• Established In : 1864

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    Website : www.swarthmore.edu

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Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Key Information:-

•Formally known:   Swarthmore College Pennsylvania
•Established: 1864
•Address: 500 College Ave, Swarthmore, PA 19081, United States
•Type: Private Liberal Arts College
•Available study options: Research/Graduate/Undergraduate/
• President : Constance Hungerford (Interim)
•Student Acceptance Rate: 14 percent (2013)
• Mascot:     Phineas the Phoenix
• Nickname: The Garnet
• Website: www.swarthmore.edu

 Swarthmore College Pennsylvania  Highlights:-

• Swarthmore College Pennsylvania is a co-educational private university with subjects strengths of liberal arts with engineering.
• This university offers more than 40 academic courses of study and enables students to design their own major programmes.
•  More than 600 courses are offered on campus each year.
• Approximately one-third of students pursue their degree through the College's Honors Program, which emphasizes independent learning and dialogue.
• A powerhouse of research Swathmore is known for its research opportunities in faculties of humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering.
• Student Faculty ratio is 8:1 .
• Admission and financial aid decisions for U.S. citizens and permanent residents are made independently at Swarthmore. Financial aid awards meet the demonstrated need for admitted students, without loan.

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Faculty:-

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Faculty consists of  178 full-time tenure and tenure-track members, 98% have a terminal degree in their field.

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Admissions :

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Admission:-

Applicants are evaluated on the following parameters:

•High School record (as well as strength of curriculum)
•Rank in class (if high school ranks)
•Standardized tests
•Extracurricular commitments
•Essays (included in application)
•Recommendations (two from academic teachers, one from counselor)
•Interview (highly recommended, but not required)

Application Process

Required Materials:-

01. Common Application
02. Swarthmore College Short Answer (250 word limit)
03. $ 60 application form
04. School Report
Guidance Counselor Recommendation
High School Transcript
Midyear Grades: If your school does not have midyear grades, please provide a midyear progress report from your teachers.

05. CLICK HERE for standardised test score
06. Two Academic Subject Teacher Evaluations.

Optional Materials:

01. Interview request
02.Art/Music/Dance/Theater/Creative Writing Supplement
03.Financial Aid

Additional Requirements and Information

Early Decision Applicants

•With your application, please also submit:
•Early Decision Agreement Form
•First quarter/Trimester Senior Grades

International Applicants

•With your application, please also submit:
•A copy of the information page in your valid passport
•TOEFL or the IELTS for non-native English speakers is highly recommended

Additional information to assist with the application process for international students:

•Foreign National Financial Aid Q&A (pdf)
•Foreign Applicant Q&A (pdf)
•Please visit the Financial Aid website to view instructions and deadlines for first-year applicants living outside of the U.S. planning to apply for finacial aid. Here you will find the International Student Certification of Finance Guidelines and other necessary forms.
•Transfer Applicants

Required Materials

•Common Application
•Swarthmore College Transfer Writing Supplement
•Official Final High School Transcript
•Secondary School Final Report
•Registrar Report
•Official College Transcript(s) from all colleges/universities previously attended or currently attending
•Two Academic Reports. At least one recommendation must be from a recent college instructor.
•Mid-Term Report
•Optional Materials

Please visit the Financial Aid website to view instructions and deadlines for transfer applicants living in the U.S. planning to apply for finacial aid. Please Note: Financial Aid is not available for foreign national transfer students.

Alumni Interview - Swarthmore offers transfer applicants the opportunity to interview with an alumnus/a of the college in your local area. All transfer interview requests must be submitted no later than March 6, 2015. To submit a request for a transfer interview, please complete this form.

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania  Academic Year:

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania  Academic Year is divided into two semesters
Fall Term: August to December
Spring Term: January to June

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Tuition Fee:-

The average Swathmore College Pennsylvania Tuition Fee is $57,870.

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Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Infrastructure

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Infrastructure:-

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania campus is spread over 425 acres and comprises of  Scott Arboretum, featuring rolling lawns, a creek, wooded hills, and hiking trails. The Parrish Hall, which houses numerous administrative offices and student lounges, as well as two floors of student housing. The majority of the buildings housing classrooms and department offices are located to the north of Parrish, as are Kyle and Woolman dormitories.The majority of the buildings housing classrooms and department offices are located to the north of Parrish, as are Kyle and Woolman dormitories. The Friends Historical Library collects, preserves, and makes available archival, manuscript, printed, and visual records concerning the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) from their origins mid-seventeenth century to the present.An internationally important archive of papers and books concerning the work of pacifist organizations and individuals, the Peace Collection forms part of the Swarthmore College Library.

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Student Life and Activities: -

93 percent of students at the university live in 17 residence halls on campus. The university is known for its various fraternities and sorerities. The university has 22 varsity teams. Varsity teams include badminton, baseball, basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field and volleyball.Swarthmore has two main student news publications.
One, a weekly newspaper called The Phoenix, is published nearly every Thursday. Swarthmore is known as a center of social and political activism. Swarthmore College Computer Society (SCCS) is a student-run organization independent of the official ITS department of the college.

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Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Rankings

Swathmore College Pennsylvania Swarthmore's reputation spreads far and wide and as such it has been ranked both nationally and internationally.

•In its 2013 college ranking, U.S. News & World Report ranked Swarthmore as the 3rd-best liberal arts college in the nation, behind Williams and Amherst (Swarthmore has been ranked the number one liberal arts college in the country a total of six times).
• Some sources, including Greene's Guides have termed Swathmore as one of the "Little Ivies"
• In 2013, Forbes magazine ranked Swarthmore as sixth in the nation.
• In 2012, The Princeton Review gave Swarthmore a 99 (the highest possible score) on their Admissions Selectivity Rating.
•In 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2013, Swarthmore was named the #1 "Best Value" private college by The Princeton Review.

Swarthmore College Pennsylvania Contact Details

500 College Ave, Swarthmore,
PA 19081, United States

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