419 Boston Ave, Medford, MA 02155
Tufts University is a private university located in Medford, MA. It is an extremely distinguished college, ranking 23rd in America, with highly competitive admissions (15% acceptance rate). It is an above average sized institution with 5,757 full-time students in attendance. Tufts' most favored major is a Bachelor's degree in Economics, which represents 10% of students. Alternative regularly selected options include Biology, which accounts for 9% of students, and Computer Science (9%). Its public health program is ranked 6th in the United States, and its international relations program ranks first in Massachusetts. In addition, Tufts University places 2nd in Massachusetts for best early decision colleges, best test optional colleges, and best colleges that accept the common app. Tuition runs $53,562 a year for students not receiving aid. That being said, above 2 in 5 Tufts undergrads acquire at least some monetary support. 92% of Tufts University undergraduates walk on commencement day, awaiting to find their dream jobs. On average, graduates take home a yearly income of $51,200 two years after commencement. After another four years of work experience, the graduate's average annual earnings increases 48% to $75,800, which is 89% on top of the national median earnings. You might also like to be informed that it received 21,501 applications last year. Furthermore, 8% of classes have 40 to 99 students, and about 95% of first-year students enroll the next year. With respect to your personal finances, be aware that 11% of undergraduates obtain Pell grants and the average student spends $950 on course materials every year. Tufts' safety rating on School Authority is 8.24 and its party scene rating on School Authority is 9.01. In terms of campus life, 15% of male students are in a fraternity. To conclude, six years after college, the highest-earning 1/4 of graduates make $119,000 or more and only 3% of graduates miss payments on their student loans.
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