California Institute of Technology is a small four-year university in the midsized city of Pasadena, CA.
The school is on the quarter calendar system and is a research university with very high research activity.
There are 982 undergraduate students and 1,262 graduate students at California Institute of Technology.
The freshman class has 222 students.
Students attend full-time.
It is a very selective institution with a low transfer-in rate; 13% of students who apply to California Institute of Technology are admitted and 36% of those admitted students attend the school.
The school has its own library and participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs for those who qualify.
Most students attend for four or more years and there is a majority graduate and professional student population. Most undergraduates study the arts and sciences or professions.
There is high graduate student coexistence with the undergraduates.
California Institute of Technology's President is Jean-Lou Chameau.
Fields of study offered at California Institute of Technology