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96% 48% Castleton University
Castleton Vermont

Castleton University


Students similar to you have a 96% likelihood of admission to Castleton University - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 96%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 75%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $16,679

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $13,101
  • $30,001-$48,000 $15,001
  • $48,001-$75,000 $17,509
  • $75,001-$110,000 $18,922
  • $110,000+ $19,854

Median student debt: $25,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $258/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 36%

Students receiving federal grants: 76%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 2%

Black: 2%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 63%

Out of state: 37%

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:12

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: New England

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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65% 48% Green Mountain College
Poultney Vermont

Green Mountain College


Students similar to you have a 65% likelihood of admission to Green Mountain College - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 65%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 54%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $22,211

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,936
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,593
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,892
  • $75,001-$110,000 $23,647
  • $110,000+ $34,505

Median student debt: $23,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $237/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 40%

Students receiving federal grants: 80%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 3%

Black: 4%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: Under 1,000

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:14

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: New England

Locale: Rural

Religious affiliation: International United Pentecostal Church

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92% 48% Virginia Wesleyan College
Norfolk Virginia

Virginia Wesleyan College


Students similar to you have a 92% likelihood of admission to Virginia Wesleyan College - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 92%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: 38%

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 61%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $24,141

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $25,815
  • $30,001-$48,000 $19,218
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,893
  • $75,001-$110,000 $24,425
  • $110,000+ $25,867

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 39%

Students receiving federal grants: 70%

Demographics

Women: 64%

Hispanic: 7%

Black: 24%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:13

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: International United Pentecostal Church

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93% 48% Saint Martin's University
Lacey Washington

Saint Martin's University


Students similar to you have a 93% likelihood of admission to Saint Martin's University - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 93%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 76%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $21,355

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $11,859
  • $30,001-$48,000 $15,791
  • $48,001-$75,000 $18,864
  • $75,001-$110,000 $25,952
  • $110,000+ $26,257

Median student debt: $25,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $258/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 31%

Students receiving federal grants: 47%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 13%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:12

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Far West

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: Christ and Missionary Alliance Church

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61% 48% University of Connecticut-Stamford
Stamford Connecticut

University of Connecticut-Stamford


Students similar to you have a 61% likelihood of admission to University of Connecticut-Stamford - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 61%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 46%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 85%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $7,358

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $3,373
  • $30,001-$48,000 $5,421
  • $48,001-$75,000 $8,935
  • $75,001-$110,000 $11,743
  • $110,000+ $13,417

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 35%

Students receiving federal grants: 39%

Demographics

Women: 52%

Hispanic: 23%

Black: 11%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 89%

Out of state: 11%

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:18

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: No

Meal plan available: No

Geographic region: New England

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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96% 48% University of the Ozarks
Clarksville Arkansas

University of the Ozarks


Students similar to you have a 96% likelihood of admission to University of the Ozarks - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 96%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 73%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,723

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,704
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,719
  • $48,001-$75,000 $14,145
  • $75,001-$110,000 $18,082
  • $110,000+ $21,400

Median student debt: $22,540

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $233/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 44%

Students receiving federal grants: 51%

Demographics

Women: 52%

Hispanic: 10%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: Under 1,000

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:14

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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86% 48% Valley City State University
Valley City North Dakota

Valley City State University


Students similar to you have a 86% likelihood of admission to Valley City State University - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 86%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 71%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $11,610

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,720
  • $30,001-$48,000 $7,885
  • $48,001-$75,000 $10,987
  • $75,001-$110,000 $14,155
  • $110,000+ $14,135

Median student debt: $21,330

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $220/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 23%

Students receiving federal grants: 47%

Demographics

Women: 55%

Hispanic: 5%

Black: 4%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 77%

Out of state: 23%

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:11

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Plains

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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64% 48% Erskine College
Due West South Carolina

Erskine College


Students similar to you have a 64% likelihood of admission to Erskine College - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 64%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 61%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $17,802

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $14,450
  • $30,001-$48,000 $17,516
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,725
  • $75,001-$110,000 $22,118
  • $110,000+ $20,250

Median student debt: $26,750

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $276/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 37%

Students receiving federal grants: 70%

Demographics

Women: 45%

Hispanic: 3%

Black: 13%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: Under 1,000

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:12

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Rural

Religious affiliation: None

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80% 48% University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
Belton Texas

University of Mary Hardin-Baylor


Students similar to you have a 80% likelihood of admission to University of Mary Hardin-Baylor - a school with a 48% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 80%

Six-year graduation rate: 48%

Black graduation rate: 32%

Hispanic graduation rate: 37%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 71%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $23,676

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $21,243
  • $30,001-$48,000 $20,867
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,845
  • $75,001-$110,000 $23,624
  • $110,000+ $29,105

Median student debt: $26,750

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $276/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 42%

Students receiving federal grants: 67%

Demographics

Women: 63%

Hispanic: 20%

Black: 15%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:19

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southwest

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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92% 47% Wilmington College
Wilmington Ohio

Wilmington College


Students similar to you have a 92% likelihood of admission to Wilmington College - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 92%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 68%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $22,118

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $19,989
  • $30,001-$48,000 $19,890
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,409
  • $75,001-$110,000 $23,424
  • $110,000+ $27,047

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 43%

Students receiving federal grants: 88%

Demographics

Women: 53%

Hispanic: Not available

Black: 10%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:15

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Great Lakes

Locale: Rural

Religious affiliation: None

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52% 47% Tuskegee University
Tuskegee Alabama

Tuskegee University


Students similar to you have a 52% likelihood of admission to Tuskegee University - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 52%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: 50%

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 70%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $31,468

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $31,882
  • $30,001-$48,000 $32,433
  • $48,001-$75,000 $32,508
  • $75,001-$110,000 $29,770
  • $110,000+ $29,737

Median student debt: $32,122

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $332/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 24%

Students receiving federal grants: 75%

Demographics

Women: 61%

Hispanic: Not available

Black: 89%

Historically Black (HBCU): Yes

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:14

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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45% 47% California State University-Northridge
Northridge California

California State University-Northridge


Students similar to you have a 45% likelihood of admission to California State University-Northridge - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 45%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: 39%

Hispanic graduation rate: 45%

Asian graduation rate: 55%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 77%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $6,797

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $4,328
  • $30,001-$48,000 $5,551
  • $48,001-$75,000 $9,965
  • $75,001-$110,000 $14,508
  • $110,000+ $16,378

Median student debt: $14,196

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $146/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 54%

Students receiving federal grants: 33%

Demographics

Women: 53%

Hispanic: 44%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 95%

Out of state: 5%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:26

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Far West

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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92% 47% University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs Colorado

University of Colorado Colorado Springs


Students similar to you have a 92% likelihood of admission to University of Colorado Colorado Springs - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 92%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 39%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 69%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,649

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $10,698
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,137
  • $48,001-$75,000 $15,088
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,991
  • $110,000+ $18,203

Median student debt: $20,999

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $217/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 31%

Students receiving federal grants: 46%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 16%

Black: 3%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 83%

Out of state: 17%

Student body size: 10,000 - 19,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:17

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Rocky Mountains

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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61% 47% Gallaudet University
Washington District of Columbia

Gallaudet University


Students similar to you have a 61% likelihood of admission to Gallaudet University - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 61%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 80%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,764

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,623
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,326
  • $48,001-$75,000 $15,487
  • $75,001-$110,000 $19,176
  • $110,000+ $22,985

Median student debt: $16,541

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $171/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 57%

Students receiving federal grants: 44%

Demographics

Women: 52%

Hispanic: 12%

Black: 12%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:7

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Mid East

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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52% 47% The Baptist College of Florida
Graceville Florida

The Baptist College of Florida


Students similar to you have a 52% likelihood of admission to The Baptist College of Florida - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 52%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 87%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $9,118

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,539
  • $30,001-$48,000 $9,167
  • $48,001-$75,000 $8,800
  • $75,001-$110,000 Not available
  • $110,000+ $12,892

Median student debt: $20,104

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $207/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 63%

Students receiving federal grants: 59%

Demographics

Women: 36%

Hispanic: 4%

Black: 7%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: Under 1,000

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:10

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: None

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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69% 47% Louisiana College
Pineville Louisiana

Louisiana College


Students similar to you have a 69% likelihood of admission to Louisiana College - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 69%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 50%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,202

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $13,330
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,027
  • $48,001-$75,000 $15,268
  • $75,001-$110,000 $15,325
  • $110,000+ $16,462

Median student debt: $23,027

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $238/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 45%

Students receiving federal grants: 65%

Demographics

Women: 46%

Hispanic: 2%

Black: 28%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:11

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: None

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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89% 47% University of Maine at Fort Kent
Fort Kent Maine

University of Maine at Fort Kent


Students similar to you have a 89% likelihood of admission to University of Maine at Fort Kent - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 89%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 75%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $13,012

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $9,444
  • $30,001-$48,000 $11,166
  • $48,001-$75,000 $14,373
  • $75,001-$110,000 $16,808
  • $110,000+ $17,395

Median student debt: $19,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $201/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 28%

Students receiving federal grants: 36%

Demographics

Women: 72%

Hispanic: 1%

Black: 3%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 79%

Out of state: 21%

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:19

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: None

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: New England

Locale: Rural

Religious affiliation: None

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76% 47% University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth
North Dartmouth Massachusetts

University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth


Students similar to you have a 76% likelihood of admission to University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 76%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: 43%

Hispanic graduation rate: 50%

Asian graduation rate: 50%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 73%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $16,517

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $10,909
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,305
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,313
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,588
  • $110,000+ $22,929

Median student debt: $25,760

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $266/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 38%

Students receiving federal grants: 69%

Demographics

Women: 48%

Hispanic: 8%

Black: 13%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 95%

Out of state: 5%

Student body size: 5,000 - 9,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:16

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: New England

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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72% 47% Cornerstone University
Grand Rapids Michigan

Cornerstone University


Students similar to you have a 72% likelihood of admission to Cornerstone University - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 72%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 82%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $18,505

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $14,311
  • $30,001-$48,000 $15,325
  • $48,001-$75,000 $17,659
  • $75,001-$110,000 $19,530
  • $110,000+ $22,810

Median student debt: $25,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $258/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 38%

Students receiving federal grants: 73%

Demographics

Women: 61%

Hispanic: 4%

Black: 13%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:20

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Great Lakes

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: Episcopal Church, Reformed

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61% 47% Evangel University
Springfield Missouri

Evangel University


Students similar to you have a 61% likelihood of admission to Evangel University - a school with a 47% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 61%

Six-year graduation rate: 47%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 76%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $21,749

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $18,598
  • $30,001-$48,000 $18,770
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,097
  • $75,001-$110,000 $24,595
  • $110,000+ $24,524

Median student debt: $23,065

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $238/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 46%

Students receiving federal grants: 94%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 3%

Black: 4%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:14

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: Yes

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Plains

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None


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