Vanderbilt University was founded in 1873 as a private research university in Nashville, Tennessee. Academically, the university focuses on an interdisciplinary approach, encouraging students to take courses from any of the 143 areas of study. The 330-acre urban campus offers four undergraduate schools, features more than three million volumes at the Jean and Alexander Heard library, and provides a variety of student research opportunities through the Vanderbilt University Summer Research Program. First-year students reside at the Martha Rivers Ingram Commons, comprised of ten buildings designed to help students study alongside faculty and mentors.
If you're not rich, it's totally a different world you will be living in. (the Vandybubble) It's annoying but the experience and education is SO worth it. WE BLEED BLACK AND GOLD- LET'S GO DORES!
Z from Nashville, TN
Choosing to attend Vanderbilt was, quite honestly, one of the most wise decisions I have ever made in my short, 20 year life!!! Vanderbilt offers a wide variety of opportunities for all of it's students. From hosting a beautiful campus, to taking an active stance on student health, to making sure every students is represented, Vanderbilt offers not only a high-quality education, but also a well rounded program suited for any individual!!