Cornell Applicant Id
Students who are accepted and indicate by paying a deposit that they intend to matriculate at Cornell are assigned a NetID. A NetID is similar to the last part of your Applicant ID. Once you activate your NetID, your ApplicantID will be disabled, and you will use your NetID to authenticate to Cornell services.
Prospective Applicants Cornell is proud of our extensive financial aid programs that help students and their families turn the dream of a Cornell education into a reality. Financial aid is a complex process and we are here to help.
Spring Transfer 2020 applicants should complete the 2019-20 CSS PROFILE and 2019-20 Noncustodial PROFILE (if applicable). All other applicants should complete the 2020-21 CSS Profile. The 2020-21 CSS Profile will be available beginning on October 1, 2019.. This online application, along with your FAFSA information, will help determine your eligibility for Cornell student aid funds.
The Cornell University identification card identifies you as a current member of the Cornell community. Depending on your relationship to the university and the services that you sign up for, your ID card can also be used as an electronic door key and to access a variety of functions and facilities on campus.
Voluntary EEO Information. Thank you for applying for a position at Cornell University. To achieve our goal of a diverse and inclusive workforce and to comply with EEO recordkeeping, reporting, and other legal requirements, we request that you complete this information questionnarie.
Please note, the ability to login to this page is not an indication of admission to CALS. Please wait for your official notification from Cornell University. Once you have paid your deposit you will be assigned a Cornell NetID, and your Applicant ID will be removed. As soon as you have activated your NetID, you can use the second link to view