San Diego, CA
3900 Lomaland Dr, San Diego, CA 92106
Point Loma Nazarene University is a private, Christian university in San Diego, CA. It is a well-rated institution, ranked two hundred and nineteenth in the USA, with not that selective admissions, accepting 69% of applicants. It has a small sized student body with full-time enrollment of 2,442 students. Point Loma Nazarene has 59 different majors across seven academic disciplines. The most common choices are Nursing, Psychology, and Sociology, which combined account for 36% of students. It ranks first in California for both its education and health professions programs. In addition, Point Loma Nazarene placed 2nd in CA for best college locations. For California residents, full price tuition costs $37,485; non-California students, however, need to lay out $33,915. Before you decide not to apply due to the price, keep in mind that over 9/10ths of Point Loma Nazarene undergrads procure some scholarship or grant funding. 76% of Point Loma Nazarene University students complete their schooling with a degree, green and anticipating to land a high paying profession. The average alumnus takes home a salary of $40,800 two years after receiving their diplomas. After 4 more years of work experience, their median yearly income rises 24.8% to $50,900, which is 26.9% north of the national median income. Applying students may want to hear that roughly three fourths of applicants submit their SAT scores. Secondly, Point Loma Nazarene offers evening degree programs, and the average amount of research funding Point Loma Nazarene receives per student is $131. With respect to your wallet, be aware that the average amount of aid awarded through state grants is $8,522. Our higher education experts rated Point Loma Nazarene an 8.5 for its on-campus food and Point Loma Nazarene's diversity rating on School Authority is 8.97. With regard to campus life, meal plans are available for undergraduates. Lastly, 8% of alumni are out of work two years after graduating and seldom do alumni miss payments on their student loans.
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