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Rhodes is a national, four-year, private, coeducational, residential liberal arts and sciences college, one of only 40 colleges and universities in North America profiled in the highly respected guide Colleges That Change Lives.

Academics (2012-13)
10:1 student–to–faculty ratio
14 average class size
182 faculty
96% hold the highest degree possible in their fields
Over 40 majors and minors

Students
Approximately 1,927 students represent 47 states (plus D.C.) and 19 countries and include 21% students of color
More than 80% participate in service
75% complete internships
65% study abroad or at off-campus sites in the U.S
Nearly 100% of first-year students live on campus
50% belong to social fraternities/sororities
100+ student clubs, organizations, intramural and club sports
20 men’s and women’s NCAA Division III intercollegiate teams

Admission and Financial Aid (Class of 2016)
50% ranked in top 10% of high school class
1200-1350 mid-range SAT scores
27-31 mid-range ACT scores
$47,596 tuition, room, board and fees
$33,489 average need-based aid package
$19,272 average merit-based award