313 S Locust St, Greencastle, IN 46135
DePauw University is a private, liberal art university located in Greencastle, IN. It is a well-rated college, currently ranked one hundred and forty-second in America, and has an acceptance rate of 63%. It has a small student body with 2,270 full-time undergrads in attendance. 13% of its graduates get a Bachelor's degree in Economics. Other routinely desired academe include Professional and Technical Writing, Computer Science, and Biology, but there are 44 different offerings to choose from. If you are hoping to get a degree in art while living in Indiana, it is an excellent option for you, because its art program is the first best in the state. What's more, it is 1st in Indiana for best liberal arts colleges. At full price, tuition costs $52,791 a year, if you're applying from Indiana. If you are not residing in Indiana, tuition could be as much as $47,764. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, know that every undergrad gets financial aid. 84% of DePauw University undergraduates proudly walk on graduation day, fresh and awaiting to land a stimulating job. On average, graduates make a yearly income of $40,400 two years after college. After four additional years of work experience, their average annual wage rises 33.7% to $54,000, which is 34.7% over the national median income. Applicants might want to be aware that its students generally scored between 560 and 660 on the reading section of the SAT and the majority of accepted scored between 560 and 680 on the math section of the SAT. Also, it does not have a teacher certification program. Relating to costs, be aware that 23% of undergraduates obtain federal grants to subsidize their education and students awarded state grants receive $6,360 in financial aid on average. With respect to demographics, African American undergrads make up 5% of the student body and Asian-Americans make up 12% of the faculty. With respect to student life, it has 10 women's varsity teams, including Soccer, Softball, and Basketball. Finally, one fourth of graduates take home a minimum starting salary of $55,500 and six years after college, 25% of graduates make $37,100 or less.
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Professional and Technical Writing
Political Science and Government