1030 North Columbia Avenue, Claremont, CA 91711
Scripps College is a private, all female, liberal art college located on a gorgeous campus in Claremont, CA. It is a respected institution, currently ranked 99th in the country, and admission is pretty competitive, with an acceptance rate of 24% acceptance rate. It has a smaller sized student body with 1,113 full-time undergrads enrolled. Scripps offers 43 potential majors across four disciplines. The most highly demanded selections are Biology, Psychology, and Political Science and Government, with 15% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Biology. 8% of students both study Psychology and Political Science or Government, independently. If you are planning on studying global studies, Scripps is an excellent option for you, because its global studies program ranks 14th best in America. Additionally, Scripps placed 1st in CA according to our best women's colleges list. For applicants located in California, full price tuition goes for $57,546 per year. Non-California residents must spend $52,065. It is worth mentioning that around 2/3 of Scripps students acquire monetary support. 89% of Scripps College students graduate, equipped to hit the employment market. Two years after receiving their degrees, graduates make a median annual income of $40,500. After an additional four years of experience, the graduate's median yearly income rises 33.6% to $54,100, which is 34.9% beyond the national median salary for individuals. Applicants may want to know that you are required to take the SAT or ACT to apply and the deadline to apply is January 4. In addition, 1% of classes have 40 to 99 students, and 1% of courses have 100 or more students. Concerning expenses, be aware that the average tuition for people from households with an income of over $110k a year is around $48,977 and 11% of students get state grant aid. With regard to demographics, 10% of undergrads at Scripps are from households with an income less than $30k and 8% of students at Scripps come from a household with an income between $30k and $48k. Relating to life on campus, at Scripps College, students can join many music clubs like Symphony Orchestra or Choral Groups. Finally, six years after receiving their diplomas, one fourth of graduates rake in $75,400 or more and the lowest-earning quartile of graduates receive a starting salary of $20,900 or less.
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