" class="external">http://www.rochester.edu The following compiled from " class="external">http://www.rochester.edu/news/facts/ General description: Private, coeducational, nonsectarian President: Thomas H. Jackson, the University's ninth
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Full-time facutly and staff: 11,200
Alumni: More than 91,700 living
Research volume: Rochester consistently ranks among the top 30 colleges and universities nationwide in federally financed science, engineering, medical, and other research.
Consortium On Financing Higher Education (COFHE) Rochester is one of the 32 members of this association of the nation's top private colleges and universities.
Association of American Universities (AAU) Rochester is one of 63 members of this organization of the leading public and private research and graduate institutions in the United States and Canada.
Funding and Finances Tuition and other costs: 2002–03 River Campus undergraduate tuition: $25,430. Total charges (including room, board, fees, books, and personal expenses)—approximately $37,100.
Financial aid: Undergraduate: More than $40 million (includes 2001–02 University scholarship and grant expenditures only, not federal and state grants and loans).
Most Rochester undergraduates receive some form of financial assistance, including academic merit scholarships. More than 95 percent of Ph.D. students receive financial aid, usually enough to cover tuition and living expenses.
Total University budget for expenditures: $1,221,097,000 (2001–02).
Total voluntary support: $57,770,000 (year ending June 30, 2002).
Endowment: $1.1 billion (as of June 30, 2002). As of June 30, 2001 (latest available date for comparative figures), Rochester's endowment was ranked 30th in the nation among institutions of higher education.