New Orleans, LA
6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118
Tulane University is a private university located in New Orleans, LA. It is a well-regarded institution, currently ranked 68th in the US, with immensely selective admissions (17% acceptance rate). It has an above average sized student body with full-time enrollment of 6,380 undergraduates. Tulane provides 63 potential majors across seven academic disciplines. The most frequently decided majors are Finance, Business, and Marketing, which when consolidated are chosen by 22% of the student body. If you would like to major in health professions, Tulane is the perfect school for you, because its health professions program ranks second best in the nation. Also, Tulane University ranks 1st in LA according to our best early action colleges, best test optional colleges, and best colleges that accept the common app lists. At sticker price, tuition costs $52,079 a year for Louisiana residents. Otherwise, tuition can cost as much as $57,561. Before you rule out applying due to the cost, be conscious that practically four in five Tulane undergraduates get some scholarship or grant funding. 86% of Tulane University students graduate, wide-eyed and wanting to land that perfect profession. On average, alumni earn an annual salary of $42,800 two years after receiving their diplomas. After another four years of work experience, the alumni's median wage climbs 44.2% to $61,700, which is 53.9% higher than the national median income for individuals. Applying students may also want to know that the early decision application deadline is November 15. Secondly, it has evening degree programs, and 10% of available classes are mid-sized, with 40 to 99 students. On the subject of your pocketbook, be aware that students awarded institutional grants receive $33,686 in aid on average and the average tuition for people from households earning between $76k and $110k a year is around $30,146. Its undergraduate housing rating on School Authority is 7.98 and for its party scene, Tulane received a 9.46. In terms of the campus experience, on average, undergraduates spend $6,119 on meal plans each year. To conclude, 11% of Tulane alumni are out of work six years after college and six years after completing their studies, one quarter of graduates make $38,100 or less.
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