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Yale University

New Haven, CT

38 Hillhouse Ave, New Haven, CT 06511

http://admissions.yale.edu

Yale University is one of the most highly respected universities in the world, ranking third overall in the US. It is located on a stunning campus in New Haven, CT, and only admits 6% of applicants. It has a medium-sized student body with full-time enrollment of 5,455 undergrads. 12% of its graduates get a Bachelor's degree in Economics. Additional favored options include Political Science and Government, Cellular Biology, and Liberal Arts and Humanities, but there are 57 focuses to choose from. Its history, global studies, and anthropology programs are all ranked #1 in America. Additionally, Yale University placed 1st in Connecticut for top private universities. At sticker price, tuition is $52,725 annually. That being said, just above 3 out of 5 students procure monetary support. 96% of Yale University students wind up their education with a diploma in hand, equipped to begin the next phase of their lives: full-time employment. On average, alumni earn an annual salary of $56,600 two years after receiving their diplomas. After four additional years in the job market, the alumni's median yearly wage grows 47% to $83,200, which is higher than double the national median for individuals. Many of you may want to hear that it does not have early decision and ACT scores are submitted by 51% of applicants. Additionally, it does not offer evening degree programs. Concerning your pocketbook, be aware that the average tuition for people from households with an income of over $110k a year is around $37,122 and students awarded institutional grants receive $45,468 in aid on average. When rating its academics, it received a 10 out of 10 and our college specialists rated it a 7.52 out of 10 for its safety. Regarding life on campus, it has a salmagundi of clubs and activities, like film society, television station, and student government. To wrap things up, two years after completing their studies, 93% of alumni are gainfully employed and one in four graduates take home a starting salary of $32,400 or less.

Ratings

9.46

Party Scene

9.79

Location

9.46

Dorms

9.21

Campus Food

9.46

Student Life

7.52

Safety

Admissions

6%

Acceptance

SAT Score

1460-1570

ACT Score

33-35

Application Deadline:
January 2
See application website Application Website:
https://admissions.yale.edu/instructions
Early Action Deadline:
November 1

Cost

Net Price:

$18,748/year

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Average Aid Awarded

$52,542/year

Students Recieving Financial Aid

60%

Academics

Professor Rating

9.46


6:1

Student Faculty Ratio
Graduation Rate

97%

Evening Degree Programs

No

Student Faculty Ratio

6:1

Majors

Most Popular Majors

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Graduates by Major


Economics

178

History

151

Political Science and Government

147

Cellular Biology

91

English

73

Liberal Arts and Humanities

73

Information Science

65

Psychology

61

Value

In State Tuition
$55,500/year
Out of State Tuition
$55,500/year