One Prospect Street, Providence, RI 02912
Brown University is one of the most highly respected universities in the world, ranked 8th overall in the nation. It is located on a gorgeous campus in Providence, RI, with fiercely competitive admissions. It is a middle sized university with 6,332 full-time students enrolled. Brown's most regularly selected major is a Bachelor's in Computer Science, which makes up 9% of the student body. Other regularly picked fields include Economics, which accounts for 9% of students, and Biology (8%). It ranks first in the country for its english program. What's more, Brown University ranks 1st in RI according to our top private universities list. For in-state applicants, full price tuition costs $52,692 per year. Students residing outside of Rhode Island need to spend $58,239 per year. That being said, slightly more than three out of five Brown students secure some financial aid. 96% of Brown University undergraduates end up graduating and start the next chapter of their lives: full-time employment. On average, alumni go on to make an annual salary of $52,500 two years after finishing their studies. After 4 more years working, the alumni's median earnings grows 28.6% to $67,500, which is 68.3% higher than the national median salary. Those of you applying might want to hear that Brown undergrads' SAT scores generally range from 1420 to 1550 and Brown accepts the Common App. Further, students can take a semester abroad, and 19% of available classes are relatively small, with 20 to 39 students. Respecting your pocketbook, be aware that undergrads dish out around $5,827 on a meal plan each year. With respect to demographics, 15% of students at Brown come from households with a yearly salary of $49k to $75k and the student body is comprised of 53% females. With regard for the campus experience, 10% of female undergrads become sorority members. To wind things up, two years after graduating, 90% of alumni have jobs and six years after receiving their degrees, the bottom quartile of graduates make $103,100 or more.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Computational and Applied Mathematics
Political Science and Government