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Quick Fact Cornell has more than 100 interdisciplinary research centers, institutes, laboratories, and programs that enable faculty and staff to share specialized research facilities, equipment, and other resources.


Research Statistics


Funding Graduate Education:

Organized Research
Funding
Organized Research
in thousands
Expenditures by Source Total Tuition Stipend
Total Federal Funds $23,788 $7,635 $16,153
Sponsored 23,406 7,519 15,884
Appropriated 385 116 269
 
Total Nonfederal Funds $23,251 $14,459 $8,792
Sponsored 8,568 2,748 5,820
Cornell Appropriated 13,948 11,711 2,237
New York State Appropriated 735 735
in thousands
Funding by Cornell Division Sponsored Appropriated
Tuition Total $10,267 $11,827
Endowed Colleges (Architecture, Art, & Planning; Arts & Sciences; Computing & Information Science; Engineering; International Relations; Provost; Research Centers; Miscellaneous Institutional) $7,798 $7,648
Contract Colleges (Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva; Agriculture & Life Sciences; Human Ecology; Veterinary Medicine; Industrial & Labor Relations) $2,470 $4,179
 
Stipend Total $21,705 $3,241
Endowed Colleges (Architecture, Art, & Planning; Arts & Sciences; Computing & Information Science; Engineering; Provost; Research Centers) $15,886 $723
Contract Colleges (Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva; Agriculture & Life Sciences; Human Ecology; Veterinary Medicine) $5,819 $2,518
Source: Cornell University, Sponsored Financial Services
Discrepancies may occur due to rounding.
Graduate Enrollment
Graduate Enrollment
* Primarily graduate research assistants
** Includes all students enrolled in the Graduate School: Research Masters, Professional Masters, and PhDs.
Does not include MBAs, JD/LLMs, and DVMs.
Source: Cornell University, Graduate School
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