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Effective Catalogue

[Note: This Catalogue is accurate as of August 1, 2016.]

The Cornell College Catalogue is published every year. The information contained herein was
accurate at the time of publication; however, circumstances may necessitate the College's
withdrawing an advertised course, changing the content of a course, or substituting instructors.
The College reserves the right to limit the enrollment of any course and to cancel a course for
which fewer than six students have registered or for which no instructor is available.

Between editions, the College may change or revise the programs, rules, and procedures
described in this Catalogue. Students are subject to the regulations and requirements in the
Catalogue and its supplements in effect at the time they begin their first course at Cornell. A
Cornell student who leaves and is later readmitted returns under the Catalogue in effect at the
time of readmission.

If, after a student has begun their Cornell career, one or more of the degree requirements are
changed, the student may choose to be graduated under either the original or the revised
requirements, unless specific faculty legislation dictates otherwise. Exceptions may be granted
for compelling reasons by the Academic Standing Committee or by the administrator concerned.
For the application of this "grandparent" principle to a student's major, see Declaration of
Degree Candidacy, Majors and Minors.

The offerings for each academic year are announced the previous winter in the Course Schedule,
which is then updated as often as is necessary.


                          Cornell College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the
                          North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the Iowa
                          State Department of Education, the American Chemical Society, and the
                          University Senate of the United Methodist Church. Cornell is a member of
                          the College Entrance Examination Board.

National Honor Societies

BETA BETA BETA (Biology), DELTA PHI ALPHA (German), LAMBDA ALPHA (Anthropology),
MORTAR BOARD (Service, Scholarship, and Leadership), OMICRON DELTA EPSILON
(Economics), PHI ALPHA DELTA (Pre-Law), PHI BETA KAPPA (Academic Achievement), PHI
ALPHA (Political Science), PSI CHI (Psychology), SIGMA DELTA PI (Spanish), SIGMA

Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM)

Cornell and 13 other liberal arts colleges located in Iowa, Colorado, Illinois, Minnesota, and
Wisconsin compose the membership of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest. The purpose of
the Associated Colleges is to increase educational effectiveness and operating efficiency and to

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