Tufts University Common Data Set

Tufts Common Data Set

Tufts University Common Data Set

Tufts Common Data Set

Sifting through a college’s Common Data Set can take a lot of time. Instead, we’ve gathered the most important information from Tufts’ most recent Common Data Set to provide you with the information you need, at a quick glance.

This guide contains key information from Tufts’ Common Data Set 2020-2021.

 

Tufts University Common Data Set Quick Facts

Quick Facts

  • Public vs. Private: Private
  • Geographic Region: New England
  • State: Massachusetts
  • Student to Faculty Ratio: 9 to 1
  • Full Time Undergraduates: 5,938

 

Merit Scholarships for Tufts

  • Percentage of students with no financial need who were awarded merit scholarships: 3%
  • Average dollar amount of non-need based merit scholarships: $3,166

Important Factors Considered For Admissions

Academic

  • Rigor of secondary school record
  • Class rank
  • Academic GPA
  • Standardized test scores
  • Application Essay
  • Recommendation(s)

Non-academic

  • Character/personal qualities

Student Life Information

  • Percentage of students from out-of-state: N/A
  • Percentage of students who join sororities: 27%
  • Percentage of students who join fraternities: 18%

 

Student Diversity

  • Percentage of nonresident aliens: 11%
  • Percentage of Hispanic/Latino: 8%
  • Percentage of Black or African American, non-Hispanic: 5%
  • Percentage of White, non-Hispanic: 51%
  • Percentage of American Indian or Alaska Native, non-Hispanic: Less than 1%
  • Percentage of Asian, non-Hispanic: 15%
  • Percentage of Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander, non-Hispanic: Less than 1%
  • Percentage of two or more races, non-Hispanic: 6%
  • Percentage of unknown race and/or ethnicity: 4%

 

This information was gathered from the Tufts Data Set 2020-2021

 

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