Bowdoin College is a private, liberal arts college in Brunswick, Maine. It was established in 1794, having a graduation rate as high as 93%.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- Over 34 majors and 36 minor degree programs under five departments are running in Bowdoin College currently. Some of the popular majors are – Political Science, Economics, Mathematics, Literature, etc.
- On a 207 acre campus, Bowdoin College offers residence facility to its students. It includes eight residential halls, which can accommodate around 603 freshman students. If applying for on-campus housing, students must complete the online form and submit on or before deadline.
Bowdoin College Admission Proces
|Requirements||Transcripts; SOP; LOR|
|Test Scores||UG: ACT/SAT Graduate: GRE|
|English Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS|
|Application fee||USD 65 (non-refundable)|
|Additional Requirements||Essay and Resume; Personal and Financial Statement|
|Intake Season||November 15|
How to Apply – To apply for admission to Bowdoin College, apply through either Common or Coalition or QuestBridge Application.
Cost and Scholarships
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fee||53,922 USD|
|Room and Board||14,698 USD|
|Books and Supplies||840 USD|
|Personal Expenses||1,250 USD|
The students at Bowdoin College are offered financial aid in the form of scholarships, loans and grants. It is mandatory for students to submit the FAFSA online on or before deadline, to receive financial aid.
- The average aid, need based grant offered to students is 44,887 USD.
- Grants range from 3,810 USD to 70,650 USD, which are loan free.