Colgate University

Colgate University is a four-year liberal arts college with roughly 2,920 undergraduate students. It is located on a 575 acre campus in Madison County, New York. Colgate awards the Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in over 54 undergraduate majors and concentrations. The university also offers the Master of Arts in Education for a select few (3-7) graduate students each year.

Even though most students complete their degree on campus in New York, Colgate also offers semester-long study programs around the globe in foreign locations including Japan, Australia, China, India and several European countries. Nearly 60% of Colgate students complete a study abroad program in a foreign country at some point during their degree. Over 95% of graduates from Colgate University go on to pursue a graduate degree in business, law, medicine, engineering, or the arts and sciences.

Colgate has a freshman admission rate of 27%, making it a fairly selective college. The average GPA for accepted students is 3.8 and the average composite SAT score for entering freshman is 1405 (out of a possible 1600). Over 95% of entering freshman at Colgate were among the top 20% of their graduating high school class.

Colgate has been ranked 19th in the nation among liberal arts colleges by U.S. News & World Report. It was also recognized by The Princeton Review as having the most beautiful campus of any university in the United States. Colgate was the only non-Ivy League undergraduate institution to be listed among the top 10 colleges on the Forbes' list of "Top Colleges for Getting Rich".


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Phone Number: (315) 228-1000
Address: 13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, New York 13346-1398
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Size: Small ( 2,900+ undergrad, less than 100 grad )
Award Levels: Bachelor's, Master's
In-State Tuition $ 40,747
Out-of-State Tuition $ 40,762
Online Degrees Offered: NO
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 10 to 1
Website Address: www.colgate.edu
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