2100 S Mobberly Ave, Longview, TX 75602
LeTourneau University is a private, online, Christian university based in Longview, TX. It is a relatively well-rated college, ranking one hundred and sixty-eighth in the USA, but accepts 46% of applicants. It has a small sized student body with 1,366 full-time students enrolled. LeTourneau undergrads can choose from 50 available majors across seven academic disciplines. The most often preferred fields are Business, Elementary Education, and Mechanical Engineering, with 17% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Business. 12% and 10% of students study Elementary Education and Mechanical Engineering, respectively. Its engineering technology program is ranked 6th in the USA and first in Texas. Furthermore, LeTourneau University places 1st in Texas according to our best online colleges and best online Christian colleges lists. For students living in Texas, full price tuition is $31,720 per year. Non-state students, however, have to spend $28,699. Before you decide against applying because of the cost, know that the entire LeTourneau student body receives at least some financial support. 62% of LeTourneau University undergraduates walk on commencement day, ready to enter the subsequent chapter of their lives: professional life. On average, alumni take home a yearly salary of $42,500 two years after school. After 4 more years on the job, their average annual income rises 13.4% to $48,200, which is 20.2% more than the national median for individuals. Applying students may also want to be conscious of the fact that 52% of applicants submit their ACT scores. Further, LeTourneau has a teacher certification program, and on average, it receives around $591 in research funding per student. Regarding your bank account, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through federal grants is $4,953 and for households with an income of less than $30k, the average net cost of tuition is $20,338 per year. Concerning demographics, 24% of professors identify as female and foreign students make up 3% of the undergraduate population at LeTourneau. Regarding the campus experience, first-year undergraduates have the option to live off campus. Lastly, the lowest-earning 25% of graduates receive a starting salary of $25,600 or less and six years after graduating, one fourth of graduates take home $33,800 or less.
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