Students transfer to Cornell for many reasons: after completion of a two-year degree program, a change in academic interest, or simply a change of heart about the original institution chosen. Whatever the reason, Cornell University welcomes transfer students to a degree unmatched in the Ivy League. Transfer students have been a part of the university since our founding in In fact, the first woman to graduate from Cornell—Emma Sheffield Eastman Class of —was a transfer student. Today, between to transfers enroll at Cornell each fall and spring, enriching the classrooms and campus with a broad range of life experiences.
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Section d 2 is modified to reflect general application of a provision contained in section of the Senate amendment with respect to commodity brokers. This section is derived in large part from section 67d of the Bankruptcy Act [section d of former title 11]. It permits the trustee to avoid transfers by the debtor in fraud of his creditors. Its history dates from the statute of 13 Eliz. The trustee may avoid fraudulent transfers or obligations if made with actual intent to hinder, delay, or defraud a past or future creditor. Transfers made for less than a reasonably equivalent consideration are also vulnerable if the debtor was or thereby becomes insolvent, was engaged in business with an unreasonably small capital, or intended to incur debts that would be beyond his ability to repay. The trustee of a partnership debtor may avoid any transfer of partnership property to a partner in the debtor if the debtor was or thereby became insolvent.
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Home — Cornell University. The simple statement of a rule makes the action it advises against almost irresistible to me. My love was math, with its logical equations, universal numbers, and challenging problems.
A: Applications are reviewed in order of completion by our Admissions Committee, but applicants may not be notified in that order. We recommend submitting your application as early as possible. Taking the June, July, September, or November exam will allow you to apply under one of our early decision options. For regular decision, taking the exam in June, July, or September will allow you time to retake it in November or January and still meet our March 1 application deadline.