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Brown University (RI): Merit Aid, Financial Aid Data, Offer Data & More

Private10,257 StudentsIn State: $77,490/yrOut of state: $77,490/yr

Brown University offers 0% of incoming freshmen merit aid. The average merit aid award is $10,000. Brown University is a private college located in Providence, Rhode Island. Its student population is 10,257. It is a four-year, medium, highly residential campus. It has an acceptance rate of 8%. Brown University 4 year graduation rate is 86% .


Merit Aid Stats For Brown University


FRESHMAN W/O NEED, RECEIVING MERIT AID

$10,000

AVG. MERIT AID AWARD

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% of freshman
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$6,296

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Admission Data


  • Admission rate 8%
  • Avg. high school GPA NA
  • Avg. ACT 33.5
  • Avg. SAT 1485
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Brown University Offers

Colleges with Similar Merit Aid Award Percentages and Award Amounts


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Merit
Match
Brown University $77,490 0% $10,000 8%
University Of North Carolina At Chapel Hill $51,410 4% $10,812 23%
Middlebury College $74,248 1% $10,000 17%
Colleges with similar merit aid awards levels and amounts

Colleges in New England Region with similar merit aid awards levels


Name
Cost
Received Merit
Aid
Avg Merit
Aid
Acceptance
Rate
Brown University $77,490 0% $10,000 8%
Salve Regina University $61,260 n/a * n/a * 76%
Northeastern University Professional Advancement Network n/a * n/a * n/a * 0%
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology $73,160 n/a * na 7%
Lasell College $56,500 n/a * n/a * 80%
Husson University $32,863 n/a * n/a * 83%
Bennington College $77,075 n/a * n/a * 57%
Emerson College $71,682 n/a * n/a * 36%
Western Connecticut State University $36,268 n/a * n/a * 79%
Franklin Pierce University $55,166 n/a * n/a * 66%
Anna Maria College $52,490 n/a * na 74%
College Of Our Lady Of The Elms n/a * n/a * n/a * 67%
Eastern Connecticut State University $40,647 n/a * n/a * 66%
Middlebury College $74,248 1% $10,000 17%
American International College $54,150 n/a * n/a * 68%
Sacred Heart University $62,880 n/a * n/a * 60%
University Of Saint Joseph $53,735 n/a * n/a * 72%
University Of Bridgeport $59,178 n/a * n/a * 57%
Dean College $13,193 n/a * n/a * 83%
Mount Ida College n/a * n/a * n/a * 0%
Saint Joseph's College Of Maine $52,230 n/a * n/a * 84%
Colleges in New England 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
Brown University 8 $127,600
Princeton University 5 $139,400
Yale University 6 $138,300
United States Air Force Academy 11 $138,100
Carnegie Mellon University 17 $136,100
University Of Pennsylvania 8 $133,900
Duke University 9 $132,100
University Of California Berkeley 15 $131,800
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
Brown University 8 $77,490
Vanderbilt University 10 $73,148
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology 7 $73,160
Colorado College 15 $73,600
Claremont Mckenna College 9 $73,775
Bowdoin College 10 $73,800
Harvard University 5 $73,800
Colby College 13 $74,100
University Of Southern California 13 $74,111
Middlebury College 17 $74,248
Carnegie Mellon University 17 $74,491
California Institute Of Technology 7 $74,763
Pomona College 8 $75,080
Johns Hopkins University 11 $75,198
Cornell University 11 $75,243
Stanford University 4 $75,470
Williams College 13 $75,520
Wesleyan University 17 $75,693
Pitzer College 13 $75,850
Tulane University Of Louisiana 17 $75,884
Tufts University 15 $76,200
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
Brown University 8 86%
Georgetown University 15 90%
Amherst College 13 90%
United States Naval Academy 9 90%
Colby College 13 89%
Princeton University 5 89%
Swarthmore College 9 89%
Pomona College 8 89%
Washington University In St Louis 15 88%
Duke University 9 88%
University Of Chicago 7 88%
Columbia University In The City Of New York 6 88%
Dartmouth College 9 88%
Barnard College 14 87%
Johns Hopkins University 11 87%
Tufts University 15 87%
Yale University 6 87%
Williams College 13 86%
Collegeamerica Phoenix n/a * 86%
Vanderbilt University 10 86%
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
Brown University 0% $10,000
Middlebury College 1% $10,000
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