Salt Lake City, UT
201 Presidents Circle, Room 201, Salt Lake City, UT 84112
University of Utah is a public university in Salt Lake City, UT. It is a distinguished college, ranked one hundred and twenty-first in the nation, with a higher than average acceptance rate of 67%. It is a bigger sized institution with 18,969 full-time undergrads enrolled. Utah has 79 majors across six disciplines. The most frequently chosen focuses are Communications, Psychology, and Economics, with 7% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's in Communications. 6% and 5% of students study Psychology and Economics, respectively. It has high quality chemistry, architecture, public policy and international relations programs, all ranking first in Utah. Additionally, Utah comes in 1st in Utah on our best early action schools list. For applicants raised in Utah, sticker price tuition is $9,683 per year. Non-Utah residents need to shell out $27,754 a year. Before you decide against applying due to the price, keep in mind that over 80% of Utah undergrads secure some grant or scholarship funding. 71% of University of Utah students end up graduating and start the subsequent period in their lives: professional life. On average, alumni go on to make an annual salary of $40,800 a couple years after graduation. After another four years of work experience, the graduate's median salary climbs 29.9% to $53,000, which is 32.2% higher than the national median wage. Many of you might also like to be aware that 83% of applicants submit their ACT scores and you are considered but not required to take college prep courses before applying. Secondly, Utah offers a teacher certification program, and 39% of classes have only 2 to 19 students. In terms of your savings account, be aware that Utah students awarded Pell grants receive $4,563 in financial aid on average. For its on-campus food, Utah received an 8.49 and when grading its undergraduate housing, Utah received an 8.5. Regarding the student experience, 7% of male undergrads are in a fraternity. To conclude, the highest-earning quarter of graduates make a starting salary of at least $60,900 and the average student graduates with debt of $9,726 per year.
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