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University of Delaware is a public university in Newark, DE. It is a relatively well-rated college, ranking one hundred and twenty-seventh in America. Admission is accessible to most (66% acceptance rate). It has a large student body with full-time enrollment of 17,285 undergraduates. UD has 104 unique majors across eight academic disciplines. The most often selected principal courses of study are Finance, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Marketing, with 7% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Finance. 5% of students both study Liberal Arts and Humanities or Marketing, independently. If you hope to get a degree in veterinary studies, UD is an amazing school for you, because its veterinary studies program ranks 5th in America. Additionally, UD places 1st in DE on our best colleges and hardest colleges to get into lists. For students paying full freight, in-state tuition costs $14,364 a year, but for students living outside of Delaware, tuition costs $36,025. Before you rule out applying because of cost constraints, be conscious that 85% UD undergrads get at least some scholarship or grant funding. 82% of University of Delaware students graduate, moving into the job market ready to make a salary. On average, alumni make a yearly income of $46,700 a couple years after graduation. After 4 more years of work experience, the graduate's median wage increases 22.1% to $57,000, which is 42.1% higher than the national median income. Applying students might also want to be conscious of the fact that it is recommended that you include your high school rank on your application. What's more, 8% of first-time students don't return to school the next year. On the subject of finances, be aware that UD offers a tuition guarantee plan, insuring that your tuition will remain the same during your enrollment. Concerning demographics, 30% of students come from households with an income of $110k or more and the faculty is comprised of 56% male professors. Respecting student life, 16% of male students at UD are involved in Greek life. To wind things up, six years after graduating, the lowest-earning 1/4th of graduates make $39,400 or less and seldom do alumni fail to repay their student debt.
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