hereforhelp wrote:Does anyone know if the dean's cert required for admitted students is the same form that Cornell has posted on its admissions website (--LinkRemoved--), or if it's a different form? I'm going to attend, but I haven't gotten all of the info from the school yet and tomorrow's the only day I can go to my school and request the dean's cert. I want to know if I can give my dean the posted form instead of having to wait for a response from Cornell.
Also, do you know where we are supposed to mail the form to? Is it the admissions office (Myron Taylor Hall)?
I'd really appreciate your help asap, as tomorrow is the most convenient time for me to request the dean's cert!!! Thanks!
I emailed admissions asking them about the Dean's Certification. Admissions said this:
"The dean’s certification is required of all admitted students, so if you have not already made arrangements to get this to us, here is the link to the form:http://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/admiss ... erving.cfm
You will find the form mid-way down the page."
The form says that it is required along with your school's certification. I sent a follow up email pretty much asking what would happen if my undergrad institution just sent the info without Cornell's form and was told that my undergrad's Dean Certification would be fine. I sent Cornell's sheet anyway and requested that my undergrad attach the Dean's Certification to it.
Hope that helps!