Fort Wayne, IN
2101 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Purdue University Fort Wayne is a public university in Fort Wayne, IN. The acceptance rate is 97%, making it almost obtainable by anybody. On our best colleges list, it ranks #876 in America. It is a middle sized institution with full-time enrollment of 5,617 students. Purdue Fort Wayne provides 64 different majors across seven disciplines. The most common picks are Business, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Nursing, with 10% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Business. 10% and 9% of students study Liberal Arts and Humanities and Nursing, respectively. Its music program is ranked 4th in Indiana. In addition, Purdue Fort Wayne is 3rd in IN according to our best colleges with higher acceptance rates list. For those located in Indiana, full price tuition is $8,159 a year; out-of-state applicants, however, must cough up $19,590 per year. It is worth mentioning that slightly fewer than nine tenths Purdue Fort Wayne undergraduates get some financial aid. 40% of Purdue University Fort Wayne students conclude their schooling with a degree and begin the next stage of their lives: work. On average, alumni take home a yearly income of $30,800 two years after school. After 4 more years on the job, the graduate's median yearly salary grows 18.5% to $36,500; however, that is still 9% less than the national median earnings. Some of you might want to be aware that 86% of students applying submit their SAT scores. In addition, it has a teacher certification program. Related to your bank account, be aware that the average aid awarded per year is $7,612 and the average amount of institutional grant aid awarded is $3,671. When rating its student accommodations, Purdue Fort Wayne received a 9.53 and our college experts rated Purdue Fort Wayne a 9.01 out of 10 for its location. In terms of campus life, Purdue Fort Wayne provides on campus housing. Finally, six years after receiving their diplomas, the bottom quartile of graduates earn $51,600 or more and two years after graduation, 92% of alums have jobs.
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