New York, NY
3009 Broadway, New York, NY 10027
Barnard College is a private, all female, liberal art college in New York, NY. It is a esteemed college, ranking 34th in the country, with very competitive admissions, accepting only 14% of applicants. It has a smaller sized student body with full-time enrollment of 2,388 undergraduate students. Barnard's most commonly in-demand major is a Bachelor's in Economics, which amounts to 12% of the student body. Other frequent picks include Research and Experimental Psychology, which accounts for 11% of students, and English (9%). Its global studies program is ranked 6th in the United States, and its public policy program ranks first in New York. Also, Barnard comes in 1st in NY for best liberal arts colleges and best women's colleges. For New York-based applicants, sticker price tuition is $58,871 per year. Out-of-state students, however, have to dish out $53,264 a year. That being said, 49% of Barnard undergrads obtain some financial aid. 93% of Barnard College students conclude their schooling with a diploma, expecting to land their dream jobs. Two years after receiving their degrees, graduates make a median yearly salary of $47,900. After an additional four years in the job market, their median wage rises 20.9% to $57,900, which is 44.4% north of the national median salary for individuals. Applicants might want to be aware that it is required that you include your high school transcript on your application and the majority of students got between 1330 and 1500 on the SAT. Also, the average amount of research funding Barnard receives per student is $2,028. On the subject of your cash flow, be aware that the average tuition for people from households earning between $76k and $110k a year is $21,830. For its dorms, Barnard received a 7.98 and its campus food rating on School Authority is 8. On the subject of life on campus, 92% of students at Barnard live on campus. Lastly, only 1% of graduates fail to repay their student debt and the lowest-earning quarter of graduates make a starting salary of $28,400 or less.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Research and Experimental Psychology
Political Science and Government
Neuroscience and Neurobiology