University of Rochester
The University of Rochester, founded in 1850, is a private, non-sectarian institution. Through 25 academic departments and 21 research centres, the institution provides 73 undergraduate majors, 18 master's degrees, and 24 Ph.D. programmes.

Cost of attendance

The average cost to attend Rochester University is 70,000 USD which includes tuition fees, cost of living in US, and various other personal expenses. 


On-campus housing in the United States is available at the institute in residence halls, sororities and fraternities, apartments, and townhouses. Normally, first-year students are required to live in one of the university's recommended residence halls. Undergraduate students are guaranteed housing at the university. The institute's residential facility can house approximately 4100 students. Students can choose from 36 different types of residence halls. Linen, internet access, cable TV access, mail facilities, cooking facilities, dining plans, and other amenities are made available to boarding students. The average student spent $11,002 to $13,156 on housing and $6,380 on food. The average monthly rent for off-campus housing is between 750 and 950 USD.

Acceptance rate

From 125 different countries, the university has 5,512 undergraduate students and 1,339 graduate students. International students make up 58 percent of the student body. The University of Rochester has a 35% acceptance rate.


The University of Rochester campus spans 600 acres and is organised into three campuses: River Campus, Eastman School of Music, and South Campus. The URMC fitness centre is a 24-hour health club open to students, faculty, and alumni. The University Health Service (UHS) provides students with high-quality, low-cost health care. In addition to off-campus restaurants, full-service restaurants, subs, and Starbucks are available on campus. The Wilson Commons Students Activities at River Campus registers around 275 student groups and organisations that cater to students' diverse interests. From academic seminars to party nights, the institute provides its students with a dynamic social life outside of the classroom all year long. Rochester, located in western New York, is known as a cultural centre for music, arts, and women's rights movements.


The University of Rochester is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education

Jobs and Placement

Rochester, located in western New York, is known as a cultural centre for music, arts, and women's rights movements. Two years after graduation, the institute has an employment rate of around 92 percent. Approximately 6 years after graduation, the average salary is 61,200 USD/year. The university also attracts top New York employers, with many graduates being placed immediately after graduation.

QS Ranking

#154 QS World University Rankings 2022

The Ranking

#142 World University Rankings 2022

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