Arts & Sciences Advisory Council

About Us

Cornell Interest Area

College of Arts and Sciences

Who we are

The Arts and Sciences Advisory Council is one of the eight original advisory bodies established by the Cornell Board of Trustees in 1962 with the original charge to advise and counsel the dean on broad matters of policy and planning within the college. The Council is made up of alumni leaders, parents, and friends. Members currently have four main roles: as advisors, advocates, ambassadors, and philanthropic supporters of the college and its mission: to provide a foundation in the liberal arts for all Cornell students and, within the College, to foster the intellectual curiosity that drives outstanding research, scholarship, and teaching in the liberal arts.



This is a "Virtual" Community

Contact Info

Contact Name: Esther Feng


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