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Illinois Wesleyan University is a private, liberal art university in Bloomington, IL. It is a relatively well-rated institution, ranked one hundred and seventy-ninth in the nation, with less selective admissions, accepting 59% of applicants. It has a small student body with full-time enrollment of 1,728 students. Illinois Wesleyan has 42 different majors across six disciplines. The most routinely preferred options are Business, Psychology, and Nursing, with 11% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Business. 20% of students either study Psychology or Nursing (10% each). Its nursing program is ranked first in Illinois. What's more, Illinois Wesleyan University places 2nd in IL for best liberal arts colleges. At full price, tuition costs $45,254 a year, if your residence is in Illinois but $50,017 if you are not living in Illinois. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, be cognizant that all Illinois Wesleyan students acquire at least some scholarship or grant funding. 78% of Illinois Wesleyan University students put on the cap and gown on commencement day, young and equipped to move into the workforce. Two years after receiving their degrees, graduates make a median income of $41,600. After 4 more years working, the graduate's median wage increases 42.1% to $59,100, which is 47.4% over the national median salary. Many of you might also like to be aware that you are recommended to take college prep courses in order to submit your application and its undergraduates usually scored between 24 and 29 on the ACT. Additionally, it does not have a teacher certification program, and the retention rate for first-time students is 88%. On the subject of your savings account, be aware that undergraduates spend $3,900 on a meal plan per year. Its athletics rating on School Authority is 8.49 and Illinois Wesleyan's overall rating on School Authority is 8.97. With regard to life on campus, freshmen can live off campus. Finally, fewer than one out of twenty alumni fail to repay their student debt and the average student graduates with debt of $7,945 per year.
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