2199 S. University Blvd, Denver, CO 80208
University of Denver is a private university in Denver, CO. It is an esteemed but less competitive college, ranking one hundred and twenty-fifth in the country but accepting 56% of all applicants. It has an above average sized student body with 5,219 full-time undergrads in attendance. University of Denver's most popular major is a Bachelor's degree in Finance, which is elected by 10% of students. Additional desired options include Psychology, which accounts for 10% of students, and International Relations (8%). Its accounting, communications, criminal justice, design and foreign languages programs are all ranked #1 in Colorado. Furthermore, University of Denver ranks 2nd in Colorado on our best student life, top party schools, and best greek life lists. At full sticker price, in-state tuition goes for $53,083 a year, but for students from elsewhere, tuition goes for $48,028. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, you should know that almost nine tenths University of Denver undergrads obtain some scholarship or grant funding. 76% of University of Denver students graduate college, anticipating to find their dream jobs. The median alumnus takes home an income of $44,500 two years after receiving their degrees. After another four years of experience, the alumni's median annual salary climbs 27% to $56,500, which is 40.9% more than the national median earnings. Applicants may also like to hear that college prep courses are recommended to apply. Secondly, it offers evening degree programs, and 10% of courses have 40 to 99 students. With respect to finances, be aware that 85% of undergraduates obtain aid directly from University of Denver and 18% of undergraduates obtain Pell grants to subsidize their tuition costs. Its student accommodations rating on School Authority is 8.24 and when rating its level of diversity, University of Denver received a 9.79 out of 10. Apropos of the campus experience, 23% of male students are in a fraternity. Lastly, 9% of alumni are unemployed two years after college and on average, University of Denver students graduate with debts of $8,929 per year.
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