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Ferris State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment13,532 students
    (12,250 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    55%
  • Tuition$9,000 (In-State) $15,900 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,205
  •   

University of Idaho

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment11,791 students
    (9,241 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    78%
  • Tuition$4,632 (In-State) $14,712 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $3,843
  •   

Columbus State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment8,020 students
    (6,838 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    60%
  • Tuition$3,552 (In-State) $12,184 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,353
  •   

Mount Aloysius College

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment1,587 students
    (1,594 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    74%
  • Tuition$16,580 (In-State) $16,580 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $8,152
  •   

Murray State College

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    2-year
  • Total Enrollment2,219 students
    (2,379 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$3,004 (In-State) $6,664 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,800
  •   

University of Massachusetts-Lowell

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment11,931 students
    (9,706 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    71%
  • Tuition$9,006 (In-State) $21,028 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,959
  •   

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment7,942 students
    (6,733 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    75%
  • Tuition$7,099 (In-State) $15,229 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $4,986
  •   

Southeastern University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment3,075 students
    (2,867 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$14,470 (In-State) $14,470 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,936
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