- Vanderbilt University is a private research university located in Nashville, Tennessee, America's "Next 'it' City" according to the New York Times. Map.
- Vanderbilt enrolls 6,851 undergraduate students.
- For all admitted students, Vanderbilt meets 100% of demonstrated need through the Opportunity Vanderbilt program
- Vanderbilt's financial aid awards do not include loans. Awards include grants and a reasonable student work expectation.
- Visit Vanderbilt’s website at www.vanderbilt.edu
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- Connect with student tour guides and bloggers.
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- Take a virtual tour of Vanderbilt's 330-acre, park-like campus.
- 65% of undergraduate students receive some type of financial assistance.
- For 2014-15, the average financial aid package for undergraduates was $45,477.
- 17.7% of students at Vanderbilt come from families who make less than $60,000 per year.
- 15% of first-year students at Vanderbilt receive Federal Pell Grants, which typically go to students whose family incomes are below $40,000.
- According to U.S. News & World Report (2015), Vanderbilt ranks 17 in Economic Diversity among the Top 25 National Universities and 11th in Best Value Schools.
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