The University of Chicago (UC) is a private nondenominational research university that accepts about 8% of the students who apply. UC has approximately 7,000 undergraduate students and 10,000 graduate students. The annual tuition with room and board for an undergraduate is about $80,000 annually which means a 4-year degree is about $320,000.
There are 46 voting members (trustees) of the governing body (board of trustees), 39 of whom are independent. However, the Form 990 reports 50 trustees, which appears to be due to timing differences. 40 of the 50 (80%) are male while 10 of the 50 (20%) are female. Read more
The National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago is an objective non-partisan institution conducting research to produce data in the fields of social science and public opinion. This data helps guide critical program, business, and policy decisions.
A tax-exempt, non-profit 501 (c) 3, NORC was established in 1941 in Chicago, Illinois and prides itself on “research you can trust.” In their own words: Read more