NYS College of Agriculture & Life Sciences at Cornell University

The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS), one of the seven undergraduate colleges at Cornell University, is regarded as the finest and most comprehensive college of its type in the world. It is the only college of agriculture and life sciences in the Ivy League and the second largest college at Cornell.

The College is committed to research, education and outreach to improve the quality of life in New York State, the nation, and the world. CALS offers over 20 majors, all focusing on the four College priorities: Life Sciences, Applied Social Sciences, Environmental Sciences, and Agriculture and Food. Undergraduates have the chance to use their skills and knowledge to answer some the world's most pressing social, economic, and scientific challenges.

CALS offers a comprehensive career and academic advising system and research opportunities for undergraduate students, as well as a range of academic and experiential prospects.

Campus Stats:

Location:  Ithaca, NY
Undergraduates:  3,390
Student/Faculty Ratio:  7 to 1

Freshman Profile, Middle 50%:

SAT Scores*:  1240-1430
*Critical reading and math scores only

Visit www.cals.cornell.edu