Our third annual Sloan Visit Day offers prospective students opportunities to meet with students, meet with program alumni, connect with program faculty, and hear from distinguished leaders in the field of healthcare management, all while discovering why studying at Cornell University and living in Ithaca, NY create a rich and rewarding experience you will treasure always.
Visit Day kicks off Thursday evening October 25 with the third biennial Percy Allen II ’75 Sloan Lecture in Urban Healthcare Leadership featuring Pamela Sutton-Wallace, MPH, Chief Executive Officer, University of Virginia Medical Center. Reception and dinner are to follow.
On Friday, October 26, select from a list of hosted breakfasts, campus tours, alumni meetings, faculty lunch, and student panels to customize a visit itinerary that meets your needs.
The aim of Visit Day is to matriculate a cohort of outstanding students who will individually and collectively thrive during their two-year course of study so we may improve the operation of health care systems and the health of the community, and to be recognized as an outstanding healthcare management program by virtue of faculty scholarship and student achievement. We believe identifying a strong fit between student and program and matriculating the highest caliber prospective students will help us achieve this vision. Sloan Visit Day is an exciting part of our admissions process and is highly recommended for prospective students.
Please use the menu links at the top of our page to register and customize your visit experience and to find information about where to stay (a limited number of hotel vouchers will be offered to qualified applicants who have completed the interview process by October 5, 2018), to learn about our participating alumni and VIPs, and to learn more about Ithaca and our “gorges” Finger Lakes region of New York.
We look forward sharing our Sloan Family with you!
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