What makes SMU special?

What makes SMU special?

What makes SMU special?

SMU is a great place to live and learn. Tree-lined paths, outdoor art, soothing fountains and colorful gardens invite you to enjoy SMU’s serene setting and the great Dallas weather. SMU is serious about sustainability and is committed to building only eco-friendly, LEED-certified green buildings.

What do I need to get into SMU?

What are the minimum requirements for admission? There are no absolute minimum requirements, but SMU considers GPA, grade pattern, standardized test scores, rigor of high school curriculum, counselor recommendation, extracurricular activities, essay, talents, life experiences and personal qualities.

Is SMU a party school?

SMU’s outstanding academic reputation is being joined by another honor. Playboy Magazine crowned the university No. 1 for Nightlife in its annual “Top 10 Party Schools” list. The magazine ranked America’s top 100 colleges across 900 data points.

What GPA is needed for SMU?

3.64

Does SMU self report?

SMU does superscore the ACT and also accepts self-reported test scores. Please note SMU does not require the SAT essay or the ACT writing test.

How hard is it to get into SMU Singapore?

As long as you have a fair resume, acceptable academic record, little work/course related experience, good GMAT or GRE score and additionally a reason for why you chose SMU, you should be fine.

What is the tuition at SMU per year?

56,560 USD (2019 – 20)

How much does SMU cost per semester?

Undergraduate costs for 2018-19Tuition and fees$54,493Average housing and dining$16,845Total$71,338

How much is housing at SMU?

Residential Commons HousingSMU Residential CommonsSingle Occupancy$6,800$6,800Upper Division CommunitiesDaniel House (double)$5,125$5,155Moore Hall (double)$4,865$4,86511

How do people afford SMU?

Aside from grants, the other major way to pay for college is with student loans. Student loans aren’t free sums of money – you borrow a certain amount to attend SMU, and then pay it back with smaller monthly payments after you graduate.

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