110 8th St, Troy, NY 12180
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is a private college in Troy, NY. It is a well-respected but modestly competitive institution, ranking 53rd in the US but accepting 43% of applicants. It is an above average sized institution with full-time enrollment of 5,890 students. RPI students can choose from 35 potential majors across five academic disciplines. The most desired options are Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and Chemical Engineering, with 15% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Computer Science. 13% and 8% of students study Mechanical Engineering and Chemical Engineering, respectively. It has highly acclaimed information technology and engineering technology programs, both ranking second in the USA. It also has both the #1 engineering technology and information technology programs New York. Additionally, RPI comes in 2nd in NY on our highest paid graduates list. At full sticker price, tuition goes for $56,574. Before you discount applying because of the price, be aware that roughly 4 out of 5 RPI undergraduates secure at least some financial support. 87% of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students roll with punches to graduation day and enter the following act in their lives: work. On average, graduates make an annual income of $66,100 two years after school. After 4 more years in the labor force, their average yearly income grows 24.1% to $82,000, which is 2.04 times the national median income. You may also like to be conscious of the fact that roughly 7 in 10 perspective students submit the SAT. Secondly, 27% of courses have 20 to 39 students, and 8% of first-time students do not continue their studies the following year. With regard for your wallet, be aware that for households with an income of $76k to $110k, the average cost of tuition is $32,290 per year. When rating its diversity, RPI received a 9.79 and when grading its party scene, RPI received an 8.49 out of 10. Concerning campus life, RPI has 9 women's varsity teams, such as Swimming and Diving, All Track Combined, and Tennis. To wind things up, one fourth of graduates rake in a starting salary of $81,800 or higher and six years after completing their studies, 1/4th of graduates take home $58,300 or less.
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