- Vanderbilt University is a private, research university located in Nashville, Tennessee, home to the "Best Music Scene in the Country" according to Rolling Stone in 2011. Map.
- Vanderbilt enrolls approximately 6,800 undergraduate students.
- For all US citizens and eligible non-citizens, 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
- View the Vanderbilt Profile.
- Connect with student tour guides and bloggers.
- Stay up to date with the Office of Undergraduate Admissions through its website, blog, Facebook and Instagram.
- Request that Vanderbilt send you additional information.
- Take a virtual tour of Vanderbilt's 330-acre, park-like campus.
- 64% of undergraduate students receive some type of financial assistance.
- For 2012-13, the average financial aid package for undergraduates was $43,794.
- 19.4% of students at Vanderbilt come from families who make less than $60,000 per year.
- 14.4% of students at Vanderbilt receive Federal Pell Grants, which typcially go to students whose family incomes are below $40,000.
- 6.7% of students in the class of 2016 are the first in their family to attend a four-year college.
- According to U.S. News & World Report (2013), Vanderbilt ranks 16th in Economic Diversity among the Top 25 National Universities and 16th in Best Value Schools.
|Two or more races