Its admission rate is N/A, so N/A applicants out of 100 are accepted each year.
- Average cost of attendance , includes tuition, fees, books, supplies and living expenses:
- In-state tuition (excluding supplies and living expenses):
- Out-of-state tuition (excluding supplies and living expenses):
- Room And Board
Average net cost
|Household income||Average net price (cost minus grants and scholarships)|
This school occupies the N/Ath percentile by cost among other 4 year universities in .
This means that N/A of schools are less expensive then this one.
This school occupies the N/Ath percentile by cost among other 4 year private universities in .
This school occupies the N/Ath percentile by cost among other 4 year private universities nationally.
- Percent of undergraduate students receiving federal loans: N/A
- Percent of students receiving Pell grants: N/A
- Median federal student loan debt (excludes private loans):
Student Body - undergraduate
- Student body: N/A
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- Women: N/A
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- Black: N/A
- Hispanic: N/A
- Asian: N/A
- American Indian: N/A
- Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: N/A
- $0-$30,000: N/A
- $30,001-$48,000: N/A
- $48,001-$75,000: N/A
- $75,001-$110,000: N/A
- $110,001+: N/A
Student body by income
Below are the test scores as reported for most students. The 75th percentile is the score corresponding to the 75th percentile of students (most students had at least this score). The 25th percentile represents the lower test score that the least students (25%) have received. Thus it is better if your score is above the 75% mark, but a lower score (even below 25%) should not discourage you from applying.
|SAT Math||SAT Reading||ACT Math||ACT English||ACT Composite|
|75% (Most student's scores)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|25% (Least student's scores)||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A||N/A|