (51.6%) Total 3,238 African American 5.9% Asian 15.4% Bi/Multiracial 5.6% Caucasian 40.9% Hispanic 5.4% Native American 0.6% Not reported 17.1% CLASS OF 2010 FINANCIAL AID: Full-time first-year students 3,238 Number who applied for aid 1,996 Number determined to have financial need 1,457 Number awarded financial aid
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2009 for the course AEM 2410 taught by Professor Perosio,d. during the Fall '07 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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2010_profile_Notes - Cornell Class of 2010: A Brief Summary...

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