Cornell University is a private institution established in 1865 with rural setting located at Ithaca. It is ranked 14 in National Universities in 2018 edition of Best Colleges. Its tuition and fees are $ 55,188 (2018-19). It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 14,907. It practices semester-based academic calendar. First-year students live together on north campus, and the university has housing options for upperclassmen and graduate students, though many choose to live off campus. Cornell has a thriving Greek life, with more than 60 fraternity and sorority chapters. Cornell’s two largest undergraduate colleges are the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
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|For students from India. To receive the undergraduate scholarship, a recipient must:
1. be a citizen of India and have attended secondary school in India;
2. be offered admission to Cornell as an undergraduate student;
3. be eligible for need-based financial aid.
Preference will be given to qualified students accepted to the College of Architecture, Art, and Planning; the College of Engineering; the Applied Economics and Management major in the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business; and majors across colleges in the biological sciences, physical sciences, and other “hard” sciences, as well as the social sciences.
|Cornell has a long and prestigious military history which started with the Morrill Act of 1862. Cornell's founding and designation as New York State's Land Grant University imparted to it the responsibility to provide military training and education programs. Cornell formally established a ROTC unit in 1917. Cornell graduates have served with distinction in every major conflict since the Spanish-American War. Cornell commissioned more officers in World War I than any other institution in the United States including the military academies. During World War II, Cornellians again responded with more than 20,000 serving in the armed forces in every theatre of war.