What colleges are affiliated with the Cornell Club?

All alumni, Full Time Faculty and Staff, of our Affiliated Universities (Brown, Colgate, Duke, Notre Dame, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Stanford, Trinity College Dublin, Tulane, and Wake Forest Universities) are eligible for membership in The Cornell Club-New York.
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Who has access to the Cornell Club?

The Cornell Club welcomes applications for membership from Cornell University alumni, faculty, staff, and family members of Cornellians, as well as graduates of our affiliate schools and business associates of our Members.
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Is Cornell Club membership worth it?

The Benefits of Membership

Simply put, The Cornell Club - New York offers something for everyone. There are quiet private nooks for those in search of a quiet space while at the same time, a feeling of camaraderie can be found in our common areas and dining rooms.
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Can Cornell students go to the Cornell Club?

Students, who are at least 21 years of age, in undergraduate or graduate study at Cornell University, are eligible for membership. Scroll down to view your dues category. Dues are based on undergraduate year (regardless of whether or not that was Cornell) and where you live and work.
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Is The Cornell Club of New York worth it?

Members often tell us that one of the most rewarding benefits of Membership is the opportunity to host family, friends, and colleagues. Whether you live in a small apartment in the city, or want to host guests in a private club setting, you can be sure your guest will feel welcome and comfortable.
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How much is a night at Cornell Club NYC?

The public rooms are relatively modest but the bedrooms are excellent and more reasonably priced than most NYC reciprocal clubs. Rates for a twin room were $220 per night in the low summer season (a negotiated rate), including breakfast, rising to $302 in the fall.
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What is the hardest Cornell college to get into?

The most selective schools at Cornell for admissions are:
  • Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management.
  • College of Arts & Sciences.
  • College of Engineering.
  • College of Architecture, Art & Planning.
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Why join Cornell club?

Club membership provides opportunities for connecting with fellow Members in a convenient Midtown location, and the chance to preserve the Cornell legacy while expanding the Big Red network. Membership extends beyond Cornell Alumni and we invite you to explore your membership opportunities.
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Why is Cornell so prestigious?

Established in the late 19th century, Cornell University was the final college to join the Ivy League. The school is unique among both Ivies and private colleges, with government land grants and multiple campuses. Cornell's academic strength is concentrated in STEM, where it outranks its Ivy League peers.
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Why is Cornell so expensive?

This is due to its private, Ivy League status and its location in Ithaca, New York, where the cost of living is relatively high. Students who are interested in attending Cornell should be prepared to pay high tuition costs or seek out need-based financial aid, merit scholarships, or other financial aid packages.
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Is Cornell considered elite?

An elite Ivy League school, Cornell University offers diverse educational and cultural experiences on its beautiful campus in Ithaca, New York.
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How many Cornell clubs are there?

Cornell has a long tradition of student involvement, and there are more than 1,000 student organizations on campus. Whatever a student's interest, they're likely to find a club, program, activity, or group devoted to it!
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Does Dartmouth have a club in NYC?

The Dartmouth Club of New York has been in residence at The Yale Club of New York City since 1974, prior to which time it occupied a seven-room suite at the now long since vanished Commodore Hotel from 1961 to 1973, and, going back even further still, formerly shared space with the old Princeton Club, which was then ...
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Does Stanford have a NYC club?

Stanford New York Alumni aims to build and strengthen the Stanford community in the greater New York area by connecting and reconnecting Stanford alumni to one another through a wide variety of events. Membership is open to all Stanford alumni, spouses / partners of alumni, and Stanford students and parents.
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How much does 4 years at Cornell cost?

At the 2022-23 tuition of $63,200, four years at Cornell equals $252,800. This does not account for increases in tuition. Total expenses for a student are $83,196. The average for a four-year private institution is currently $57,570, making Cornell 45% more expensive.
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Is Cornell very expensive?

Cornell University's tuition is $66,014. Compared with the national average cost of tuition of $43,477, Cornell University is more expensive.
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Can anyone join the Yale club?

Membership Eligibility

Those who have received a degree from Yale University, full-time graduate students who are completing a degree-granting program at Yale, and full-time professors are eligible for membership.
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Is it easier to get into Dartmouth or Cornell?

They reject many more students than they accept. If you've ever seen a list of Ivy League colleges, you probably saw Dartmouth in New Hampshire and Cornell in upstate New York. In 2021, Cornell admitted 10% of applicants; Dartmouth admitted 6%.
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Is Cornell easier to get into than Harvard?

Cornell University

Out of 49,114 candidates, Cornell accepted 5,330, for an admission percentage of around 10.9%. This acceptance rate is more than twice as high as the rates for our top two universities, Harvard and Columbia, and as a result, it offers prospective students the best chance of getting accepted.
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Is Cornell good for partying?

Party Scene

Tons of raging parties almost any night of the week. Lots of options Wednesday-Saturday. Some decent frat/house parties, weekends only. Good parties are few and far between.
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Do you have to apply for clubs at Cornell?

To be active on campus, all student organizations must go through the registration process. For specific questions regarding student organizations, email [email protected] .
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Is Cornell cheaper for NY residents?

As a contract college, CALS tuition depends upon residency status; New York state resident tuition is about $15,000 less than tuition for out-of-state residents. Contract colleges or schools at Cornell University were created by an act of the New York State Legislature and receive direct funding from New York state.
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