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University of Rochester

Rochester, NY

Joseph C Wilson Blvd., Rochester, NY 14627

http://www.rochester.edu/

University of Rochester is a private university in Rochester, NY. It is a well-regarded university, ranking 69th in the country. Admission is fairly competitive, with an acceptance rate of 29% acceptance rate. It is a middle sized institution with full-time enrollment of 6,562 undergrads. Rochester has 66 unique majors across seven disciplines. The most frequently desired options are Nursing, Biology, and Economics, which combined account for 26% of the student body. If you are interested in focusing on nursing, Rochester is a great school for you, because its nursing program is ranked number five in the country. What's more, University of Rochester is the 4th best mid-sized college in New York. For those of you with residences in New York, tuition runs $53,644 a year. Non-state applicants, however, have to pay $48,535 per year. Before you decide against applying due to the cost, be cognizant that slightly below nine tenths Rochester undergraduates get financial support. 85% of University of Rochester undergraduates complete their education with a degree, young and prepared to join the labor force. On average, alumni take home an annual salary of $44,800 two years after commencement. After another four years in the job market, the graduate's average wage climbs 36.6% to $61,200, which is 52.6% above the national median wage for individuals. Some of you might want to hear that most accepted scored between 680 and 790 on the math component of the SAT and the early decision deadline is November 1. Further, 100% of available classes are small, with 20 to 39 students. Concerning your cash flow, be aware that the average student spends $1,244 on textbooks and supplies every year. With respect to demographics, 45% of undergraduates are 20 or 21 years old and 25% of undergraduates are from New York. When it comes to the campus experience, first-year undergraduates must live in dorms on campus. To conclude, one in four graduates rake in a starting salary of $26,900 or less and six years after college, 91% of Rochester alumni are gainfully employed.

Ratings

8.76

Party Scene

8.76

Location

7.52

Dorms

8.50

Campus Food

9.01

Student Life

7.52

Safety

Admissions

29%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1320-1500

ACT Score

30-34

Application Deadline:
January 5
Early Action Deadline:

Cost

Net Price:

$35,452/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$34,656/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

88%

Academics

Professor Rating

10.00


10:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

86%

Evening Degree Programs

No

Student Faculty Ratio

10:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Nursing

204

Biology

183

Economics

135

Business

131

Psychology

110

Music Performance

108

Computer Science

93

Electrical Engineering

75

Value

In State Tuition
$51,090/year
Out of State Tuition
$51,090/year