Santa Clara, CA
500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, CA 95053
Santa Clara University is a private, Catholic university located on an impressive campus in Santa Clara, CA. It is a respected university, currently ranked 75th in America but is slightly competitive (50% acceptance rate). It has a middle sized student body with full-time enrollment of 5,681 undergrads. Santa Clara's most regularly chosen major is a Bachelor's degree in Finance, which is chosen by 9% of the student body. Additional common options include Communications, which accounts for 9% of students, and Psychology (8%). If you want to get a degree in public health, Santa Clara is an excellent option for you, because its public health program is ranked number twelve in the United States. Additionally, Santa Clara University ranked 1st in California for best Catholic colleges. Tuition is $54,296 a year at full price. Before you decide against applying because of the cost, you should know that a smidge over three out of four Santa Clara students secure some grant or scholarship funding. 90% of Santa Clara University students graduate college, fresh and hoping to find a fulfilling job. Two years after university, graduates make a median annual wage of $61,100. After 4 more years in the job market, the alumni's average yearly income increases 18.8% to $72,600, which is 81% greater than the national median wage. Those of you applying might want to be conscious of the fact that you are required to take the SAT or ACT before applying and you are required to take college prep courses in order to apply. Also, on average, it receives around $689 in research funding per student, and it offers a study abroad program. Related to finances, be aware that the average tuition for people from households with an income of $49k to $75k a year is $28,120 and students awarded federal grants receive $4,796 in financial aid on average. With regard to demographics, the student body is made up of 7% mixed race undergrads and the faculty is comprised of 16% Asian-Americans. Regarding student life, Santa Clara offers on campus housing. In closing, on average, its students graduate with $6,304 per year of debts and six years after completing their studies, one fourth of graduates make $108,800 or more.
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