Administration Building, Athens, GA 30602
University of Georgia is a public university in Athens, GA. It is a respected university, ranked 73rd in America, with a middle-level acceptance rate of 49%. It is a very big institution with 28,499 full-time undergrads enrolled. Georgia's most regularly chosen major is a Bachelor's degree in Finance, which is comprised of 6% of students. Additional popular selections include Psychology, which accounts for 5% of students, and Biology (5%). It ranks third in the US for its agricultural sciences program, and first in Georgia for its physical therapy, health professions, and art programs. Furthermore, Georgia ranked 1st in GA for best colleges for middle income students. At full freight, tuition costs $12,421 a year, if you're applying from Georgia but $31,924 if you're not residing in Georgia. Before you rule out applying because of the price, keep in mind that about 95% of Georgia undergrads get some monetary support. 85% of University of Georgia students graduate, moving into the employment market prepared to make some money. The median alumnus makes $39,900 two years after finishing their studies. After four additional years working, the graduate's average yearly salary grows 26.6% to $50,500, which is 25.9% over the national median wage for individuals. Applying students may like to be aware that you are required to take the SAT or ACT in order to apply and its students commonly scored between 27 and 34 on the English section of the ACT. Furthermore, 100% of courses are small, with 20 to 39 students. Concerning your personal finances, be aware that the average cost of housing is $6,344 each year. Concerning demographics, 73% of professors are white and 88% of the student body are from Georgia. With respect to the student experience, 30% of female undergrads at Georgia are involved in Greek life. To wrap things up, six years after completing their studies, 10% of Georgia alumni are not employed and seldom do alumni fail to repay their student loans.
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