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Scripps College 1030 Columbia Ave. • Claremont, CA 91711

Admission: 909-621-8149 • Financial Aid: 909-621-8275 •

Single Gender • Four-Year • Traditional Liberal Arts College Scripps College offers the best of both worlds: as the women’s college of The Claremont Colleges, on one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses, it offers an intense and intimate educational experience grounded in a core curriculum. As part of a consortium of outstanding liberal arts colleges and graduate institutions literally next door to one another, it provides myriad opportunities for academic and extra-curricular activities both at Scripps and the other Claremont Colleges. Campus Information

Admission Information

Academic Calendar Semester System Undergrad: 945 Number of Students Average Size of Entering Class 235 Largest UG Degree Programs Politics/International Relations; Media Studies; Psychology; Studio Art; Economics Distance Learning Offered No 10.2:1 Student to Faculty Ratio Freshmen who Return as Sophomores 92% Tuition (w/o financial aid) $45,350 Housing Policy First-year students required to live on campus See website Auto Regs/Parking Extracurricular Intercollegiate & Intramural sports; Over 200 Student Organizations; ROTC Programs

Financial Aid Information First-Year Deadline for Financial Aid N/A (must follow admission plan deadlines posted on website) FAFSA and CSS/Fin. Aid Profile Financial Aid Forms Required Types of Aid Available Federal Pell Grants; FSEOG; Cal Grants; Federal Perkins Loans; Merit-based Scholarships; Federal Work Study; Campus Employment; Institutional Loans; Deferred Payment Plan; Alternative/private student loans

Percent of Freshmen Receiving Financial Aid 46% 11%

Application Fee Application Fee Waiver Commitment Deposit Amount Early Decision

Procedures & Standards—First-Years Application Deadline Fall: Jan. 2 Fall: Apr. 1 Date Students Notified of Admission Accept/Recommend A-G Course Pattern Yes Honors AP, &/or IB curriculum Recommended/Req’d Courses Middle 50% SAT Range for Freshman Class Math Scores 620 to 700 Writing 650 to 730 Critical Reading 640 to 730 Average GPA of Entering Class 4.1 (weighted)

Profile of Incoming Freshmen Applicants Admitted Fall Admit Rate

State/Local Grants

Graduation Rates

Other Countries 8.1% Institutional Grants

Student Loans


Asian Black/African American Hispanic

.3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 52% 4.8% 8.6% 3.2%

White Non-Resident Alien

Other States 40%

California 51.9%

Procedures & Standards—Transfers

.2% American Indian/Alaska Native 3.8%

85% 89%

Freshman Class Geographical Profile


(All Undergraduates) 18.2%

2,373 769 32.4%

Freshmen who graduate within four years Freshmen who graduate within five years


Federal Grants

$60 Yes $500 Yes

Application Deadline Spring: Nov. 1 Priority Scholarship Consideration None for transfer students Date Students Notified of Adm. Fall: May 15; Spring: Dec. 15 Advanced Placement Offered Yes Advanced Credit Given Yes Transfer Units Accepted Min. Sem: 16; Qtr: 24; Max. Sem: 64; Qtr: 96 Res Units Required for a Bachelors Degree Sem: 24 Qtr: 96 or 16 courses Accept IGETC/CSUGE Breadth IGETC:Yes; CSUGE: See website

Race/Ethnicity Unknown Two or More Races

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