13 Oak Dr, Hamilton, NY 13346
Colgate University is a private, liberal art university located in Hamilton, NY. It is a highly respected and quite selective institution ranking 46th in the country and accepting only 25% of applicants. It is a small institution with full-time enrollment of 2,996 students. Colgate's most preferred major is a Bachelor's degree in Economics, which is comprised of 12% of students. Other routinely desired academe include Political Science and Government, which accounts for 7% of students, and Psychology (7%). If you would like to focus your studies on international relations, Colgate is an amazing school for you, because its international relations program is ranked number eleven in America. Also, Colgate University is the 2nd best small college in NY. For students paying full freight, tuition goes for $52,753. That being said, less than 1/2 of Colgate undergraduates get some grant or scholarship funding. 88% of Colgate University undergraduates put on the cap and gown on commencement day, prepared to enter the subsequent phase of their lives: work. The median graduate goes on to make $47,700 two years after finishing their studies. After an additional four years in the job market, their average income increases 33.3% to $63,600, which is 58.6% north of the national median salary. Those of you applying might like to hear that January 15 is the regular decision application deadline and letters of recommendation are required in order for your application to be considered. What's more, it does not offer a remote program, and it does not have evening degree programs. With respect to finances, be aware that it offers a program that guarantees your tuition will remain fixed throughout your enrollment. When grading its on-campus food, Colgate received an 8.5 and when rating its academics, Colgate received a 9.46. Relating to campus life, 34% of female students become sorority members. Finally, very few graduates fail to repay their student debt and the bottom quartile of graduates rake in $41,800 or less six years after receiving their diplomas.
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