1049 University Drive, Duluth, MN 55812
University of Minnesota Duluth is a public university in Duluth, MN. We've ranked it #373 in the US on our all-around top colleges list, and admission is not competitive, not that competitive, as the acceptance rate is 74%. It is a medium-sized university with full-time enrollment of 8,460 undergrads. University of Minnesota Duluth's most regularly chosen major is a Bachelor's in Psychology, which is chosen by 6% of the student body. Alternative regularly in-demand options include Marketing, which accounts for 6% of students, and Mechanical Engineering (6%). Its engineering program is ranked second in Minnesota. What's more, It places 2nd in Minnesota for best athletics. At full freight, tuition is $14,364 a year, if you live in Minnesota. If you aren't from Minnesota, tuition can cost you up to $19,824. Before you rule out applying due to the cost, be aware that a touch less than nine out of ten undergraduates acquire at least some financial aid. 58% of University of Minnesota Duluth undergraduates stroll across the stage on graduation day, ready to start their vocational journey. Two years after receiving their degrees, graduates make an average annual salary of $38,500. After another four years of experience, the graduate's average income grows 22.6% to $47,200, which is 17.7% on top of the national median salary. Those of you applying might also like to find that practically no applicants submit the SAT. Furthermore, about 28% of first-year, part-time students continue studying the following year. In terms of your checkbook, be aware that 22% of undergrads procure federal grant aid and the average amount of Pell grant aid awarded is $4,550. With regard for demographics, out-of-state students make up 12% of the student body and the faculty is comprised of 12% Asian-Americans. Regarding student life, it offers a potpourri of music clubs including Jazz Band, Music Ensembles, and Choral Groups. To conclude, scarcely do graduates default on their student loans and the lowest-earning quartile of graduates earn $33,400 or less six years after completing their studies.
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