|Tuition & Fees||$60,552 (2020)|
|Test Scores||1,535 (SAT) 103 (ACT)|
|Student to Faculty Ratio||5 to 1|
University of Chicago is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission (01/01/1913 - Current[Estimated Date]).
2019-2020 Tuition & Fees
The undergraduate tuition & fees at University of Chicago is $60,552 for academic year 2019-2020. The graduate tuition & fees at University of Chicago is $61,548 for academic year 2019-2020. University of Chicago offers the alternative tuition plans. 61 students have received grants and/or scholarships and the average amount of received financial aid is $38,615 (exclude student loans).
Admission, Enrollment, and Graduation
The acceptance rate at University of Chicago is 6% and the admission yield (also known as enrollment rate) is 81%. The average SAT score is 1,535 and the average ACT score is 103. University of Chicago accepts advanced placement(AP) credits. Total 17,002 students are attending at University of Chicago (6,632 undergraduate students). There are 2,271 full-time faculty (instructional/teaching staffs) and 425 part-time faculty working for University of Chicago. The students to faculty ratio is 5 to 1 (20.00%). The number of non-teaching staffs is 9,912 (full-time) and 1,822 (part-time). The graduation rate at University of Chicago is 94% and the retention rate is 99% at the school.
Special Learning Opportunities & On-Campus Services
University of Chicago offers the distance learning courses, but students may be required to attend/visit regular classes to complete their degree/programs. University of Chicago offers ROTC, study abroad, teacher certification program. On University of Chicago campus, academic/career services, employment services for students, placement services for completers are provided for their students.
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University of Chicago Mission Statement
The University has a , formally adopted by the governing board and made public, declaring that it is an institution of higher education. Since its founding, the mission of the University of Chicago, reiterated by each president, has been to sustain at the highest level of excellence the communication of knowledge, the creation of knowledge, and the fostering of a dynamic community of scholars and students.The University's first formal statement of mission appears in its Articles of Incorporation, initially adopted in 1890 and most recently amended in 1944.