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Search Results: Programs in Actuarial Science

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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 Central Oklahoma

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment13,724 students
    (14,156 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    69%
  • Tuition$4,223 (In-State) $10,652 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $3,180
  •   

Florida State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment38,717 students
    (29,869 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    47%
  • Tuition$3,987 (In-State) $18,432 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,170
  •   

Maryville University of Saint Louis

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment3,522 students
    (2,898 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    54%
  • Tuition$20,200 (In-State) $20,200 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $9,395
  •   

Lindenwood University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment10,253 students
    (6,332 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    40%
  • Tuition$12,980 (In-State) $12,980 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $7,580
  •   

Georgia State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment28,182 students
    (20,825 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    53%
  • Tuition$6,056 (In-State) $20,624 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $6,518
  •   

University of Nebraska-Lincoln

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment23,573 students
    (18,526 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    63%
  • Tuition$6,584 (In-State) $17,204 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $6,158
  •   

Drake University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment4,753 students
    (3,516 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    69%
  • Tuition$24,892 (In-State) $24,892 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $13,254
  •   

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
  •   

Bradley University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment5,873 students
    (5,075 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    64%
  • Tuition$22,814 (In-State) $22,814 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $11,032
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