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Colleges - F*

Adams State University
Alamosa, CO 81101 (719) 587-7802
Full Time: 820 men, 792 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 283 men, 248 women
Tuition: $5891 ($20,169)
Graduate: 608 men, 1513 women
Room & Board: $9530
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class: 2534 applied, 1613 accepted, 599 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 480/500/460 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
64% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 53% below 500, 37% between 500 and 599, and 10% between 600 and 699. Math-- 49% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, and 9% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 64% below 500, 30% between
500 and 599, and 6% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 62% below 12, 21% between 12 and 17, 10% between 18 and 23, 5% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. 24% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 54% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Eric Carpio, Assistant VP for Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@adams.edu Web: www.adams.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 94% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $8,574. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $1,785 ($11,569 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $1,232 ($3,750 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,413 ($14,250 maximum). 43% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $23,379. The FAFSA code is 001345. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15.

Alabama A&M University
Normal, AL 35762 (256) 372-5250
Full Time: 2015 men, 2015 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 180 men, 205 women
Tuition: $9644 ($17,694)
Graduate: 385 men, 810 women
Room & Board: $9152
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: June 15 
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Venita Clisby King, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@aamu.edu Web: www.aamu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 72% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 75% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The CCS/Profile, or FAFSA, or FFS, or SFS and the college's own financial statement are required. The FAFSA code is 001002. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Alabama State University
Montgomery, AL 36101 (334) 229-4291
Full Time: 1450 men, 2416 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 147 men, 194 women
Tuition: $11,068 ($19,396)
Graduate: 155 men, 397 women
Room & Board: $5422
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: April 15
Freshman Class: 13695 applied, 4399 accepted, 967 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 425/420 ACT: 17
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
46% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 62% below 500, 34% between 500 and 599, and 3% between 600 and 699. Math-- 69% below 500, 13% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 57% between 12 and 17, 37% between 18 and 23, 5% between 24 and 29. 18% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 41% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Gwen Moore, Assistant Director for Admission and Recruitment. Email: admissions@alasu.edu Web: www.alasu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 74% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. ASU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001005. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 1.

Alaska Pacific University
Anchorage, AK 99508 (907) 564-8248
Full Time: 125 men, 200 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 60 men, 160 women
Tuition: $20,830
Graduate: 85 men, 190 women
Room & Board: $7900
Year: 4-1-4, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
1 freshman graduated first in the class. Admissions Contact: Brian McDermott, Assistant Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@alaskapacific.edu Web: www.alaskapacific.edu

Financial Aid:
APU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001061. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is September 19.

Albany State University
Albany, GA 31705 (229) 430-4646
Full Time: 855 men, 1610 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 150 men, 410 women
Tuition: $6470 ($21,550)
Graduate: 115 men, 330 women
Room & Board: $12,992
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: July 1 
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Cedric Walker, Director of Admissisons. Email: admissions@asurams.edu Web: www.asurams.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 001544. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Albright College
Reading, PA 19612 (610) 921-7260
Full Time: 808 men, 1185 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 12 men, 10 women
Tuition: $45,256
Graduate: 4 men, 17 women
Room & Board: $12,070
Year: 4-1-4, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 8332 applied, 4169 accepted, 464 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 529/525 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
50% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 22% below 500, 54% between 500 and 599, 23% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 24% below 500, 56% between 500 and 599, 17% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 9% between 12 and 17, 47% between 18 and 23, 38% between 24 and 29, and
6% above 30. Admissions Contact: Paul Cramer, Vice President of Enrollment Management. Email: admission@albright.edu Web: www.albright.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 91% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $36,013. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $36,013; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,178; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $24,885. 40% of undergraduate students work part-time. The
average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $38,599. AC is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003229. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Alcorn State University
Lorman, MS 39096 (601) 877-6147
Full Time: 980 men, 1725 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 60 men, 245 women
Tuition: $6888
Graduate: 165 men, 505 women
Room & Board: $8996
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT: recommended ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Emanuel F. Barnes, Director of Admissions. Email: ebarnes@alcorn.edu Web: www.alcorn.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 42% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 31% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $6,199. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,974 ($4,310 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,308 ($3,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $9,192 ($14,696 maximum); and other non-need based
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,162 ($9,550 maximum). 27% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $22,842. ASU is a member of CSS. The college's own financial statement is required. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Alvernia University
Reading, PA 19607 (610) 796-3005
Full Time: 502 men, 1168 women Student/Faculty: 13 to 1
Part Time: 110 men, 471 women
Tuition: $33,640
Graduate: 189 men, 398 women
Room & Board: $11,690
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: October 1
Freshman Class: 2179 applied, 1543 accepted, 371 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 530/520 ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
71% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--36% below 500, 48% between 500 and 599, and 15% between 600 and 699. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing--32% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 16% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 17% between 12 and 17, 57% between 18 and 23, 24% between 24 and 29, and 1% above 30.
Admissions Contact: Dan Hartman, Director of Undergraduate Admsissions. Email: admissions@alvernia.edu Web:  www.alvernia.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 88% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 87% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $25,553. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,767; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,377; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,209; and $15,322 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $44,300. Alvernia University is a member of CSS. The state aid form, and the noncustodial parent's statement, if applicable are required. The FAFSA code is 003233. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

American International College
Springfield, MA 01109 (413) 205-3201
Full Time: 677 men, 904 women Student/Faculty: 18 to 1
Part Time: 42 men, 106 women
Tuition: $33,470
Graduate: 364 men, 1308 women
Room & Board: $13,550
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 15
Freshman Class: 1469 applied, 1162 accepted, 364 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 467/471/461 ACT: 19
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
79% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 67% below 500, 28% between 500 and 599, 4% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 64% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, 10% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 66% below 500, 29% between 500 and 599, and 5% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores
were 60% below 12, 30% between 12 and 17, 4% between 18 and 23, 4% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. 50% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 73% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Peter Miller, Vice President Admission Services. Email: inquiry@aic.edu Web: www.aic.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 85% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 85% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $23,912. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $20,294; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,892; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $11,859. 17% of undergraduate students work part-time. The
average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $34,839. American International College is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 002114. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 1.

Amherst College
Amherst, MA 01002 (413) 542-2328
Full Time: 928 men, 908 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $52,476
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $13,710
Year: semesters
Application Deadline: January 1
SAT CR/M/W: 740/740/730 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
14% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 1% between 500 and 599, 31% between 600 and 699, and 68% between 700 and 800. Math--1% between 500 and 599, 32% between 600 and 699, and 67% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 3% between 500 and 599, 27% between 600 and 699, and 70% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 11% between 24 and
29, and 89% above 30. 95% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 99% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Katharine L. Fretwell, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid. Email: admission@amherst.edu Web: www.amherst.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 52% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 52% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $52,877. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $51,513; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $1,976 ($2,200 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $2,000 ($2,000 maximum). 60% of
undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $18,662. AC is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 002115. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Appalachian State University
Boone, NC 28608 (828) 262-2120
Full Time: 6978 men, 8477 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 399 men, 588 women
Tuition: $7220 ($21,736)
Graduate: 532 men, 536 women
Room & Board: $8174
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 12248 applied, 7744 accepted, 3028 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 572/581/548 ACT: 26
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
63% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 11% below 500, 55% between 500 and 599, 30% between 600 and 699, and 4% between 700 and 800. Math-- 6% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 38% between 600 and 699, and 4% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 22% below 500, 55% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700
and 800. The ACT scores were 3% below 12, 14% between 12 and 17, 47% between 18 and 23, 19% between 24 and 29, and 17% above 30. 45% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 80% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Alexis Pope, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@appstate.edu Web: www.appstate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 68% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid and need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,886. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $9,777 ($30,679 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,345 ($6,577 maximum); non-need-based
athletic scholarships averaged $14,554 ($25,727 maximum); other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,382 ($12,929 maximum); and $5,313 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $17,889. The FAFSA code is 002906. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is rolling.

Aquinas College - Michigan
Grand Rapids, MI 49506 (616) 632-2860
Full Time: 515 men, 802 women Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 97 men, 137 women
Tuition: $31,244
Graduate: 32 men, 130 women
Room & Board: $9070
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
ACT: required
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The ACT scores were 2% between 12 and 17, 45% between 18 and 23, 47% between 24 and 29, and 7% above 30. Admissions Contact: Angela Schlosser Bacon, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@aquinas.edu Web: www.aquinas.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 83% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $23,572. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,588; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $1,984; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $2,906; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged
$16,026. 35% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $32,047. The FAFSA code is 002239. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Arcadia University
Glenside, PA 19038 (215) 572-2910
Full Time: 678 men, 1499 women Student/Faculty: 15 to 1
Part Time: 74 men, 139 women
Tuition: $42,330
Graduate: 352 men, 1069 women
Room & Board: $13,660
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 8931 applied, 5564 accepted, 569 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 584/564 ACT: 24
COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
62% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--15% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 29% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 11% below 500, 46% between 500 and 599, 38% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 4% between 12 and 17, 36% between 18 and 23, 49% between
24 and 29, and 11% above 30. 45% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 76% were in the top two fifths. 2 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Office of Enrollment Management Email: admiss@arcadia.edu Web: www.arcadia.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement, PHEAA, and parent and student tax returns are required. The FAFSA code is 003235. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus
Tempe, AZ 85287 (480) 965-7788
Full Time: 21,868 men, 16,946 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 2193 men, 1420 women
Tuition: $10,792 ($27,372)
Graduate: 5049 men, 3688 women
Room & Board: $12,209
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class:
SAT EBR-W/M: 610/620 ACT: 25
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math-- 5% below 500, 35% between 500 and 599, 42% between 600 and 699, and 18% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 6% below 500, 35% between 500 and 599, 44% between 600 and 699, and 14% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 3% between 12 and 17, 30% between 18 and 23, 47% between 24 and 29, and 20% above 30. 56% of the current
freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 82% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Melissa Pizzo , Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid. Email: admissions@asu.edu Web: www.asu.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 001081. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 1.

Arkansas State University
State University, AR 72467 (870) 972-2782
Full Time: 3193 men, 4102 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 919 men, 1378 women
Tuition: $8050 ($14,050)
Graduate: 1334 men, 2484 women
Room & Board: $8140
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 18 
Freshman Class: 5346 applied, 3755 accepted, 1577 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 420/500/450 ACT: 24
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
70% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 64% below 500 and 36% between 500 and 599. Math-- 44% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, and 20% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 80% below 500 and 20% between 500 and 599. The ACT scores were 20% below 12, 30% between 12 and 17, 26% between 18 and 23, 14% between 24 and 29, and 11%
above 30. 43% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 66% were in the top two fifths. 49 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Tammy Fowler, Director of Recruitment. Email: admissions@astate.edu Web: www.astate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 93% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 82% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $13,250. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $7,800 ($9,000 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,200 ($8,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $9,500 ($10,000 maximum); and other non-need based
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $6,000 ($12,000 maximum). 9% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $25,000. ASU is a member of CSS. The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 001090. The priority
date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Arkansas Tech University
Russellville, AR 72801 (479) 968-0343
Full Time: 3220 men, 3509 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 1725 men, 2327 women
Tuition: $8880 ($15,660)
Graduate: 328 men, 721 women
Room & Board: $7654
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 5006 applied, 3703 accepted, 909 enrolled
SAT CR/M: recommended ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
74% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 75% below 500 and 25% between 500 and 599. Math-- 75% below 500, 25% between 500 and 599, and 7% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 18% between 12 and 17, 44% between 18 and 23, 33% between 24 and 29, and 5% above 30. 28% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 54% were in the top two fifths. 34 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Shauna Donnell, Director of Enrollment Management. Email: tech.enroll@atu.edu Web: www.atu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 68% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 55% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,235. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $4,629; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,004; and non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $4,570. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $24,816. The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 001089. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15.

Armstrong State University
Savannah, GA 31419 (912) 344-2503
Full Time: 1552 men, 2991 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 583 men, 1185 women
Tuition: $5439 ($15,900)
Graduate: 189 men, 571 women
Room & Board: $10,176
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: July 15 [Add to My Calendar]
Freshman Class: 2047 applied, 1599 accepted, 843 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 543/517 ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
78% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--35% below 500, 56% between 500 and 599, 8% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 23% below 500, 57% between 500 and 599, 19% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 14% between 12 and 17, 64% between 18 and 23, 19% between 24
and 29, and 3% above 30. Admissions Contact: Tobe Frierson, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions.info@armstrong.edu Web: www.armstrong.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 001546. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 20.

Art Academy of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 562-8744
Full Time: 47 men, 81 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: 2 men, 8 women
Tuition: $31,290
Graduate: 2 men, 1 women
Room & Board: $6500
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class: 105 applied, 97 accepted, 46 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 550/460/500 ACT: 21
SPECIAL

Admissions:
92% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 33% below 500, 50% between 500 and 599, 6% between 600 and 699, and 11% between 700 and 800. Math-- 68% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, and 6% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 47% below 500, 47% between 500 and 599, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 43% below 12, 36% between 12 and 17, 14% between 18 and 23, and 7% above 30. Admissions Contact: Jamie Owens, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@artacademy.edu Web: www.artacademy.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 003011. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Art Institute of Portland
Portland, OR 97209 (503) 228-6528
Full Time: 466 men, 534 women Student/Faculty: 37 to 1
Part Time: 150 men, 177 women
Tuition: $87,134
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $45,195
Year: trimesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: recommended
SPECIAL

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Kelly Alston, Director of Admissions. Email: aipdadm@aii.edu Web: www.artinstitutes.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 84% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 82% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $11,093. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,784 ($4,050 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,051 ($5,500 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,495 ($6,252
maximum). 4% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $19,400. AIP is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 007819. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Ashland University
Ashland, OH 44805 (419) 289-5052
Full Time: 995 men, 1425 women Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 95 men, 270 women
Tuition: $20,700
Graduate: 1470 men, 2475 women
Room & Board: $9746
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
13 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Jeffery S Steele, Director for Admissions. Email: enrollme@ashland.edu Web: www.ashland.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 99% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 82% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $17,408. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $10,382 ($18,687 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,785 ($6,625 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $434 ($24,464 maximum); other non-needbased
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $843 ($17,974 maximum); and $964 from other forms of aid. 30% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $18,250. The college's own financial statement, and federal tax returns are required. The FAFSA code is 003012. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15.

Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849 (334) 844-7577
Full Time: 10,827 men, 10,935 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 1473 men, 729 women
Tuition: $10,968 ($29,640)
Graduate: 3396 men, 2416 women
Room & Board: $13,332
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1 
Freshman Class: 18072 applied, 15168 accepted, 4836 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 610/600 ACT: 27
VERY COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
84% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--3% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, 41% between 600 and 699, and 14% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 3% below 500, 37% between 500 and 599, 50% between 600 and 699, and 10% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 17% between 18 and 23, 53% between 24 and 29, and 30%
above 30. 55% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 83% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Velda Rooker, Interim, Enrollment Services. Email:  admissions@auburn.edu Web: www.auburn.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 73% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 36% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $15,045. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $8,751; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,785; and non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $37,549. 13% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial
indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,295. Auburn is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001009. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Augusta University
Augusta, GA 30912 (706) 737-1632
Full Time: 1431 men, 2646 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 449 men, 698 women
Tuition: $4632 ($16,248)
Graduate: 1129 men, 1624 women
Room & Board: n/app
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: November 15 
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Maura Flaschner, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@augusta.edu Web: www.augusta.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 53% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $5,692. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $2,964 ($2,908 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $1,732 ($2,190 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $3,688 ($4,250 maximum); and other non-need based
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $4,069 ($20,000 maximum). 2% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $20,914. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 1.

Colleges - B*

Ball State University
Muncie, IN 47306 (765) 285-8287
Full Time: 6211 men, 8992 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 670 men, 1131 women
Tuition: $9774 ($25,942)
Graduate: 1341 men, 4168 women
Room & Board: $10,034
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 10
Freshman Class: 24221 applied, 15031 accepted, 3985 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 589/572 ACT: 23
COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
62% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 7% below 500, 58% between 500 and 599, 31% between 600 and 699, and 4% between 700 and 800. Math-- 13% below 500, 62% between 500 and 599, 23% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 2% between 12 and 17, 56% between 18 and 23, 36% between 24 and 29, and 6% above 30. 55% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 68% were in the top two fifths. 35 freshmen graduated first in their class.  Admissions Contact: Chris Munchel, Associate VP of Enrollment and Director of Admissions. Email: askus@bsu.edu Web: www.bsu.edu

Financial Aid:
BSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001786. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15.

Baylor University
Waco, TX 76798 (254) 710-3435
Full Time: 5804 men, 8296 womenStudent/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 107 men, 109 women
Tuition: $43,790
Graduate: 1438 men, 1305 women
Room & Board: $13,013
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
SAT or ACT: required
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
39% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. 69% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 91% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Jessica King Gereghty, Assistant Vice President of Undergraduate Admissions. Email:  admissions@baylor.edu Web: www.baylor.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 003545. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Bemidji State University
Bemidji, MN 56601 (218) 755-2040
Full Time: 1701 men, 1823 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 419 men, 801 women
Tuition: $8678
Graduate: 79 men, 194 women
Room & Board: $8162
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 3343 applied, 2657 accepted, 765 enrolled
ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
79% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Paul Muller, Director for Admissions. Email: admissions@bemidjistate.edu Web: www.bemidjistate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 83% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 78% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,457. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,030; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,436; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $4,080; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,598; and $9,967 from other forms of aid. 25% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $20,470. The college's own financial statement is required. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Benedict College
Columbia, SC 29204 (803) 705-4491
Full Time: 1276 men, 1311 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 28 men, 26 women
Tuition: $19,958
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $8672
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
NONCOMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Phyllis Thompson, Director of Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@benedict.edu Web: www.benedict.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 96% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. The average freshman award was $12,000. 50% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $25,000. The CSS/Profile and the college's own financial statement, and South Carolina Tuition Grant applications are required. The FAFSA code is 003420. Check with the school for current application
deadlines.

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology
Boston, MA 02116 (617) 423-4630
Full Time: n/av Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $18,190
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $10,000
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
SPECIAL

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Marvin Loiseau, Dean of Recruitment. Email: moloiseau@bfit.edu Web: www.bfit.edu

Financial Aid:
BFIT is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 002151. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Black Hills State University
Spearfish, SD 57799 (605) 642-6343
Full Time: 859 men, 1420 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 601 men, 1140 women
Tuition: $8602 ($12,802)
Graduate: 113 men, 356 women
Room & Board: $6820
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
Freshman Class: 1355 applied, 1267 accepted, 507 enrolled
ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
94% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Beth Oaks, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@bhsu.edu Web: www.bhsu.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 003459. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
Bloomsburg, PA 17815 (570) 389-4316
Full Time: 3416 men, 4447 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 316 men, 427 women
Tuition: $10,500 ($21,980)
Graduate: 195 men, 486 women
Room & Board: $9430
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 9683 applied, 7093 accepted, 1860 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 534/524 ACT: 20
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
73% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. 29% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 63% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Christopher Lapos, Director of Admissions. Email: buadmiss@bloomu.edu Web: www.bloomu.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 003315. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is rolling.

Boise State University
Boise, ID 83725 (208) 426-1156
Full Time: 5700 men, 6777 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 3499 men, 4791 women
Tuition: $7326 ($22,642)
Graduate: 1298 men, 2092 women
Room & Board: $10,042
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: May 15
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
37% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 73% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Kelly Talbert, Director of Admission. Email: bsuinfo@boisestate.edu Web: www.boisestate.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $11,233. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,974; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,461; and $3,405 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $30,390. BSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001616. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 15.

Boston Architectural College
Boston, MA 02115 (617) 585-0200
Full Time: 214 men, 107 women Student/Faculty: 28 to 1
Part Time: 4 men, 4 women
Tuition: $20,666
Graduate: 166 men, 200 women
Room & Board: n/app
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
Freshman Class: 61 applied, 61 accepted, 22 enrolled
SPECIAL

Admissions:
100% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Meredith Spinnato, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@the-bac.edu Web: www.the-bac.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 52% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 42% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The FAFSA code is 003966. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15.

Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (617) 552-3100
Full Time: 4308 men, 5001 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $53,346
Graduate: 1970 men, 2572 women
Room & Board: $14,142
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 28956 applied, 9017 accepted, 2359 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 670/690/685 ACT: 32
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
31% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 2% below 500, 13% between 500 and 599, 50% between 600 and 699, and 34% between 700 and 800. Math-- 1% below 500, 10% between 500 and 599, 44% between 600 and 699, and 44% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 2% below 500, 12% between 500 and 599, 41% between 600 and 699, and 44% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 2% between 18 and 23, 15% between 24 and 29, and 83% above 30. 95% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 99% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: John L. Mahoney Jr., Director Undergraduate Admission. Web: www.bc.edu

Financial Aid:
40% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $41,768. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $38,238; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,855; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $54,189; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $20,287. 26% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $20,481. BC is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, federal IRS income tax form, W-2s, divorced/separated statement (when applicable) are required. The FAFSA code is 002128. The
deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Boston University
Boston, MA 02215 (617) 353-2300
Full Time: 6601 men, 10,238 women Student/Faculty: 10 to 1
Part Time: 616 men, 625 women
Tuition: $52,082
Graduate: 6615 men, 8660 women
Room & Board: $15,270
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 2
Freshman Class: 60825 applied, 15273 accepted, 3498 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 690/690 ACT: 31
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
25% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--8% between 500 and 599, 44% between 600 and 699, and 48% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 5% between 500 and 599, 49% between 600 and 699, and 46% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 18 and 23, 32% between 24 and 29, and 67% above 30. 87% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 98% were in the top two fifths. 45 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Kelly Walter, Associate Vice President & Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: admissions@bu.edu Web: www.bu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 54% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 39% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $36,848. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $35,594 ($71,366 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,730 ($9,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $45,742 ($70,259 maximum); and other nonneed-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $22,204 ($57,000 maximum). 35% of
undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $41,098. BU is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 002130. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Bowie State University
Bowie, MD 20715 (301) 860-3447
Full Time: 1676 men, 2714 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 291 men, 507 women
Tuition: $8064 ($18,653)
Graduate: 314 men, 646 women
Room & Board: $10,546
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: April 1
Freshman Class:
SAT CR/M/W: 410/400/390
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 76% below 500, 20% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. Math-- 84% below 500, 14% between 500 and 599, and 2% between 600 and 699. Admissions Contact: Angela Isaac, Associate Director of Admissions. Email: ugraduadmissions@bowiestate.edu Web: www.bowiestate.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 002062. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green, OH 43403 (419) 372-2478
Full Time: 5665 men, 7439 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 802 men, 774 women
Tuition: $11,057 ($18,593)
Graduate: 1041 men, 1636 women
Room & Board: $8918
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: July 15
Freshman Class: 16739 applied, 11438 accepted, 3344 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 560/540 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
68% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--19% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 34% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 17% below 500, 49% between 500 and 599, 28% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 5% between 12 and 17, 55% between 18 and 23, 35% between 24 and 29, and 5% above 30. 28% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 58% were in the top two fifths. 41 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Adrea Nicole Spoon, Director of Admissions. Email: choosebgsu@bgsu.edu Web: www.bgsu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 94% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 56% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $15,282. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,057 ($13,731 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,370 ($7,565 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $20,668 ($37,924 maximum); other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $7,578 ($35,712 maximum); and $13,574 from other forms of aid. 15% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate
was $30,002. BGSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003018. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Bridgewater State University
Bridgewater, MA 02325 (508) 531-1237
Full Time: 3226 men, 4632 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 715 men, 985 women
Tuition: $10,012 ($16,152)
Graduate: 403 men, 1063 women
Room & Board: $12,750
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 15
Freshman Class: 6338 applied, 5094 accepted, 1506 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 538/523 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
80% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--30% below 500, 57% between 500 and 599, 13% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 27% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 15% between 12 and 17, 55% between 18 and 23, 27% between 24 and 29, and 3% above 30. Admissions Contact: Gregg A. Meyer, Dean of University Admissions. Email: admissions@bridgew.edu Web: www.bridgew.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 76% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 72% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $8,523. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,095; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,431; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,322; and $3,188 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $34,146. The FAFSA code is 002183. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010 (610) 526-5152
Full Time: 1291 women Student/Faculty: 8 to 1
Part Time: 17 women
Tuition: $49,310
Graduate: 80 men, 321 women
Room & Board: $15,910
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 15
Freshman Class: 3012 applied, 1203 accepted, 407 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 670/665/675 ACT: 30
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
40% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 2% below 500, 19% between 500 and 599, 42% between 600 and 699, and 40% between 700 and 800. Math-- 1% below 500, 20% between 500 and 599, 45% between 600 and 699, and 34% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 2% below 500, 14% between 500 and 599, 47% between 600 and 699, and 37% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 18 and 23, 34% between 24 and 29, and 65% above 30. 83% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 96% were in the top two fifths. 5 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Peaches Valdes, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@brynmawr.edu
Web: www.brynmawr.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. The average freshman award was $46,357. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $41,321; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,845; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $19,833; and $3,675 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $16,106. Bryn Mawr is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, prior year's tax returns, noncustodial parent statement, and the business/farm supplement are required. The FAFSA code is 003237. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 15.

Brigham Young University
Provo, UT 84602 (801) 422-2500
Full Time: 14,388 men, 13,768 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 1632 men, 1445 women
Tuition: $5620 ($11,240)
Graduate: 1908 men, 1193 women
Room & Board: $7628
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: December 15
Freshman Class: 12858 applied, 3738 accepted, 5440 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 660/650 ACT: 30
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
29% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--2% below 500, 20% between 500 and 599, 52% between 600 and 699, and 25% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 2% below 500, 16% between 500 and 599, 51% between 600 and 699, and 31% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 6% between 18 and 23, 46% between 24 and 29, and 48% above 30. 80% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class. Admissions Contact: Tom Gourley,
Director of Admissions Office. Email: ugrad@byu.edu Web: www.byu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 63% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 19% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $6,921. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $4,721; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,136; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $8,563; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,136; and $4,216 from other forms of aid. 54% of undergraduate students work part-time. The FAFSA code is 003670. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15. The deadline for filing
freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is June 30.

Brown University
Providence, RI 02912 (401) 863-2378
Full Time: 3133 men, 3423 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: 10 men, 14 women
Tuition: $51,366
Graduate: 1206 men, 1049 women
Room & Board: $1320
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 32390 applied, 3015 accepted, 1684 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 740/750/740 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
9% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 5% between 500 and 599, 24% between 600 and 699, and 71% between 700 and 800. Math-- 4% between 500 and 599, 23% between 600 and 699, and 73% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 6% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 73% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 18 and 23, 16% between 24 and 29, and 83% above 30. 97% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 100% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Logan Powell, Dean of Admission. Email: admission@brown.edu Web: www.brown.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 45% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 43% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $45,071. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $22,197. Brown is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 003401. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Bryn Athyn College
Bryn Athyn, PA 19009 (267) 502-6021
Full Time: 153 men, 160 women Student/Faculty: 8 to 1
Part Time: 10 men, 8 women
Tuition: $21,126
Graduate: 4 men
Room & Board: $11,538
Year: trimesters
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 241 applied, 211 accepted, 108 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 530/510 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
88% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--42% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, 14% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 33% below 500, 45% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 4% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 44% between 12 and 17, 12% between 18 and 23, 44% between 24 and 29. Admissions Contact: Jose Sandino, Senior Admissions Counselor. Email: admissions@brynathyn.edu Web: www.brynathyn.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 96% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 64% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $7,800. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $10,106 ($14,000 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,789 ($7,000 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $6,124 ($12,500 maximum). 40% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $21,822. The FAFSA code is 003228. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Bucknell University
Lewisburg, PA 17837 (570) 577-3000
Full Time: 1772 men, 1813 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: 12 men, 14 women
Tuition: $53,986
Graduate: 27 men, 40 women
Room & Board: $13,150
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 15
Freshman Class: 10253 applied, 3187 accepted, 973 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 660/680 ACT: 30
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
31% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--14% between 500 and 599, 49% between 600 and 699, and 37% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 1% below 500, 14% between 500 and 599, 56% between 600 and 699, and 29% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 3% between 18 and 23, 42% between 24 and 29, and 55% above 30. 83% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 97% were in the top two fifths. 11 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Kevin Mathes, Dean of Admissions. Email: admissions@bucknell.edu Web: www.bucknell.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 54% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 34% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $37,500. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $32,700 ($67,136 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,200 ($7,300 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $30,871 ($67,136 maximum); and other nonneed-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $11,958 ($53,986 maximum). 35% of
undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $22,600. Bucknell is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, and noncustodial parent's statement are required. The FAFSA code is 003238. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 15.

Butler University
Indianapolis, IN 46208 (317) 940-8100
Full Time: 1736 men, 2689 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 27 men, 27 women
Tuition: $38,920
Graduate: 215 men, 405 women
Room & Board: $13,020
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 14636 applied, 9531 accepted, 1064 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 614/609 ACT: 27
VERY COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
65% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 3% below 500, 38% between 500 and 599, 48% between 600 and 699, and 12% between 700 and 800. Math-- 4% below 500, 40% between 500 and 599, 48% between 600 and 699, and 9% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 14% between 500 and 599, 6% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 16% between 18 and 23, 54% between 24 and 29, and 30% above 30. Admissions Contact:
Delorean Menifee, Director of Admissions. Email: admission@butler.edu Web: www.butler.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 61% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $25,981. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,726; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,658; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $24,534; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $15,614. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $40,393. BU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001788. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.


Fairmont State University
Fairmont, WV 26554 (304) 367-4892
Full Time: 1489 men, 1744 women Student/Faculty: 15 to 1
Part Time: 156 men, 309 women
Tuition: $6950 ($14,666)
Graduate: 73 men, 161 women
Room & Board: $8776
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 15
Freshman Class: 2943 applied, 1930 accepted, 826 enrolled
SAT: required ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
66% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The ACT scores were 18% between 12 and 17, 60% between 18 and 23, 21% between 24 and 29, and 1% above 30. Admissions Contact: Amie Fazalare, Admissions Director. Email: admit@fairmontstate.edu Web: www.fairmontstate.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $8,985. Need-based  cholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,596; needbased self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,049; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $5,315; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,015; and $6,272 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $10,840. Fairmont is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003812. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville, NC 28301 (910) 672-1371
Full Time: 1297 men, 2619 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 323 men, 1048 women
Tuition: $9686 ($18,600)
Graduate: 186 men, 587 women
Room & Board: $8070
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 25 
Freshman Class:
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Ulisa E. Bowles, Director of Admissions.  email: admissions@uncfsu.edu Web: www.uncfsu.edu

Financial Aid:
FSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 002928. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Ferris State University
Big Rapids, MI 49307 (231) 591-2100
Full Time: 4299 men, 4170 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 1640 men, 2395 women
Tuition: $11,564 ($18,570)
Graduate: 469 men, 825 women
Room & Board: $9894
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1 
Freshman Class: 9926 applied, 7361 accepted, 1822 enrolled
SAT: required ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
74% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--35% below 500, 46% between 500 and 599, 16% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 32% below 500, 43% between 500 and 599, 22% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 15% between 12 and 17, 48% between 18 and 23, 29% between 24 and 29, and 8% above 30. Admissions Contact: Kristen Salomonson, Dean of Enrollment Services & Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@ferris.edu Web: www.ferris.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 70% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $15,742. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,724 ($5,510 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $2,028 ($4,480 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $320 ($9,990 maximum); and other non-need-based
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $9,670. 21% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $21,988. FSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 002260. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is December 1.

Flagler College
St. Augustine, FL 32084 (904) 829-6481
Full Time: 943 men, 1596 women Student/Faculty: 22 to 1
Part Time: 28 men, 49 women
Tuition: $17,500
Graduate: 6 women
Room & Board: $10,120
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: March 1
Freshman Class: 3372 applied, 2529 accepted, 600 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 540/510/530 ACT: 24
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
75% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 24% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Math-- 42% below 500, 43% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 31% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 47% between 18 and 23, 47% between 24 and 29, and 6% above 30. Admissions Contact: Deborah Thompson, Vice President of Enrollment Management. Email:  admissions@flagler.edu Web: www.flagler.edu

In 2017-2018, 96% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 61% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $15,826. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,393; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,517; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $7,643; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $10,516. 65% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $25,660. The FAFSA code is 007893. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Florida Atlantic University
Boca Raton, FL 33431 (561) 297-3040
Full Time: 7085 men, 8508 women Student/Faculty: 22 to 1
Part Time: 3843 men, 5387 women
Tuition: $5986 ($21,543)
Graduate: 1991 men, 3224 women
Room & Board: $12,270
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: May 1
Freshman Class: 27888 applied, 10876 accepted, 3237 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 525/535/520 ACT: 23
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
39% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 30% below 500, 53% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Math-- 27% below 500, 53% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 32% below 500, 54% between 500 and 599, 13% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700
and 800. The ACT scores were 59% between 18 and 23, 37% between 24 and 29, and 3% above 30. 51% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 80% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Barbar Pletcher, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@fau.edu Web: www.fau.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $10,684. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,871; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,849; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $9,892; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $6,777; and $2,275 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $13,229. FAU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001481. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Florida International University
Miami, FL 33199 (305) 348-2363
Full Time: 11,593 men, 15,104 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 8980 men, 11,909 women
Tuition: $8038 ($20,437)
Graduate: 3678 men, 5587 women
Room & Board: $12,090
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: April 15
Freshman Class: 15863 applied, 7874 accepted, 2555 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 560/550/540 ACT: 24
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
50% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 10% below 500, 61% between 500 and 599, 27% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Math-- 16% below 500, 58% between 500 and 599, 24% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 19% below 500, 59% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 38% between 18 and 23, 55% between 24 and 29, and 7% above 30. Admissions Contact: Jody Glassman, Admissions Director. Email: admiss@fiu.edu Web: www.fiu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 82% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 73% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. FIU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 009635. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306 (850) 644-6200
Full Time: 12,778 men, 16,407 women Student/Faculty: 25 to 1
Part Time: 1932 men, 1589 women
Tuition: $6507 ($21,673)
Graduate: 3660 men, 4464 women
Room & Board: $10,264
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 25
Freshman Class: 29828 applied, 16674 accepted, 6100 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 623/618/615 ACT: 28
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
56% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 2% below 500, 44% between 500 and 599, 46% between 600 and 699, and 8% between 700 and 800. Math-- 3% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, 48% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 3% below 500, 45% between 500 and 599, 45% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 12 and 17, 19% between 18 and 23, 69% between 24 and 29, and 11% above 30. 76% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class. Admissions Contact: Admissions Office Email: admissions@fsu.edu Web: www.fsu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 90% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 45% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,076. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,094; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,390; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $8,409; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,005. 3% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $22,912. The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 001489. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 15.

Fordham University
Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 817-4000
Full Time: 3881 men, 5251 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 194 men, 273 women
Tuition: $50,986
Graduate: 2278 men, 4160 women
Room & Board: $17,445
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 45147 applied, 20966 accepted, 2283 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 659/662 ACT: 29
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
46% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--1% below 500, 17% between 500 and 599, 49% between 600 and 699, and 33% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 1% below 500, 15% between 500 and 599, 55% between 600 and 699, and 30% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 4% between 18 and 23, 47% between 24 and 29, and 49% above 30. 71% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 93% were in the top two fifths. 25 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Patricia Peek, Ph.D., Director of Admission. Email: enroll@fordham.edu Web: www.fordham.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 89% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. Fordham is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, and noncustodial profile, business and farm supplement are required. The FAFSA code is 002722. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is November 15.

Framingham State University
Framingham, MA 01701 (508) 626-4500
Full Time: 1471 men, 2088 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 215 men, 353 women
Tuition: $9920 ($16,000)
Graduate: 319 men, 1246 women
Room & Board: $11,820
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 15
Freshman Class: 6041 applied, 4115 accepted, 765 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 526/517 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
68% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--37% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 11% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 34% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 14% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 10% between 12 and 17, 65% between 18 and 23, 23% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. Admissions Contact: Shayna Eddy, Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: admissions@framingham.edu Web: www.framingham.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 70% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $10,993. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,991; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $2,328; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $4,674. 60% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,493. FSU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 002185. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Colleges - G*

George Mason University
Fairfax, VA 22030 (703) 993-2400
Full Time: 7147 men, 8042 women Student/Faculty: 15 to 1
Part Time: 2203 men, 2310 women
Tuition: $12,184 ($34,630)
Graduate: 5117 men, 7248 women
Room & Board: $7700
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 15
Freshman Class: 13732 applied, 8691 accepted, 2656 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 560/570 ACT: required
COMPETITIVE
Admissions:
63% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 15% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 28% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. Math-- 12% below 500, 49% between 500 and 599, 34% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 4% below 12, 30% between 12 and 17, 37% between 18 and 23, 15% between 24 and 29, and 14% above 30. 44% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 83% were in the
top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Andrew Flagel, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions. Email:
admissions@gmu.edu Web: www.gmu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 67% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 43% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $12,012. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $7,182 ($24,800 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,660 ($8,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $16,156 ($36,533 maximum); and other non-need based
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,940 ($33,540 maximum). The average financial
indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $19,582. The FAFSA code is 003749. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Georgetown University
Washington, DC 20057 (202) 687-3600
Full Time: 3074 men, 3876 women Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 86 men, 88 women
Tuition: $52,300
Graduate: 5424 men, 6118 women
Room & Board: $16,670
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 10
Freshman Class: 19997 applied, 3369 accepted, 1574 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 710/710 ACT: 32
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
17% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 9% between 500 and 599, 31% between 600 and 699, and 60% between 700 and 800. Math--7% between 500 and 599, 35% between 600 and 699, and 57% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 2% between 18 and 23, 20% between 24 and 29, and 78% above 30. Admissions Contact: Charles A. Deacon, Dean of Admissions. Email: guadmiss@georgetown.edu Web: www.georgetown.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. The average freshman award was $48,620. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $41,492; need-based self-help aid (loans
and jobs) averaged $4,454; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $20,133; and $2,723 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $23,412. Georgetown is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, and non-custodial profile, business/farm supplement, and tax returns are required. The FAFSA code is 001445. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30302 (404) 413-2000
Full Time: 8057 men, 11852 women Student/Faculty: 23 to 1
Part Time: 2449 men, 3432 women
Tuition: $10,858 ($29,432)
Graduate: 2725 men, 4333 women
Room & Board: $14,392
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: March 1
Freshman Class: 18971 applied, 9898 accepted, 4105 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 530/524 ACT: 23
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
52% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--34% below 500, 44% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 24% below 500, 58% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 5% between 12 and 17, 51% between 18 and 23, 36% between 24 and 29, and 8% above 30. Admissions Contact: Scott Burke, Assistant VP for Undergraduates. Email: admissions@gsu.edu Web: www.gsu.edu
Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 81% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 54% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $12,541. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,276; and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,574. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 1.

Gettysburg College
Gettysburg, PA 17325 (717) 337-6100
Full Time: 1136 men, 1264 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: 2 men, 7 women
Tuition: $52,640
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $12,570
Year: semesters
Application Deadline: January 15
Freshman Class: 6384 applied, 2924 accepted, 721 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 673/673 ACT: 28
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
46% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--4% between 500 and 599, 63% between 600 and 699, and 33% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 3% between 500 and 599, 66% between 600 and 699, and 31% between 700 and 800. 84% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 98% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Gail Sweezey, Director of Admissions. Email: admiss@gettysburg.edu Web: www.gettysburg.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 65% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 64% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $40,147. 46% of undergraduate students work parttime. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $31,323. GC is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 003268. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for
fall entry is January 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Gonzaga University
Spokane, WA 99258 (509) 313-6572
Full Time: 2444 men, 2666 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 51 men, 48 women
Tuition: $41,330
Graduate: 810 men, 1487 women
Room & Board: $11,550
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 7613 applied, 4937 accepted, 1257 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 629/628 ACT: 28
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
65% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--1% below 500, 29% between 500 and 599, 55% between 600 and 699, and 15% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 1% below 500, 25% between 500 and 599, 62% between 600 and 699, and 12% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 7% between 18 and 23, 59% between 24 and 29, and 34% above 30. 75% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 96% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Julie McCulloh, Dean of Admission. Email: admissions@gonzaga.edu Web: www.gonzaga.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 98% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 80% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $27,736. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,414; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,222; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $24,528; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged
$15,510. 33% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,692. Gonzaga is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003778. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Granite State College
Concord, NH 03301 (603) 513-1320
Full Time: 215 men, 472 women Student/Faculty: n/av
Part Time: 195 men, 636 women
Tuition: $10,820
Graduate: 35 men, 181 women
Room & Board: $8919
Year: trimesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 746 applied, 746 accepted, 492 enrolled
SPECIAL

Admissions:
100% of the 2016-2017 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Ruth Nawn, Associate Director of Admissions. Email: ruth.nawn@granite.edu Web: www.granite.edu

Financial Aid:
The average financial indebtedness of the 2016 graduate was $21,500. The FAFSA code is 031013. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Gwynedd Mercy University
Gwynedd Valley, PA 19437 (215) 641-5510
Full Time: 460 men, 1426 women Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 33 men, 116 women
Tuition: $32,480
Graduate: 152 men, 480 women
Room & Board: $11,300
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
Freshman Class: 1899 applied, 820 accepted, 223 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 490/490/450 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
43% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 67% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, and 2% between 600 and 699. Math-- 63% below 500, 30% between 500 and 599, and 7% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 69% below 500, 29% between 500 and 599, and 2% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 34% between 12 and 17, 49% between 18 and 23, and 17% between 24 and 29. Admissions Contact: Michele Diehl, Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email:
admissions@gmercyu.edu Web: www.gmercyu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 90% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $25,666. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,708; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,329; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $16,095. The college's own financial statement, and federal income tax returns are required. The FAFSA code is 003270. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15.

Colleges - H*

Harvard College/Harvard University
Cambridge, MA 02138 (617) 495-1551
Full Time: 3503 men, 3196 women Student/Faculty: 7 to 1
Part Time: 1 men, 1 women
Tuition: $48,949
Graduate: 7850 men, 8250 women
Room & Board: $16,660
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 39506 applied, 2037 accepted, 1687 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 750/750/740 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
5% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--1% between 500 and 599, 11% between 600 and 699, and 88% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 1% between 500 and 599, 11% between 600 and 699, and 88% between 700 and 800. The
ACT scores were 7% between 24 and 29, and 93% above 30. 99% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 100% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Marlyn McGrath, Director of Admissions. Email: college@harvard.edu Web: www.college.harvard.edu

Financial Aid:
Harvard College is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, the college's own financial statement, and federal tax forms are required. The FAFSA code is E00468. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Haverford College
Haverford, PA 19041 (610) 896-1350
Full Time: 613 men, 655 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $51,024
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $15,466
Year: semesters
Application Deadline: January 15
Freshman Class: 4066 applied, 870 accepted, 349 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 710/710/710 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
21% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 6% between 500 and 599, 34% between 600 and 699, and 60% between 700 and 800. Math--7% between 500 and 599, 32% between 600 and 699, and 61% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 3% between 500 and 599, 38% between 600 and 699, and 59% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 12% between 24 and
29, and 88% above 30. 98% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 100% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Jess Lord, Dean of Admission & Financial Aid. Email: admission@haverford.edu Web: www.haverford.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 46% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 45% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $49,928. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $46,398; and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $2,931. 64% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $18,932. Haverford is a
member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 003274. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Hawaii Pacific University
Honolulu, HI 96813 808-543-8088
Full Time: 1566 men, 2378 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 1197 men, 1027 women
Tuition: $22,440
Graduate: 578 men, 717 women
Room & Board: $10,980
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 15
Freshman Class: 4129 applied, 2980 accepted, 492 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: required ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
72% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The ACT scores were 47% below 12, 30% between 12 and 17, 14% between 18 and 23, 5% between 24 and 29, and 5% above 30. 44% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 76% were in the top two fifths. 18 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Sara Sato, Assistant V.P. Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@hpu.edu Web: www.hpu.edu

Financial Aid:
36% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The FAFSA code is 007279. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Henderson State University
Arkadelphia, AR 71999 (870) 230-5028
Full Time: 1202 men, 1589 women Student/Faculty: 15 to 1
Part Time: 110 men, 151 women
Tuition: $8116 ($14,956)
Graduate: 152 men, 349 women
Room & Board: $7400
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 18
Freshman Class: 4072 applied, 2692 accepted, 747 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 460/510 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
66% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 58% below 500, 21% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 48% below 500, 30% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 15% between 12 and 17, 50% between 18 and 23, 30% between 24 and 29, and
5% above 30. 27% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 52% were in the top two fifths. 3 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Brandie Benton, Director of University Relations/Admissions. Email: admissions@hsu.edu Web: www.hsu.edu

Financial Aid:
The FFS is required. The FAFSA code is 001098. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549 (516) 463-6700
Full Time: 2989 men, 3485 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 219 men, 211 women
Tuition: $38,900
Graduate: 1606 men, 2443 women
Room & Board: $12,910
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 26388 applied, 16258 accepted, 1714 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 560/570 ACT: 25
COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
62% of the 2016-2017 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2016-2017 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 12% below 500, 56% between 500 and 599, 27% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. Math-- 9% below 500, 52% between 500 and 599, 33% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 3% below 12, 28% between 12 and 17, 32% between 18 and 23, 17% between
24 and 29, and 21% above 30. 50% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 78% were in the top two fifths. 8 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Jessica Eads, Vice President of Enrollment Management. Email: admission@hofstra.edu Web: www.hofstra.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2016-2017, 93% of all full-time freshmen and 88% of continuing full-time students received some form of financial aid. 71% of all full-time freshmen and 64% of continuing full-time students received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $27,000. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $22,000 ($53,000 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $7,000 ($14,000 maximum); non-need based
athletic scholarships averaged $22,000 ($48,000 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non need-based scholarships averaged $18,000 ($40,000 maximum). 41% of undergraduate students work part-time. Average annual earnings from campus work are $3000. The state aid form is required. The FAFSA code is
002732. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Holy Family University
Philadelphia, PA 19114 (215) 637-7700
Full Time: 384 men, 1159 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 159 men, 436 women
Tuition: $31,096
Graduate: 232 men, 723 women
Room & Board: $13,576
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT CR/M/W: 471/476/472 ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 71% below 500, 25% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. Math-- 64% below 500, 32% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. 32% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 68% were in the top two fifths. 2 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Lauren Campbell, Director of Undergraduate
Admissions. Email: admissions@holyfamily.edu Web: www.holyfamily.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 88% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid and need-based aid. The average freshman award was $11,005. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $17,398; need based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,077; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $27,780;
other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $9,774; and $26,323 from other forms of aid. 78% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $35,589. The FAFSA code is 003275. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is rolling.

Howard University
Washington, DC 20059 (202) 806-2864
Full Time: 2071 men, 4341 women Student/Faculty: 8 to 1
Part Time: 171 men, 300 women
Tuition: $23,970
Graduate: 1230 men, 1889 women
Room & Board: $13,646
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 15 [Add to My Calendar]
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE+

Admissions:
55% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 81% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Derek Kindle, Director of Student Financial Services. Email: dkindle@howard.edu Web: www.howard.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 93% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 50% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $17,752. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,729 ($15,188 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,699 ($5,000 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $23,128 ($23,970 maximum); and other non-needbased
awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $27,266 ($41,983 maximum). 10% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $32,071. The FAFSA code is 001448. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Humboldt State University
Arcata, CA 95521 (707) 826-4402
Full Time: 3228 men, 4248 women Student/Faculty: 23 to 1
Part Time: 256 men, 210 women
Tuition: $8692 ($16,200)
Graduate: 218 men, 310 women
Room & Board: $13,016
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: November 30
Freshman Class: 12967 applied, 9895 accepted, 1295 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 515/500/495 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
76% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 49% below 500, 38% between 500 and 599, 12% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Math-- 53% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 58% below 500, 33% between 500 and 599, and 7% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 19% between 12 and 17, 49% between 18 and 23, 30% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. Admissions Contact: Rebecca Kalal, Assistant Director of Admissions. Email: hsuinfo@humboldt.edu Web: www.humboldt.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 69% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 68% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $13,687. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $9,186; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,511; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $2,765; and $5,965 from other forms of aid. The FAFSA code is 001149. The priority date
for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 2.

Colleges - I*

Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209 (208) 282-2123
Full Time: 3195 men, 3360 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 1862 men, 2670 women
Tuition: $6956 ($21,023)
Graduate: 881 men, 1094 women
Room & Board: $6663
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1 [Add to My Calendar]
Freshman Class: 2955 applied, 2946 accepted, 1243 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 480/470/460 ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
100% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 58% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 63% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, 10% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 69% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, and 5% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores
were 17% between 12 and 17, 45% between 18 and 23, 31% between 24 and 29, and 5% above 30. 18% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 38% were in the top two fifths. 41 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Nicole Roseberg, Director of Admissions. Email: admiss@isu.edu Web: www.isu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 87% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 91% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $8,065. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $4,955; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,112; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $9,749; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $2,324;
and $3,067 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $30,617. The FAFSA code is 001620. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Illinois State University
Normal, IL 61761 (309) 438-2181
Full Time: 7689 men, 9465 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 623 men, 650 women
Tuition: $13,664 ($21,480)
Graduate: 845 men, 1535 women
Room & Board: $9754
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: April 1
Freshman Class:
ACT: 24
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The ACT scores for 2017-2018 were 1% between 12 and 17, 54% between 18 and 23, 37% between 24 and 29, and 4% above 30. Admissions Contact: Ryan Smith, Director of Institutional Research. Email: Admissions@IllinoisState.edu Web: www.illinoisstate.edu

Financial Aid:
The CCS/Profile, FAFSA, FFS, and SFS are required. The FAFSA code is 001692. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.


Colleges - J*

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Colleges - C*

Cabrini University
Radnor, PA 19087 (610) 902-8552
Full Time: 479 men, 831 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 52 men, 40 women
Tuition: $30,565
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $12,026
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
Freshman Class: 2127 applied, 1580 accepted, 316 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 450/440/440 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
74% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 70% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. Math-- 73% below 500, 23% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 74% below 500, 24% between 500 and 599, and 2% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 55% below 12, 23% between 12 and 17, 16% between 18 and 23, and 6% between 24 and 29. 16% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 37% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Shannon Zottola, Director of Admissions. Email: admit@cabrini.edu Web: www.cabrini.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 98% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 94% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $21,594. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $10,462 ($28,090 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,505 ($3,500 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $11,588 ($28,090 maximum). 19% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $27,775. The FAFSA code is 003241. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Cairn University
Langhorne, PA 19047 (215) 752-5800
Full Time: 321 men, 407 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 18 men, 25 women
Tuition: $27,279
Graduate: 139 men, 151 women
Room & Board: $10,294
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 514 applied, 501 accepted, 255 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 540/520 ACT: 20
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
97% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--37% below 500, 45% between 500 and 599, 16% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 35% below 500, 40% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 4% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 27% between 12 and 17, 55% between 18 and 23, 15% between 24 and 29, and 3% above 30. 25% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 51% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Thomas Sherf, Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: admissions@cairn.edu Web: www.cairn.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 85% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid and need-based aid. The average freshman award was $23,175. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $18,778; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,871; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $13,011. 55% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $31,166. The FAFSA code is 003351. Check with the school for current
application deadlines.

California State University, Sacramento
Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 278-7362
Full Time: 10,018 men, 13,100 women Student/Faculty: 25 to 1
Part Time: 2254 men, 2438 women
Tuition: $7204 ($19,084)
Graduate: 924 men, 1696 women
Room & Board: $11,856
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: November 30
Freshman Class: 23944 applied, 17224 accepted, 3760 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 490/500 ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
72% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 67% below 500, 27% between 500 and 599, and 6% between 600 and 699. Math-- 61% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, and 8% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 31% between 12 and 17, 50% between 18 and 23, 16% between 24 and 29, and 1% above 30. Admissions Contact: Emiliano Diaz, Director of University Outreach Services. Email: admissions@csus.edu Web: www.csus.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 62% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 60% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $10,651. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $8,867; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,316; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $1,175; and $3,240 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $13,187. Cal State Sacramento is a member of CSS. The
priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 2.

California University of Pennsylvania
California, PA 15419 (724) 938-4404
Full Time: 2161 men, 2442 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 362 men, 461 women
Tuition: $10,339 ($13,959)
Graduate: 749 men, 1282 women
Room & Board: $10,086
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 22
Freshman Class: 3202 applied, 2994 accepted, 904 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 465/455/435 ACT: 19
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
94% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 68% below 500, 25% between 500 and 599, 6% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 71% below 500, 22% between 500 and 599, 6% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 78% below 500, 17% between 500 and 599, 4% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% below 12, 41% between 12 and 17, 39% between 18 and 23, 18% between
24 and 29, and 1% above 30. 3 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: William Edmonds, Director of Admissions. Email: inquiry@calu.edu Web: www.calu.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $9,407. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,565; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,868; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $10,385; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $2,923; and $3,186 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $24,376. The FAFSA code is 003316. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213 (412) 268-2000
Full Time: 3404 men, 3035 women Student/Faculty: 13 to 1
Part Time: 133 men, 101 women
Tuition: $52,310
Graduate: 4689 men, 2599 women
Room & Board: $13,270
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
SAT or ACT: required
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
24% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. 92% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 99% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Michael Steidel, Director of Admissions. Email: admissions@andrew.cmu.edu Web: www.cmu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 46% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 45% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $36,002. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $31,926; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,334; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $13,140. CMU is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile and the college's own financial statement, noncustodial profile, parent and student federal tax returns, and W-2 forms are required. The FAFSA code is 003242. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is
February 15.

Cedar Crest College
Allentown, PA 18104 (610) 740-3780
Full Time: 116 men, 815 women Student/Faculty: 10 to 1
Part Time: 60 men, 442 women
Tuition: $39,566
Graduate: 35 men, 196 women
Room & Board: $11,544
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 1208 applied, 765 accepted, 213 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 537/516 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
63% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 64% below 500, 30% between 500 and 599, and 6% between 600 and 699. Math-- 57% below 500, 38% between 500 and 599, and 5% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 70% below 500, 23% between 500 and 599, and 7% between 600 and 699. 55% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 92% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Mary Alice Ozechoski, VP of Student Affairs and Enrollment. Email: admissions@cedarcrest.edu Web: www.cedarcrest.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 98% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 94% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $31,302. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $27,930; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,761; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,364. 53% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $27,200. CCC is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003243. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

Central Connecticut State University
New Britain, CT 06050 (860) 832-2278
Full Time: 3984 men, 3621 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 1092 men, 857 women
Tuition: $10,225 ($22,914)
Graduate: 840 men, 1486 women
Room & Board: $11,816
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: May 1 [Add to My Calendar]
Freshman Class: 7733 applied, 5232 accepted, 1421 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 540/530 ACT: 21
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
68% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 46% below 500, 44% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 43% below 500, 44% between 500 and 599, 12% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 49% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 7% between 12 and 17, 62% between 18 and 23, 27% between 24 and 29, and 4% above 30. 4% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 22% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Larry Hall, Director of Recruitment and Admissions. Email: admissions@ccsu.edu Web: www.ccsu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 72% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,344. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,983 ($10,120 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,618 ($6,000 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $10,400 ($24,000 maximum); and other non-needbased awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $2,000 ($5,000 maximum). 80% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $28,016. CCSU is a
member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 001378. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Central Michigan University
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859 (989) 774-3076
Full Time: 8465 men, 10,946 women Student/Faculty: 21 to 1
Part Time: 1159 men, 1669 women
Tuition: $11,550 ($23,670)
Graduate: 2568 men, 3767 women
Room & Board: $8780
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 18025 applied, 12565 accepted, 3733 enrolled
ACT: 23
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
70% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The ACT scores were 29% below 12, 34% between 12 and 17, 22% between 18 and 23, 9% between 24 and 29, and 6% above 30. 33% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 62% were in the top two fifths. 59 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Krista Casey, Assistant Director of Admissions. Email:  cmuadmit@cmich.edu Web: www.cmich.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 66% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 56% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $13,814. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $8,069; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $6,249; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $15,110; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $4,161. 25% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $33,545. The FAFSA code is 002243. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry
is March 1.

Central State University
Wilberforce, OH 45384 (937) 376-6348
Full Time: 560 men, 650 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 55 men, 70 women
Tuition: $9246 ($13,928)
Graduate: 30 men, 55 women
Room & Board: $9318
Year: trimesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class:
ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Curtis Pettis, Executive Director of Administration. Email: admissions@csu.ces.edu Web: www.centralstate.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $10,765. 48% of undergraduate students work part-time. The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 003026. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 31.

Chadron State College
Chadron, NE 69337 (308) 432-6263
Full Time: 775 men, 1025 women Student/Faculty: 19 to 1
Part Time: 200 men, 375 women
Tuition: $10,607
Graduate: 130 men, 310 women
Room & Board: $4212
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT: recommended ACT: 22
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Tena Cook Gould, Director of Admissions. Email: cscadmissions@csc.edu Web: www.csc.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 002539. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Chatham University
Pittsburgh, PA 15232 (412) 365-1139
Full Time: 240 men, 711 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 48 men, 209 women
Tuition: $36,510
Graduate: 231 men, 830 women
Room & Board: $11,373
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class: 2231 applied, 1217 accepted, 284 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 610/570 ACT: 24
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
55% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--9% below 500, 53% between 500 and 599, 36% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 11% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, 49% between 600 and 699, and 9% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 12 and 17, 41% between 18 and 23, 48% between 24 and 29, and 10% above 30. 41% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 69% were in the top two fifths. 1 freshman graduated first in the class. Admissions Contact: Amy Becher, Vice President for Enrollment Management. Email: admission@chatham.edu Web: www.chatham.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 77% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $37,356. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $9,515 ($10,169 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,392 ($5,500 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $16,394 ($23,000 maximum). The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $26,075. The FAFSA code is 003244. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Chestnut Hill College
Philadelphia, PA 19118 (215) 242-7134
Full Time: 419 men, 684 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 65 men, 205 women
Tuition: $34,140
Graduate: 100 men, 369 women
Room & Board: $9270
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 1242 applied, 1165 accepted, 245 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 530/520 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
94% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Evidence-based Reading/Writing-- 32% below 500, 46% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Math-- 30% below 500, 59% between 500 and 599, and 11% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 6% between 12 and 17, 75% between 18 and 23, 16% between 24 and 29, and 3% above 30. 14% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 52% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Alaina Costa, Director of Admissions. Email: chcapply@chc.edu Web: www.chc.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 87% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid, need-based aid. The average freshman award was $29,275. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $25,185; need-based selfhelp aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,689; and non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $7,664. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $42,058. CHC is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003245. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
Cheyney, PA 19319 (610) 399-2275
Full Time: 571 men, 589 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 25 men, 39 women
Tuition: $9344 ($14,162)
Graduate: 21 men, 39 women
Room & Board: $11,552
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: May 30
Freshman Class: 1582 applied, 1379 accepted, 319 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
87% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 94% below 500, 5% between 500 and 599, and 1% between 600 and 699. Math-- 94% below 500 and 6% between 500 and 599. Writing-- 96% below 500, 3% between 500 and 599, and 1% between 600 and 699. Admissions Contact: Eric Hilton, Executive Director of Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@cheyney.edu Web: www.cheyney.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 96% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 91% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $11,078. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $8,169; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,438; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $1,298. CUP is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003317. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15.

Chicago State University
Chicago, IL 60628 (773) 995-2513
Full Time: 917 men, 2092 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 392 men, 1211 women
Tuition: $24,172 ($20,706)
Graduate: 467 men, 1022 women
Room & Board: $17,448
Year: other, summer session
Application Deadline: July 15
Freshman Class:
ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
Admissions Contact: Stephen Powenski, Interim Director. Email: ug-admissions@csu.edu Web: www.csu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 97% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $16,154. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $7,263 ($9,540 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,473 ($7,000 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $10,575 ($17,010 maximum); and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $6,898 ($19,522 maximum). 5% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $28,955. The FAFSA code is 001694. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15.

City University of New York/Hunter College
New York, NY 10065 (212) 772-4490
Full Time: 4185 men, 7611 women Student/Faculty: 15 to 1
Part Time: 1664 men, 3178 women
Tuition: $17,250
Graduate: 1434 men, 4752 women
Room & Board: $13,848
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class:
SAT CR/M: 574/598
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 12% below 500, 54% between 500 and 599, 26% between 600 and 699, and 8% between 700 and 800. Math-- 3% below 500, 50% between 500 and 599, 37% between 600 and 699, and 10% between 700 and 800. Admissions Contact: Joseph Fantozzie Jr., Associate Director for Undergraduate Admissions. Email:  admissions@hunter.cuny.edu Web: www.hunter.cuny.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 002689. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

College of William & Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23187 (757) 221-4223
Full Time: 2618 men, 3581 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 46 men, 40 women
Tuition: $23,108 ($43,670)
Graduate: 1210 men, 1245 women
Room & Board: $11,799
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
SAT or ACT: required
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
95% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 99% were in the top two fifths. Admissions
Contact: David Trott, Associate Dean. Email: admission@wm.edu Web: www.wm.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement, and the CSS Profile are required for early decision enrollees. The FAFSA
code is 003705. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO 80523 (970) 491-6909
Full Time: 10,732 men, 11,237 womenStudent/Faculty: 18 to 1
Part Time: 1730 men, 2204 women
Tuition: $11,519 ($29,027)
Graduate: 3446 men, 3888 women
Room & Board: $11,514
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 23137 applied, 19116 accepted, 5124 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
83% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math-- 8% below 500, 43% between 500 and 599, 39% between 600 and 699, and 9% between 700 and 800. Evidence- Based Reading/Writing-- 7% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, 47% between 600 and 699, and 10% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 2% between 12 and 17, 34% between 18 and 23, 50% between 24 and 29, and 14% above 30. 38% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 70% were in the top two fifths. 65 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Director of Admissions Email: admissions@colostate.edu Web: www.colostate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 64% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 45% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $11,572. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $8,904; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,533; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $26,673; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,215; and $5,156 from other forms of aid. 80% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $13,138. The FAFSA code is 001350. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Clarion University of Pennsylvania
Clarion, PA 16214 (814) 393-2306
Full Time: 1323 men, 2158 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 234 men, 606 women
Tuition: $10,462 ($15,056)
Graduate: 190 men, 714 women
Room & Board: $11,146
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: rolling
Freshman Class: 2726 applied, 2603 accepted, 875 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 470/470/450 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
95% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 61% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, 7% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 60% below 500, 32% between 500 and 599, and 8% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 71% below 500, 24% between 500 and 599, 4% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 20% between 12 and 17, 61% between 18 and 23, 14% between 24 and 29, and 4% above 30. 20% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 48% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: David Dollins, Associate VP Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@clarion.edu Web: www.clarion.edu

Financial Aid:
The FAFSA code is 003318. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

Clemson University
Clemson, SC 29634 (864) 656-2287
Full Time: 9311 men, 8572 women Student/Faculty: 18 to 1
Part Time: 414 men, 302 women
Tuition: $14,708 ($34,590)
Graduate: 2481 men, 2326 women
Room & Board: $9144
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: December 1
Freshman Class: 23506 applied, 11891 accepted, 3685 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 611/641 ACT: 28
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
51% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 6% below 500, 34% between 500 and 599, 47% between 600 and 699, and 12% between 700 and 800. Math-- 3% below 500, 22% between 500 and 599, 51% between 600 and 699, and 24% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 9% between 18 and 23, 50% between 24 and 29, and 41% above 30. 179 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Robert S. Barkley, Director of Admissions. Email:
cuadmissions@clemson.edu Web: www.clemson.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 95% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 54% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $16,281. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,054 ($9,315 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,696 ($11,000 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $28,056 ($55,598 maximum); and other non-needbased awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $8,578 ($48,616 maximum). 57% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $30,270. The FAFSA code is 003425. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 255-5241
Full Time: 7086 men, 7821 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $53,211
Graduate: 4536 men, 3573 women
Room & Board: $14,380
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 2
Freshman Class: 47039 applied, 5962 accepted, 3349 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
13% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 3% between 500 and 599, 26% between 600 and 699, and 71% between 700 and 800. Math-- 4% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 76% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 18 and 23, 10% between 24 and 29, and 89% above 30. Admissions Contact: Shawn Felton, Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: admissions@cornell.edu Web: www.cornell.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 61% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 47% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $47,860. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $42,053 ($76,997 maximum); and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,483 ($16,282 maximum). 40% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $25,542. CU is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, and the IRS form are required after enrollment. The FAFSA code is 002711. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Cleveland State University
Cleveland, OH 44115 (216) 523-7417
Full Time: 4363 men, 4907 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 1338 men, 1698 women
Tuition: $9790 ($13,841)
Graduate: 1728 men, 2573 women
Room & Board: $12,500
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 15
Freshman Class: 7533 applied, 6784 accepted, 1949 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 510/510 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
90% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 45% below 500, 37% between 500 and 599, 14% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Math-- 42% below 500, 41% between 500 and 599, 14% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 14% between 12 and 17, 50% between 18 and 23, 32% between 24 and 29, and 4% above 30. Admissions Contact: Lee Furbeck, Director, Undergraduate Admissions. Email: admissions@csuohio.edu Web: www.engagecsu.com

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 74% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 61% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $8,902. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,986; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,876; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $10,929; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $5,560. The FAFSA code is 003032. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Columbia University/City of New York
New York, NY 10027 (212) 854-2522
Full Time: 3174 men, 2910 women Student/Faculty: 6 to 1
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $50,526
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $12,432
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 33531 applied, 2131 accepted, 1416 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 740/750/750 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
6% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 3% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 76% between 700 and 800. Math-- 2% between 500 and 599, 20% between 600 and 699, and 78% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 2% between 500 and 599, 24% between 600 and 699, and 74% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 10% between 24 and 29, and 90% above 30. Admissions Contact: Admissions Officer, Office of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: ugrad-ask@columbia.edu Web: www.columbia.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 51% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 49% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $43,087. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $42,785; and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $2,263. Columbia University is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile and the college's own financial statement, federal tax returns, the business/farm supplement, and/or the divorced/separated parents statement, if applicable, are required. The
deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Creighton University
Omaha, NE 68178 (402) 280-2703
Full Time: 1772 men, 2239 women Student/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 92 men, 152 women
Tuition: $38,750
Graduate: 1725 men, 2674 women
Room & Board: $10,702
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 15
Freshman Class: 9727 applied, 7004 accepted, 1120 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 576/603 ACT: 27
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
72% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math-- 8% below 500, 35% between 500 and 599, 45% between 600 and 699, and 12% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 13% below 500, 54% between 500 and 599, 25% between 600 and 699, and 8% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 18% between 18 and 23, 57% between 24 and 29, and 25% above 30. 45 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Sarah Richardson, Director of
Admissions and Scholarships. Email: admissions@creighton.edu Web: www.creighton.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 002542. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is January 15.

Columbus State University
Columbus, GA 31907 (706) 507-8800
Full Time: 1915 men, 2919 womenStudent/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 854 men, 1101 women
Tuition: $7056 ($20,274)
Graduate: 648 men, 970 women
Room & Board: $7280
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: June 30
Freshman Class: 3160 applied, 1680 accepted, 926 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 490/480/470 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
53% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 50% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, 13% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 54% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 59% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 12% between 12 and 17, 67% between 18 and 23, 19% between 24 and 29, and
2% above 30. 27% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 53% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Amy Clines, Director of Recruitment. Email: admissions@columbusstate.edu Web: www.columbusstate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 91% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 63% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $9,304. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,083; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,704; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $6,616; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $1,853. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $31,676. The FAFSA code is 001561. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 15.

Coastal Carolina University
Conway, SC 29528 (843) 349-2170
Full Time: 4190 men, 4831 women Student/Faculty: 21 to 1
Part Time: 394 men, 483 women
Tuition: $11,200 ($25,872)
Graduate: 224 men, 541 women
Room & Board: $9140
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class: 18563 applied, 11359 accepted, 2390 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 554/544 ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
61% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math-- 17% below 500, 64% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 14% below 500, 63% between 500 and 599, 22% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 5% between 12 and 17, 64% between 18 and 23, 29% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. 36% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 71% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Amanda Craddock, Assistant Provost for Admissions. Email: admissions@coastal.edu Web: www.coastal.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 99% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 63% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $19,547. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,592; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,394; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $8,329; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $2,263; and $8,283 from other forms of aid. 19% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $37,037. The FAFSA code is 003451. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

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Dakota State University
Madison, SD 57042 (605) 256-5139
Full Time: n/av Student/Faculty:
Part Time: n/av
Tuition: $8927 ($11,843)
Graduate: n/av
Room & Board: $3359
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 600 accepted, 360 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
9 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Amy Crissinger, Director of Admission. Email: admissions@dsu.edu Web: www.dsu.edu

Financial Aid:
The average freshman award was $5,836. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $16,588. The FAFSA code is 003463. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755 (603) 646-2875
Full Time: 2221 men, 2139 women Student/Faculty: 7 to 1
Part Time: 25 men, 25 women
Tuition: $52,950
Graduate: 1119 men, 980 women
Room & Board: $15,159
Year: quarters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 20035 applied, 2093 accepted, 1217 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
10% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. 97% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 100% were in the top two fifths. 158 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Paul Sunde, Director of Admissions. Email:  admissions.office@dartmouth.edu Web: www.dartmouth.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 48% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 48% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $52,069. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $51,461; and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,288. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $19,571. DC is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile, parents' and student's federal income tax returns, noncustodial and business/farm supplement are required. The FAFSA code is 002573. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Delaware State University
Dover, DE 19901 (302) 739-4917
Full Time: 1298 men, 2189 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 102 men, 130 women
Tuition: $8286 ($16,892)
Graduate: 155 men, 289 women
Room & Board: $11,090
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 20
Freshman Class: 7700 applied, 3428 accepted, 922 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
45% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Jethro Williams, Admissions Director. Email: admissions@desc.edu Web: www.desu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 89% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 89% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $11,620. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $5,191; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,587; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $14,666; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $15,213; and $3,270 from other forms of aid. DSU is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile and FFS are required.
The FAFSA code is 001428. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Delaware Valley University
Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 489-2372
Full Time: 700 men, 900 women Student/Faculty: 20 to 1
Part Time: 209 men, 191 women
Tuition: $36,805
Graduate: 27 men, 43 women
Room & Board: $14,466
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: open
Freshman Class: 1476 applied, 1164 accepted, 451 enrolled
SAT: required ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
79% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The ACT scores were 38% below 12, 25% between 12 and 17, 25% between 18 and 23, 13% between 24 and 29, and % above 30. 25% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 49% were in the top two fifths. 1 freshman graduated first in the class. Admissions Contact: Thomas O'Connor, Director of Admissions. Email: admitme@devalcol.edu Web: www.devalcol.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid, and full-time freshmen received need-based aid. 20% of undergraduate students work part-time. The FAFSA code is 003252. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 1.

Delta State University
Cleveland, MS 38733 (662) 846-4020
Full Time: 936 men, 1326 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 128 men, 269 women
Tuition: $6112
Graduate: 242 men, 559 women
Room & Board: $7064
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1
Freshman Class: 845 applied, 735 accepted
SAT CR/M: 510/475 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 38% below 500, 38% between 500 and 599, 13% between 600 and 699, and 13% between 700 and 800. Math-- 63% below 500, 25% between 600 and 699, and 13% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 23% between 12 and 17, 59% between 18 and 23, 15% between 24 and 29, and 2% above 30. Admissions Contact: Debbie Heslep, Dean of Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@deltastate.edu Web: www.deltastate.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 82% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 52% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $6,735. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $3,406 ($5,753 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $2,070 ($3,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $1,990 ($6,571 maximum); and other non-need based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,451 ($19,145 maximum). 8% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $27,089. The FAFSA code is 002403. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

DePaul University
Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 362-8300
Full Time: 6123 men, 6763 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 918 men, 1012 women
Tuition: $39,010
Graduate: 3686 men, 4267 women
Room & Board: $13,797
Year: quarters, summer session
Application Deadline: February 1
Freshman Class: 21613 applied, 15506 accepted, 2542 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 610/590 ACT: 25
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
72% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 5% below 500, 37% between 500 and 599, 44% between 600 and 699, and 14% between 700 and 800. Math-- 9% below 500, 46% between 500 and 599, 39% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 2% between 12 and 17, 32% between 18 and 23, 49% between 24 and 29, and 17% above 30. Admissions Contact: Carlene Klaas-Kennelly, Dean of Undergraduate Admission. Email:
admission@depaul.edu Web: www.depaul.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 71% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 63% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $25,812. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $11,045; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,318; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $30,048; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $16,447. 12% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $30,115. The FAFSA code is 001671. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is December 1.

DeSales University
Center Valley, PA 18034 (610) 282-1100
Full Time: 760 men, 1024 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 189 men, 408 women
Tuition: $35,900
Graduate: 309 men, 498 women
Room & Board: $11,620
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1 
Freshman Class: 2658 applied, 2117 accepted, 406 enrolled
SAT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
80% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 44% below 500, 37% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. Math-- 46% below 500, 36% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 48% below 500, 34% between 500 and 599, 15% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Admissions Contact: Mary Birkhead, Dean of Enrollment Management. Email:  dmiss@desales.edu
Web: www.desales.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid, and need-based aid. The average freshman award was $25,787. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $20,398; need based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,097; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $13,014. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $25,875. DeSales is a member of CSS. The state aid form and the college's own financial statement are required. The FAFSA code is 003986. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Dickinson State University
Dickinson, ND 58601 (701) 483-2089
Full Time: 395 men, 501 women Student/Faculty: 10 to 1
Part Time: 71 men, 173 women
Tuition: $6173 ($8680)
Graduate: 2 men, 5 women
Room & Board: $6200
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1 [Add to My Calendar]
Freshman Class: 521 applied, 321 accepted, 209 enrolled
SAT: required ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
62% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The ACT scores were 19% between 12 and 17, 67% between 18 and 23, and 14% between 24 and 29. Admissions Contact: Dr. Melanie Tucker, VPSA and Enrollment Services. Email: dsu.hawk@dsu.nodak.edu Web: www.dickinsonstate.com

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 70% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 59% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $10,422. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,125 ($16,660 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,723 ($13,992 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $1,815 ($13,100 maximum); and other non need- based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $1,996. 11% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $24,418. The FAFSA code is 002989. The
priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is April 15.

Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 895-2000
Full Time: 7425 men, 6144 women Student/Faculty: 12 to 1
Part Time: 593 men, 1336 women
Tuition: $52,037
Graduate: 3209 men, 5483 women
Room & Board: $13,890
Year: quarters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 15 
Freshman Class: 28454 applied, 22489 accepted, 3268 enrolled
SAT CR/M: 619/633 ACT: 28
HIGHLY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
79% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 2% below 500, 33% between 500 and 599, 51% between 600 and 699, and 13% between 700 and 800. Math-- 2% below 500, 35% between 500 and 599, 44% between 600 and 699, and 19% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 12 and 17, 20% between 18 and 23, 52% between 24 and 29, and 28% above 30. 56% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 84% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Evelyn Thimba, AVP, Freshman & International Admissions. Email: enroll@drexel.edu Web: www.drexel.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 99% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 69% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $42,995. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $33,006; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $9,096; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $32,568; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $14,619. 71% of undergraduate students work part-time. Drexel is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is
required. The FAFSA code is 003256. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.

Duke University
Durham, NC 27708 (919) 684-3214
Full Time: 3259 men, 3190 women Student/Faculty: 8 to 1
Part Time: 17 men, 15 women
Tuition: $53,500
Graduate: 4647 men, 4672 women
Room & Board: $14,798
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 2
Freshman Class: 34488 applied, 3287 accepted, 1751 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 725/750/730 ACT: 33
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
10% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 1% below 500, 5% between 500 and 599, 27% between 600 and 699, and 67% between 700 and 800. Math-- 1% below 500, 4% between 500 and 599, 18% between 600 and 699, and 77% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 2% below 500, 6% between 500 and 599, 21% between 600 and 699, and 71% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% between 18 and 23, 14% between 24 and 29, and 85% above 30. 97% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 99% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Christoph Guttentag, Director of Undergraduate Admissions. Email: undergrad-admissions@duke.edu Web: www.duke.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. The average freshman award was $46,370. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $45,074; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,662; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $57,336; other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $3,608; and $65,459 from other forms of aid. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $58,171. The CSS/Profile is required. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Duquesne University
Pittsburgh, PA 15282 (412) 396-6222
Full Time: 2117 men, 3709 women Student/Faculty: 14 to 1
Part Time: 45 men, 71 women
Tuition: $36,394
Graduate: 1240 men, 1835 women
Room & Board: $12,114
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: July 1
Freshman Class: 7336 applied, 5260 accepted, 1562 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 606/597 ACT: 26
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
72% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--2% below 500, 51% between 500 and 599, 42% between 600 and 699, and 5% between 700 and 800. Evidence- Based Reading/Writing-- 1% below 500, 42% between 500 and 599, 51% between 600 and 699, and 6% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 21% between 18 and 23, 59% between 24 and 29, and 20% above 30. 45% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 77% were in the top two fifths. 22 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Debra Zugates, Director, Admissions. Email: admissions@duq.edu Web: www.duq.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 99% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 72% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $27,704. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $21,794 ($52,531 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,191 ($8,800 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $21,868 ($54,163 maximum); and other nonneed-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $17,683 ($53,714 maximum). 15% of
undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $24,689. The college's own financial statement is required. The FAFSA code is 003258. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

Colleges - E*

East Stroudsburg University
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301 (570) 422-3833
Full Time: 2414 men, 3144 women Student/Faculty: 22 to 1
Part Time: 230 men, 263 women
Tuition: $10,298 ($21,536)
Graduate: 222 men, 469 women
Room & Board: $8280
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: May 1
Freshman Class: 9990 applied, 7761 accepted, 1292 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 473/475/449 ACT: required
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
78% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 57% below 500, 39% between 500 and 599, and 4% between 600 and 699. Math-- 61% below 500, 31% between 500 and 599, 7% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 77% below 500, 21% between 500 and 599, and 2% between 600 and 699. The ACT scores were 7% between 12 and 17, 53% between 18 and 23, 29% between 24 and 29, and 10% above 30. 15% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 40% were in the top two fifths. Admissions Contact: Donna Tatarka, Director, Admissions Office. Email: undergrads@esu.edu Web: www.esu.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 98% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 93% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $7,703. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,277; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,183; non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $3,134; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $1,065. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,330. ESU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003320. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (734) 487-3060
Full Time: 5276 men, 7795 women Student/Faculty: 17 to 1
Part Time: 2026 men, 2683 women
Tuition: $10,417 ($27,712)
Graduate: 1395 men, 2459 women
Room & Board: $9344
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 30
Freshman Class: 14228 applied, 10639 accepted, 2888 enrolled
SAT: required ACT: 22
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
75% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 47% below 500, 26% between 500 and 599, 14% between 600 and 699, and 3% between 700 and 800. Math-- 41% below 500, 40% between 500 and 599, 17% between 600 and 699, and 2% between 700 and 800. Writing-- 57% below 500, 33% between 500 and 599, 9% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 11% between 12 and 17, 54% between 18 and 23, 32% between 24 and 29, and 3% above 30. 22 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Brian Selfridge, Freshmen Admissions. Email: undergraduate.admissions@emich.edu Web: www.emich.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 97% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 61% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $13,104. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,283 ($9,061 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,533 ($5,500 maximum); non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $17,719 ($34,795 maximum); and other non-need based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $7,919 ($28,128 maximum). 16% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $24,402. The FAFSA code is 002259. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Eastern University
St. Davids, PA 19087 (800) 452-0996
Full Time: 590 men, 1402 womenStudent/Faculty: 11 to 1
Part Time: 99 men, 311 women
Tuition: $29,600
Graduate: 479 men, 881 women
Room & Board: $9940
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
44% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 69% were in the top two fifths. 2 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Michael Dziedziak, Executive Director of Enrollment Management. Email: ugadm@eastern.edu Web:  www.eastern.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 86% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 67% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $30,641. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $6,969 ($22,396 maximum); need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,324 ($5,948 maximum); other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $13,506 ($33,000 maximum); and $10,929 from other forms of aid. 63% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average
financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $32,284. EU is a member of CSS. The FAFSA code is 003259. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Edinboro University
Edinboro, PA 16444 (814) 732-2761
Full Time: 2114 men, 2974 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 233 men, 274 women
Tuition: $8578 ($12,315)
Graduate: 265 men, 977 women
Room & Board: $7362
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
Freshman Class:
SAT CR/M/W: 482/478/462 ACT: 20
LESS COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 63% below 500, 29% between 500 and 599, 7% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. Math-- 62% below 500, 30% between 500 and 599, 7% between 600 and 699, and 1% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 1% above 30. 5 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: Admissions Office Email:
admissions@edinboro.edu Web: www.edinboro.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 83% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 80% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The FAFSA code is 003321. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15. The deadline for filing freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is May 1.

Elizabeth City State University
Elizabeth City, NC 27909 (252) 335-3400
Full Time: 1035 men, 1474 women Student/Faculty: 16 to 1
Part Time: 68 men, 183 women
Tuition: $6821 ($19,175)
Graduate: 29 men, 89 women
Room & Board: $7924
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: August 1 
Freshman Class: 3925 applied, 2243 accepted, 527 enrolled
SAT or ACT: required
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
57% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 89% below 500, 10% between 500 and 599, and 1% between 600 and 699. Math-- 83% below 500, 16% between 500 and 599, and 1% between 600 and 699. Writing-- 92% below 500 and 8% between 500 and 599. Admissions Contact: Bridgett Golham, Director of Admissions and Recruitment. Email: admissions@ecsu.edu Web: www.ecsu.edu

Financial Aid:
The college's own financial statement, and income tax forms are required. The FAFSA code is 002926. Check with the school for current application deadlines.

Elizabethtown College
Elizabethtown, PA 17022 (717) 361-1400
Full Time: 617 men, 1019 women Student/Faculty: 13 to 1
Part Time: 19 men, 16 women
Tuition: $45,350
Graduate: 3 men, 61 women
Room & Board: $10,990
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: n/av
SAT or ACT: required
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
52% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 28% were in the top two fifths. 3 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: George Walter, Interim Vice President for Enrollment. Email: admissions@etown.edu Web: www.etown.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 84% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid and received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $34,258. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $30,472 ($34,173 maximum); and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $4,752 ($6,500 maximum). 59% of undergraduate students work part-time. E-town is a member of CSS. The college's own financial statement, and family federal tax returns are required. The FAFSA code is 003262. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 15.

Elmira College
Elmira, NY 14901 (607) 735-1724
Full Time: 252 men, 581 women Student/Faculty: 10 to 1
Part Time: 18 men, 87 women
Tuition: $41,900
Graduate: 26 men, 48 women
Room & Board: $12,000
Year: other, summer session
Application Deadline: rolling
Freshman Class: 2210 applied, 1886 accepted, 205 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 570/550 ACT: 24
COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
85% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. Admissions Contact: Christopher R. Coons, Vice President of Enrollment Management. Email: admissions@elmira.edu Web: www.elmira.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 100% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 86% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $32,600. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $29,530; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,732; and other non-need-based awards and non-need-based scholarships averaged $24,695. 40% of undergraduate students work part-time. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,601. The state aid form is required. The FAFSA code is 002718. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 1.

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach
Daytona Beach, FL 32114 (386) 226-6100
Full Time: 4218 men, 1183 women Student/Faculty:
Part Time: 265 men, 63 women
Tuition: $34,722
Graduate: 442 men, 167 women
Room & Board: $11,100
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: July 1 
Freshman Class: 4564 applied, 3419 accepted, 1357 enrolled
SAT EBR-W/M: 600/600 ACT: 26
VERY COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
75% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Math--8% below 500, 38% between 500 and 599, 40% between 600 and 699, and 14% between 700 and 800. Evidence-Based Reading/Writing-- 8% below 500, 40% between 500 and 599, 43% between 600 and 699, and 9% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 4% between 12 and 17, 31% between 18 and 23, 47% between 24 and 29, and 18% above 30. 43% of the current freshmen were in the top fifth of their class; 72% were in the top two fifths. 19 freshmen graduated first in their class. Admissions Contact: B.J. Adams, Director for Admissions. Email: DaytonaBeach@erau.edu Web: http://daytonabeach.erau.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 95% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 94% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $21,034. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $17,798; need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $3,858; and non-need-based athletic scholarships averaged $13,106. 13% of undergraduate students work part-time. The FAFSA code is 001479. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is March 1.

Emory University
Atlanta, GA 30322 (404) 727-6036
Full Time: 2754 men, 3960 women Student/Faculty: 9 to 1
Part Time: 60 men, 87 women
Tuition: $49,392
Graduate: 3082 men, 4134 women
Room & Board: $13,894
Year: semesters, summer session
Application Deadline: January 1
Freshman Class: 19924 applied, 5039 accepted, 1358 enrolled
SAT CR/M/W: 680/720/700 ACT: 31
MOST COMPETITIVE

Admissions:
25% of the 2017-2018 applicants were accepted. The SAT scores for the 2017-2018 freshman class were: Critical Reading-- 1% below 500, 10% between 500 and 599, 48% between 600 and 699, and 41% between 700 and 800. Math-- 5% between 500 and 599, 34% between 600 and 699, and 61% between 700 and 800. Writing--1% below 500, 7% between 500 and 599, 42% between 600 and 699, and 51% between 700 and 800. The ACT scores were 22% between 24 and 29, and 78% above 30. Admissions Contact: John Latting, Dean of
Admissions. Email: admission@emory.edu Web: www.emory.edu

Financial Aid:
In 2017-2018, 50% of all full-time freshmen received some form of financial aid. 46% of all full-time freshmen received need-based aid. The average freshman award was $41,301. Need-based scholarships or need-based grants averaged $38,834; and need-based self-help aid (loans and jobs) averaged $5,324. The average financial indebtedness of the 2017 graduate was $29,217. Emory is a member of CSS. The CSS/Profile is required. The FAFSA code is 001564. The priority date for freshman financial aid applications for fall entry is February 15.


* Cost projections, SAT & ACT scores, etc. are estimates based on 2018 data and can change at any time without prior notification.