19,154 undergraduates of 24,935 total students
The average total cost of attending school for the most recent year.
The "out of pocket" cost of attending school after the student has received any financial aid that does not need to be repaid (grants and scholarships). This figure is comprehensive and includes expenses such as:
As you can see, the average student who receives financial aid pays substantially less than the "sticker price."
The average annual cost based on family income.
|Family Income||Average Annual Cost|
High graduation rates are a sign of student success.
The percentage of students returning after year one.
The average salaries of employed alumni 10 years after enrollment.
The top majors and starting salaries of employed graduates.
SAT and ACT scores of admitted students.
The percentage of first-time applicants who were admitted.
The percentage of students with federal aid.
Lowest to highest based on field of study.
$21,500 - $32,600
$215 - $326 per month for 10 years
Up to 15% of parents borrow federal loans.
$439 per month for 10 years
The percentage of students who default on federal loans within three years.
The percentage of students who received an income-based federal Pell grant.
The percentage of undergraduates who are enrolled on a full-time schedule.
95% / 5%Full-time / Part-time
The proportion of students in specific race/ethnicity categories.
Data is sourced from United States Department of Education's College Scorecard.