Lewis and Clark College is a private educational institution that was established in 1867. The college is located at with an urban setting and the campus size of 134 acres. It ranks at #68(tie) in National Liberal Arts College, according to a report in US News and World Reports.
Programs, Campus and Residence
- The college offers around 29 majors, 27 minors, interdisciplinary and pre-professional programs under College of Arts and Sciences, along with Law School and Graduate School.
- The popular programs offered at Lewis and Clark College are the following:
- Social Sciences
- Biological and Biomedical Sciences
- Foreign Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics
- Visual and Performing Arts
- Around 66% of the student population opts for on-campus residential housing and 34% of students choose off-campus living.
Lewis and Clark College Admission Process
|Test Score||ACT/SAT/GRE or LSAT score|
|Language Proficiency Test||TOEFL/IELTS/ IB English A/ECPE/FCE/CAE/CPE/GTEC/CBT/STEP Eiken score|
|Application Fee||50 USD (for Law)|
|Additional Requirement||Financial Documents, School Report, Teacher Evaluation, Personal Statement, Letter of Recommendation, Resume, Character and Fitness, Supplemental Statements(Optional), Interviews(Optional)|
|Intakes||Fall (late August), Spring (mid-January)|
How to Apply
All the interested applicants have to apply to the college either through the Common Application portal or the traditional Paper Application.
Cost of Attendance
|Tuition and Fees||50, 574 USD|
|Student Body Fee||360 USD|
|Health Insurance||2701 USD|
|Other Expenses||2,196 USD|
|Total Expenditure||50,632 USD|
- Around 60% of full-time undergraduate student population receives some kind of need-based financial aid.
- The average need-based scholarship or grant award is 33,162 USD.