Is UChicago difficult to get into?

Is UChicago difficult to get into?

Given the school's very highly selective admissions, acceptance at UChicago extremely difficult and unlikely even with a 4.

How do you get into UChicago?

To have the best shot of getting in, you should aim for the 75th percentile, with a 1570 SAT or a 35 ACT. You should also have a 4.

Can I double major at UChicago?

At UChicago, students can declare multiple majors, but choose one as their primary major. This is the major that is written on a student's diploma.

How many classes can you take at UChicago?

Major. You must complete at least one of the 50+ majors offered in the College at UChicago. They vary in size, from 9 to 19 courses (900-1900 units of credit), and your major might dictate how you need to satisfy some of your foundational Core requirements.

Is UChicago major blind?

U.S. ... The University of Chicago's consideration of applications for admission is need-blind for citizens of the U.S. and Canada as well as U.S. permanent residents. This means that for these applicants, submitting an application for need-based financial aid will have no bearing on admission to the College.

What are my chances of getting into UChicago?


How much does it cost to apply to UChicago?

The University of Chicago does not charge an application fee for students applying for need-based financial aid, veterans, and veteran dependents. For students not applying for need-based financial aid, our application fee is $75 and can be submitted through the Coalition or Common Application.