1500 Peachtree St, Jackson, MS 39202
Belhaven University is a private, Christian university in Jackson, MS. Admission is not notably competitive, as the acceptance rate is 52%. It ranks #529 in the country on our favorite colleges list. It has a small student body with 1,310 full-time students in attendance. Belhaven's most preferred major is a Bachelor's in Business, which makes up 26% of students. Alternative frequently preferred focuses include Psychology, which accounts for 8% of students, and Healthcare Management (7%). It ranks 17th in America for its health care management program, and first in Mississippi for its theater, religious studies, and english programs. Furthermore, Belhaven University placed 1st in Mississippi on our best college dorms list. For students paying full freight, tuition costs $24,035 a year. Before you decide not to apply due to the cost, you should know that each Belhaven undergraduate gets financial support. 48% of Belhaven University students end up graduating, fresh and ready to hit the labor market. On average, alumni make a yearly income of $31,700 a couple years after graduating. After another four years in the labor force, the graduate's median yearly wage grows 17.7% to $37,300; however, that is still 7% lower than the national median earnings for individuals. Applicants may like to hear that last year, Belhaven received 1,961 applications. Furthermore, 61% of part-time students don't re-enroll the following year. Regarding your cash flow, be aware that the average Belhaven undergrad receives $16,508 in aid and scholarships and on average, after taking financial aid into consideration, you can expect to pay around $17,797 per year. When rating its academics, Belhaven received an 8.24 and overall, Belhaven received an 8.76 out of 10. With regard for student life, freshmen can choose to live off campus. In closing, on average, its students graduate with $6,914 per year of debts and two years after college, 91% of Belhaven's graduates are employed.
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