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Hocking College

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    2-year
  • Total Enrollment5,625 students
    (5,636 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$3,546 (In-State) $7,092 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $2,809
  •   

Glendale Community College

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    2-year
  • Total Enrollment15,993 students
    (16,166 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$547 (In-State) $4,891 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,012
  •   

College of the Redwoods

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    2-year
  • Total Enrollment6,176 students
    (6,737 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$624 (In-State) $7,794 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $3,256
  •   

University of Tulsa

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment3,720 students
    (3,049 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    46%
  • Tuition$24,365 (In-State) $24,365 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $14,274
  •   

The University of Texas at San Antonio

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment28,413 students
    (24,648 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    93%
  • Tuition$6,056 (In-State) $12,800 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $6,432
  •   

University of Denver

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment11,409 students
    (5,324 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    64%
  • Tuition$33,810 (In-State) $33,810 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $14,741
  •   

Mississippi State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment17,824 students
    (13,991 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    57%
  • Tuition$5,151 (In-State) $12,503 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,207
  •   

University of Central Florida

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment50,181 students
    (42,974 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    48%
  • Tuition$3,947 (In-State) $19,427 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,058
  •   

University of Connecticut

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment24,273 students
    (16,765 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    54%
  • Tuition$9,338 (In-State) $24,050 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $11,405
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