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52% 68% SUNY College at Brockport
Brockport New York

SUNY College at Brockport


Students similar to you have a 52% likelihood of admission to SUNY College at Brockport - a school with a 68% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 52%

Six-year graduation rate: 68%

Black graduation rate: 53%

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: $15,165

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,887
  • $30,001-$48,000 $11,494
  • $48,001-$75,000 $17,140
  • $75,001-$110,000 $19,121
  • $110,000+ $18,991

Median student debt: $20,750

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $214/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 41%

Students receiving federal grants: 69%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 5%

Black: 10%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 96%

Out of state: 4%

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: 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: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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47% 80% Fordham University
Bronx New York

Fordham University


Students similar to you have a 47% likelihood of admission to Fordham University - a school with a 80% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 47%

Six-year graduation rate: 80%

Black graduation rate: 76%

Hispanic graduation rate: 74%

Asian graduation rate: 78%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $34,042

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $21,604
  • $30,001-$48,000 $27,030
  • $48,001-$75,000 $31,638
  • $75,001-$110,000 $35,090
  • $110,000+ $39,671

Median student debt: $26,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $268/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 20%

Students receiving federal grants: 52%

Demographics

Women: 56%

Hispanic: 14%

Black: 4%

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: 1:14

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: Mid East

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: Christ and Missionary Alliance Church

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53% 77% Sarah Lawrence College
Bronxville New York

Sarah Lawrence College


Students similar to you have a 53% likelihood of admission to Sarah Lawrence College - a school with a 77% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 53%

Six-year graduation rate: 77%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $37,350

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $28,373
  • $30,001-$48,000 $23,067
  • $48,001-$75,000 $29,389
  • $75,001-$110,000 $37,342
  • $110,000+ $44,400

Median student debt: $13,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $139/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 18%

Students receiving federal grants: 21%

Demographics

Women: 72%

Hispanic: 10%

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: 1:9

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: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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57% 64% Pratt Institute-Main
Brooklyn New York

Pratt Institute-Main


Students similar to you have a 57% likelihood of admission to Pratt Institute-Main - a school with a 64% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 57%

Six-year graduation rate: 64%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 65%

Asian graduation rate: 75%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $40,435

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $39,246
  • $30,001-$48,000 $44,356
  • $48,001-$75,000 $44,168
  • $75,001-$110,000 $48,028
  • $110,000+ $46,353

Median student debt: $26,250

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $271/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 21%

Students receiving federal grants: 44%

Demographics

Women: 69%

Hispanic: 9%

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: 1:8

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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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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58% 52% Rutgers University-Camden
Camden New Jersey

Rutgers University-Camden


Students similar to you have a 58% likelihood of admission to Rutgers University-Camden - a school with a 52% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 58%

Six-year graduation rate: 52%

Black graduation rate: 53%

Hispanic graduation rate: 47%

Asian graduation rate: 65%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $14,094

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,157
  • $30,001-$48,000 $9,710
  • $48,001-$75,000 $14,000
  • $75,001-$110,000 $19,351
  • $110,000+ $20,820

Median student debt: $22,215

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $229/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 48%

Students receiving federal grants: 73%

Demographics

Women: 57%

Hispanic: 12%

Black: 16%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 89%

Out of state: 3%

Student body size: 5,000 - 9,999

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: 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: City

Religious affiliation: None

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46% 85% St Lawrence University
Canton New York

St Lawrence University


Students similar to you have a 46% likelihood of admission to St Lawrence University - a school with a 85% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 46%

Six-year graduation rate: 85%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $26,755

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $10,580
  • $30,001-$48,000 $17,282
  • $48,001-$75,000 $23,276
  • $75,001-$110,000 $28,718
  • $110,000+ $35,459

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 19%

Students receiving federal grants: 52%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 4%

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: 1:11

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: Mid East

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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47% 84% Dickinson College
Carlisle Pennsylvania

Dickinson College


Students similar to you have a 47% likelihood of admission to Dickinson College - a school with a 84% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 47%

Six-year graduation rate: 84%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $30,518

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,215
  • $30,001-$48,000 $15,718
  • $48,001-$75,000 $20,307
  • $75,001-$110,000 $24,126
  • $110,000+ $40,542

Median student debt: $21,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $217/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 11%

Students receiving federal grants: 41%

Demographics

Women: 57%

Hispanic: 6%

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: 1:9

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: Mid East

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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50% 59% Eastern Illinois University
Charleston Illinois

Eastern Illinois University


Students similar to you have a 50% likelihood of admission to Eastern Illinois University - a school with a 59% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 50%

Six-year graduation rate: 59%

Black graduation rate: 43%

Hispanic graduation rate: 45%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $16,174

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $12,721
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,287
  • $48,001-$75,000 $15,247
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,753
  • $110,000+ $21,386

Median student debt: $23,650

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $244/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 41%

Students receiving federal grants: 64%

Demographics

Women: 59%

Hispanic: 6%

Black: 19%

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: 1:14

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: Great Lakes

Locale: Town

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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52% 65% Illinois Institute of Technology
Chicago Illinois

Illinois Institute of Technology


Students similar to you have a 52% likelihood of admission to Illinois Institute of Technology - a school with a 65% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 52%

Six-year graduation rate: 65%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $18,854

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $14,470
  • $30,001-$48,000 $14,128
  • $48,001-$75,000 $17,094
  • $75,001-$110,000 $21,482
  • $110,000+ $26,863

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 30%

Students receiving federal grants: 42%

Demographics

Women: 29%

Hispanic: 15%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: Not available

Out of state: Not available

Student body size: 5,000 - 9,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:13

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: Great Lakes

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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49% 53% North Park University
Chicago Illinois

North Park University


Students similar to you have a 49% likelihood of admission to North Park University - a school with a 53% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 49%

Six-year graduation rate: 53%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 43%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 78%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $18,443

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $15,315
  • $30,001-$48,000 $16,702
  • $48,001-$75,000 $17,380
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,313
  • $110,000+ $24,209

Median student debt: $26,250

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $271/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 38%

Students receiving federal grants: 70%

Demographics

Women: 63%

Hispanic: 21%

Black: 8%

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: Yes

Campus life

Campus housing available: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Great Lakes

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: Church of the Nazarene

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51% 82% Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina

Clemson University


Students similar to you have a 51% likelihood of admission to Clemson University - a school with a 82% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 51%

Six-year graduation rate: 82%

Black graduation rate: 62%

Hispanic graduation rate: 73%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 92%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $15,885

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $11,538
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,733
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,071
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,884
  • $110,000+ $18,285

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 17%

Students receiving federal grants: 40%

Demographics

Women: 47%

Hispanic: 3%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 62%

Out of state: 38%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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: Yes

Meal plan available: Yes

Geographic region: Southeast

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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46% 61% Cleveland Institute of Music
Cleveland Ohio

Cleveland Institute of Music


Students similar to you have a 46% likelihood of admission to Cleveland Institute of Music - a school with a 61% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 46%

Six-year graduation rate: 61%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 95%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $34,489

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $15,488
  • $30,001-$48,000 $31,733
  • $48,001-$75,000 $36,393
  • $75,001-$110,000 $33,786
  • $110,000+ $36,179

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 16%

Students receiving federal grants: 41%

Demographics

Women: 50%

Hispanic: Not available

Black: Not available

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: 1:7

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: Great Lakes

Locale: City

Religious affiliation: None

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44% 85% University of Maryland-College Park
College Park Maryland

University of Maryland-College Park


Students similar to you have a 44% likelihood of admission to University of Maryland-College Park - a school with a 85% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 44%

Six-year graduation rate: 85%

Black graduation rate: 81%

Hispanic graduation rate: 84%

Asian graduation rate: 90%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 95%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $15,634

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $5,924
  • $30,001-$48,000 $7,903
  • $48,001-$75,000 $12,846
  • $75,001-$110,000 $18,745
  • $110,000+ $22,106

Median student debt: $19,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $201/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 19%

Students receiving federal grants: 34%

Demographics

Women: 45%

Hispanic: 9%

Black: 12%

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: 1:17

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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56% 54% Walla Walla University
College Place Washington

Walla Walla University


Students similar to you have a 56% likelihood of admission to Walla Walla University - a school with a 54% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 56%

Six-year graduation rate: 54%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: Not available

Asian graduation rate: Not available

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 81%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $23,198

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $19,212
  • $30,001-$48,000 $21,035
  • $48,001-$75,000 $23,225
  • $75,001-$110,000 $25,837
  • $110,000+ $25,688

Median student debt: $27,000

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $279/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 28%

Students receiving federal grants: 59%

Demographics

Women: 50%

Hispanic: 14%

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: 1:15

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: Far West

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: None

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49% 83% Ohio State University-Main Campus
Columbus Ohio

Ohio State University-Main Campus


Students similar to you have a 49% likelihood of admission to Ohio State University-Main Campus - a school with a 83% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 49%

Six-year graduation rate: 83%

Black graduation rate: 73%

Hispanic graduation rate: 80%

Asian graduation rate: 86%

Retention rate (full-time students who reenrolled): 94%

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $18,099

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $9,959
  • $30,001-$48,000 $12,293
  • $48,001-$75,000 $16,652
  • $75,001-$110,000 $20,872
  • $110,000+ $22,606

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 20%

Students receiving federal grants: 41%

Demographics

Women: 47%

Hispanic: 3%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 70%

Out of state: 30%

Student body size: 20,000 and above

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): 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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50% 67% SUNY Cortland
Cortland New York

SUNY Cortland


Students similar to you have a 50% likelihood of admission to SUNY Cortland - a school with a 67% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 50%

Six-year graduation rate: 67%

Black graduation rate: Not available

Hispanic graduation rate: 64%

Asian graduation rate: Not available

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $19,208

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $11,232
  • $30,001-$48,000 $13,760
  • $48,001-$75,000 $18,865
  • $75,001-$110,000 $21,781
  • $110,000+ $22,434

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 29%

Students receiving federal grants: 68%

Demographics

Women: 56%

Hispanic: 11%

Black: 5%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 94%

Out of state: 6%

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: 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: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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40% 58% Western Carolina University
Cullowhee North Carolina

Western Carolina University


Students similar to you have a 40% likelihood of admission to Western Carolina University - a school with a 58% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 40%

Six-year graduation rate: 58%

Black graduation rate: 53%

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: $13,516

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $8,921
  • $30,001-$48,000 $10,545
  • $48,001-$75,000 $14,515
  • $75,001-$110,000 $17,612
  • $110,000+ $18,269

Median student debt: $22,010

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $227/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 38%

Students receiving federal grants: 58%

Demographics

Women: 54%

Hispanic: 5%

Black: 6%

Historically Black (HBCU): No

Undocumented friendly: No

Enrollment

In state: 92%

Out of state: 8%

Student body size: 10,000 - 19,999

Student-to-faculty ratio: 1:17

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: Southeast

Locale: Town

Religious affiliation: None

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48% 77% Southern Methodist University
Dallas Texas

Southern Methodist University


Students similar to you have a 48% likelihood of admission to Southern Methodist University - a school with a 77% six-year graduation rate .

Selectivity and grad rate

Acceptance rate: 48%

Six-year graduation rate: 77%

Black graduation rate: 80%

Hispanic graduation rate: 80%

Asian graduation rate: 79%

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

Financial data

Average annual net cost of school: $32,580

Average annual net cost by family income category:

  • $0-$30,000 $21,508
  • $30,001-$48,000 $21,887
  • $48,001-$75,000 $23,790
  • $75,001-$110,000 $32,468
  • $110,000+ $43,191

Median student debt: $21,500

Median salary out: Not available

Median monthly loan: $222/month

Students receiving Pell grant: 13%

Students receiving federal grants: 25%

Demographics

Women: 50%

Hispanic: 11%

Black: 4%

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: 1:11

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: Southwest

Locale: Suburb

Religious affiliation: International United Pentecostal Church


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