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Tips for Applying to Cornell
- Admissions and Admitted Student FAQ page (includes specific information for applicants who are undocumented and DACA status holders)
- Steps for Admission
- Diversity Fellowships
- Tips for Requesting Letters of Recommendation
- Writing Your Statement of Purpose
- Application Fee Waiver Information
Informational Resources for Prospective Students
- Summer Research Opportunities for Undergraduates
- GRE Fee Reduction Program
- Graduate Resources for Women in STEM
- Grad School Advice for 1st Generation Students: A Graduate Student Blog
- Graduate Scholarships for Women
- Master’s Degree Guide for Women
- College Resources and Financial Aid for Hispanic Students
- Resources for Undocumented Students
- 10 Ways to Support Undocumented Students
- Student Disability Services
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