Rochester’s undergraduate and graduate students pursue their academic goals in an environment designed to inspire, support, and empower them.
Rochester’s schools offer students a liberal arts education, research experience, and advanced degrees in music, medicine, business, education, and beyond.
With numerous programs and departments spanning social sciences, natural sciences, and arts and humanities, the School of Arts & Sciences is the largest school at the University.
The Hajim School of Engineering & Applied Sciences is one of the nation’s top engineering schools housed in a leading research university.
Part of one of the nation’s top medical centers, the School of Medicine and Dentistry offers a wide range of programs and specialties in medical and graduate education, as well as opportunities for residents, fellows, and postdoctoral researchers.
iZone is a collaborative “problem-solving” space in Rush Rhees Library on the River Campus where creative ideas can evolve into actions that benefit the local community and the world.See how our libraries foster big ideas
Rochester’s unique undergraduate curriculum in Arts, Sciences & Engineering means students take ownership of their program, their career, and their life.
Students and faculty hail from across the globe. We welcome and embrace those diverse perspectives in all aspects of life at Rochester—in classrooms, labs, and open spaces where we listen, share, and learn. You’ll also find our students and alumni studying, researching, living, and working around the world.
As part of our Boundless Possibility strategic plan, we’re reimagining undergraduate and graduate education to continue enhancing and enriching the student journey. This includes innovative classroom experiences and experiential learning opportunities like research, internships, and community-engaged learning.