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Scripps College (CA): Merit Aid, Financial Aid Data, Offer Data & More

Private1,071 StudentsIn State: $76,588/yrOut of state: $76,588/yr

Scripps College offers 26% of incoming freshmen merit aid. The average merit aid award is $22,131. Scripps College is a private college located in Claremont, California. Its student population is 1,071. It is a four-year, small, highly residential campus. It has an acceptance rate of 24%. Scripps College 4 year graduation rate is 83% .


Merit Aid Stats For Scripps College


FRESHMAN W/O NEED, RECEIVING MERIT AID

$22,131

AVG. MERIT AID AWARD

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% of freshman
with need

$5,928

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Admission Data


  • Admission rate 24%
  • Avg. high school GPA 4.1
  • Avg. ACT 31.5
  • Avg. SAT 1390
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    Feb 15

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Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

Parents who completed the admissions process in 2019 submitted their offer data as presented here.


Money You Don’t Need To payMoney Your Family Needs To payFederal Student Loans (Government)Work Study
Expected Family Contribution
State of Residence
Unweighted GPA
Composite SAT
Composite ACT
Admission
Type
College Estimated Cost of Attendance
College Grants & Scholarships (NOT BASED on financial need)
Is this money automatically renewable?
College Grants & Scholarships (BASED on financial need)
Net Cost to your family (before loans & work study)
Subsidized
Unsubsidized
Amount you can earn
Above $60000 WA 3.99 0 35 Regular Decision $72060 $0 $0 $72060 $5500 $0 $0
Above $60000 MD 3.9 0 33 Early Decision 1 $75000 $0 $0 $75000 $0 $0 $0
Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

Colleges with Similar Merit Aid Award Percentages and Award Amounts


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Merit
Match
Scripps College $76,588 26% $22,131 24%
Colleges with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges in Far West Region with similar merit aid awards levels


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Scripps College $76,588 26% $22,131 24%
University Of California Santa Cruz $46,410 26% $6,492 47%
California State University Chico $34,568 23% $2,182 65%
California State University Fresno $33,296 28% $3,085 58%
Humboldt State University $36,692 23% $650 77%
University Of Washington Tacoma Campus $54,297 27% $3,478 86%
University Of Alaska Southeast $28,604 23% $1,404 63%
California State University Stanislaus $34,662 26% $4,086 86%
Colleges in Far West Region with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years


Name
Acceptance
Rate
10 Year
Salary
Scripps College 24 $98,600
Skidmore College 27 $99,700
University Of Miami 32 $99,600
Smith College 31 $98,200
Colorado College 15 $97,900
Jefferson College Of Health Sciences 30 $97,600
Grinnell College 24 $96,500
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and median earnings of alumni after 10 years

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance


College
Acceptance
Rate
Attendance
Cost
Scripps College 24 $76,588
Case Western Reserve University 29 $69,638
University Of Richmond 30 $69,750
Grinnell College 24 $70,346
University Of Miami 32 $70,906
California Institute Of The Arts 23 $71,240
Lehigh University 22 $71,465
Lafayette College 29 $72,266
Emory University 19 $72,604
Rhode Island School Of Design 24 $72,780
Hamilton College 21 $72,890
Villanova University 29 $73,124
Babson College 24 $73,178
Northeastern University 19 $73,236
Bates College 18 $73,538
Colorado College 15 $73,600
Washington And Lee University 21 $73,900
Skidmore College 27 $74,140
University Of Notre Dame 18 $74,193
Middlebury College 17 $74,248
Carleton College 20 $74,276
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and cost of attendance

Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates


Name
Acceptance
Rate
4 year
graduation
Scripps College 24 83%
Tufts University 15 87%
Villanova University 29 87%
Haverford College 19 87%
Middlebury College 17 86%
Bucknell University 33 86%
Lafayette College 29 86%
Wesleyan University 17 85%
Vassar College 25 85%
Wake Forest University 29 84%
University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill 23 84%
Skidmore College 27 84%
Grinnell College 24 84%
Brandeis University 31 83%
University Of Richmond 30 83%
Smith College 31 82%
Colorado College 15 82%
New York University 20 82%
Emory University 19 82%
Wellesley College 20 81%
Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates

Comparing merit aid in colleges with similar acceptance rates.


Name
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Scripps College 26% $22,131
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