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University of Rochester

University of Rochester

Rochester, NY USA 14627

The University of Rochester is a private university, founded in 1850 and located in Rochester, New York. Renowned as one of the best universities for research, virtually all departments in the university have made prominent discoveries in their respective fields, including the first lab synthesis of morphine in Rochester’s Department of Chemistry. Notable alumni include several Nobel Laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners.

Ranking 33 nationwide, the University of Rochester’s acceptance rate is 35%. Its graduation rate is 85%. The annual tuition rate is $58,276 per year, with generous scholarships and grants available. The University of Rochester is a small school, with about 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students enrolled. The university runs on a semester-based academic calendar.

The University of Rochester’s 154-acre River Campus provides students a close-knit community with easy access to Toronto, New York City, and Boston. Students participate in more than 275 clubs and organizations. Its vibrant arts program provides university students over 900 concerts per year. As one of the largest employers in the region, the university offers great professional growth resources, internships, and career opportunities.

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