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Gallaudet University is a private university located in Washington, DC. Admission is not notably selective, as the acceptance rate is 57%. We've ranked it #409 in the country on our best colleges list. It has a smaller student body with full-time enrollment of 1,020 undergraduates. 13% of Gallaudet's graduates are awarded a Bachelor's degree in Sign Language. Additional frequently desired options include Psychology, Social Work and Youth Services, and Political Science and Government, but there are 23 available options to choose from. If you would like to get a degree in public policy or information technology while living in The District of Columbia, Gallaudet is an excellent school for you, because it is ranked first in the state for both these programs. What's more, Gallaudet ranks 1st in DC for best colleges for middle income students. For students not receiving aid, in-state tuition goes for $17,889 a year, but if your residence is elsewhere, tuition goes for $16,186. Before you decide against applying because of the price, be cognizant that approximately 95% of Gallaudet undergrads obtain some financial aid. 46% of Gallaudet University students hang in there to commencement day, shifting into the workforce equipped to make a salary. A couple years after graduation, graduates make an average yearly salary of $21,900. After another four years on the job, their average wage climbs 41.6% to $31,000; however, that is still 22.7% south of the national median earnings. Applicants might want to be conscious of the fact that Gallaudet doesn't have early decision and the application fee is $50. Regarding expenses, be aware that 96% of undergraduates are awarded institutional scholarships to subsidize their studies and the average financial aid given to Gallaudet's undergrads is $23,593. Gallaudet's student life rating on School Authority is 9.01 and Gallaudet's value rating on School Authority is 8. With regard for the campus experience, 5% of Gallaudet's female students are involved in Greek life. In closing, one in four graduates make $49,400 or more, six years after receiving their degrees and the average Gallaudet student graduates with debt of $5,713 per year.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Social Work and Youth Services
Political Science and Government
Minority and Ethnic Studies
Visual and Performing Arts