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April 14–25, 2016

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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Take a Seat
4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Welcome! Pull up a chair.Take some time to de-stress from your day of travel and join Community Center Programs for light refreshments and board games to prepare yourself for your upcoming Cornell Days adventure.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
4:00 PM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Your Cornell, Your Way
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Congratulations! You are well on your way to becoming a bona-fide college student and while we are sure you have it well under control, it never hurts to have a little help. Join Community Center Programs in creating customizable campus maps to track your must-see sites. Check out our mocktail and trail mix bar as you forge your own pathway to discover what Cornell has to offer.
Arch Sing with the Chordials, Hearsay, and Absolute A Capella
8:45 PM–9:00 PM
Balch Arch
Event type: Social
Come enjoy a performance by some of Cornell's many a capella groups. A capella is a huge student life tradition here at Cornell and attending an a capella performance is #94 on the "161 Things To Do at Cornell" List.
Ice Cream Social with Cornell Ambassadors
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, First Floor
Event types: Any, Social
Meet, greet, and eat! The Cornell Ambassadors will be dishing up some of their favorite Cornell ice cream flavors, as well as a few stories of their own. Join us for the real scoop!

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
7:00 AM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

ART 2201
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall 421
Event type: Class
Painting: Introduction to Painting
Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
ART 2701
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 222
Event type: Class
Digital Media: Introduction to Digital Media
ART 2301
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall B23
Event type: Class
Print Media: Introduction to Print Media
ART 2401
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Foundry 107
Event type: Class
Introduction to Sculpture
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

COMM 2760
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Warren Hall 175
Event type: Class
Persuasion and Social Influence
HADM 1210
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Financial Accounting
HADM 2250
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Finance

Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

DSOC 2201
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Riley-Robb Hall 125
Event type: Class
Society and Natural Resources
DEA 1150
9:05 AM–1:10 PM
Human Ecology Building T14
Event type: Class
Design Graphics and Visualization
CS 1110
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Introduction to Computing Using Python
PHYS 2213
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics II, Electromagnetism
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

ILROB 1220
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 105
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Fine Arts Studio Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted fine arts students will have a guided tour of a studio while class is in session.


AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

AAP Self-Guided Johnson Museum Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Johnson Museum of Art
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted AAP students are encouraged to visit the Johnson Museum, conveniently located next to Tjaden Hall.

MUSIC 2280
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Lincoln Hall 124
Event type: Class
Experimental Music
ASTRO 2201
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Space Sciences Building 105
Event type: Class
The History of the Universe
JWST 2575
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Rockefeller Hall 132
Event type: Class
Myth and Religion in Mesopotamia
COGST 1101
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Uris Hall G01
Event type: Class
Introduction to Cognitive Science
CRP 1101
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Stocking Hall 146
Event type: Class
The Global City
ILRST 2100
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Introductory Statistics
PAM 3040
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 153
Event type: Class
Immigration and Public Policy
FSAD 2640
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Human Ecology Building T23
Event type: Class
Fashion Draping
HADM 1410
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 1650
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 291
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 2250
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Finance

HADM 3010
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Service Operations Management
CHEM 2080
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
General Chemistry II
AEP 1200
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Physical Sciences Building 120
Event type: Class
Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
ENGRI/BME1310
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Weill Hall 224
Event type: Class
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
ENGRI/MAE 1270
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Olin Hall 245
Event type: Class
Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Engineering
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Peter Wittich
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Physical Sciences Building 397
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Peter Wittich
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

CS 1110
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Introduction to Computing Using Python
PHYS 2213
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics II, Electromagnetism
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


HADM 1650
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 441
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
ARTH 2600
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 132
Event type: Class
Introduction to Art History: The Modern Era
ILRLE 2400
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 115
Event type: Class
Economics of Wages and Employment
HD 1170
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
HADM 1410
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 2010
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Hospitality Quantitative Analysis
EAS 2250
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Snee Hall 2146
Event type: Class
The Earth System
AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
CHEM 2080
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
General Chemistry II
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

ART 2601
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
EAS 1220
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Kimball Hall B11
Event type: Class
Earthquake!
PHIL 2621
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Rockefeller Hall 115
Event type: Class
Minds and Machines
HIST 2411
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
White Hall 104
Event type: Class
Enslaved! Then and Now
CLASS 2700
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 142
Event type: Class
Introduction to Art History: The Classical World in 24 Objects
ART 2503
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 424
Event type: Class
Drawing: Introduction to Drawing
ILRLR 2040
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Introduction to Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
NS 3150
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Uris Hall G01
Event type: Class
Obesity and the Regulation of Body Weight
PAM 2030
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G71
Event type: Class
Population and Public Policy
FSAD 4390
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G73
Event type: Class
Biomedical Materials and Devices for Human Body Repair
HADM 1410
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 2010
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Hospitality Quantitative Analysis
ECE 3140
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Embedded Systems
Rappelling with Cornell Outdoor Education
2:00 PM–4:00 PM
Schoellkopf Stadium
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Take advantage of this unique opportunity and rappel 40' off the Schoellkopf Stadium. All equipment is provided, and no experience is necessary! Come and enjoy the unique view of Ithaca!

Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Studying Biological Sciences
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Academic Session
We’ve entered the “Century of Biology.” There is so much to learn and discover about the life sciences, and it all begins with your education at Cornell! Office of Undergraduate Biology advisors will join students to introduce you to academic, research, and career opportunities in biology and answer your questions. Interested students who are unable to attend this program should try to visit the Office of Undergraduate Biology in 216 Stimson Hall to talk with Student Advisors about the major, as well as visit www.biology.cornell.edu. Advance registration is not necessary.

Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) office hours
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall B7
Event type: Department/office hours
Ms. Haiyan Wang, Assistant Director of the China and Asia-Pacific Studies Program (CAPS) will be in her office at McGraw Hall B7 to answer questions about the CAPS program.

ARCH 1502
2:30 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 101
Event type: Class
Representation II: Media of Representation
DSOC 2650
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Latinos in the United States
COML 2050
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Introduction to Poetry
LSP 2010
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
Latinos in the United States
HADM 3010
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Service Operations Management
HADM 1650
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
BEE 3600
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Riley-Robb Hall 125
Event type: Class
Molecular & Cellular Bioengineering
Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Cornell Glee Club Rehearsal
4:45 PM–6:00 PM
Sage Chapel
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, General
The Cornell Glee Club, a choral ensemble for male voices, is busy preparing for an upcoming concert. Come observe a rehearsal and learn more about the Cornell choral program. For more information contact president@gleeclub.cornell.edu.



Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Cornell Chorus Rehearsal
6:00 PM–7:15 PM
Sage Chapel
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, General
The Cornell Chorus, a choral ensemble for female voices, is busy preparing for an upcoming concert. Come observe a rehearsal and learn more about the Cornell choral program. For more information contact president@chorus.cornell.edu.



Big Red Pride
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social
From the clock tower chimes to student section chants, Cornell's campus is always bursting with pride. Join Community Center Programs to learn what current students say makes them proud to be a Cornellian. Celebrate Big Red Pride with custom button-making, photo station, and locally-made snacks. Add your voice to our story!
Ice Cream Social with Cornell Ambassadors
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, First Floor
Event types: Any, Social
Meet, greet, and eat! The Cornell Ambassadors will be dishing up some of their favorite Cornell ice cream flavors, as well as a few stories of their own. Join us for the real scoop!
Arch Sing with the Hangovers and AfterEight
9:15 PM–9:30 PM
Balch Arch
Event type: Social
Come enjoy a performance by some of Cornell's many a capella groups. A capella is a huge student life tradition here at Cornell and attending an a capella performance is #94 on the "161 Things To Do at Cornell" List.

Friday, April 15, 2016

Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
7:00 AM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Commitment Programs Information Session
8:30 AM–9:30 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Multipurpose Room
Event type: General
New Cornell families with questions about the three university-wide Cornell Commitment undergraduate-recognition programs are welcome to attend an information session sponsored by the Office of the Cornell Commitment. Cornell Tradition Fellowships, Meinig Family Cornell National Scholarships, and Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholarships are awarded to a select number of undergraduates who exemplify the core values of service, work, leadership, inquiry, and academic excellence. Accepted students who have been granted membership into these prestigious programs will be notified by mail before the start of Cornell Days. Should your visit not correspond with this session, you may stop by the Cornell Commitment Office in 103 Day Hall at any time.
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

PLHRT 1115
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
The Nature of Plants
Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

AIS 2660
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
McGraw Hall 165
Event type: Class
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History

CRP 1101
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 2370
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Human Ecology Building 113
Event type: Class
Structural Fabric Design
MATH 1920
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
ENGRD 2020
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Phillips Hall 101
Event type: Class
Statics and Mechanics of Solids
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat *no class 4/11
CRP 1101
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 4700
10:10 AM–1:10 PM
Human Ecology Building T20
Event type: Class
Fashion Promotion and Presentation
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

AAP Self-Guided Johnson Museum Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Johnson Museum of Art
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted AAP students are encouraged to visit the Johnson Museum, conveniently located next to Tjaden Hall.

EAS 2680
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Malott Hall 228
Event type: Class
Climate and Global Warming
ENGRD/ECE 2100
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Phillips Hall 219
Event type: Class
Intro to Circuits for Electrical & Computer Engineers
PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat
PHYS 1116
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Mechanics and Special Relativity
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Itai Cohen
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Clark Hall 508
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Itai Cohen
MATH 2220
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II

CRP 1101
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 4360
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 157
Event type: Class
Fiber Chemistry
NS 3410
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Bailey Hall 101
Event type: Class
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

MATH 1920
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Upson Hall B17
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
MATH 2930
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
CHEME 3230
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 255
Event type: Class
Fluid Mechanics
PHYS 2218
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Physics III: Waves and Thermal Physics
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
NTRES 2010
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event type: Class
Environmental Conservation
CHEM 1570
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
CRP 1101
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
ARCH 1102
12:20 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 201
Event type: Class
Design II
DEA 1050
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 280
Event type: Class
Career Explorations
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

Human Ecology 101
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Get an impression of your first-year experience in Human Ecology by attending this panel discussion led by faculty members and college counselors. Learn firsthand what to expect in your introductory courses in Human Ecology and how to strategically combine your course work with internships, undergraduate research, and off-campus study.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

AAP Architecture Studio Class Visit
12:20 PM–1:00 PM
Milstein Hall, 2nd floor
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted architecture students will have a guided tour of the architecture studio facilities while class is in session.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
MATH 2930
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
ENGRI 1140
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Kimball Hall B11
Event type: Class
Materials: The Future of Energy
Science & Engineering Fair
1:30 PM–4:00 PM
Duffield Hall, Atrium
Event types: Any, Academic Session
The Science and Engineering Fair is a huge annual event designed to showcase all of Cornell’s amazing work in science, technology and engineering. There will be interactive exhibitions of novel scientific principles from engineering competition teams, research groups, and science, technology, engineering, & math interest groups! This is a good opportunity for students to learn about different science and engineering projects on campus. Hosted by Tau Beta Pi.

Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Cornell Undergraduate Research Board Panel
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 132
Event types: General, Academic Session
The Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) is composed of undergraduate students who participate in research and are interested in promoting such student participation. These sessions feature a panel of CURB students discussing the opportunities for and benefits of conducting research as an undergraduate at Cornell, and how to get involved in research projects.
Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
China and Asia-Pacific Studies(CAPS) Information Session
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall, M101F
Event types: Academic Session, Department/office hours
CAPS is a unique undergraduate program designed to train future leaders in the various domains of U.S.-China relations. The program provides a wide selection of courses on contemporary China's politics, economy and U.S.-China relations, and multiple tracks for Chinese language trainings. Meanwhile, CAPS students will enjoy the excitement of two off-campus semesters in Washington D.C. and Beijing while completing high-quality internships both home and abroad. The CAPS major is offered to students within the College of Arts and Sciences, and the CAPS minor to all Cornell undergraduates. Current CAPS students and faculty will be present at the information session to answer questions about the CAPS major and minor. It will be a great opportunity for those who are interested in exploring opportunities in this unique program.
Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Paddling Session with the Outing Club
3:00 PM–5:00 PM
Beebe Lake (at North end of footbridge, take dirt road leading down to lake and to the canoe rack. Outing Club members will be standing in front of Jape's Lodge)
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social
The Cornell Outing Club is offering open paddling sessions on Beebe Lake during Cornell Days! We have everything you need for some relaxing canoe time, just come with a friend, family member or stranger and enjoy Cornell's beautiful slice of nature. No experience needed. *Weather dependent—do not function in rain.
Johnson Museum Tour with Cornell Ambassadors
3:30 PM–4:30 PM
Johnson Museum of Art, Gussman Entry, located in the wing directly off the parking lot
Event types: Social, Tours, General
Join student ambassadors while you learn about the rich history of art in Cornell’s own museum located on central campus. Enjoy the incredible views from the fifth floor of the museum.
Cayuga's Waiters performance
3:30 PM–4:30 PM
Ho Plaza
Event type: Social
Come to Ho Plaza to enjoy a great view of the clocktower and a performance by Cornell's oldest a capella group, the Cayuga's Waiters. A capella is a huge student life tradition here at Cornell and attending a Waiters performance is #4 on the "161 Things To Do at Cornell" list. Rain location: Willard Straight Hall, Lobby.
BIOEE 1780
3:35 PM–4:25 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event types: Academic Core, Class
An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity
Physics Informational Open House
4:15 PM–5:15 PM
Clark Hall, 701
Event types: Academic Session, Department/office hours
Come learn about the Physics Department at Cornell University! Light refreshments will be served.

Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Sunday, April 17, 2016

Take a Seat
4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Welcome! Pull up a chair.Take some time to de-stress from your day of travel and join Community Center Programs for light refreshments and board games to prepare yourself for your upcoming Cornell Days adventure.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
4:00 PM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

The Future Looks 2020
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
It's no mystery that Cornell has a long history of achievements and we are excited to add the Class of 2020 to the list! Join Community Center Programs in customizing your own pennant while brushing up on trivia about Cornell's past accomplishments. Mocktails and snacks will be provided.
Big Red Showcase
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Auditorium
Event types: Social, General
Get a taste of the Big Red pride while Cornell’s amazing a cappella groups, dance troupes, and so much more, perform just for you. Sponsored by the Cornell Ambassadors.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
7:00 AM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

ART 2401
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Foundry 107
Event type: Class
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 2601
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

PLHRT 1115
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
The Nature of Plants
HADM 1360
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Introduction to Foodservice Management
HADM 1650
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 391
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 3210
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Principles of Hospitality Real Estate
HADM 2810
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 198
Event type: Class
Human Resource Management
Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

ECON 1110
9:00 AM–9:50 AM
Statler Hall 185
Event type: Class
Introductory Microeconomics
AIS 2660
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
McGraw Hall 165
Event type: Class
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History

ARCH 1612
9:05 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 157
Event type: Class
Structural Concepts
FSAD 2370
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Human Ecology Building 113
Event type: Class
Structural Fabric Design
MATH 1920
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
ENGRD 2020
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Phillips Hall 101
Event type: Class
Statics and Mechanics of Solids
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat *no class 4/11
ECON 1120
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Uris Hall G01
Event type: Class
Introductory Macroeconomics
CRP 3840
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Rockefeller Hall 132
Event type: Class
Green Cities
ILROB 1220
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 105
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
HADM 1360
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Introduction to Foodservice Management
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Fine Arts Studio Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted fine arts students will have a guided tour of a studio while class is in session.


AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

HADM 1150
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills
EAS 2680
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Malott Hall 228
Event type: Class
Climate and Global Warming
ENGRD/ECE 2100
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Phillips Hall 219
Event type: Class
Intro to Circuits for Electrical & Computer Engineers
PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat
PHYS 1116
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Mechanics and Special Relativity
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Katja Nowack
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Clark Hall 524
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Katja Nowack
BIOMG 1290
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
Personal Genomics and Medicine: Why You Should Care About What's in Your Genes
MATH 2220
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II

FSAD 4360
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 157
Event type: Class
Fiber Chemistry
HD 3490
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G71
Event type: Class
Positive Psychology
DEA 1500
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Statler Hall 185
Event type: Class
Introduction to Environmental Psychology
NS 3410
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Bailey Hall 101
Event type: Class
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

MATH 1920
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Upson Hall B17
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
MATH 2930
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
CHEME 3230
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 255
Event type: Class
Fluid Mechanics
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II
PHYS 2218
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Physics III: Waves and Thermal Physics
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


ILRIC 4330
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Politics of the Global North
HADM 1650
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 391
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 1350
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Introduction to Hotel Operations
HADM 3470
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 198
Event type: Class
Consumer Behavior
HADM 3210
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Principles of Hospitality Real Estate
NTRES 2010
12:10 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event type: Class
Environmental Conservation
AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
CHEM 1570
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
ANTHR 2400
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Cultural Diversity

ARCH 1102
12:20 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 201
Event type: Class
Design II
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

AAP Architecture Studio Class Visit
12:20 PM–1:00 PM
Milstein Hall, 2nd floor
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted architecture students will have a guided tour of the architecture studio facilities while class is in session.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
MATH 2930
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

BIOMG 3350
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Bradfield Hall 101
Event type: Class
Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology

ART 2601
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
ART 2201
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 421
Event type: Class
Painting: Introduction to Painting
ART 2301
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall B04
Event type: Class
Print Media: Introduction to Print Media
ILROB 3730
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Culture, Leadership and Change
Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Tour of the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Schwartz Center, second floor lobby
Event types: Tours, General, Department/office hours
Cornell University’s Department of Performing and Media Arts is housed within the elegant Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts. A regionally recognized cultural facility, the Schwartz Center’s marble walls encompass all the elements needed for teaching and performance in theatre, film and dance: four performance spaces; dance and theatre rehearsal studios; scenery, costume and prop shops; sound and lighting design studios; and state of the art film editing and production suites. Students also benefit from campus visits by alumni, internship programs, workshops, conferences and the offerings of Cornell Cinema, one of the nation's top campus cinemas. For a complete list of PMA courses and events, visit pma.cornell.edu or call 607.254.2700.

Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
HADM 1650
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 441
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 2550
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Hospitality Development and Planning
ENGRI 1140
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Kimball Hall B11
Event type: Class
Materials: The Future of Energy
Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Pre-Vet Presentation
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Academic Session
Prospective pre-vet students are invited to attend this information session. Learn what veterinary schools think about majors, required courses, vet experiences and extracurriculars. An audio recording of the 2015 program is available in the Career Services website at media.career.cornell.edu.
Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
Ice Cream Social with Cornell Abroad & Engaged Learning and Research
2:30 PM–3:30 PM
Ag Quad, in front of Caldwell Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Come learn about academic and service-learning options internationally and domestically with students from Cornell Abroad and Engaged Learning and Research.


China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) Ambassador Tour
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall, meet in the front
Event types: Tours, Department/office hours
Specially designed campus tours led by current CAPS students for those who want to get a closer feel for the CAPS experience and relevant resources on campus. Contact Ms. Wang at hw365@cornell.edu or 607-254-5336 to reserve a space. Weather dependent.



CS/INFO 2300
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Intermediate Design & Programming for the Web
PAM 3550
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 280
Event type: Class
Economics of Education
HADM 1150
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills
HADM 2550
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Hospitality Development and Planning
Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Career Services Overview
3:30 PM–4:15 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: General
The Class of 2020 is invited to attend this information session about Cornell Career Services. Learn how we will work with you as early as your first year to help you understand your strengths, solidify your career goals, and implement a successful strategy to attain your desired career outcome.
BIOEE 1780
3:35 PM–4:25 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event types: Academic Core, Class
An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity
General Physics Colloquium
4:00 PM–5:00 PM
Rockefeller Hall, 2nd Floor, Schwartz Auditorium
Event type: Academic Session
General Physics Colloquium with Nima Arkani-Hamed, IAS, Princeton, AD White Professor-at-Large
Canoeing on Beebe Lake with Cornell Outdoor Education
5:00 PM–7:00 PM
Beebe Lake Beach near Triphammer Foot Bridge
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social
Paddle around beautiful Beebe Lake in the heart of campus and explore the hidden gorge and island. No experience necessary.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Take a Seat
4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Welcome! Pull up a chair.Take some time to de-stress from your day of travel and join Community Center Programs for light refreshments and board games to prepare yourself for your upcoming Cornell Days adventure.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
4:00 PM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Cornell Undergraduate Research Board Spring Forum Poster Session
5:00 PM–7:00 PM
Duffield Hall, Atrium
Event type: General
The 2016 Spring Forum is a semesterly Poster Session hosted by the Cornell Undergraduate Research Board. Undergraduate Cornell students who have conducted research projects get an opportunity to showcase the amazing research they've done and practice presentation skills. Spring Forum attracts over 100 presentations every year, with presentations of projects conducted in a wide variety of fields and research presentations. Free pizza will be served, presentations will be judged by graduate students and top presenters will be awarded. Come to Spring Forum to check out all the amazing research work done by Cornell undergraduates!
Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Movie Night with China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS)
6:00 PM–9:00 PM
Rockefeller Hall 185
Event types: Social, Department/office hours
The China and Asia-Pacific Studies Program invites you to join us for a movie night featuring a 2003 Chinese movie (with English subtitles) entitled "Blind Shaft" (¿¿), followed by a post-film discussion led by Professors Andrew Mertha and Jessica Chen Weiss. Pizza and soda drink will be served. Blind Shaft is a 2003 film about a pair of brutal con artists operating in the illegal coal mines of present-day northern China. The film was written and directed by Li Yang (¿¿), and is based on Chinese writer Liu Qingbang's short novel Shen Mu (Sacred Wood).
Your Cornell, Your Way
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Congratulations! You are well on your way to becoming a bona-fide college student and while we are sure you have it well under control, it never hurts to have a little help. Join Community Center Programs in creating customizable campus maps to track your must-see sites. Check out our mocktail and trail mix bar as you forge your own pathway to discover what Cornell has to offer.
Ice Cream Social with Cornell Ambassadors
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, First Floor
Event types: Any, Social
Meet, greet, and eat! The Cornell Ambassadors will be dishing up some of their favorite Cornell ice cream flavors, as well as a few stories of their own. Join us for the real scoop!

Thursday, April 21, 2016

Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
7:00 AM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

ART 2201
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall 421
Event type: Class
Painting: Introduction to Painting
Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
ART 2701
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 222
Event type: Class
Digital Media: Introduction to Digital Media
ART 2301
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall B23
Event type: Class
Print Media: Introduction to Print Media
ART 2401
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Foundry 107
Event type: Class
Introduction to Sculpture
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

ANSC 2210
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Morrison Hall 146
Event type: Class
Principles of Animal Genetics
COMM 2760
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Warren Hall 175
Event type: Class
Persuasion and Social Influence
HADM 1210
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Financial Accounting
HADM 2250
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Finance

Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

DSOC 2201
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Riley-Robb Hall 125
Event type: Class
Society and Natural Resources
DEA 1150
9:05 AM–1:10 PM
Human Ecology Building T14
Event type: Class
Design Graphics and Visualization
CS 1110
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Introduction to Computing Using Python
PHYS 2213
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics II, Electromagnetism
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

ILROB 1220
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 105
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Fine Arts Studio Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted fine arts students will have a guided tour of a studio while class is in session.


AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

AAP Self-Guided Johnson Museum Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Johnson Museum of Art
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted AAP students are encouraged to visit the Johnson Museum, conveniently located next to Tjaden Hall.

MUSIC 2280
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Lincoln Hall 124
Event type: Class
Experimental Music
ASTRO 2201
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Space Sciences Building 105
Event type: Class
The History of the Universe
JWST 2575
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Rockefeller Hall 132
Event type: Class
Myth and Religion in Mesopotamia
CRP 1101
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Stocking Hall 146
Event type: Class
The Global City
ILRST 2100
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Introductory Statistics
PAM 3040
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 153
Event type: Class
Immigration and Public Policy
FSAD 2640
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Human Ecology Building T23
Event type: Class
Fashion Draping
HADM 1410
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 1650
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 291
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 2250
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Finance

HADM 3010
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Service Operations Management
CHEM 2080
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
General Chemistry II
AEP 1200
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Physical Sciences Building 120
Event type: Class
Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanoengineering
ENGRI/BME1310
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Weill Hall 224
Event type: Class
Introduction to Biomedical Engineering
ENGRI/MAE 1270
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Olin Hall 245
Event type: Class
Introduction to Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Engineering
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Julia Thom-Levy
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Physical Sciences Building 395
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Julia Thom-Levy
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

CS 1110
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Introduction to Computing Using Python
PHYS 2213
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics II, Electromagnetism
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


HADM 1650
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 441
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
ARTH 2600
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 132
Event type: Class
Introduction to Art History: The Modern Era
ILRLE 2400
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 115
Event type: Class
Economics of Wages and Employment
HD 1170
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Adolescence and Emerging Adulthood
HADM 1410
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 2010
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Hospitality Quantitative Analysis
EAS 2250
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Snee Hall 2146
Event type: Class
The Earth System
AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
CHEM 2080
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
General Chemistry II
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

BIOMG 3350
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Bradfield Hall 101
Event type: Class
Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology

ART 2601
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
PLPPM 2010
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event type: Class
Magical Mushrooms, Mischievous Molds
EAS 1220
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Kimball Hall B11
Event type: Class
Earthquake!
PHIL 2621
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Rockefeller Hall 115
Event type: Class
Minds and Machines
HIST 2411
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
White Hall 104
Event type: Class
Enslaved! Then and Now
CLASS 2700
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 142
Event type: Class
Introduction to Art History: The Classical World in 24 Objects
ART 2503
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 424
Event type: Class
Drawing: Introduction to Drawing
ILRLR 2040
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Introduction to Conflict Resolution and Negotiation
NS 3150
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Uris Hall G01
Event type: Class
Obesity and the Regulation of Body Weight
PAM 2030
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G71
Event type: Class
Population and Public Policy
FSAD 4390
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G73
Event type: Class
Biomedical Materials and Devices for Human Body Repair
HD 2800
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Warren Hall 175
Event type: Class
Cultural Psychology
HADM 1410
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Microeconomics for the Service Industry
HADM 2010
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Hospitality Quantitative Analysis
ECE 3140
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Embedded Systems
Rock Climbing with Cornell Outdoor Education
2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Lindseth Climbing Wall, Bartels Hall
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social
Climb on North America's largest natural rock climbing wall. No experience necessary.
Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Studying Biological Sciences
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Academic Session
We’ve entered the “Century of Biology.” There is so much to learn and discover about the life sciences, and it all begins with your education at Cornell! Office of Undergraduate Biology advisors will join students to introduce you to academic, research, and career opportunities in biology and answer your questions. Interested students who are unable to attend this program should try to visit the Office of Undergraduate Biology in 216 Stimson Hall to talk with Student Advisors about the major, as well as visit www.biology.cornell.edu. Advance registration is not necessary.

Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) office hours
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall B7
Event type: Department/office hours
Ms. Haiyan Wang, Assistant Director of the China and Asia-Pacific Studies Program (CAPS) will be in her office at McGraw Hall B7 to answer questions about the CAPS program.

ARCH 1502
2:30 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 101
Event type: Class
Representation II: Media of Representation
DSOC 2650
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Latinos in the United States
COML 2050
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Introduction to Poetry
LSP 2010
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
Latinos in the United States
HADM 3010
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Service Operations Management
HADM 1650
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
BEE 3600
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Riley-Robb Hall 125
Event type: Class
Molecular & Cellular Bioengineering
Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
RCPRS Senior Expo
5:00 PM–6:30 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Social, General, Academic Session
Nearly 50 talented Cornell University seniors will present and discuss their research at the annual RCPRS Senior Expo. The expo, which is free and open to the public, is the capstone experience for the Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholars (RCPRS) program. Open to students in all academic disciplines, across all seven Cornell undergraduate colleges, the Rawlings scholars program supports a select group of students by providing resources for sustained engagement in research and scholarly study in close relationship with faculty and other mentors. RCPRS is part of The Cornell Commitment, which includes two other student recognition programs: the Meinig Family Cornell National Scholars program and The Cornell Tradition.

Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Big Red Pride
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social
From the clock tower chimes to student section chants, Cornell's campus is always bursting with pride. Join Community Center Programs to learn what current students say makes them proud to be a Cornellian. Celebrate Big Red Pride with custom button-making, photo station, and locally-made snacks. Add your voice to our story!
A.D. White Professors-at-Large Public Lecture with Nima Arkani-Hamed
7:00 PM–8:00 PM
Rockefeller Hall, Schwartz Auditorium, 2nd Floor
Event types: Academic Session, Department/office hours
A.D. White Professors-at-Large Public Lecture with Nima Arkani-Hamed, “The Morality of Fundamental Physics”
Ice Cream Social with Cornell Ambassadors
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, First Floor
Event types: Any, Social
Meet, greet, and eat! The Cornell Ambassadors will be dishing up some of their favorite Cornell ice cream flavors, as well as a few stories of their own. Join us for the real scoop!

Friday, April 22, 2016

Cornell Abroad Student Photo Exhibit
7:00 AM–6:30 PM
The Gallery, Willard Straight Hall
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Enjoy the adventures of Cornellians who studied abroad in the annual Student Photo Exhibit in the Gallery in WSH. Be awed and amused by a Gallery full of pictures of our students and the people, places, and animals they encounter around our world. For more about Study Abroad: www.cuabroad.cornell.edu 

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

AIS 2660
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
McGraw Hall 165
Event type: Class
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History

CRP 1101
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 2370
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Human Ecology Building 113
Event type: Class
Structural Fabric Design
MATH 1920
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
ENGRD 2020
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Phillips Hall 101
Event type: Class
Statics and Mechanics of Solids
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat *no class 4/11
CRP 1101
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 4700
10:10 AM–1:10 PM
Human Ecology Building T20
Event type: Class
Fashion Promotion and Presentation
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

AAP Self-Guided Johnson Museum Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Johnson Museum of Art
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted AAP students are encouraged to visit the Johnson Museum, conveniently located next to Tjaden Hall.

EAS 2680
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Malott Hall 228
Event type: Class
Climate and Global Warming
ENGRD/ECE 2100
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Phillips Hall 219
Event type: Class
Intro to Circuits for Electrical & Computer Engineers
PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat
PHYS 1116
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Mechanics and Special Relativity
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Jim Alexander
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Physical Sciences Building 318
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Jim Alexander
MATH 2220
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II

CRP 1101
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
FSAD 4360
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 157
Event type: Class
Fiber Chemistry
NS 3410
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Bailey Hall 101
Event type: Class
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

MATH 1920
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Upson Hall B17
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
MATH 2930
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
CHEME 3230
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 255
Event type: Class
Fluid Mechanics
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II
PHYS 2218
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Physics III: Waves and Thermal Physics
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
NTRES 2010
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event type: Class
Environmental Conservation
CHEM 1570
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
CRP 1101
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Hall 115
Event type: Class
The Global City
ARCH 1102
12:20 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 201
Event type: Class
Design II
DEA 1050
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 280
Event type: Class
Career Explorations
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

AAP Architecture Studio Class Visit
12:20 PM–1:00 PM
Milstein Hall, 2nd floor
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted architecture students will have a guided tour of the architecture studio facilities while class is in session.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
MATH 2930
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
ENGRI 1140
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Kimball Hall B11
Event type: Class
Materials: The Future of Energy
Rappelling with Cornell Outdoor Education
2:00 PM–4:00 PM
Schoellkopf Stadium
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Take advantage of this unique opportunity and rappel 40' off the Schoellkopf Stadium. All equipment is provided, and no experience is necessary! Come and enjoy the unique view of Ithaca!

Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Cornell Undergraduate Research Board Panel
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall 132
Event types: General, Academic Session
The Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) is composed of undergraduate students who participate in research and are interested in promoting such student participation. These sessions feature a panel of CURB students discussing the opportunities for and benefits of conducting research as an undergraduate at Cornell, and how to get involved in research projects.
Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) Ambassador Tour
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall, meet in the front
Event types: Tours, Department/office hours
Specially designed campus tours led by current CAPS students for those who want to get a closer feel for the CAPS experience and relevant resources on campus. Contact Ms. Wang at hw365@cornell.edu or 607-254-5336 to reserve a space. Weather dependent.



Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Paddling Session with the Outing Club
3:00 PM–5:00 PM
Beebe Lake (at North end of footbridge, take dirt road leading down to lake and to the canoe rack. Outing Club members will be standing in front of Jape's Lodge)
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social
The Cornell Outing Club is offering open paddling sessions on Beebe Lake during Cornell Days! We have everything you need for some relaxing canoe time, just come with a friend, family member or stranger and enjoy Cornell's beautiful slice of nature. No experience needed. *Weather dependent—do not function in rain.
Johnson Museum Tour with Cornell Ambassadors
3:30 PM–4:30 PM
Johnson Museum of Art, Gussman Entry, located in the wing directly off the parking lot
Event types: Social, Tours, General
Join student ambassadors while you learn about the rich history of art in Cornell’s own museum located on central campus. Enjoy the incredible views from the fifth floor of the museum.
BIOEE 1780
3:35 PM–4:25 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event types: Academic Core, Class
An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity
Physics Informational Open House
4:15 PM–5:15 PM
Clark Hall, 701
Event types: Academic Session, Department/office hours
Come learn about the Physics Department at Cornell University! Light refreshments will be served.

Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

PLHRT 1115
8:40 PM–9:55 AM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
The Nature of Plants

Sunday, April 24, 2016

Take a Seat
4:00 PM–5:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
Welcome! Pull up a chair.Take some time to de-stress from your day of travel and join Community Center Programs for light refreshments and board games to prepare yourself for your upcoming Cornell Days adventure.
Check In
4:00 PM–5:15 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Overnight Host Matching
5:30 PM–6:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, second floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Host Matching for overnight visits that have been confirmed through the Red Carpet Society take place on the second floor of Robert Purcell Community Center at 5:30 p.m. sharp. Please do not be late. You may store your luggage in RPCC 222 until just after host matching.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

The Future Looks 2020
6:30 PM–9:30 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 101
Event types: Any, Social
It's no mystery that Cornell has a long history of achievements and we are excited to add the Class of 2020 to the list! Join Community Center Programs in customizing your own pennant while brushing up on trivia about Cornell's past accomplishments. Mocktails and snacks will be provided.
Big Red Showcase
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Auditorium
Event types: Social, General
Get a taste of the Big Red pride while Cornell’s amazing a cappella groups, dance troupes, and so much more, perform just for you. Sponsored by the Cornell Ambassadors.

Monday, April 25, 2016

Chimes Concert
7:45 AM–8:00 AM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

ART 2401
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Foundry 107
Event type: Class
Introduction to Sculpture
ART 2601
8:00 AM–11:00 AM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
Check In
8:00 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Wendy Purcell Lounge
Event types: Any, General
Let us welcome you to Cornell! At Check In, you'll receive your Class of 2020 name tag. Use your name tag for a discount at Cornell Cinema, and free admission to athletic events and fitness centers. You and your family members will also receive complimentary bus passes and a Cornell Dining coupon.

Afternoon Check In hours are offered from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m on April 13, 14, 17, 20, 21 and 24 to accommodate those spending the night in preparation for their day visit the following day.
Commitment Programs Information Session
8:30 AM–9:30 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, Multipurpose Room
Event type: General
New Cornell families with questions about the three university-wide Cornell Commitment undergraduate-recognition programs are welcome to attend an information session sponsored by the Office of the Cornell Commitment. Cornell Tradition Fellowships, Meinig Family Cornell National Scholarships, and Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholarships are awarded to a select number of undergraduates who exemplify the core values of service, work, leadership, inquiry, and academic excellence. Accepted students who have been granted membership into these prestigious programs will be notified by mail before the start of Cornell Days. Should your visit not correspond with this session, you may stop by the Cornell Commitment Office in 103 Day Hall at any time.
Residential Life Expo
8:30 AM–10:00 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, first floor
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Get a sense of residential life at Cornell by seeing a mock residence hall room, viewing photographs and videos of building and room interiors, and speaking with professional residential staff and student RAs. There will also be representatives and information from the Tatkon Center for First-Year Students, Community Center Programs, and Cornell Dining, all important components to the residential experience.

PLHRT 1115
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
The Nature of Plants
HADM 1360
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Introduction to Foodservice Management
HADM 1650
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 391
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 3210
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Principles of Hospitality Real Estate
HADM 2810
8:40 AM–9:55 AM
Statler Hall 198
Event type: Class
Human Resource Management
Student Disability Services Cornell Days Walk In Hours
9:00 AM–4:00 PM
420 Computing and Communications Center
Event type: Department/office hours
We invite prospective students and their families to stop in and speak with a SDS Counselor about disability services and accommodations at Cornell. Located at 420 Computing and Communications Center on the Agriculture Quad, 607-254-4545. We look forward to meeting you!

ECON 1110
9:00 AM–9:50 AM
Statler Hall 185
Event type: Class
Introductory Microeconomics
AIS 2660
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
McGraw Hall 165
Event type: Class
Everything You Know About Indians is Wrong: Unlearning Native American History

ARCH 1612
9:05 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Hall 157
Event type: Class
Structural Concepts
FSAD 2370
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Human Ecology Building 113
Event type: Class
Structural Fabric Design
MATH 1920
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
ENGRD 2020
9:05 AM–9:55 AM
Phillips Hall 101
Event type: Class
Statics and Mechanics of Solids
Pre-Orientation Sessions
9:15 AM–9:45 AM
Robert Purcell Community Center, 220
Event types: Athletics/recreation, General
Learn about Cornell’s unique pre-orientation programs designed to help jump-start your college career and transition to college life before move-in day! Pre-orientation programs allow you to arrive to campus early and meet your classmates in small group settings. You can enjoy the outdoors, participate in community-service, discover academic opportunities and explore Cornell and the local community while discovering pathways for leadership development and learning. Some programs are free and many offer financial assistance. Involvement is completely optional and based on an application process. Participating programs include:
POST
Outdoor Odyssey
Cornell Catholic's overnight retreat
Chesterton House Community First-Year Retreat
Environmental Career Skills Program
Hillel's Freshmen Fest
• PREPARE
Air Force/Army/Marine Corps/Navy ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corps) New Student Orientation
College of Human Ecology Office Hours
9:30 AM–4:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Staff members and student Ambassadors will be available throughout the day to answer your questions and help you organize your visit. Our office is also the meeting point for all of our Human Ecology events.

College of Human Ecology Career Exploration Center Open House
10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Department/office hours
Learn more about how the College of Human Ecology helps students thoughtfully explore career options and internship/experiential learning opportunities by visiting the Human Ecology Career Exploration Center.

PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat *no class 4/11
ECON 1120
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Uris Hall G01
Event type: Class
Introductory Macroeconomics
CRP 3840
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Rockefeller Hall 132
Event type: Class
Green Cities
ILROB 1220
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Ives Hall 105
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organizational Behavior
HADM 1360
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Introduction to Foodservice Management
College of Human Ecology Ambassador Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event type: Academic Core
Join our student ambassadors as they share their own experiences and answer your questions about classes, academic advising, internships, career planning, and student life.

CALS Faculty-Student Panel
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
What lies ahead for you in college? Students, faculty and student services representatives will answer your questions about classes, advising, career development, and CALS in general.

AAP Shop Tour
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Department/office hours
Accepted AAP students may go on a guided tour of the highlights of the AAP Fabrication Shop.

College of Engineering Panel Discussion
10:10 AM–11:10 AM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event type: Academic Core
Attend the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion with students, faculty, and staff, and get your questions answered by the people who have all the answers and are eager to hear what you have to say! Visitors to the College of Engineering should check in at 102 Hollister Hall (on the Engineering Quad) prior to this event to be directed/ushered to the event location.

AAP Fine Arts Studio Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted fine arts students will have a guided tour of a studio while class is in session.


AAP Urban and Regional Studies Class Visit
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
meet in Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Accepted URS students will have the chance to sit in on an undergraduate URS course.

HADM 1150
10:10 AM–11:25 AM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills
EAS 2680
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Malott Hall 228
Event type: Class
Climate and Global Warming
ENGRD/ECE 2100
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Phillips Hall 219
Event type: Class
Intro to Circuits for Electrical & Computer Engineers
PHYS 1112
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 201
Event type: Class
Physics I: Mechanics and Heat
PHYS 1116
10:10 AM–11:00 AM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Mechanics and Special Relativity
Department of Physics Office Hours with Prof. Jim Alexander
10:30 AM–11:30 AM
Physical Sciences Building 318
Event type: Department/office hours
Office Hours with Prof. Jim Alexander
BIOMG 1290
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Plant Science Building 233
Event type: Class
Personal Genomics and Medicine: Why You Should Care About What's in Your Genes
MATH 2220
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II

FSAD 4360
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 157
Event type: Class
Fiber Chemistry
HD 3490
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall G71
Event type: Class
Positive Psychology
DEA 1500
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Statler Hall 185
Event type: Class
Introduction to Environmental Psychology
NS 3410
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Bailey Hall 101
Event type: Class
Human Anatomy and Physiology
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

CALS Department Meetings
11:15 AM–1:10 PM
various locations
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session, Department/office hours
Have questions about your major, a typical first year schedule, required courses, and the number of electives you can take? Click here to view the dates & locations for CALS Department Meetings. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the CALS Admissions Office at cals_admissions@cornell.edu or 607.255.2036.

Lunch with Current AAP Students
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Accepted AAP students come together with AAP Ambassadors from all majors to relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell and in AAP. A complimentary lunch will be provided for accepted AAP students.


Arts and Sciences Information Session
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Advising Deans and student ambassadors will give an overview of the College of Arts and Sciences and answer questions about undergraduate life at Cornell.  

Engineering Quad Tour
11:15 AM–12:15 PM
Swanson Center, 102 Hollister Hall
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Tour the Engineering Quad with a current Cornell undergraduate engineering student and hear what life as a Cornell engineer is all about. Tour groups will leave directly from the Cornell Engineering Panel Discussion location.

MATH 1920
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Upson Hall B17
Event type: Class
Multivariable Calculus for Engineers
MATH 2930
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
CHEME 3230
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Olin Hall 255
Event type: Class
Fluid Mechanics
PHYS 2208
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 203
Event type: Class
Fundamentals of Physics II
PHYS 2218
11:15 AM–12:05 PM
Rockefeller Hall 231
Event type: Class
Physics III: Waves and Thermal Physics
SHA Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Social
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to meet other admitted SHA students, current students, SHA faculty and staff. Light refreshments will be available. Admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.


ILR Welcome Reception
11:30 AM–12:20 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event type: Academic Core
Have lunch with ILR faculty, students, and academic and career advisors.


ILRIC 4330
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Politics of the Global North
HADM 1650
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 391
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 1350
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 265
Event type: Class
Introduction to Hotel Operations
HADM 3470
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 198
Event type: Class
Consumer Behavior
HADM 2430
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 398
Event type: Class
Marketing Management for Services
HADM 3210
11:40 AM–12:55 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Principles of Hospitality Real Estate
AAP Showcase
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Sibley Dome 235
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
A showcase of various AAP student groups, activities, and opportunities.
NTRES 2010
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event type: Class
Environmental Conservation
CHEM 1570
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Baker Laboratory 200
Event type: Class
Introduction to Organic and Biological Chemistry
ANTHR 2400
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Goldwin Smith Hall G76
Event type: Class
Cultural Diversity

ARCH 1102
12:20 PM–4:25 PM
Milstein Hall 201
Event type: Class
Design II
Lunch with Human Ecology Ambassadors
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 170
Event types: Academic Core, Social
Don’t miss this chance for great cuisine and conversation with our student Ambassadors. They’ll take you to one of our campus dining facilities where you can relax, enjoy lunch, and talk about life at Cornell. Complimentary meal tickets are provided for accepted College of Human Ecology students. Parents/families can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents Page.

ILR Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Ives Hall 281
Event types: Academic Core, Academic Session
Learn more about ILR courses, internships, student organizations, international opportunities, and the wide range of career and advanced degree options graduates pursue.

AAP Architecture Studio Class Visit
12:20 PM–1:00 PM
Milstein Hall, 2nd floor
Event types: Academic Core, Tours, Academic Session
Accepted architecture students will have a guided tour of the architecture studio facilities while class is in session.

SHA Discussion Session
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event type: Academic Core
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall and attend an informative discussion session with current student ambassadors, SHA faculty and staff. Learn more about SHA courses, internships, and life as a hotelie from our current students and staff. All admitted School of Hotel Administration students and their families are welcome.
MATH 2930
12:20 PM–1:10 PM
Olin Hall 155
Event type: Class
Differential Equations for Engineers
Lunch with Arts and Sciences Ambassadors
12:30 PM–1:10 PM
Kennedy Hall, Trillium
Event types: Academic Core, Social
If you plan to buy lunch on campus, why not join Arts and Sciences students in Trillium in Kennedy Hall? These lunches are designed for admitted students to meet Arts and Sciences Ambassadors who will answer any questions about academics and campus life on the hill. Look for the students wearing the Arts and Sciences T-shirts.
 
Parents can use this free time to eat lunch at one of the many eateries on campus or in Collegetown. Additional activities and events are listed on the Parents page.
Chimes Concert
1:10 PM–1:25 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.

BIOMG 3350
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Bradfield Hall 101
Event type: Class
Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology

ART 2601
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 121
Event type: Class
Photography: Introduction to Photography
ART 2201
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall 421
Event type: Class
Painting: Introduction to Painting
ART 2301
1:25 PM–4:25 PM
Tjaden Hall B04
Event type: Class
Print Media: Introduction to Print Media
ILROB 3730
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Ives Hall 305
Event type: Class
Culture, Leadership and Change
Tour of the School of Hotel Administration
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Statler Hall 180
Event types: Academic Core, Tours
We invite you to stop by the Admissions Office in 180 Statler Hall to take a student-led tour with our student Ambassadors. Please feel free to bring your family. Everyone is welcome!



Tour of the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Schwartz Center, second floor lobby
Event types: Tours, General, Department/office hours
Cornell University’s Department of Performing and Media Arts is housed within the elegant Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts. A regionally recognized cultural facility, the Schwartz Center’s marble walls encompass all the elements needed for teaching and performance in theatre, film and dance: four performance spaces; dance and theatre rehearsal studios; scenery, costume and prop shops; sound and lighting design studios; and state of the art film editing and production suites. Students also benefit from campus visits by alumni, internship programs, workshops, conferences and the offerings of Cornell Cinema, one of the nation's top campus cinemas. For a complete list of PMA courses and events, visit pma.cornell.edu or call 607.254.2700.

Financial Aid Session
1:25 PM–2:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Department/office hours
Learn more about financial aid and student employment at Cornell at this informational session. Drop-in meetings will be available from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Monday-Friday at 203 Day Hall.

Campus Walking Tour
1:25 PM–2:25 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
HADM 1650
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 441
Event type: Class
Management Communication I
HADM 2550
1:25 PM–2:40 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Hospitality Development and Planning
Rock Climbing with Cornell Outdoor Education
2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Lindseth Climbing Wall, Bartels Hall
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Any, Social
Climb on North America's largest natural rock climbing wall. No experience necessary.
Cornell Days Hub
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Any, Social, General, Department/office hours
Want to talk to more students? Wondering where you'll find your home? Finish your day on the hill by connecting with Cornell Ambassadors and the Class Councils at this afternoon hub of student life, and learn about the communities and resources available to you as a Cornellian! Have questions about religious, Greek or LGBT communities on campus? Interested in research, study abroad, or getting a job on campus? Join us at the Cornell Days Hub and discover your Cornell possibilities!
Pre-Med Presentation
2:30 PM–3:15 PM
Biotechnology Building, G10
Event types: General, Academic Session
Prospective pre-med students are invited to attend this information session. Learn what medical schools think about majors, extracurriculars, and medical experience. An audio recording of the 2015 program is available at the Career Services website at http://www.career.cornell.edu/resources/media/.

Mann Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Mann Library Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
Discover what’s available in the newly renovated Mann Library: extensive collections in the life, social, behavioral, and agricultural sciences; ever-expanding services and hi-tech facilities; and good places to study alone, collaborate in groups, and even recharge the batteries with good coffee and snacks! This introduction to Mann Library is important for anyone who will be affiliated with the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Human Ecology, or the Division of Nutritional Sciences, but—like the Library itself—it is useful and accessible to anyone in the Cornell community.
Cornell Hillel Meet and Greet
2:30 PM–4:30 PM
Willard Straight Hall, Browsing Library
Event types: Social, General
Cornell Hillel is hosting a greeting session for incoming students who are interested in Jewish life on campus. Come join us to learn more about Hillel, enjoy some light refreshments, and to meet other Jewish students. 
Uris/Olin Library Tour
2:30 PM–3:00 PM
Uris Library, Upper Lobby
Event types: Tours, General
This tour begins in Cornell’s oldest library, Uris Library, then proceeds to Olin Library. Together, the two libraries house Cornell’s major scholarly and research collections in the social sciences and humanities. The tour will end in Kroch Library, home of Cornell’s Asia materials.
China and Asia-Pacific Studies (CAPS) office hours
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
McGraw Hall B7
Event type: Department/office hours
Ms. Haiyan Wang, Assistant Director of the China and Asia-Pacific Studies Program (CAPS) will be in her office at McGraw Hall B7 to answer questions about the CAPS program.

CS/INFO 2300
2:30 PM–3:20 PM
Klarman Hall KG70
Event type: Class
Intermediate Design & Programming for the Web
PAM 3550
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Martha Van Rensselaer Hall 280
Event type: Class
Economics of Education
HADM 1150
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 341
Event type: Class
Organizational Behavior and Leadership Skills
HADM 2550
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 396
Event type: Class
Hospitality Development and Planning
HADM 2430
2:55 PM–4:10 PM
Statler Hall 196
Event type: Class
Marketing Management for Services
Rare Books and Manuscripts, Kroch Library
3:00 PM–3:30 PM
Lobby of Kroch Library, Level 2B
Event types: Tours, General
View highlights from the Cornell Library’s extensive special collections and visit our new exhibition, “Signal to Code: 50 Years of Media Art in The Rose Goldsen Archive.” The Library’s Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections features more than 500,000 printed volumes, 80 million manuscripts, photographs, paintings, prints, and other artifacts, from 4,000-year-old Cuneiform tablets to the nation’s largest collection on Hip Hop culture and music.
Campus Walking Tour
3:00 PM–4:00 PM
Day Hall, lobby
Event types: Tours, General
New to campus? Our student tour guides will show you around central campus in this one-hour walking tour. Tours depart from and return to the Day Hall lobby.
Paddling Session with the Outing Club
3:00 PM–5:00 PM
Beebe Lake (at North end of footbridge, take dirt road leading down to lake and to the canoe rack. Outing Club members will be standing in front of Jape's Lodge)
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social
The Cornell Outing Club is offering open paddling sessions on Beebe Lake during Cornell Days! We have everything you need for some relaxing canoe time, just come with a friend, family member or stranger and enjoy Cornell's beautiful slice of nature. No experience needed. *Weather dependent—do not function in rain.
Career Services Overview
3:30 PM–4:15 PM
Malott Hall 253
Event type: General
The Class of 2020 is invited to attend this information session about Cornell Career Services. Learn how we will work with you as early as your first year to help you understand your strengths, solidify your career goals, and implement a successful strategy to attain your desired career outcome.
BIOEE 1780
3:35 PM–4:25 PM
Kennedy Hall 116
Event types: Academic Core, Class
An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity
General Physics Colloquium
4:00 PM–5:00 PM
Rockefeller Hall, 2nd Floor, Schwartz Auditorium
Event type: Academic Session
General Physics Colloquium with Simon White, MPIA, The Thomas Gold Lecture
CURBx Talks
5:00 PM–6:00 PM
McGraw Hall 165
Event type: Academic Session
The Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) will be sponsoring an undergraduate research presentation event. Five distinguished undergraduate scientists have been invited to share their work to the Cornell community. A peoples’ choice award will be presented at the conclusion of the event. All friends, fellow students, faculty, and new members of the community are encouraged to attend and support these distinguished new scientists.
Chimes Concert
6:00 PM–6:15 PM
enter through the base of McGraw Tower
Event types: Athletics/recreation, Social, Tours
All concerts are open to the public—you simply have to climb the tower's 161 steps. The door to the tower opens five to ten minutes before a scheduled concert and closes before concert's end. Tower visitors are only permitted during concert times. Please note: this is a self-guided tour and is not wheel­chair accessible.