- Private (not-for-profit)4 Years (or High)Providence, RIDegree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or aboveDoctor's degree10,257 Students7.67 % Acceptance Rate6:1 Student-Faculty Ratio
Brown University is a private (not-for-profit) (4 years or high) college located in Providence, Rhode Island. It has a total enrollment of 10,257 including undergraduate (7,043) and graduate students and student to faculty ratio is 6 to 1. It is a Degree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or above school by Carnegie Classification and its highest degree is Doctor's degree. The acceptance rate at Brown University is 7.67% for academic year 2018-2019 (undergraduate school).
Brown University is accredited by New England Commission of Higher Education.
Open Admission Policy ✔ Acceptance Rate 7.67 % Yield (Enrollment Rate) 60.93 % Undergraduate Application Fees $75 Graduate Application Fees $75
The acceptance rate is 7.67% at Brown University where total 35,437 students applied and 2,718 were accepted. The yield (also known as enrollment rate) is 60.93% where 1,656 students finally enrolled out of 2,718 accepted studentsAdmission
Amounts Undergraduate Tuition & Fees $58,404 Graduate Tuition & Fees $58,180 On-Campus Living Costs $15,332
The tuition & fees at Brown University, for academic year 2019-2020 is $58,404.
The living cost including room, board, and other expenses is $15,332 when living on campus.Cost of Attendance
Brown University provides various learning opportunities and services for their students. It includes NCAA Member, ROTC Program, Campus Housing, Meal Plan, Study Abroad, Career Counseling, Employment Service and more.
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The mission of Brown University is to serve the community, the nation, and the world by discovering, communicating, and preserving knowledge and understanding in a spirit of free inquiry, and by educating and preparing students to discharge the offices of life with usefulness and reputation. We do this through a partnership of students and teachers in a unified community known as a university-college.