Vassar Earns ‘Military Friendly’ Designation for Supporting Vets on Campus
Trip to Rwanda Strengthens Collaboration with University of Global Health Equity
Eloise Grossman ’25 is quoted in a <em>Washington Post</em> story about a celebration for the late novelist Philip Roth.
President Elizabeth Bradley was named to <em>City & State</em>’s list of New York’s most influential college and university leaders.
Congratulations to Jon Read ’09, Co-Producer of <em>Everything Everywhere All at Once</em>—which swept the Academy Awards!
The <em>Black Wall Street Times</em> lauds Dr. June Jackson Christmas ’45-4 as “a gift to Black mental health.”
Academics & Faculty
Choose from 48 departments and programs, 50 majors, plus the Independent Program (interdisciplinary “design your own” major).
The Vassar faculty is a diverse community of scholars, artists, writers, scientists, musicians, and thinkers. Learn more about the faculty and their teaching and research interests.
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A Vassar education opens minds and doors.
Facts & Stats
- Average AID Award
- Varsity Teams
These figures are for the 2021/22 academic year.
This is Vassar
Vassar is fueled by an abundant energy, a creative force, a curious spirit, propelling our pursuits, hobbies, studies, and artistic endeavors. As we feed off one another’s energy, we further ignite our own fascinations. We can be uncommonly motivated and passionately inspired. We can also be laid back. But we are never just one thing. Eccentrics and introverts, reserved folks and outspoken ones. And no matter who we are, how we’re feeling, or what we’re doing, we share that universal spark that illuminates the world around us. Come take a look.
We at Vassar are committed to attracting, supporting, and retaining a strong and inclusive campus community.
There are over 1,000 campus-wide events annually. You will find arts-related events sponsored by the departments of Art, Music, Dance, Drama, and Film; exhibitions and events at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center, the Palmer Gallery, and the Archives and Special Collections Library.
Background image: Detail of Steel, Croton; Tempura on glass; 1953; Artist: Charles Sheeler, American, 1883-1965.