Cornell has a need-blind admissions policy, which means that we review your admissions application without considering whether you’ve applied for aid; Cornell awards all financial aid on the basis of demonstrated financial need. Cornell is pleased to be able to provide financial aid toa limited number of students who are citizens of countries other than the United States.
International applicants (students who are not U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, or who do not have refugee/asylee status) are eligible to apply for financial assistance and should follow the instructions listed below. Students who have dual U.S. citizenship should follow the instructions for U.S.Citizens and Permanent Residents, which can be found at www.finaid.cornell.edu. When you apply for financial aid, be sure to fully adhere to the financial aid application deadlines. For freshmen applying early decision, the deadline is November 1, and for freshmen applying regular decision, the deadline is January 3. For transfers applying for spring entry, the deadline is October 1; for transfersapplying for fall entry, the deadline is March 1. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Office of Financial Aid and Student Employment at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: All financial documents must be translated into English. Your financial aid application cannot be reviewed without all of the required documentation. 1. 2. Inform Cornell of your interest in applying forfinancial aid by completing and submitting the Cornell International Financial Aid Application. Register for and complete the online College Scholarship Service (CSS) PROFILE. Connect to College Board Online at www.collegeboard.com. Cornell’s CSS code is 2098. Your data will be sent electronically to Cornell within three weeks of completion. Provide Custodial Parent Income Documentation by submittingcopies of your parents’ most recent income tax returns or other documentation of family income. If your parents do not file taxes and cannot provide other income documentation, provide a signed statement explaining why they cannot provide documentation. Provide Noncustodial Parent Income Documentation (if applicable) by submitting copies of your noncustodial parent’s most recent income tax returnsor other documentation of family income. If your noncustodial parent does not file taxes and cannot provide other income documentation, provide a signed statement explaining why the parent cannot provide income documentation. 4a. If your parents are divorced, separated, or were never married, your noncustodial parent must complete the International Student Financial Aid Application availableonline at www.finaid.cornell.edu. 5. Send us a photocopy of your passport page(s) with your legal name and photo.
International Financial Aid Application Checklist
Cornell University International Financial Aid Application CSS PROFILE Custodial Parent Income Documentation Noncustodial Parent Income Documentation (if applicable) International Student Financial Aid Application(noncustodial parent, if applicable) Passport Photocopy Please include student's name and date of birth on all paper documents.
Please do not staple documents.
Paper application materials should be mailed to: Financial Aid Processing Center Cornell University 349 Pine Tree Road Ithaca, NY 14850-2899 or faxed to: 607.255.6329
2011 International Financial Aid Application (Freshman andTransfer)
Please fill out this form and return it to: Financial Aid Processing Center Cornell University 349 Pine Tree Road Ithaca, NY 14850-2899 U.S.A.
The submission/postmark deadlines for the International Financial Aid Application are as follows: Freshman Applicants Early decision: November 1 Regular decision: January 3 Transfer Applicants Spring-semester entry: October 1 Fall-semester...