550 E 300 S, Kaysville, UT 84037
Davis Applied Technology College is a two-year community college in Kaysville, UT. It has open to anyone admissions, as the acceptance rate is 100%. It is a very small sized institution with 544 full-time students in attendance. Davis Applied Tech offers 31 possible majors across six disciplines. The most regularly preferred options are Nursing Assistant, Esthetician and Skin Care, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), which combined account for 42% of students. Its cosmetology and pharmacy programs are both ranked number two in Utah. Additionally, Davis Applied Tech is the number one small college in Utah. 57% of Davis Applied Technology College students stick it out to graduation day and begin the subsequent phase of their lives: full-time employment. On average, alumni take home a yearly salary of $25,300 two years after college. After four additional years on the job, their average income grows 9.5% to $27,700; however, that is still 30.9% under the national median income for individuals. Applying students might want to find that Davis Applied Tech does not offer early decision. In addition, Davis Applied Tech has evening degree programs, and the student to professor ratio is 10:1. In terms of expenses, be aware that 52% of undergraduates obtain financial aid through federal grants and the average amount of Pell grant aid awarded is $3,219. Our team of researchers rated Davis Applied Tech an 8.76 for diversity and Davis Applied Tech's athletics rating on School Authority is 8.49. When it comes to campus life, Davis Applied Tech does not offer on-campus housing. Finally, six years after graduating, the bottom quartile of graduates rake in $40,600 or more and 23% of alums are unemployed six years after graduation.
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Students Recieving Financial Aid
Esthetician and Skin Care
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)
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