Mount Hope, WV
161 College Drive, Mount Hope, WV 25880
Appalachian Bible College is a private, Christian college located in Mount Hope, WV. It is modestly selective given its 45% acceptance rate. It has a very small sized student body with full-time enrollment of 172 students. All Appalachian Bible's students study Biblical Studies. It has an impressive religious studies program, ranking 6th in the US and first in West Virginia. In addition, Appalachian Bible College ranked 1st in West Virginia for top online Christian colleges. Tuition costs $15,456 a year without any aid, however, all Appalachian Bible undergraduates obtain scholarship or grant funding. 48% of Appalachian Bible College students end up graduating and start the subsequent stage of their lives: their careers. On average, graduates go on to make an annual income of $24,100 two years after receiving their diplomas. After 4 more years of experience, the alumni's median wage rises 10.8% to $26,700; however, that is still 33.4% behind the national median income. Many of you may also want to be aware that Appalachian Bible's undergraduates most often scored between 17 and 24 on the English section of the ACT and letters of recommendation are required to apply. Secondly, Appalachian Bible does not provide a remote program, and it does not have a teacher certification program. Apropos of your personal finances, be aware that Appalachian Bible students awarded state grants receive $4,571 in aid on average. Appalachian Bible's location rating on School Authority is 8.24 and Appalachian Bible's athletics rating on School Authority is 6.55. With respect to the student experience, first-year undergraduates don't have to live in on-campus housing. To conclude, the bottom quartile of graduates earn a starting salary of at least $33,900 and six years after graduating, the highest-earning 25% of graduates take home $44,100 or more.
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