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54% 74% Elmhurst College
Elmhurst Illinois

Elmhurst College


Students similar to you have a 54% likelihood of admission to Elmhurst College - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 54%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 84%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $20,678

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $16,982
  • $30,001-$48,000 $17,915
  • $48,001-$75,000 $18,658
  • $75,001-$110,000 $21,079
  • $110,000+ $24,355

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 34%

Students receiving federal grants: 80%

Demographics

Women: 59%

Hispanic: 17%

Black: 5%

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: 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: Great Lakes

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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54% 74% Washington College
Chestertown Maryland

Washington College


Students similar to you have a 54% likelihood of admission to Washington College - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 54%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 86%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $31,749

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $18,751
  • $30,001-$48,000 $23,366
  • $48,001-$75,000 $28,524
  • $75,001-$110,000 $31,316
  • $110,000+ $37,883

Median student debt: $24,250

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $250/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 16%

Students receiving federal grants: 57%

Demographics

Women: 55%

Hispanic: 2%

Black: 5%

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: Mid East

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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41% 74% State University of New York at New Paltz
New Paltz New York

State University of New York at New Paltz


Students similar to you have a 41% likelihood of admission to State University of New York at New Paltz - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 41%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: 69%

Hispanic graduation rate: 69%

Asian graduation rate: 69%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $16,599

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,839
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,213
  • $48,001-$75,000 $18,141
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,518
  • $110,000+ $21,280

Median student debt: $19,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $196/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 32%

Students receiving federal grants: 53%

Demographics

Women: 62%

Hispanic: 16%

Black: 5%

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: 1:15

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Mid East

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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57% 74% University of the Sciences
Philadelphia Pennsylvania

University of the Sciences


Students similar to you have a 57% likelihood of admission to University of the Sciences - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 57%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: 72%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $31,572

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $25,687
  • $30,001-$48,000 $32,748
  • $48,001-$75,000 $29,265
  • $75,001-$110,000 $31,493
  • $110,000+ $35,823

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 28%

Students receiving federal grants: 68%

Demographics

Women: 60%

Hispanic: 4%

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: 1:9

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: Mid East

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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48% 74% Spelman College
Atlanta Georgia

Spelman College


Students similar to you have a 48% likelihood of admission to Spelman College - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 48%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: 77%

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 91%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $34,232

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $31,122
  • $30,001-$48,000 $31,023
  • $48,001-$75,000 $36,642
  • $75,001-$110,000 $38,936
  • $110,000+ $40,263

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 49%

Students receiving federal grants: 83%

Demographics

Women: 100%

Hispanic: Not available

Black: 95%

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: 1:11

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: City

Religious affiliation: None

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49% 74% Augustana College
Rock Island Illinois

Augustana College


Students similar to you have a 49% likelihood of admission to Augustana College - a school with a 74% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 49%

Six-year graduation rate: 74%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 69%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 89%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $22,009

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $15,499
  • $30,001-$48,000 $16,155
  • $48,001-$75,000 $19,098
  • $75,001-$110,000 $23,216
  • $110,000+ $26,896

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 24%

Students receiving federal grants: 70%

Demographics

Women: 57%

Hispanic: 9%

Black: 3%

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: 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: City

Religious affiliation: None

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48% 73% SUNY Oneonta
Oneonta New York

SUNY Oneonta


Students similar to you have a 48% likelihood of admission to SUNY Oneonta - a school with a 73% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 48%

Six-year graduation rate: 73%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 60%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 83%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $17,829

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,657
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,289
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,609
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,203
  • $110,000+ $21,209

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 31%

Students receiving federal grants: 63%

Demographics

Women: 60%

Hispanic: 10%

Black: 3%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 98%

Out of state: 2%

Student body size: 5,000 - 9,999

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: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Mid East

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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58% 73% Purdue University-Main Campus
West Lafayette Indiana

Purdue University-Main Campus


Students similar to you have a 58% likelihood of admission to Purdue University-Main Campus - a school with a 73% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 58%

Six-year graduation rate: 73%

Black graduation rate: 66%

Hispanic graduation rate: 72%

Asian graduation rate: 72%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 91%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $13,516

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $4,446
  • $30,001-$48,000 $5,796
  • $48,001-$75,000 $11,233
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,953
  • $110,000+ $20,886

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 18%

Students receiving federal grants: 31%

Demographics

Women: 41%

Hispanic: 4%

Black: 2%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 53%

Out of state: 47%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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: Yes

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: None

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44% 73% Southwestern University
Georgetown Texas

Southwestern University


Students similar to you have a 44% likelihood of admission to Southwestern University - a school with a 73% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 44%

Six-year graduation rate: 73%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 61%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $22,573

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $16,864
  • $30,001-$48,000 $16,348
  • $48,001-$75,000 $21,715
  • $75,001-$110,000 $25,316
  • $110,000+ $28,435

Median student debt: $26,893

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $278/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 27%

Students receiving federal grants: 54%

Demographics

Women: 56%

Hispanic: 21%

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: 1:12

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): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southwest

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: International United Pentecostal Church

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55% 73% Lake Forest College
Lake Forest Illinois

Lake Forest College


Students similar to you have a 55% likelihood of admission to Lake Forest College - a school with a 73% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 55%

Six-year graduation rate: 73%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 64%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 83%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $23,466

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $15,322
  • $30,001-$48,000 $17,328
  • $48,001-$75,000 $20,819
  • $75,001-$110,000 $24,880
  • $110,000+ $32,093

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 37%

Students receiving federal grants: 77%

Demographics

Women: 56%

Hispanic: 16%

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: Great Lakes

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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47% 72% Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore Maryland

Maryland Institute College of Art


Students similar to you have a 47% likelihood of admission to Maryland Institute College of Art - a school with a 72% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 47%

Six-year graduation rate: 72%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 88%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $36,948

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $26,922
  • $30,001-$48,000 $31,675
  • $48,001-$75,000 $36,557
  • $75,001-$110,000 $38,825
  • $110,000+ $41,705

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 22%

Students receiving federal grants: 50%

Demographics

Women: 73%

Hispanic: 6%

Black: 5%

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: 1:9

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: Mid East

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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59% 72% University at Buffalo
Buffalo New York

University at Buffalo


Students similar to you have a 59% likelihood of admission to University at Buffalo - a school with a 72% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 59%

Six-year graduation rate: 72%

Black graduation rate: 67%

Hispanic graduation rate: 75%

Asian graduation rate: 81%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 86%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $16,695

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $11,041
  • $30,001-$48,000 $13,262
  • $48,001-$75,000 $18,594
  • $75,001-$110,000 $21,131
  • $110,000+ $21,902

Median student debt: $19,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $201/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 32%

Students receiving federal grants: 48%

Demographics

Women: 44%

Hispanic: 6%

Black: 7%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 84%

Out of state: 14%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Mid East

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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43% 72% Baylor University
Waco Texas

Baylor University


Students similar to you have a 43% likelihood of admission to Baylor University - a school with a 72% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 43%

Six-year graduation rate: 72%

Black graduation rate: 64%

Hispanic graduation rate: 67%

Asian graduation rate: 72%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 89%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $32,657

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $28,128
  • $30,001-$48,000 $27,851
  • $48,001-$75,000 $30,065
  • $75,001-$110,000 $32,247
  • $110,000+ $37,236

Median student debt: $25,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $258/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 18%

Students receiving federal grants: 43%

Demographics

Women: 57%

Hispanic: 14%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 10,000 - 19,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:15

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: Southwest

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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53% 72% Ramapo College of New Jersey
Mahwah New Jersey

Ramapo College of New Jersey


Students similar to you have a 53% likelihood of admission to Ramapo College of New Jersey - a school with a 72% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 53%

Six-year graduation rate: 72%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 71%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 86%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $22,013

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,439
  • $30,001-$48,000 $13,441
  • $48,001-$75,000 $24,426
  • $75,001-$110,000 $24,810
  • $110,000+ $26,749

Median student debt: $22,846

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $236/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 25%

Students receiving federal grants: 55%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 13%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 93%

Out of state: 7%

Student body size: 5,000 - 9,999

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: None

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): Yes

Study abroad: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Mid East

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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52% 71% Virginia Military Institute
Lexington Virginia

Virginia Military Institute


Students similar to you have a 52% likelihood of admission to Virginia Military Institute - a school with a 71% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 52%

Six-year graduation rate: 71%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 84%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $17,687

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $6,189
  • $30,001-$48,000 $5,405
  • $48,001-$75,000 $12,308
  • $75,001-$110,000 $16,152
  • $110,000+ $23,411

Median student debt: $25,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $258/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 14%

Students receiving federal grants: 46%

Demographics

Women: 10%

Hispanic: 5%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 61%

Out of state: 39%

Student body size: 1,000 - 4,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:11

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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43% 70% University of Tulsa
Tulsa Oklahoma

University of Tulsa


Students similar to you have a 43% likelihood of admission to University of Tulsa - a school with a 70% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 43%

Six-year graduation rate: 70%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 91%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $25,355

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $18,576
  • $30,001-$48,000 $19,724
  • $48,001-$75,000 $24,139
  • $75,001-$110,000 $27,332
  • $110,000+ $29,970

Median student debt: $26,986

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 14%

Students receiving federal grants: 34%

Demographics

Women: 42%

Hispanic: 4%

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: 1:11

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: Southwest

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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48% 70% University of Central Florida
Orlando Florida

University of Central Florida


Students similar to you have a 48% likelihood of admission to University of Central Florida - a school with a 70% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 48%

Six-year graduation rate: 70%

Black graduation rate: 67%

Hispanic graduation rate: 68%

Asian graduation rate: 65%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 89%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,221

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $11,028
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,570
  • $48,001-$75,000 $15,062
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,636
  • $110,000+ $18,045

Median student debt: $18,270

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $188/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 38%

Students receiving federal grants: 43%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 24%

Black: 11%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 93%

Out of state: 7%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:30

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

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: Southeast

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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55% 69% University of California-Riverside
Riverside California

University of California-Riverside


Students similar to you have a 55% likelihood of admission to University of California-Riverside - a school with a 69% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 55%

Six-year graduation rate: 69%

Black graduation rate: 66%

Hispanic graduation rate: 70%

Asian graduation rate: 76%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 91%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $11,779

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $7,809
  • $30,001-$48,000 $8,263
  • $48,001-$75,000 $10,885
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,640
  • $110,000+ $26,489

Median student debt: $19,109

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $197/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 56%

Students receiving federal grants: 52%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 36%

Black: 4%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 97%

Out of state: 3%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:22

Length of program: Four or more years

Student services

Remedial services: None

Academic/career counseling: Yes

On-campus daycare: Yes

ROTC (Reserve Officers' Training Corps): None

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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40% 69% Stony Brook University
Stony Brook New York

Stony Brook University


Students similar to you have a 40% likelihood of admission to Stony Brook University - a school with a 69% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 40%

Six-year graduation rate: 69%

Black graduation rate: 71%

Hispanic graduation rate: 65%

Asian graduation rate: 78%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 89%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $13,717

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,706
  • $30,001-$48,000 $11,465
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,050
  • $75,001-$110,000 $19,197
  • $110,000+ $20,023

Median student debt: $19,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $196/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 33%

Students receiving federal grants: 41%

Demographics

Women: 45%

Hispanic: 11%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 75%

Out of state: 25%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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: Mid East

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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55% 69% Temple University
Philadelphia Pennsylvania

Temple University


Students similar to you have a 55% likelihood of admission to Temple University - a school with a 69% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 55%

Six-year graduation rate: 69%

Black graduation rate: 63%

Hispanic graduation rate: 64%

Asian graduation rate: 70%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 90%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $20,670

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $16,139
  • $30,001-$48,000 $16,727
  • $48,001-$75,000 $19,777
  • $75,001-$110,000 $22,177
  • $110,000+ $24,668

Median student debt: $26,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $268/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 32%

Students receiving federal grants: 62%

Demographics

Women: 51%

Hispanic: 6%

Black: 13%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 71%

Out of state: 29%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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): Yes

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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