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University of Chicago

About UChicago

Chartered in 1890, the University of Chicago’s approximately 6,800 undergraduates comprise a community of exceptional student scholars who choose UChicago for its rigorous liberal arts curriculum, small discussion-style seminars and 5:1 student-faculty ratio. Students also prepare for challenging careers and competitive graduate schools through professional and recreational opportunities on campus and in Chicago. Focused on careful reading, analytical writing, and critical thinking, UChicago’s Core Curriculum is the perfect foundation for any major and all future endeavors. With over 50 majors and more than 40 minors, students can double-major, create their own major, or explore interdisciplinary opportunities. Undergraduates choose electives from more than 3,000 courses offered in the College each year, and over 40% study abroad through nearly 60 faculty-designed and taught programs. UChicago also sponsors a wealth of undergraduate research opportunities in all subjects.

Education LevelField of Study
Bachelor's DegreeChemistry
Bachelor's DegreeBiology
Bachelor's DegreeMedia Communication
Graduate or Professional DegreeHotel & Tourism Management
Graduate or Professional DegreeClinical Psychology

Quick Facts

Average Tution Cost
$60963
Student Population
16274
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
6:1
International Students
36%
Financial Aid Percentage
40%

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Graduation Rate
95%
Acceptance Rate
6%
Retention Rate
99%
Ranking
10

Average SAT/ACT Score

SAT Score
1500
ACT Score
30