Ph.D. Visit Resources

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Virtual Tours

Never been to campus? Don’t worry – we’ve got virtual tours to guide you.

MAE Graduate Programs video

Graduate School Virtual Resource Fair

Visit the Cornell Graduate School Virtual Resource Fair now through April 15, 2022.

Information for Admitted Students

Admitted Grad Student Information from the Graduate School.

Belonging at Cornell

You Belong at Cornell!

Office of Inclusion and Student Engagement at the Graduate School

Diversity Programs in Engineering

Why Cornell for Grad School?

View the Ph.D. Program Metrics.

View the College of Engineering Career Resources.

Visit Pathways to Success.


VeryApt Cornell Engineering Housing Guide

Grad School Housing Information

Grad School Housing Tips

Ithaca Area

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Tompkins Consolidated Area Transit (TCAT) – Area bus transportation

“Ithaca is Gorges!” We have so many local parks and hiking trails and the TCAT bus can get you there! The TCAT to Trails guide will show you how.

Cornell/Ithaca Area Virtual Tours

Ithaca is Gorges! Cornell is situated between two gorges. Each gorge carved by millions of years of running water gives us some of the most beautiful natural waterfalls and scenic hikes. It truly is “gorgeous."

Happy Autumn

Enjoy a short video of the Ithaca campus in the fall. Special thanks to CALSAA student board member Maya Barbieri ’22 for putting together this video!

Fall at Cornell Botanic Gardens. The F.R. Newman Arboretum, cultivated gardens, and on-campus natural areas are putting on a show like no other, delighting with the colors and textures of the changing seasons.

Glorious to View

There are two versions of the Cornell University - Glorious to View video, created for Cornell’s sesquicentennial. Long version, short version.

A Cornell Instagram video with students starting in Spring 2021 to help orient them as they not only need to transition to a new academic environment, but a campus environment which includes testing protocols, social distancing, and other cultural norms which the rest of the students adjusted to in Fall but will be an added complexity for incoming students this Spring.