- Community-minded campus set in an exciting, international city
- Small class size and low student-teacher ratio
The Bottom Line
- The University of Chicago, located on a 215-acre campus that’s been designated a botanic garden, offers students a rigorous education through small, discussion-style classes, as well as immediate access to the “Windy City.”
The University of Chicago is most selective, with an admission
rate of 16.3 percent for the 2012-2013 academic year. There are no
minimum GPA or test score requirements. The school accepts the
Common Application and the University of Chicago Supplement.
Students can view the Supplement...