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About the School:
Known as one of the most intellectual colleges in the United States, Reed College is an independent liberal art and sciences institution founded in 1908. Over the course of its existence, the college has produced a lot of successful scholars. At least 32 Rhodes scholars have come out from this institution, which is quite surprising judging its small student body. Moreover, due to celebrities like Steve Jobs, T.J. Miller, and Robert Redford, Reed has also gained pop-culture fame.
Unlike the traditional classes, Reed College offers conference-style classes with a student/faculty ratio of 9:1. It offers a bachelor’s degree in 40 majors, of which 15 are interdisciplinary. Reed also allows students to enroll in dual degree programs. Through this approach, students will be able to graduate from both Reed and an affiliated institution. The cost of education is also quite high. The tuition & fees are charged at over $58,000. To cut down the cost, the college also offers need-based aid to over 50% of the students. The average financial package is worth $47,008.
Reed College provides laptops to students based on needs. Students can borrow a laptop for a fee of $50, which is non-refundable, and the device can be kept for the duration of an academic year. The device will come with Microsoft Office and other essential software. This program is focused on seniors, returning students on financial aid, and those who don’t have access to a computer that meets the college’s minimum requirements. To know the full details about the program, visit Student Technology Equipment Program (STEP).
Reed College has accreditation from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities and the American Chemical Society.
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