Learning at Cornell is an experience that will both inspire and challenge. And that's just the way founder Ezra Cornell planned it: Ezra's founding philosophy was "I would found an institution where any person can find instruction in any study." With eight undergraduate colleges and schools, over 20 libraries, nearly 80 majors, and more than 4,000 courses, Cornell embodies Ezra's dream.
Take a moment to explore the wide range of Cornell’s academic offerings and programs and discover what inspires you.
Find your passion in one of Cornell's colleges or schools.
Explore how you can study abroad or work in global communities to affect real-world change.
What you can expect during your first year at Cornell.
Providing undergraduate research opportunities is a top priority at Cornell.
Check out the Cornell University Libraries, one of the most important resources for students on campus.
Explore links and other resources that can answer questions you might have about learning at Cornell.