NYS College of Human Ecology at Cornell - SUNY
The rules regarding study in absentia apply to transfer students with the additional stipulation that at least 60 credits must be taken at Cornell. At least 40 of the 60 credits must be in the College of Human Ecology at Cornell unless the student has transferred equivalent human ecology credit. (No more than 20 credits of equivalent credit may be applied to the 40 credits required in human ecology course work.)
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Human Ecology and Cornell's Sesquicentennial
LINK was published two times each year by the New York State College of Human Ecology of Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, for alumni and friends of the college. The below magazine archive provides an insider's perspective of the college, student, faculty, and alumni activities, and keeps readers connected to the Human Ecology family both on campus and across the globe.
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