Cornell College in Mount Vernon, Iowa, and the Debbie and Jerry Ivy College of Business at Iowa State University have partnered to streamline the acceptance process for Cornell students interested in enrolling in one of three Ivy master’s programs. Cornell College students who meet certain criteria agreed upon by both schools will not have to pay an application fee and will be automatically accepted into the Master of Finance, Master of Information Systems, or Master of Accounting programs. “We are looking for talented students,” said Valentina Salotti, associate dean for academic affairs and diversity at the Ivy College of Business. “We look at Cornell as a place where we can find the type of student who is really engaged and already used to critical thinking.” Five spots will be reserved in each program for Cornell students, under an agreement reached on March 1. The liberal arts college has an enrollment of about 1,000 students.