Washington University is a private research university in St. Louis, Missouri, founded in 1853. Its iconic campus is located on the western edge of Forest Park, near the heart of the city. The University offers 34 undergraduate majors across seven schools and colleges as well as numerous graduate and professional programs employing over 5,000 faculty members. The school has produced four Nobel Prize winners, 87 Rhodes scholars, 83 Fulbright Scholars, 14 Pulitzer Prize winners and several MacArthur Genius Award recipients. Washington University also possesses an impressive network of alumni with more than 200 active clubs worldwide making it one of the most famous universities in the United States of America. The university's endowment totals over $7 billion dollars USD making it one of the richest universities in America and top 15 nationally for designation from donors both large and small to fund its mission-driven work around education, healthcare and social justice through philanthropic donations.
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