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Marshall University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment13,656 students
    (9,310 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    87%
  • Tuition$4,748 (In-State) $11,852 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,618
  •   

West Virginia University Institute of Technology

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment1,185 students
    (1,224 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    46%
  • Tuition$4,964 (In-State) $12,748 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,065
  •   

Northern Kentucky University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment15,220 students
    (13,003 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    78%
  • Tuition$6,528 (In-State) $11,952 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,206
  •   

University of Cincinnati-Main Campus

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment29,617 students
    (20,914 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    75%
  • Tuition$9,399 (In-State) $23,922 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $6,648
  •   

Indiana University-Bloomington

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment40,354 students
    (31,626 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    71%
  • Tuition$8,231 (In-State) $24,769 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $6,751
  •   

Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment30,300 students
    (21,423 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    70%
  • Tuition$7,191 (In-State) $20,578 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,682
  •   

Indiana University-Kokomo

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment2,690 students
    (2,540 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    82%
  • Tuition$5,590 (In-State) $13,753 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,032
  •   

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment42,858 students
    (31,417 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    69%
  • Tuition$12,106 (In-State) $25,890 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $9,056
  •   

West Virginia University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment28,730 students
    (21,930 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    35%
  • Tuition$5,100 (In-State) $15,770 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,228
  •   

Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment12,338 students
    (11,578 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    96%
  • Tuition$5,936 (In-State) $13,990 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,271
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