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Vassar College is one of the first of the Seven Sisters, a group of historically women’s colleges in the northeast including Mount Holyoke, Wellesley, Smith, Radcliffe (now part of Harvard), Bryn Mawr and Barnard. In 1969, Vassar became the first of the Seven Sisters colleges to open its doors to men.The college does not have a core curriculum and students can declare a major by concentrating in a department, an interdepartmental program, a multidisciplinary program, or an individually tailored field of study in the Independent Program. This intellectual freedom produces original thinkers and has shaped the very essence of Vassar's academic life.
|Global Brand||US Brand||Corporate Reputation||Engineering Program||Liberal Arts Program||Business Programs||Graduate Programs|
|International(Men & Women)%||7||-|
|SAT Section||Score Range|
|Critical Reading||660 - 740|
|Math||650 - 730|
|Writing||660 - 750|
|Total Score||1970 - 2220|
|Fee||In-State||Out of State|
|Aid/Loan||No of students receiving aids||Percent of students receiving aids||Total amount of receiving aids||Average amount of receiving aids|
|Pell Grant Aid||529||22%||$2,236,856.00||$4,228.00|
|Fedral Student Loan||894||37%||$4,199,992.00||$4,698.00|
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