Veterans at Johnson
Welcome Veterans to the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.
First, thank you for your service to your country. You will find a very unique supportive environment
here. Johnson is committed to supporting our veteran students intellectually, socially, and financially
. As a veteran, you bring a unique facet to the entire Johnson student body and we are all enriched by your leadership experiences. When you come to Cornell, you become part of an extensive network of more than 300,000 alumni, including 13,000 Johnson graduates.
Our unique Immersion Program allows veterans to quickly get up-to-speed as career-changers. That first-year deep dive into a subject matter is good for any career changer, but can be especially true for veterans as you transition back to the academic environment and into the world of business. You can go with confidence into your internship with four or five accounting courses under your belt, as compared to the one you would acquire at other b-schools.
In addition, you’ll find a small class size with incredibly supportive staff and faculty that makes Johnson a unique place among elite business schools.
What should be my first point of contact with Johnson?
- Your first point of contact should be with the Veterans website or with any Johnson veteran that you may know. In addition, if you contact the Admissions department, please identify yourself as a veteran so that they can put you in touch with current Johnson veterans.
I am a veteran and I am planning to visit campus, how can I link-up with a current vet at the school?
Can the Association of Veterans provide advice on how to best present my military and leadership experiences as I prepare my Johnson application, essays, and resume?
- Please use the website to send an email to the club officers. The Association of Veterans is available to show you around Johnson, the Cornell campus, and Ithaca. Furthermore, we can often provide a place to stay or recommendations for hotels, etc.
- Yes, please reach out to the Association through the website. As veterans who have recently gone through the business school application process, we are available to provide guidance and assistance to allow applicants to leverage their military experiences.