||1926, by newspaper publisher and philanthropist Ellen Browning Scripps.
||Private, liberal arts college for women.
||The paramount obligation of a college is to develop in its students the ability to think clearly and independently, and the ability to live confidently, courageously, and hopefully.
||Claremont, California, 35 miles east of Los Angeles, sitting at the foot of the San Gabriel Mountains.
||The 37-acre campus is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and has been named by Forbes magazine as one of the top 10 most beautiful college campuses in the world. The campus shares the same square mile with the other Claremont Colleges: Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, and Pomona Colleges, as well as Claremont Graduate University; the Keck Graduate Institute is just down the road.
||17 academic/administrative buildings, a 24,000-square-foot recreational facility adjacent to a 25-meter swimming pool, nine residence halls, a student-run coffee house, an art gallery, a student-run store, a Kaufmann-designed library, a multi-use performing arts center, and the European Union Center of California.
||979 undergraduate students, 272 first-year students. The students represent 47 states and 21 countries. Over 90% reside on campus.
||31% students of color: 4% African American, 18% Asian or Asian American, 9% Latina/Chicana, less than 1% Native American, 5% international.
||65 majors at Scripps or through cross-registration. Students may also design their own majors or pursue a dual or double major (like 25% of our students). Most popular majors:Art, Biology, Economics, English, French Studies, Math, Politics and International Relations, and Psychology
||114 faculty, over 77% full time. 99.1% possess a Ph.D. or appropriate terminal degree. 58% are women, and over 27% are from traditionally underrepresented groups.
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||Approximately 60% of students study off campus in over 40 countries as part of more than 100 approved programs.
||Scripps College is among the most selective colleges in the country, with a 27% admit rate for first-year applicants.
|Student Academic Profile
||SAT scores, middle 50%: Critical Reading 640-750; Math 620-710; Writing 640-730. ACT composite score, middle 50%: 28-33.
||Tuition and Fees $47,164. Room and Board $14,562. Total Annual Cost of Attendance $61,940.
||Academic merit and need-based scholarships are available. Over half of students receive need-based financial aid. We meet 100% of each student’s demonstrated financial need.
||Early Decision I: November 15 Early Decision II: January 1 Regular Decision: January 1
*Figures are based on pre-census as of July 1, 2014.