Everything on a University Profile
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Written by Prial Gupta
Updated over a week ago

Cialfo offers a wealth of information about colleges and universities around the world on the Universities page. This article shares university profiles for most of the universities on the "Universities" page. To find out more information about a university, you can simply click on the name of the university and you'll be able to view the university's profile.

The University Profile

On clicking the university name you will see 5 primary tabs: Profile, Admissions, Courses, Student Life and Student Data. The list you see below are the details that are available under the university profile.

  • Test Score Range for SAT and ACT

  • Rankings

  • Quick Facts

  • Top Majors

  • School Description

  • Scattergram

  • Demographics

  • Ethnicity Data

  • Environment

  • Application History

  • Applicants (Past and Present)


In the Profile section, you will be able to find a brief about the university, number of applicants per year, QS rankings, acceptance rate, contact information and so on. To get the latest updates from the university or information about changes in deadlines you can add the university to your desired lists by clicking on "Add to List" on the right.

Note : The details such as acceptance rate, applications per year and acceptance rate will reflect only if the university has sufficient data to show.

Under the "Notes" section, you can create your own notes for any university for your reference by clicking on "Add Notes" and they are auto-saved.

Sage - This feature will answer almost all your queries about the university such as an interesting fact about a college, any internships the college offers, the campus life, and much more. You can find this on the bottom right of a university profile.


This section will help you understand the admission criteria for a particular university. Information such as the different types of scores the college accepts, minimum grade points, country wise eligibility criteria will be mentioned here.
Here, you can have a look at the number of recommendations that are required by the university and the deadlines for different courses.

Also, the tuition fees for different regions are also included under the Admission tab.


This will help you find the available courses that a university is offering and also the degree type whether it's a Bachelor's or Master's degree. You can also search for the course using the search bar by applying the 3 filters on the right.

Note: If the university offers courses through Direct Apply, then you can click on "View Course" to go through the details like the fee structure and entry requirements for the course and click on "Add Application" to add them.

Student Life

Here, you can find the sports activities of the university and its divisions. The environment section has information such as the college size and whether the college is a public or a private university. If there's no data for any particular section there are chances that the university does not have enough data to show on the university profile.


Cialfo's Scattergrams allow you to see a "map" of real university admissions decisions in a quick, understandable way. The graph plots past acceptances, denials, and waitlist decisions against each student's high school grade point average (GPA) and SAT or ACT scores. You can change the y-axis according to your available test results.

Also, You may zoom in to the data in Scattergram just by clicking, holding and dragging over the data you will like to view closer in and release. Click on the 'Reset Zoom' to reset it to the full view once you're done. To download the Scattergram, click on the download button on the top right corner of the Scattergram as PDF/JPEG/PDF.

Student Data

Under the student data section, you will find the number of students that have been accepted, waitlisted and denied depending on the year that is set by the counselor. This also includes the student's past year's test scores such as the GPA, SAT, TOEFL and much more.

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