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Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science (NY): Merit Aid, Financial Aid Data, Offer Data & More

Private745 StudentsIn State: $45,433/yrOut of state: $45,433/yr

Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science offers 0% of incoming freshmen merit aid. The average merit aid award is n/a. Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science is a private college located in Paul Smiths, New York. Its student population is 745. It is a four-year, very small, highly residential campus. It has an acceptance rate of 86%. Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science 4 year graduation rate is 44% .


Merit Aid Stats For Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science


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Admission Data


  • Admission rate 86%
  • Avg. high school GPA n/a*
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Recent Financial Aid Offers For the 2019 Admissions Year

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Name
Acceptance
Rate
10 Year
Salary
Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science 86 $35,300
Trinity Washington University 95 $38,800
Life University 94 $35,600
Bethany Lutheran College 78 $34,800
Ave Maria University 83 $32,800
Truett Mcconnell University 93 $32,600
Mitchell College 83 $32,000
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College
Acceptance
Rate
Attendance
Cost
Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science 86 $45,433
Boise State University 81 $40,924
Franciscan University Of Steubenville 77 $40,930
University Of Mississippi 88 $40,956
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville 87 $40,966
University Of Idaho 77 $41,056
Augusta University 80 $41,058
The University Of Texas At Arlington 80 $41,220
Pennsylvania State University Penn State Hazleton 86 $41,226
Austin Peay State University 94 $41,255
Illinois State University 89 $41,282
Northern Arizona University 83 $41,530
Colorado State University Pueblo 95 $41,555
The Master's University And Seminary 77 $41,624
Grand View University 92 $41,704
Western Oregon University 84 $41,763
Pennsylvania State University Penn State Brandywine 87 $41,836
Thomas More College 90 $41,876
Towson University 79 $41,960
University Of Nebraska Lincoln 80 $41,964
Missouri University Of Science And Technology 84 $41,981
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Colleges with similar acceptance rate and similar 4 year graduation rates


Name
Acceptance
Rate
4 year
graduation
Paul Smiths College Of Arts And Science 86 44%
Moody Bible Institute 95 48%
Longwood University 89 48%
Nichols College 82 48%
Loyola University New Orleans 94 47%
University Of Northwestern St Paul 93 47%
Towson University 79 47%
Wilson College 92 47%
Oral Roberts University 81 47%
Pennsylvania State University Penn State Erie Behrend College 89 47%
Immaculata University 81 47%
Illinois State University 89 47%
Otis College Of Art And Design 94 47%
Robert Morris University 84 47%
Ave Maria University 83 46%
The College Of Saint Rose 87 46%
Benedictine College 93 46%
Queens University Of Charlotte 79 46%
The University Of Tennessee Knoxville 78 46%
University Of Detroit Mercy 83 46%
Mount Saint Mary's University 84 46%
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