Cornell University Class Councils

Upcoming Events

Adulting 101: Renting in NYC

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MOVING TO NEW YORK CITY AFTER GRADUATION?


Learn More About The NYC Apartment Hunting Process!

Cooper & Cooper Is BACK On Campus!


WHO: Cooper & Cooper Real Estate

WHAT: “Renting In New York – A Practical Guide” Workshop + Q&A

WHEN: Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 at 5pm

WHERE: Goldwin Smith Hall - Auditorium G64

RSVP: CooperCooper.com/Cornell

More Adulting 101 Events In The Future

The Class of 2019 Council is planning some exciting events geared towards 'being an adult' after graduation. Stay tuned for our upcoming events!

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We really want to hear your experience here at Cornell! A student-led team is doing research on Cornell social activities, both on and off campus. Fill out this survey to help them improve the variety of options for activities to do in your free time in the future.

Join Senior Days!

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Do you enjoy event planning? Do you want to be in charge of celebrating events for the graduating class of 2019?


If whitewater rafting, Senior Gala, Twilight Cruise, or the rest of 50+ events interest you, you should join Senior Days!

We meet only once per week (Wednesday from 5-6:30).


YOU MUST BE ABLE TO ATTEND THESE MEETINGS TO BE A MEMBER. YOU MUST ALSO BE ABLE TO BE PRESENT ON CORNELL CAMPUS DURING SENIOR WEEK (May 19-24)

Benefits:
1) Opportunity to go to at least one Senior Day for free as a chaperone!
2) Leadership role
3) Catered dinner every other week
4) Meet new people
5) Shaping Senior Days

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at seniordays@cornell.edu

Underclassmen are strongly encouraged to apply as well!

Cornell University Class Councils' Associated Programs

Cornell University Class Councils is the parent organization of some fantastic programs that you may know! Here are the descriptions below:


Convocation: Senior Convocation has a complex and rich history and stems from Class Councils. Born as a student initiated program over 36 years ago, Senior Convocation has evolved from a small supplemental student program to a university event that draws thousands of parents, families, friends and graduates each year.


Bus Program: The Bus Program provides transportation to and from Syracuse Airport so you can catch your flight out of town and find your way back to Cornell. Pickup locations are available on North, West, and Collegetown.


Senior Days: Senior Days is a byline funded organization that is composed of a variety of different committees that serve the senior class.


Zinck's Senior Society: Zinck's Senior Society is a senior social club with the goal of uniting the Class of 2019 through monthly events. We have membership cards to gain exclusive promotions at local Ithaca businesses, free merchandise, and Class of 2019 events.

CORNELL UNIVERSITY CLASS COUNCILS

Cornell University Class Councils is one of the only organizations on campus where every student is a member. Class Council's mission is to foster a sense of unity and pride within each of Cornell University’s four undergraduate classes, as well as Cornell as a whole, during the four years students are on campus. The sense of unity and pride is fostered through a series of events and programming designed to appeal to the diverse nature of our campus community.