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The Class of 2010 Makes Its College Choices
Posted 06/11/2010 10:34AM
The Class of 2010 graduates on Saturday, June 12, 2010, and following what we hope is a very enjoyable summer, leave in August and September to attend dozens of excellent and prestigious colleges and universities across the nation. The list below reflects where our students will be going next fall (more than one student may be attending a particular school). Congratulations to all our seniors!   

American University
Bard College
Barnard College
Bates College
Bennington College
Boston University
Carnegie Mellon University
Colgate University
Columbia College
Columbia University
Denison University
Eckerd College
Fordham University
Goucher College
Harvard University
Indiana University
Kenyon College
Lewis & Clark College
Loyola University Chicago
Loyola University New Orleans
Macalester College
Mass Institute of Technology
Middlebury College
Mount Holyoke College
New York University
Northwestern University
Oberlin College
Occidental College
Reed College
Rochester Institute of Technology
San Francisco State University
Sarah Lawrence College
St. John's College
Stanford University
Syracuse University
The George Washington University
Tufts University
University of California at Merced
University of California at San Diego
University of California Santa Cruz
University of Chicago
University of Denver
University of Kansas
University of Michigan
University of Oregon
University of Puget Sound
University of San Francisco
University of Southern California
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Vassar College
Wake Forest University
Wesleyan University
Western Washington University
Wheaton College
Williams College
Yale University



URBAN-AT-A-GLANCE

Number of Students: 420

  • San Francisco 80%
  • Marin 10%
  • East Bay 3%
  • Peninsula/South Bay 7%

Faculty to student ratio: 1:9
Faculty with advanced degrees: 65%
Faculty of color: 35%
Average class size: 14
Students of color: 42%
Students receiving $3.72 million in tuition assistance: 29%


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