70 Wyllys Avenue, Middletown, CT 06459
Wesleyan University is a private, liberal art university located in Middletown, CT. It is a respected college, ranking 56th in the United States and has an acceptance rate of 17%. It is a small institution with 2,751 full-time students enrolled. Wesleyan's most regularly chosen major is a Bachelor's degree in Economics, which makes up 11% of students. Alternative commonly decided focuses include Psychology, which accounts for 8% of students, and English (8%). If you want to get a degree in global studies, Wesleyan is an excellent choice for you, because its global studies program is ranked number eight in the nation. Furthermore, Wesleyan University placed 1st in Connecticut for best liberal arts colleges. For students not receiving aid, in-state tuition goes for $57,691 a year, but for students based elsewhere, tuition is $52,196. That being said, less than 1/2 of Wesleyan students procure some scholarship or grant funding. 88% of Wesleyan University undergraduates hang in there to commencement day and begin the next phase of their lives: their careers. Two years after school, graduates take home a median annual wage of $42,100. After 4 more years in the job market, their median yearly income climbs 29.9% to $54,700, which is 36.4% greater than the national median wage. Those of you applying might also like to be aware that most accepted tested between 660 and 740 on the math component of the SAT and your high school transcript is required to apply. What's more, 74% of the courses offered have only 2 to 19 students, and 20% of courses have 20 to 39 students. Relating to your pocketbook, be aware that if your household has a yearly income of $76k to $110k, you can expect to pay about $19,846 for tuition each year and for households with an income of over $110k, the average cost of tuition is $41,420 each year. Respecting demographics, 5% of undergraduates are multiracial and the student body is made up of 13% international students. With regard for student life, Wesleyan offers 12 women's varsity teams, including Basketball, Squash, and Softball. In closing, seldom do alumni default on their student loans and on average, its students graduate with $5,536 per year of debts.
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Political Science and Government
Film and Video Studies
Liberal Arts and Humanities