1401 E University, Tucson, AZ 85721
University of Arizona is a public university located on an amazing campus in Tucson, AZ. It is a relatively well-rated college, ranked one hundred and sixtieth in the nation, with an acceptance rate of 84%. It has a very large student body with 27,858 full-time undergrads enrolled. Arizona's most frequently selected major is a Bachelor's degree in Psychology, which is chosen by 6% of students. Alternative frequent picks include Liberal Arts and Humanities, which accounts for 5% of students, and Physiology and Pathology (4%). It has a highly renowned protective services program, ranking 8th in the USA. It also has the #1 math and foreign languages programs Arizona. What's more, Arizona places 1st in AZ on our best greek life, best college athletics, and best college food lists. At full price, tuition runs $10,317 a year for applicants with residences in Arizona. Otherwise, tuition can cost up to $32,575. Before you decide against applying due to the price, keep in mind that more than nine out of ten Arizona undergrads procure at least some scholarship or grant funding. 63% of University of Arizona undergraduates make it through to commencement day and start the next phase of their lives: professional life. On average, alumni make an annual income of $36,900 two years after receiving their diplomas. After an additional four years on the job, their average yearly earnings rises 28.2% to $47,300, which is 18% greater than the national median salary. Applying students might also want to be conscious of the fact that the SAT or ACT is considered but not required in order to apply. Additionally, 7% of available classes are big, with 100 or more students, and 15% of available classes have 40 to 99 students. Relating to your savings account, be aware that the average tuition for students from households with an income of $76k to $110k a year is $20,855 and the average cost of housing is $7,927 each year. With regard for demographics, 1% of students are Native American and 2% of professors are African-American. With regard to the campus experience, 19% of Arizona undergrads live in on-campus housing. Finally, one in four graduates make $71,700 or more, six years after graduation and 7% of alumni miss payments on their student loans.
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Students Recieving Financial Aid
Liberal Arts and Humanities
Physiology and Pathology