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Four or more years

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Degree-granting

Degree-Granting Status
Price2009 - 201320092010201120122013
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Total Tuition and Fees

Published tuition and fees for the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

140401494015660153000
$14,040
$14,940
$15,660
$15,300
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Average Net Price

Average net price for full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates who received grant or scholarship aid from federal, state or local governments, or the institution. Other sources of grant aid are excluded. Aid received anytime during the full academic year is included. Data for public institutions are based on in-district or in-state tuition rates. Data from IPEDS.

191642174423843226990
00000
$19,164
$21,744
$23,843
$22,699
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Average Net Price for Low-Income Students

Average net price for full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduates from families with an annual income between $0 and $30,000 who received grant or scholarship aid from federal, state or local governments, or the institution. Other sources of grant aid are excluded. Aid received anytime during the full academic year is included. Data for public institutions are based on in-district or in-state tuition rates. Data from IPEDS.

190832070323271209270
00000
$19,083
$20,703
$23,271
$20,927
Federal Financing2009 - 201320092010201120122013
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Subsidized Stafford Loan Disbursements - Direct Loan

Total disbursements of Subsidized Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education for graduate and undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. Loans are "subsidized" because they do not accrue interest while the student is enrolled in school. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

03857562193144151727067510490645
00000
$3,857,562
$19,314,415
$17,270,675
$10,490,645
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Subsidized Stafford Loan Recipients - Direct Loan

Number of recipients of Subsidized Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Subsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education for graduate and undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. Loans are "subsidized" because they do not accrue interest while the student is enrolled in school. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

01341507845663472
00000
1,341
5,078
4,566
3,472
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Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Disbursements - Direct Loan

Total disbursements of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education available to students at participating schools. Undergraduate and graduate students may qualify for loans regardless of financial need. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Prior to fiscal year 2013, Unsubsidized Stafford loan data include Unsubsidized Stafford loans for both graduate and undergraduate students; thereafter, the data include only undergraduate borrowers. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

05651860268959302315070614332832
00000
$5,651,860
$26,895,930
$23,150,706
$14,332,832
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Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Recipients - Direct Loan

Number of recipients of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education and are available to graduate and undergraduate students at participating schools. Undergraduate and graduate student may qualify for loans regardless of financial need. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Prior to fiscal year 2013, Unsubsidized Stafford loan data include Unsubsidized Stafford loans for both graduate and undergraduate students; thereafter, the data include only undergraduate borrowers. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

01320500444803467
1,320
5,004
4,480
3,467
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Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loan Disbursements - Direct Loan

Total disbursements of Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education available to graduate students at participating schools. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Prior to fiscal year 2013, Graduate Stafford loans are included in the data for all Unsubsidized Stafford loans. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

00001306364
00000
$1,306,364
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Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loan Recipients - Direct Loan

Number of recipients of Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loans through direct lending. Direct Unsubsidized Graduate Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education for graduate students at participating schools. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Prior to fiscal year 2013, Graduate Stafford loans are included in the data for all Unsubsidized Stafford loans. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

000095
00000
95
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Parent PLUS Loan Disbursements - Direct Loan

Total disbursements of Parent PLUS Loans through direct lending. Parent PLUS Direct Loans are available to parents of dependent undergraduate students attending school at least half-time to help pay their child's education expenses. To qualify parents must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible parents borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

0521801523195741624491990877
00000
$521,801
$5,231,957
$4,162,449
$1,990,877
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Parent PLUS Loan Recipients - Direct Loan

Number of recipients of Parent PLUS Loans through direct lending. Parent PLUS Direct Loans are available to parents of dependent undergraduate students attending school at least half-time to help pay their child's education expenses. To qualify parents must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible parents borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

057377320174
00000
57
377
320
174
About
Grad PLUS Loan Disbursements - Direct Loan

Total disbursements of Grad PLUS Loans through direct lending. Grad PLUS Direct Loans are available to graduate and professional degree students attending school at least half-time to help pay education expenses. Recipients must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

00007610
00000
$7,610
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Grad PLUS Loan Recipients - Direct Loan

Number of recipients of Grad PLUS Loans through direct lending. Grad PLUS Direct Loans are available to graduate and professional degree students attending school at least half-time. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Recipients must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible students borrow from the U.S. Department of Education via a school's financial aid office. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

00001
00000
1
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Subsidized Stafford Loan Disbursements - Guaranteed Loan

Total disbursements of Subsidized Stafford Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Guaranteed Subsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education for graduate and undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. Loans are "subsidized" because they do not accrue interest while the student is enrolled in school. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

61295539781587000
00000
$6,129,553
$9,781,587
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Subsidized Stafford Loan Recipients - Guaranteed Loan

Number of recipients of Subsidized Stafford Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Guaranteed Subsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education for graduate and undergraduate students with demonstrated financial need. Loans are "subsidized" because they do not accrue interest while the student is enrolled in school. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

17342792000
00000
1,734
2,792
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Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Disbursements - Guaranteed Loan

Total disbursements of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Guaranteed Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education available to students at participating schools. Undergraduate and graduate students may qualify for loans regardless of financial need. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

896250014208265000
00000
$8,962,500
$14,208,265
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Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Recipients - Guaranteed Loan

Number of recipients of Unsubsidized Stafford Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Guaranteed Unsubsidized Stafford Loans are low-interest loans to help cover the cost of higher education available to students at participating schools. Undergraduate and graduate students may qualify for loans regardless of financial need. Borrowers are subject to annual and aggregate loan limits. Eligible students borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

17622830000
00000
1,762
2,830
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Parent PLUS Loan Disbursements - Guaranteed Loan

Total disbursements of Parent PLUS Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Parent PLUS Guaranteed Loans are available to parents of dependent undergraduate students attending school at least half-time to help pay their child's education expenses. To qualify parents must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible parents borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

20150331993175000
00000
$2,015,033
$1,993,175
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Parent PLUS Loan Recipients - Guaranteed Loan

Number of recipients of Parent PLUS Loans through guaranteed lending. Guaranteed loans are also called Federal Family Education Loans, or FFEL. Parent PLUS Guaranteed Loans are available to parents of dependent undergraduate students attending school at least half-time to help pay their child's education expenses. To qualify parents must pass a credit check. Loan amounts are available for the full cost of attendance. Eligible parents borrow from private financial institutions via a school's financial aid office. A 2010 law ended the Guaranteed Loan program, so no new guaranteed loans are being made. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

155167000
00000
155
167
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Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Disbursements

Total disbursements of federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (federal and institutional match combined). Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are federal grants provided to institutions of higher education by formula and are awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need. Institutions must match 25% of federal funds. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

144783127664242700436873597639
00000
$144,783
$127,664
$242,700
$436,873
$597,639
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Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant Recipients

Number of recipients of federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants. Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are federal grants provided to institutions of higher education by formula and are awarded to undergraduate students with exceptional financial need. Institutions must match 25% of federal funds. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

199144334566426
00000
199
144
334
566
426
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Pell Grant Disbursements

Total disbursements of Pell Grants. The federal Pell Grant program provides grants to undergraduate students with financial need to help pay for education expenses. The amount each student receives depends on financial need, costs of attendance, full-time or part-time status, and plans to attend school for a full academic year or less. The maximum grant a student can receive is set in law each year. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

2308336760565213505832119831169876075
00000
$2,308,336
$7,605,652
$13,505,832
$11,983,116
$9,876,075
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Pell Grant Recipients

Number of Pell Grant recipients. The federal Pell Grant program provides grants to undergraduate students with financial need to help pay for education expenses. The amount each student receives depends on financial need, costs of attendance, full-time or part-time status, and plans to attend school for a full academic year or less. The maximum grant a student can receive is set in law each year. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

11322801434040753264
00000
1,132
2,801
4,340
4,075
3,264
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Academic Competitiveness Grant Disbursements

Total disbursements of Academic Competitiveness Grants. Academic Competitiveness Grants are available to students who receive federal Pell Grants. They are available to students in their first or second year of undergraduate studies who have completed rigorous secondary school programs of study, including advanced or honors programs and/or other advanced coursework. The student must also maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

11209194412999600
00000
$11,209
$19,441
$29,996
About
Academic Competitiveness Grant Recipients

Number of recipients of Academic Competitiveness Grants. Academic Competitiveness Grants are available to students who receive federal Pell Grants. They are available to students in their first or second year of undergraduate studies who have completed rigorous secondary school programs of study, including advanced or honors programs and/or other advanced coursework. The student must also maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

16334700
00000
16
33
47
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National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant Disbursements

Total disbursements of National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grants. National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grants are available during the third and fourth years of undergraduate study to students who receive federal Pell Grants and are majoring in sciences, mathematics, technology, engineering or a critical foreign language. The student must also maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 in course work required for the major. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

666910667999600
00000
$6,669
$10,667
$9,996
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National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant Recipients

Number of recipients of National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grants. National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent (SMART) Grants are available during the third and fourth years of undergraduate study to students who receive federal Pell Grants and are majoring in sciences, mathematics, technology, engineering or a critical foreign language. The student must also maintain a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 in course work required for the major. Data from the Federal Student Aid Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

45500
00000
4
5
5
About
Percent of Revenue from Federal Student Aid (90/10 Rule)

Percentage of an institution's revenues attributable to federal student aid under Title IV of the Higher Education Act (Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, etc.). Information applies only to for-profit/proprietary institutions. To participate in federal student aid programs proprietary institutions must derive at least 10% of school revenue from sources other than federal student aid, such as tuition and fees charged to students. This requirement is called the 90/10 rule. Data reflects financial statements submitted by the institution to the U.S. Department of Education and covers the institution's fiscal year ending between July 1st and June 30th of the year shown. For example, the 2009 data reflect institutions with fiscal years that ended between July 1st, 2008 and June 30th, 2009. Data from the U.S. Department of Education.

0.7160000210.7360.6400
00000
72%
74%
64%
Demographics2009 - 201320092010201120122013
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Total Enrollment

Total number of students enrolled for credit in undergraduate or graduate programs in fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

1,220
1,220
1,448
1,157
About
Total Full Time Enrollment

Total number of students enrolled for full-time credit in fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

480
480
505
456
About
Total Part Time Enrollment

Total number of students enrolled for part-time credit in fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

740
740
943
701
About
Total Graduate Enrollment
State average

Total number of students enrolled for post-baccalaureate credit in fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

28060500
11090711858511712400
28
110,907
118,585
60
117,124
50
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are Female

Percent of student body that is female in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.7099999790.710.710.680
0.5920.5980.59900
71%
59%
71%
60%
71%
60%
68%
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are White

Percent of student body that identifies as White, non-Hispanic in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.6899999980.690.750.770
0.7070.6760.66800
69%
71%
69%
68%
75%
67%
77%
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are African American

Percent of student body that identifies as African American in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.0599999990.060.050.040
0.10380.1160.12200
6%
10%
6%
12%
5%
12%
4%
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are Hispanic

Percent of student body that identifies as Hispanic in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.0299999990.030.040.050
0.0250.0330.03600
3%
3%
3%
3%
4%
4%
5%
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are Asian

Percent of student body that identifies as Asian in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.0350.070.050.050
0.0420.0390.0400
4%
4%
7%
4%
5%
4%
5%
About
Percent of Total Enrolled Students that are American Indian

Percent of student body that identifies as American Indian or Native American in the fall of the academic year. Data from IPEDS.

0.010.010.010.010
0.0110.0090.00900
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
1%
Outcomes2009 - 201320092010201120122013
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Total Graduation Rate
State average

Graduation rate of first-time, full-time degree or certificate-seeking students for those that completed within 150% of normal time. Data and definition from IPEDS.

0.3100000020.250.490.30
0.480.480.4600
31%
48%
25%
48%
49%
46%
30%
About
Four-year Graduation Rate for Bachelor's Degrees

4-year graduation rate of the subcohort of full-time, first-time students seeking a bachelor's or equivalent degree at 4-year institutions. This rate is calculated as the total number of students completing a bachelor degree or equivalent within 4-years (100% of normal time) divided by the revised bachelor subcohort minus any allowable exclusions. Data and definition from IPEDS.

0.2500.330.130
0.330.370.3500
25%
33%
37%
33%
35%
13%
About
Full-time Retention Rate

The full-time retention rate is the percent of the (fall full-time cohort from the prior year minus exclusions from the fall full-time cohort) that re-enrolled at the institution as either full- or part-time in the current year. Data and definition from IPEDS.

0.8999999760.40.380.40
00000
90%
40%
38%
40%
About
Federal Loan Two-Year Cohort Default Rate

U.S. Department of Education cohort default rate. The rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment on federal student loans during the stated federal fiscal year and default within two years after entering repayment. A default occurs when a borrower fails to make payments on his or her loan for 270 days. A school may not participate in most federal student aid programs if its two-year cohort default rates exceed 25% for 3 consecutive years or if its current cohort default rate exceeds 40%. Does not include Perkins Loans. Data from the Default Management and Prevention Office at the U.S. Department of Education.

0.0810.1030.09400
00000
8.1%
10.3%
9.4%
About
Federal Loan Three-Year Cohort Default Rate

U.S. Department of Education three-year cohort default rate. Years before fiscal year 2009 are trial three-year cohort default rates. The rate is the percentage of a school's borrowers who enter repayment on federal student loans during the stated federal fiscal year and default within three years after entering repayment. A default occurs when a borrower fails to make payments on his or her loan for 270 days. A school may not participate in most federal student aid programs if its three-year cohort default rates exceed 30% for 3 consecutive years or if its current cohort default rate exceeds 40%. However, the three-year cohort default rates will not be enforced until the 2011 data are available. Does not include Perkins Loans. Data from the Federal Student Aid Data Center at the U.S. Department of Education.

0.1270.175000
00000
12.7%
17.5%
About
Cumulative Federal Loan Repayment Rate

The estimated cumulative four-year federal student loan repayment rate is the percentage of the total original outstanding principal balance of all federal loans for students who attended a school, whether they completed a program or not, that is paid in full or repaid enough to reduce the outstanding principal balance on the loan during each year. It is calculated based on all federal loans belonging to all former students who attended the institution and entered repayment status on those federal student loans in the four prior fiscal years ending in the year shown, except those who entered repayment during the last six months of the most recent year. Borrowers using in-school and military deferments are excluded from the repayment rate calculation. The repayment rate will be used to enforce the U.S. Department of Education's "gainful employment" regulations with respect to a for-profit/proprietary institution's eligibility to participate in federal student aid programs. According to that regulation, institutions with repayment rates below 35 percent are in jeopardy of losing federal aid eligibility. Estimates from the U.S. Department of Education.

0.4339999860000
00000
43.4%
Financial Aid Use2009 - 201320092010201120122013
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Average Total Aid Received

Average amount of grant aid received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student (grants/educational assistance funds) for those who received grant aid in the year shown. Includes any Federal, State and local government grants and institutional grants. Data from IPEDS.

39715361651063210
00000
$3,971
$5,361
$6,510
$6,321
About
Average Total Federal Aid Received
State average

Average amount of federal grants (grants/educational assistance funds) received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student for those who received federal grant aid in the year shown. Data from IPEDS.

33874241480249050
40154465456000
$3,387
$4,015
$4,241
$4,465
$4,802
$4,560
$4,905
About
Percent of Students Receiving Federal Aid

Percentage of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received federal grants (grants/educational assistance funds). Data from IPEDS.

0.3300000130.710.699999990.640
0.32050.520.5800
33%
32%
71%
52%
70%
58%
64%
About
Average Pell Grant Received

Average amount of Pell grant aid received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student for those who received Pell Grants in the year shown. Data from IPEDS.

30154122455846490
00000
$3,015
$4,122
$4,558
$4,649
About
Percent of Students Receiving Pell Grants

Percentage of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received Pell grants. Data from IPEDS.

0.3300000130.710.70.640
00000
33%
71%
70%
64%
About
Average State and Local Aid Received

Average amount of state/local grants (grants/scholarships/waivers) received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student for those who received state or local grant aid in the year shown. Data from IPEDS.

23171736144513150
00000
$2,317
$1,736
$1,445
$1,315
About
Percent of Students Receiving State and Local Aid

Percentage of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received state/local grants (grants/scholarships/waivers). Data from IPEDS.

0.490000010.590.390.280
0.3560.470.4300
49%
36%
59%
47%
39%
43%
28%
About
Average Federal Loan Volume Received

Average amount of federal loan aid received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student who took out federal loans in the year shown. Data from IPEDS.

105828617827689150
00000
$10,582
$8,617
$8,276
$8,915
About
Percent of Students Receiving Federal Loans

Percentage of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received Federal loans. Data from IPEDS.

0.9300000070.910.950.860
00000
93%
91%
95%
86%
About
Average Other Loan Volume Received

Average amount of other, non-federal loan aid received per full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate student who took out other loans in the year shown. Data from IPEDS.

50894717452254020
00000
$5,089
$4,717
$4,522
$5,402
About
Percent of Students Receiving Other Loans

Percentage of full-time, first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who received any non-federal loans. Data from IPEDS.

0.3499999940.50.420.470
00000
35%
50%
42%
47%