Scroll down for data relating to student admissions, student enrollment, graduation, tuition and employees.
Click on the “Enrollment” thumbnail, right, for counts of undergraduate, graduate and professional students as of the sixth week of the semester.
Use the tabs across the top of the page to find details.
Graduation and Degrees Conferred
Click on the “Graduation and Degrees” thumbnail, right, for:
- Graduation rates for undergrads by college, race and sex
- Number of degrees conferred at the Ithaca campus by student college and academic program
Types of degrees conferred by Cornell University
Academic employees include ranked professors, instructors, lecturers, teaching associates, research and extension associates, librarians, and archivists. Temporary employees (including all post docs) and casual employees are thus excluded. Academics on leave are
included. Headcounts are as of November 1.
Click on “Academics” thumbnail, right, and use the tabs across the top of the page to find details.
When counting employees, we exclude student employees, temporary employees, casual employees, and those on layoff or leave status. Headcounts are as of November 1 each year.
Click on the “Nonacademic staff” thumbnail, right, and use the tabs across the top for details.
Cornell academic year tuitions and mandatory fees since 1972. Historical figures have not been adjusted for inflation.
Click on the “Tuition” thumbnail, right.