1 E Jackson Blvd, Chicago, IL 60604
DePaul University is a private, Catholic university in Chicago, IL. It is a relatively well-rated college, ranked two hundred and thirty-first in the nation, with an acceptance rate of 68%. It has a bigger student body with full-time enrollment of 12,241 students. 9% of graduates get a Bachelor's in Liberal Arts and Humanities. Alternative regularly in-demand majors include Public Relations, Finance, and Psychology, but there are 80 different focuses to choose from. If you are hoping to major in information technology, DePaul is the perfect school for you, because its information technology program ranks 8th best in the nation. What's more, DePaul University places 2nd in IL on our best college locations list. For Illinois residents, full price tuition costs $37,976. Non-Illinois residents must lay out $41,973 per year. Before you rule out applying due to cost constraints, keep in mind that about all DePaul students get scholarship or grant funding. 71% of DePaul University undergraduates walk on graduation day, all set to move into the employment market. The average alumnus earns $42,100 two years after school. After an additional four years in the job market, the alumni's median yearly wage climbs 26.6% to $53,300, which is 32.9% above the national median earnings. Applicants might like to be conscious of the fact that one in five prospective students submit their SAT scores and its students' scores on the ACT most often range from 22 to 27. In addition, DePaul has a teacher certification program, and the student to faculty ratio is 16:1. On the subject of your personal finances, be aware that the average tuition for students from households earning between $49k and $75k a year is $26,887. DePaul's academics rating on School Authority is 9.01 and its campus safety rating on School Authority is 8.76. When it comes to the student experience, 74% of first-year undergraduates live in on-campus housing. To conclude, six years after receiving their diplomas, the lowest-earning quarter of graduates earn $32,800 or less and the average student graduates with debt of $6,475 per year.
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