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Cornell is unique in the sense each of its colleges admit its own students and provide their on faculty, but everyone gets the same Cornell degree. Cornell's largest undergraduate colleges are the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Cornell's breadth of study, ranging from an amazing humanities and arts program, to exquisit interdisciplinary research centers in nenotechnology, biotechnology, and genomics is what especially sets Cornell apart from its Ivy League peers. Cornell has also been aggressively expanding its international influence and is constantly setting up programs around the world.
|Global Brand||US Brand||Corporate Reputation||Engineering Program||Liberal Arts Program||Business Programs||Graduate Programs|
|International(Men & Women)%||19||-|
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||640 - 740|
|Math||680 - 780|
|Writing||650 - 750|
|Total Score||1970 - 2270|
|Fee||In-State||Out of State|
|Aid/Loan||No of students receiving aids||Percent of students receiving aids||Total amount of receiving aids||Average amount of receiving aids|
|Pell Grant Aid||2,333||16%||$9,678,852.00||$4,149.00|
|Fedral Student Loan||4,498||32%||$22,267,950.00||$4,951.00|
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