888 Columbia Ave, Claremont, CA 91711
Claremont McKenna College is a private, liberal art college located in Claremont, CA. It is a very notable college, ranking 41st in the United States, and it has an exceptionally low acceptance rate of 9%. It has a smaller sized student body with 1,270 full-time students in attendance. 26% of graduates get a Bachelor's in Economics. Additional in-demand choices include Research and Experimental Psychology, International Relations, and Liberal Arts and Humanities, but there are 30 different focuses to choose from. It ranks 9th in the US for its philosophy program which is the #1 philosophy program in California. Furthermore, Claremont McKenna placed 2nd in CA for best liberal arts colleges. Tuition costs $51,684 per year at full price. That being said, 56% of Claremont McKenna undergrads are awarded at least some monetary aid. 92% of Claremont McKenna College students stick it out to commencement day, wide-eyed and awaiting to find an exciting job. A couple years after receiving their degrees, graduates take home an average income of $55,900. After 4 more years on the job, their median yearly wage grows 30.4% to $72,900, which is 81.8% north of the national median. Applicants may also want to be aware that 6,272 people applied last year. Furthermore, 3% of courses have 40 to 99 students. With regard to your checkbook, be aware that for households earning between $76k and $110k, the average tuition cost after scholarships and aid is $30,128 annually and the average tuition for students from households earning between $30k and $48k a year is roughly $9,472. Concerning demographics, 8% of undergraduates at Claremont McKenna come from households with an annual income between $75k and $110k and Asian American undergraduates make up 12% of the undergraduate population. Apropos of student life, the average cost of a meal plan at Claremont McKenna is $7,329 a year. To conclude, six years after receiving their degrees, 87% of alumni have jobs and the lowest-earning quarter of graduates make $41,300 or less six years after graduation.
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Political Science and Government
Research and Experimental Psychology
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Neuroscience and Neurobiology