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University of Virginia

Charlottesville, VA

1827 University Avenue, Charlottesville, VA 22903

http://www.virginia.edu

University of Virginia is a public university located on an impressive campus in Charlottesville, VA. It is a esteemed college, ranking 27th in the US, with quite selective admissions, accepting only 26% of applicants. It has a bigger student body with full-time enrollment of 16,554 undergraduates. UVA's most frequently preferred major is a Bachelor's degree in Liberal Arts and Humanities, which accounts for 19% of students. Additional frequent options include Economics, which accounts for 8% of students, and Business (7%). If you would like to get a degree in physical therapy, UVA is an excellent choice for you, because its physical therapy program ranks 6th best in the US. In addition, University of Virginia placed 1st in VA for best student athletes, top party schools, best college athletics, and best college locations. For Virginia-based students, tuition is $16,770. Applicants located in other states must cough up $46,580. That being said, three out of five UVA undergrads procure financial support. 95% of University of Virginia students conclude their college education with a degree, green and awaiting to find a challenging profession. On average, alumni make an annual income of $50,300 a couple years after graduation. After 4 more years working, their average income climbs 21.7% to $61,200, which is 52.6% beyond the national median earnings. Applicants might also like to know that more than 1/2 of the students achieved scores between 28 and 34 on the math section of the ACT and it is recommended that you include your high school GPA when sending in your application. Secondly, undergraduates may take a semester abroad. With regard for your wallet, be aware that the average amount of state grant aid awarded is $12,953. Relating to demographics, the faculty is comprised of 62% male professors and the student body is comprised of 12% Asian American students. Respecting student life, 28% of UVA's female students are in a sorority. To conclude, the average UVA student graduates with $7,098 per year of debt and one out of four graduates receive a starting salary of $31,000 or less.

Ratings

10.00

Party Scene

8.97

Location

8.24

Dorms

7.52

Campus Food

10

Student Life

8.50

Safety

Admissions

26%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1330-1500

ACT Score

30-34

Application Deadline:
January 1
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http://www.virginia.edu/apply
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Cost

Net Price:

$17,845/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$21,865/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

59%

Academics

Professor Rating

10.00


15:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

94%

Evening Degree Programs

No

Student Faculty Ratio

15:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Liberal Arts and Humanities

1016

Economics

399

Business

345

Biology

332

International Relations

271

Psychology

255

English

187

History

167

Value

In State Tuition
$17,653/year
Out of State Tuition
$49,032/year