University Park, PA
201 Old Main, University Park, PA 16802
Penn State is a public college in University Park, PA. It is a well-respected but slightly less selective college, ranking 87th in the nation but admitting 56% of all applicants. It has a very large student body with 37,795 full-time undergrads enrolled. Penn State's most commonly preferred major is a Bachelor's degree in Information Science, which represents 7% of the student body. Other favored selections include Biology, which accounts for 5% of students, and Economics (5%). It has a top tier veterinary studies program, ranking third in the United States. It also has the #1 criminal justice, agricultural sciences, and sports management programs Pennsylvania. Additionally, Penn State ranks 1st in Pennsylvania on our best student life and top party schools lists. For students based in Pennsylvania, sticker price tuition runs $19,376 a year. Applicants residing out-of-state need to shell out $33,115. Before you decide against applying because of cost constraints, be cognizant that two out of three Penn State undergraduates get at least some grant or scholarship funding. 86% of Penn State undergraduates roll with punches to commencement day, hoping to find their dream jobs. The average graduate takes home an income of $40,100 two years after school. After 4 more years of experience, the alumni's average annual income rises 24.9% to $50,100, which is 24.9% higher than the national median income. Some of you may like to be conscious of the fact that the majority of students scored between 25 and 33 on the English segment of the ACT. Additionally, 8% of available classes have 100 students or more. Relating to your cash flow, be aware that Penn State offers a tuition guarantee plan, which insures that your tuition will not increase during your enrollment and the average tuition for people from households with an income of over $110k a year is around $33,145. Penn State's professor rating on School Authority is 10 and Penn State's campus food rating on School Authority is 9.79. With respect to the campus experience, 18% of male students are in a fraternity. To conclude, six years after graduation, 1/4 of graduates rake in $73,900 or more and one fourth of graduates receive a starting salary of $24,800 or less.
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