194 South Prospect St, Burlington, VT 05401
University of Vermont is a public university located in Burlington, VT. It is a well-rated institution, currently ranked two hundred and twenty-fifth in the country, but accepts 68% of applicants. It is a medium-sized institution with 9,875 full-time undergrads enrolled. University of Vermont has 81 different majors across six academic disciplines. The most frequent options are Business, Environmental Science, and Psychology, with 9% of graduates receiving a Bachelor's degree in Business. 7% and 6% of students study Environmental Science and Psychology, respectively. Its medical assistant technology, agricultural sciences, health professions, chemistry and religious studies programs are all ranked number one in Vermont. Also, University of Vermont ranked 1st in VT on our top party schools and best greek life lists. At sticker price, tuition is $15,139 a year, if your residence is in Vermont. Otherwise, tuition can run you up to $37,164. None the less, 98% of undergrads obtain some financial aid. 75% of University of Vermont undergraduates graduate, young and ready to join the job market. A couple years after finishing their studies, graduates earn a median salary of $37,100. After an additional four years working, the graduate's median annual income climbs 27.5% to $47,300, which is 18% on top of the national median salary. Many of you might like to be aware that college prep courses are required to apply. Further, the retention rate for part-time students is 74%. With regard for finances, be aware that if your household earns between $30k and $48k, you can expect to spend in the neighborhood of $13,349 for tuition. Its campus food rating on School Authority is 8.76 and when rating its academics, it received an 8.97. On the subject of student life, on-campus housing is offered. To conclude, six years after completing their studies, one out of four graduates rake in $68,100 or more and two years after completing their studies, 94% of graduates are employed.
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