For the Record
Cornell College, founded in 1853 in Mount Vernon, Iowa, is a nationally recognized residential liberal arts college with a distinctive One Course At A Time curriculum.
MissionCornell College offers an innovative and rigorous learning community where faculty and staff collaborate with students to develop the intellectual curiosity, creativity, and moral courage necessary for a lifetime of learning and engaged citizenship.
• A liberal education that celebrates discovery and embraces the integration and application of knowledge
• Intellectual, moral, and personal growth
• Civic and social responsibility
• The dignity and worth of each individual in a diverse community
These statements were endorsed by the Cornell College faculty, Student Senate, and Board of Trustees in the Spring of 2012.
For the Record
We are pleased to offer this online report of giving by all individuals, businesses, and organizations that made contributions to Cornell College from July 1, 2011, through June 30, 2012, to any area or program of the college. This format allows us to conserve resources, which, in turn, means that more of your gift goes where you intended: to educating talented young men and women. A condensed print version was also published in Fall 2012 Cornell Report. Alumni class giving lists were printed and included in the fall Class Agent letters.
Thank you for the trust you put in us to practice good stewardship of the gifts you contribute.
Corrections and Login Information
Names and recognition levels are reported as they appear in the computerized files of the Cornell Advancement Office. If you are identified incorrectly or if your name was omitted from a gift list, please help set the record straight by contacting the College Advancement Office at (319) 895-4258 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
To respect the privacy of those who give so generously to the college, access to online donor lists requires a username and password which is included in the printed Donor Report or can be requested by contacting the Advancement Office at the phone number or e-mail listed above.
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