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University of Rochester

The University of Rochester is a private institution founded in 1850. It has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 6,500 students and takes pride in being one of the smallest and most collegiate schools among the nation’s top research universities.
Fast Facts 
  • Located in western New York
  • Offers 79 majors and 83 minors
  • 10:1 student to faculty ratio
  • Ranked 29 among Best National Universities on U.S News & WR
  • Students in arts, science and engineering build their own program of study with no general education requirements and no traditional core curriculum.

Student Life
  • More than 275 student clubs and organizations 
  • A quarter of students are active members of Greek Life. 
  • Offers 900+ music, arts and cultural experiences including exhibitions, festivals, concerts, products, readings, master classes, etc. 
  • 23 varsity teams compete in both the Liberty League and in NCAA Division III. 
  • Long-held customs involve annual dinners, painting tunnels on the River Campus, Winterfest Weekend and many more festivities. 
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