Johnson Military Preview

November 9, 2017

Johnson Military Preview is designed for prospective Military applicants and will introduce you to our Cornell MBA programs and academic community. Throughout the experience, you will have the opportunity to meet with veteran students, faculty, and staff and gain first-hand knowledge of how to successfully position yourself in the MBA Admissions process.

Participants will be eligible to receive an invitation to interview throughout the application cycle along with a Johnson application fee waiver for use during the 2018 application year. Candidates applying via The Consortium will receive up to a $200 travel voucher in lieu of the Johnson application fee waiver.

Register for JMP 2017

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid at mba@johnson.cornell.edu.

Schedule of Events


9:00 AM

Check-In & Breakfast

Ramin Parlor

  • Meet students, faculty, and staff

9:30 AM

Welcome

Ramin Parlor

  • Dean Mark Nelson
  • Brady Reece, MBA ’18

10:00 AM

Guest Speaker

141 Sage Hall

  • James Barger, Senior Vice President - Marketing President and
  • Commercial Banking; Leader at KeyBank, Johnson MBA ’93

11:00 AM

Admissions & Financial Aid Overview

141 Sage Hall

  • Ann Richards, Sr. Associate Director & Director of Financial Aid
  • Eddie Asbie, Associate Director of Admissions

11:45 AM

Class Visits

Varies


1:15 PM

Group Photo

Ramin Parlor


1:30 PM

Lunch

Ramin Parlor

Optional Resume Review

Atrium


2:30 PM

Building Tours

Sage Hall


3:00 PM

Student Panel

141 Sage Hall

  • TBD

3:30 PM

Alumni Panel

141 Sage Hall

  • TBD

4:15 PM

Sage Social

Dyson Atrium


6:00 PM

Dinner

TBD

Johnson Military Preview Highlights

veterans club

Johnson's Veteran Club

The Association of Veterans at Johnson is a dynamic and supportive organization that actively reaches out to prospective military veteran students and creates a community of veterans throughout Johnson and Cornell University. 


Military Associations and Organizations at Cornell

Cornell has a strong history of supporting Veterans, and the Johnson contingent is outstanding.