275 Eastland Rd, Berea, OH 44017
Baldwin Wallace University is a private, Christian university in Berea, OH. We've ranked it #406 in the USA on our all-around top colleges list, and admission is not selective, within reach for most, given its 74% acceptance rate. It has a smaller student body with 3,105 full-time students in attendance. Baldwin Wallace provides 69 available majors across seven disciplines. The most popular options are Business, Psychology, and Nursing, with 8% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Business. 6% and 5% of students study Psychology and Nursing, respectively. Its music and theater programs are both ranked #3 in Ohio. Also, Baldwin Wallace ranks 3rd in Ohio for best colleges with rolling admissions. Tuition goes for $34,215 at the sticker price. Before you discount applying due to the cost, know that each and every Baldwin Wallace undergraduate obtains at least some grant or scholarship funding. 65% of Baldwin Wallace University students end up graduating, geared up to begin their vocational journey. On average, alumni go on to make an annual salary of $35,800 two years after university. After four additional years working, the graduate's average yearly income climbs 24% to $44,400, which is 10.7% north of the national median wage. Those of you applying might also want to be aware that you are recommended to submit letters of recommendation in addition to your application and more than half of the students tested between 1030 and 1250 on the SAT. Secondly, about 100% of first-year, part-time students continue studying the next year, and 1% of classes have 40 to 99 students. Related to your checkbook, be aware that Baldwin Wallace students spend $1,814 on school books and supplies per year and Baldwin Wallace offers a program that guarantees your tuition will remain the same during your enrollment. Our higher education specialists rated Baldwin Wallace an 8 out of 10 for its student housing and its academics rating on School Authority is 8.49. On the subject of the campus experience, there are 10 men's varsity sports offered, including football, lacrosse, and tennis. Finally, the highest-earning 1/4th of graduates take home $62,000 or more, six years after graduation and on average, its students graduate with $7,271 per year of debts.
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