Stanford University

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Stanford University, or Stanford, is a private research university located in Stanford, California. Stanford is internationally-recognized for its prestigious undergraduate and graduate academic programs and is often one of the first college choices of talented students. Stanford offers students some of the nation’s best law, medicine, English, and engineering programs.

While most people familiar with the university refer to it simply as “Stanford”, its official name is Leland Stanford Junior University, named after Leland Stanford, a local politician and railroad tycoon that founded the university in 1891. Stanford was originally founded as a nondenominational, coeducational institution. From 1893, when Leland Stanford died, through World War II the university struggled financially. It wasn’t until Provost Frederick Terman, with the support of school faculty and graduates, built up the local industry (later known as Silicon Valley) that the university began to thrive. By the early 1970s, Stanford has transformed itself into one of the largest research universities in the nation specializing in mathematics, natural sciences, computer sciences, and social sciences.

Stanford has a distinguished and renowned faculty. In addition to holding the record for the largest number of Turing award winners of any university, over fifty Stanford professors, faculty, and alumni have won the Nobel Prize in recognition of their contribution to cultural and scientific advances. Stanford also has a very distinguished list of graduates and alumni, many of which have gone on to launch some of the world’s most successful companies including Google, Cisco Systems, LinkedIn, Sun Microsystems, Hewlett-Packard, Varian Associates, Nike and Yahoo!

Stanford is composed of seven schools, two academic and five professional. These include Humanities and Sciences and Earth Sciences (the two academic schools) as well as Law, Medicine, Business, Engineering and Education (the five professional schools). Stanford is a wealthy and very well-funded institution. For the 2011-12 academic year, the university’s total budget was well over $4 billion, with $1.2 billion dedicated to research, $16.5 billion endowment, and over $25 billion in assets (all amounts in U.S. dollars).

With more than 15,000 students (8,400 graduate students and 7,000 undergraduate students), Stanford is one of the largest private universities in the United States. It is also well known for its visually appealing campus set in the country and its appreciation for the arts, which is fostered by the Cantor Center for Visual Arts and Stanford Lively Arts. Stanford students have an active social life since the school sponsors hundreds of student intermural programs, political organizations, special interest groups and activities. Stanford University is a member of the Pac 12 athletic conference, competes in 34 varsity sports and has won the NACDA Director’s Cup for almost 20 straight years. Stanford student-athletes have won over 115 Olympic gold medals since 1912, and in 2008 came away from the Olympics with more medals than any other U.S. university.

Stanford has a very selective admission process. Students must excel in academics, have the ability to succeed in a highly competitive college environment, and have high SAT or ACT exam scores. Admission to graduate programs differs by program.

Financial Aid is available at Stanford. Scholarships, federal Pell grants, and loans are available to qualifying students. Stanford also sponsors work-study programs. Grants and fellowships are available to graduate students.

Stanford is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

A Coeducational Institution

Since its inception Stanford has been a coeducational university. However, Jane Stanford, Leland Stanford’s wife and one of the original founders of the school, placed a ceiling on female enrollment due to fears that the university was turning into a women’s college. During the 1930s the school had a female to male ratio of 3:1. By the mid-1960s the ratio had dropped to 2:1 (for undergraduates) and today the ratio of women to men is roughly equal at 1:1. However, the ratio of men to women at the graduate level is 2:1, in favor of men.


The majority of enrollments at Stanford University are graduate and professional students. Graduate students at Stanford outnumber undergraduates by nearly 2,000. The undergraduate program is based around a liberal arts and sciences curriculum and is highly competitive. While undergraduate applications to the university each year are on the rise, admission rates are low. Only the best and the brightest get accepted to Stanford. There is a high level of coexistence among undergraduate and graduate students at Stanford.

Stanford University has seven schools. Three of these schools have undergraduate programs and four only offer graduate level education. The schools of Engineering (9 departments), Humanities and Sciences (27 departments) and Earth Sciences (4 departments) all offer both undergraduate and graduate programs. The schools of Education, Medicine, Law and the Graduate School of Business only accept graduate students to their programs.

University and Program Rankings

Stanford is not only one of the top ranked universities in the nation, it’s also number one in the world according to The Times Higher Education World University Rankings, an international rankings of universities published by the British Magazine Times Higher Education. In 2011, Stanford University ranked number one in the world for both humanities and social sciences and number two in the world for best research universities. Stanford ranked 3rd in life sciences, 3rd in engineering and technology, 2nd in arts and humanities, 5th in physical sciences, 2nd in clinical, pre-clinical and health sciences, and 1st in social sciences. And what’s most amazing is that no other university in the world placed in the top five across so many broad disciplines. In a nutshell, the quality of education at Stanford is superior.

The Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), more commonly known as the Shanghai Ranking, ranked Stanford 2nd best university in the world for 2011. ARWU ranked Stanford 2nd in Engineering/Technology and Computer Sciences, 6th in Natural Sciences and Mathematics, 6th in Life and Agriculture Sciences, 6th in Social Sciences and 13th in Clinical Medicine and Pharmacy worldwide. In its rankings of individual subjects, ARWU ranked Stanford 1st in computer science, 3rd in chemistry, 4th in mathematics, 6th in physics, and 6th in economics and business. (The ARWU is recognized as one of the three most widely observed and influential international university rankings reports, along with Times Higher Education World University Rankings and QS World University Rankings.)

The following are the 2011 QS World University Rankings for Stanford University:

  • Social Sciences & Management – 3
  • Natural Sciences – 6
  • Life Sciences & Medicine – 4
  • Engineering & Technology – 2
  • Arts & Humanities – 7

In specific disciplines QS World University Rankings ranked Stanford accordingly:

  • 1st in Statistics
  • 2nd in Computer Science
  • 2nd in Civil & Structural Engineering
  • 2nd in Electrical Engineering
  • 3rd in Psychology
  • 3rd in Economics
  • 4th in Mechanical, Aeronautical, & Manufacturing Engineering
  • 4th in Mathematics
  • 5th in Law
  • 5th in Medicine
  • 5th in Metallurgy
  • 5th in Biological Sciences
  • 5th in Chemistry
  • 5th in Accounting and Finance
  • 5th in Chemical Engineering
  • 5th in Linguistics
  • 6th in Physics and Astronomy
  • 6th in Environmental Sciences
  • 6th in Sociology
  • 7th in Politics and International Studies
  • 7th in Geography & Area Studies
  • 8th in Earth and Marine Sciences
  • 8th in English
  • 8th in Philosophy
  • 10th in History
  • 11th in Modern Languages

According to a 2010 poll conducted by The Princeton Review, Stanford was the number one “dream school” for both students and for parents. Other surveys have shown that Stanford is considered the second-most prestigious university in the nation by the public (behind Harvard), and among the college-educated, Stanford is roughly on par with Harvard.


Research Centers and Institutes at Stanford

Stanford is one of the largest research institutions in the nation, dedicating over one billion dollars to research activities each year. One of the most recognized research institutions affiliated with Stanford is the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, formerly the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. The SLAC is a United States Department of Energy National Laboratory operated by Stanford. Activities at the SLAC revolve around theoretical and experimental research in elementary particle physics.

The Stanford Research Institute, SRI International (SRI), was first established by Stanford trustees in 1946 as a center of innovation to spur economic development. Today it is one of the largest contract research institutions in the world. In 1970, Stanford Research Institute formally cut its ties to Stanford University and became an independent nonprofit institute known as SRI. It performs research and development activities for businesses, government agencies and foundations worldwide.

Stanford University is also home to the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, a public policy think tank. While the institution is part of Stanfordm, it has its own board of directors and overseers. The institution’s basic tenets, as outlined in its mission statement, are representative government, peace, personal freedom, private enterprise, and safeguards of the American system. The institute supports the American conservative and libertarian political philosophies, values and movements. Several high-profile conservatives (Condoleezza Rice, Edwin Meese, etc.) as well as politicians connected with the Bush Administration are all Hoover Institution fellows. The institute is spread across three buildings on Stanford’s campus, the most prominent being the well-known Hoover Tower. The Hoover Institute attracts scholars from around the world.

Another attraction among visiting scholars is Stanford’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies, which is specifically dedicated to the study of international relations.

Other prominent institutes at Stanford include the Center for Ocean Solutions, whose mission is to develop solutions to meet the challenges facing the ocean, and John S. Knight Fellowships for Professional Journalists, whose mission is to promote journalistic innovation, entrepreneurship and leadership.

Finally, the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design is a multidisciplinary design school developed and run by Stanford University in cooperation with the German Hasso Plattner Institute of University of Potsdam. Projects overseen by this institute involve the integration of business and management training into engineering and product design education at the university level. The Pulse News Reader, one of the highest-selling Apple Apps, solar-powered LED lights and the Embrace blanket were all developed and launched from the Institute.

General Information

Admission Office

Montag Hall

355 Galvez Street

Stanford, CA 94305-6106

(650) 723-2091

Fax: (650) 723-6050

Contact: Richard Shaw

Dean of Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid
Main Address

Stanford, CA 94305

(650) 723-2300

Total undergrads: 6,532

First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 1,703

Degree-seeking undergrads: 6,502

Graduate enrollment: 10,280


Suburban setting

Small city (50,000 – 249,999)

Residential campus

Degrees offered:
First Professional

Tuition & Fees

Estimated Annual Expenses 2008-’09 2009-’10 2010-’11 2011-’12 % change 2010-’12
Tuition and fees $35,089 $36,798 $38,676 $40,172 +3.87%
Books and Supplies $1,335 $1,455 $1,485 $1,485 0.00%
Living Arrangement – On Campus
Room and Board $10,808 $11,182 $11,463 $11,876 +3.60%
Other $1,995 $2,325 $2,385 $2,385 0.00%
Living Arrangement – Off Campus
Room and Board $0 $0 $0 $0 0.00%
Other $0 $0 $0 $0 0.00%
Total Expenses 2008-’09 2009-’10 2010-’11 2011-’12 % change 2010-’12
In-state On Campus $49,227 $51,760 $54,009 $55,918 +3.53%
In-state Off Campus $36,424 $38,253 $40,161 $41,657 +3.73%
In-state with Family $36,424 $38,253 $40,161 $41,657 +3.73%
Average Graduate Student Tuition & Fees
Tuition for In-state Students $38,700
In-state Student Fees $786
Tuition for Out-of-state Students $38,700
Out-of-state Fees $786

Financial Aid

Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students
Type of Aid Students Percent Amount Average Per Student
All students financial aid 1,269 75%
Grant or scholarship aid 1,066 63% $34,179,370 $32,063
• Federal grants 260 15% $1,556,051 $5,985
• Pell grants 256 15% $962,434 $3,760
• Other federal grants 213 13% $593,617 $2,787
State/local government grant or scholarships 87 5% $832,019 $9,563
Institutional grants or scholarships 1,063 62% $31,791,300 $29,907
Student loan aid 201 12% $1,397,212 $6,951
• Federal student loans 191 11% $838,788 $4,392
• Other student loans 38 2% $558,424 $14,695

All Degrees and Programs

Total of All Education Programs 1717 2056 972 5
Agriculture 1
Food Science and Technology, Other 1
Area, Gender, Cultural, Ethnic, and Group Studies 35 45
African Studies
African-American/Black Studies 6
American Indian/Native American Studies
American/United States Studies/Civilization 10
Area Studies, Other 12
Asian-American Studies 3
East Asian Studies 4 23
Ethnic, Cultural Minority, Gender, and Group Studies, Other 9
Hispanic-American, Puerto Rican, and Mexican-American/Chicano Studies
Latin American Studies 10
Women’s Studies 3
Biology and Biomedical Sciences 123 56 112
Biochemistry 10
Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology, Other 1 4
Biology and Biological Sciences, General 123 25 21
Biomedical Sciences 2
Biophysics 7
Cell Physiology 2
Developmental Biology and Embryology 1 6
Epidemiology 19
Human/Medical Genetics 7 11
Immunology 13
Microbiology and Immunology 15
Molecular Pharmacology
Neuroscience 1 10
Oncology and Cancer Biology 13
Structural Biology
Business, Administration, Management, Marketing, etc. 408 14
Business Administration and Management 351 14
Business Administration, Management and Operations, Other 54
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other 3
Communication and Journalism Programs 38 25 8
Communication and Media Studies, Other 38 25 8
Computing and Information Sciences 86 152 25
Computer Science 86 152 25
Education 192 28
Biology Teacher Education 11
Chemistry Teacher Education 2
Earth Science Teacher Education
Education 108 28
Elementary Education and Teaching 22
English/Language Arts Teacher Education 16
Foreign Language Teacher Education
French Language Teacher Education
German Language Teacher Education
History Teacher Education
Mathematics Teacher Education 16
Physics Teacher Education 2
Social Science Teacher Education 15
Spanish Language Teacher Education
Engineering 235 626 200 5
Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering 39 13
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 20 11
Chemical Engineering 20 17 7
Civil Engineering 22 143 16 2
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 36 197 89 2
Engineering, Other 86 16 3
Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering 10
Industrial Engineering
Materials Engineering 7 45 12 1
Mechanical Engineering 54 138 42
Petroleum Engineering 11 7
Systems Engineering
Engineering Technology 59 157 16
Engineering/Industrial Management 59 157 16
English Language, Composition and Literature/Letters 69 11 10
English Language and Literature 69 7 6
English Language and Literature/Letters, Other 4 4
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 56 14 16
Chinese Language and Literature 5 3 1
Classics and Classical Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 16 2 2
Comparative Literature 8 2
Foreign Languages and Literatures
French Language and Literature 2 1
German Language and Literature 3 2 1
Italian Language and Literature 1
Japanese Language and Literature 5 1 1
Linguistics 4 4 5
Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
Russian Language and Literature 4 1
Spanish Language and Literature 8 1 3
Health Services and Allied Health Sciences 15 100
Health and Medical Administrative Services, Other 10
Medical Informatics 5 1
Medicine 99
History 63 14 9
History 63 14 9
Human Services 22 9
Public Policy Analysis 22 9
Legal and Law Studies 213
Advanced Legal Research/Studies 42
Law 171
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 6 16 7
Humanities/Humanistic Studies 6 1 7
Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies 15
Mathematics and Statistics 57 117 31
Applied Mathematics, Other 22
Computational and Applied Mathematics 24 13
Financial Mathematics 46
Mathematics 35 2 9
Statistics 45 9
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies 277 1
Biological and Physical Sciences
Cognitive Science 18 1
Human Biology 219
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Other
Science, Technology and Society 40
Natural Resources and Conservation 9 3
Natural Resources Conservation and Research, Other 9 3
Physical Sciences 95 42 105
Chemistry 18 3 35
Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences, Other 11 7 17
Geology and Earth Science 32 15
Geophysics and Seismology 2 5 4
Physics 32 6 29
Physics, Other 6 20
Psychology 79 25 12
Psychology 79 25 12
Social Sciences 377 91 51
Anthropology 15 7 8
Archaeology 3
Economics 141 23 26
International Relations and Affairs 108 21
Political Science and Government 74 5 8
Sociology 26 35 9
Urban Studies/Affairs 10
Visual and Performing Arts 40 30 12
Art History, Criticism and Conservation 8 2 2
Art/Art Studies 2
Cinematography and Film/Video Production 9
Drama and Dramatics/Theater Arts 8 2
Film/Cinema/Video Studies 3
Fine/Studio Arts 5 4
Industrial and Product Design 3
Music Theory and Composition 5
Music 14 12 3
Above data represents first majors only.
(-) Indicates that a program is not offered at this level.

Admissions Information

Application Fee

College has an application fee: Yes

Regular application fee: $90

Online application fee: $90
Enrollment Rates

Percent applicants admitted: 9%

Percent of students who return for sophomore year: 98%

Admissions Considerations
Secondary school GPA: Recommended
Secondary school record: Required
Recommendations: Required
Admission test scores (SAT/ACT): Required
College-preparatory program: Recommended
TOEFL: Recommended

Undergraduate Admissions Fall 2011
Number of Applicants: 34,348
Percent Admitted: 7%
Percented Admitted Who Enrolled: 70%

Test Scores: Fall 2011

SAT Critical Reading

  • 670 (25th Percentile)
  • 770 (75th Percentile)

SAT Math

  • 670 (25th Percentile)
  • 780 (75th Percentile)

SAT Writing

  • 690 (25th Percentile)
  • 780 (75th Percentile)

ACT Composite

  • 30 (25th Percentile)
  • 34 (75th Percentile)

ACT English

  • 30 (25th Percentile)
  • 35 (75th Percentile)

ACT Math

  • 30 (25th Percentile)
  • 35 (75th Percentile)

Enrollment Statistics

Undergraduate Attendance Status

Undergraduate Student Gender

Undergraduate Student Age

Undergraduate Student Residence

Graduate Attendance Status

Undergraduate Race/Ethnicity

Retention and Graduation Rates

Retention Rates for First-Time Students Pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees

Overall Graduation and Transfer-Out Rates for Students

Graduation Rates for Students Pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees

6-Year Graduation Rate by Gender for Students Pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees

6-Year Graduation Rate by Race/Ethnicity for Students Pursuing Bachelor’s Degrees

Undergraduate Majors

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, & Gender Studies

African Studies B
African-American Studies B
American Studies B
Asian American Studies B
East Asian Studies B
German Studies B
Hispanic-American Studies B
Native American Studies B
Women’s Studies B

Arts, Visual & Performing

Art – General B
Drama/Theater Arts B
Fine/Studio Arts B
Music – General B

Biological & Biomedical Sciences

Biology B

Communications & Journalism

Communications/Rhetoric B

Computer & Information Sciences

Computer Science B
Computer/Information Sciences – General B


Chemical Engineering B
Civil Engineering B
Electrical/Communications Engineering B
Engineering – General B
Environmental Engineering B
Materials Engineering B
Materials Science B
Mechanical Engineering B
Petroleum B

Engineering Technologies

Engineering/Industrial Management B

English Language & Literature

English Composition B
English Language & Literature – General B
English Literature (British) B

Foreign Language & Literature

Chinese B
Classics B
Comparative Literature B
French B
German B
Italian B
Japanese B
Linguistics B
Slavic B
Spanish B


History – General B

Liberal Arts & Sciences

Humanities B


Mathematics – General B

Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies

Global Studies B
Intercultural/Multicultural/Diversity Studies B
Mathematics/Computer Science B
Science, Technology & Society B
Systems Science/Theory B

Natural Resources & Conservation

Environmental Science B

Philosophy & Religion

Philosophy B
Religion/Religious Studies B

Physical Sciences

Chemistry B
Geology B
GeophysicsSeismology B
Physics B


Psychology – General B

Public Administration & Services

Public Policy Analysis B

Social Sciences

Anthropology B
Archaeology B
Economics B
International Relations B
Political Science/Government B
Sociology B
Urban Studies B

Degree levels for each major are designated by the following letters:

    A = Associate degree
    B = Bachelor’s degree
    C = Certificate or diploma

*We do not guarantee the accuracy of information on this page. All information is subject to change. You should confirm all information with a college admissions officer.

Stanford University Highlights

School Information

Phone Number: (650) 723-2300
Type of School: 4-year, Private non-profit
Apply Online:
Address: , Stanford, CA 94305
Setting: Suburb: Large
Campus Housing: Yes

Students & Programs

Student Population: 17,249
6-yr Graduation Rate (Bachelor's): 94%
Student-to-faculty Ratio: 5 to 1
Distance Learning Programs:
Distance Learning Students*: 16,346 (95% of total students)
Degree Levels Offered: Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate

* Students taking at least 1 distance learning course

Tuition & Financial Aid*

In-state Tuition: $53,529
Out-of-state Tuition: $53,529
% of Students Receiving Financial Aid: 70%
Avg. Amount of Grant or Scholarship Aid Awarded: $54,808

* Full-time beginning undergraduate students. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

Stanford University Programs

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Degree Name Cert Assoc Bach Mast Doct
Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender, and Group Studies 841
Biological and Biomedical Sciences 11014
Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services 31
Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs 121
Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services 111
Education 131
Engineering 6999
Engineering Technologies and Engineering-related Fields 111
English Language and Literature/Letters 122
Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics 10810
Health Professions and Related Programs 41
History 111
Legal Professions and Studies 11
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities 1
Mathematics and Statistics 233
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies 32
Natural Resources and Conservation 11
Philosophy and Religious Studies 322
Physical Sciences 565
Psychology 222
Public Administration and Social Service Professions 11
Social Sciences 865
Visual and Performing Arts 665
Grand total 6638967

* Based on programs that produced 2019-2020 graduates

Tuition & Financial Aid

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Undergraduate Student Tuition

Average tuition and fees for academic year:

Tuition and Fees 2019-2020
In-state $53,529
Out-of-state $53,529
Books and supplies $1,245

Graduate Student Tuition

Average tuition and fees for academic year:

Tuition and Fees 2019-2020
In-state $53,151
Out-of-state $53,151

Undergraduate Student Financial Aid, 2018-2019

Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students

Type of Aid Number Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Avg. Amt. of Aid
Any student financial aid 1,192 70%
Grant or scholarship aid 948 56% $54,808
Student loan aid 121 7% $8,205

All Undergraduate Students

Type of Aid Number Receiving Aid % Receiving Aid Avg. Amt. of Aid
Grant or scholarship aid 4,295 61% $49,255
Federal student loans 543 8% $5,456

Admissions & Enrollment

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Undergraduate Admissions, Fall 2020

Total Male Female
Number of applicants 47,498 24,902 22,596
Percent admitted 100% 4% 5%
Percent admitted who enrolled 4% 3% 4%

Admissions Considerations

Required Recommended Optional
Secondary school GPA
Secondary school rank
Secondary school record
Completion of college-preparatory program
Formal demonstration of competencies
Admission test scores
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language

Stanford University Enrollment, Fall 2020

Total Enrollment 17,249
Undergraduate enrollment 6,996
Graduate enrollment 10,253

Undergraduate Attendance

Undergraduate Gender

Undergraduate Age

Undergraduate Race/Ethnicity

Undergraduate Distance Education

Undergraduates taking 100%, Some, or No Distance Education

Graduate Distance Education

Graduate students taking 100%, Some, or No Distance Education

Stanford University Accreditation

This institution is accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission

Specialized institution accreditations:

  • American Bar Association, Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar
    • Law (LAW) - Professional schools
  • American Psychological Association, Commission on Accreditation
    • Counseling Psychology (COPSY) - PhD Doctoral programs
    • Professional Psychology (IPSY) - Predoctoral internship programs
    • Professional Psychology (RPSY) - Postdoctoral residency programs
    • Professional Psychology (RPSY) - Postdoctoral residency programs
  • Liaison Committee on Medical Education
    • Medicine (MED) - Programs leading to the M.D. degree
  • National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education
    • Teacher Education (TED) - Baccalaureate and graduate programs for the preparation of teachers and other professional personnel for elementary and secondary schools

*General information for this school has been gathered from the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) database, a service provided by the U.S. Department of Education. does not guarantee the accuracy of information on this page. All information is subject to change. You should confirm all information with a college admissions officer.

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