Student Accounts Handbook 2012-2013
All is subject to change per Department of Education and federal regulations. While Cornell College believes that the information contained herein is accurate and factual, this publication has not been reviewed or approved by the U.S. Department of Education.
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This handbook is designed to help you understand the student accounts process during your time at Cornell College. Please read the handbook carefully and monitor it regularly for updates.
If you have specific questions about your student account, write to the Student Accounts Office, Cornell College, 600 First Street SW, Mount Vernon, Iowa 52314, call 1-319-895-4593 or email at email@example.com.