Cornell by the numbers.
|Founded||1865||By Ezra Cornell and Andrew Dickson White.|
|Opened||1868||Morrill Hall was the first building constructed on the main Ithaca campus, which today includes 608 buildings on more than 2000 acres.|
|Identity||Public and private||Cornell is the federal land-grant institution of New York State, a private endowed university, a member of the Ivy League/Ancient Eight, and a partner of the State University of New York. It has been described as the first truly American university because of its founders' revolutionarily egalitarian and practical vision of higher education, and is dedicated to its land-grant mission of outreach and public service.|
|Colleges and schools||14||Seven undergraduate units and four graduate and professional units in Ithaca, two medical graduate and professional units in New York City, and one in Doha, Qatar. The Cornell Tech campus in New York City is the latest addition.|
Faculty and Staff, Fall 2013
* Regular full-time and part-time professorial faculty members.
** Regular full-time and part-time non-professorial-faculty academic employees (instruction, research, extension, and library) and regular full-time and part-time nonacademic employees.
Student Enrollment, Fall 2013*
* On-campus and off-campus registrants; includes participants in one-semester or two-semester study-abroad programs or other temporary off-campus activities, and participants in employee degree programs.
Student Gender, Ethnicity and Citizenship, Fall 2013*
*Based on students in entering classes only.
** Combined percentage of self-declared African Americans, Asian Americans, Hispanic Americans and Native Americans in the U.S. citizen/legal resident portion of the student population. Actual counts may be higher, as some minorities do not report ethnic status.
Student Region of Origin, Fall 2013*
|New York State||27%|
* Ithaca campus only
Degrees Granted, 2012–2013*
|PhD, JSD and DMA||490|
* Academic year includes degrees granted from July 1 through June 30. Ithaca campus only.