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UnitIDInstitution NameCItyState ZIP code (Tableau)RegionWebsitePublic/PrivateType (Doctoral University, Masters University, Liberal Arts College)Location Type Size of University Total Students% Undergraduate Total Ugrad International StudentsInternationalityInternationality (Category)SelectivityUS News RankOut-of-state tuition and fees 2016-17Total price for out-of-state students living on campus 2016-17 Total Freshman LATESTIntl Degree Seeking 1st year students LATESTInt'l Degree Seeking Enrollment LATESTFinancial Aid PolicyNumber of Enrolled Intl Degree-Seeking UG Students Who Received Aid LATESTAvg. Award for Intl DegreeSeeking UG Receiving Aid LATESTTotal Financial Aid Awarded to Intl Degree-Seeking UG Students LATEST% of Total Intl Students Awarded Financial Aid% of Tuition Covered by aid% of Total Cost Covered by AidAvg. Total Cost for Intl students who recieve aid% of Intls Receiving Aid% Tution CoveredSuccess: 6-year Graduation rateSuccess: 6-year Graduation rate (Category)Diversity (economic): Pell %Economic Diversity (PELL)Diversity (racial): % URMRacial Diversity (URM)% Male (ugrad)% Female (ugrad)Gender BalanceNonresident alien total (ugrad)% of International Students (ugrad)
Internationality
Total Bachelors DegreesBiological SciencesBiological Sciences (% of degrees)Biological Sciences (Size)Biology, GeneralBiochemistryZoology/Animal BiologyZoology/Animal Biology (Has Major)NeuroscienceNeuroscience (Has Major)Physical SciencesPhysical Sciences (% of degrees)Physical Sciences (Size)Astronomy and AstrophysicsAstronomy and Astrophysics (Type)Atmospheric Sciences and MeteorologyAtmospheric Sciences and Meteorology (Type)ChemistryGeosciencesPhysicsMathematics and StatisticsMathematics and Statistics (% of degrees)Mathematics and Statistics (Size)Computer & Information SciencesComputer & Information Sciences (% of degrees)Computer & Information Sciences (Type)Computer Software and Media ApplicationsComputer Software and Media Applications (Type)EngineeringEngineering (% of degrees)Engineering (Type)Social Science & PsychologySocial Science & Psychology (% of degrees)Social Science & Psychology (Type)PsychologySocial SciencesAnthropologyArcheologyCriminologyGeographyIR & National SecurityPolitical Science & GovernmentSociologyHomeland Security & Law EnforcementHomeland Security & Law Enforcement (% of degrees)Social WorkSocial Work (% of degrees)Public Administration and Social ServicesPublic Administration and Social Services (% of degrees)CommunicationCommunication (% of degrees)Humanities (% of degrees)HumanitiesHumanities (Type)English
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203128Hiram CollegeHiramOH44234Midwest
WWW.HIRAM.EDU
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)112298%272%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
149$33,040$46,29735NNBN/AN/A#VALUE!No dataNo dataNo dataNo dataNo dataNo data63%
Almost there (60-69%)
47%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
252%
Few international students (0-2% international)
2793813.62%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
292
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
7Has Major82.87%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program6231.08%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
41.43%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
3713.26%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1522770.00%0.00%0.00%103.58%5.38%15
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
6
3
126775Colorado School of MinesGoldenCO80401
Rocky Mountains
www.mines.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)605476%3377%
Large international population (6-10%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
75$36,172$51,01497739278NNB0$0$00%0%0%$51,014
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
76%
High (over 70%)
10%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
72%28%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
3187%
Large international population (6-10%)
9660.00%No Biological Sciences majorsNo Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
222.28%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program22323.31%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
535.49%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program85087.99%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
90.93%Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)90.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0No Humanities Majors
4
190983Elmira CollegeElmiraNY14901Mid Eastwww.elmira.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)137694%665%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
174$41,900$55,05063NB & NNBN/AN/A#VALUE!No dataNo dataNo dataNo dataNo dataNo data58%
Around Average (45-59%)
35%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
9%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
30%70%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
655%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
319206.27%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
20No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
92.82%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program920.63%Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
4714.73%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
281936154.70%0.00%134.08%0.00%6.90%22
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
7
5
219347
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
Rapid CitySD57701Plainswww.sdsmt.eduPublicRegional University- WestSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)323089%703%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
RNP$15,320$29,040No data$0No data0%0%$29,040No dataNo data53%
Around Average (45-59%)
20%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
12%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
78%22%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
903%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
341102.93%Small biology major (2-5% of majors)No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
277.92%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1012561.76%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
308.80%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program25875.66%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0No Humanities Majors
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156295Berea CollegeBereaKY40404Southeast
https://www.berea.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1643100%1318%
Large international population (6-10%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
60$25,470$35,042120NB136$31,737$4,316,232113%125%91%$3,305
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
62%
Almost there (60-69%)
91%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
29%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1278%
Large international population (6-10%)
312154.81%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
8No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
103.21%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program8261.92%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
175.45%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
299.29%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1217340.00%0.00%0.00%227.05%17.31%54
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
23
7
175856Jackson State UniversityJacksonMS39217Southeastwww.jsums.eduPublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)980276%1712%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$17,614$33,422129218116NNB100$28,806$2,880,60086%164%86%$4,616
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
43%
Low (Below 45%)
70%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
93%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
37%63%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
1492%
Few international students (0-2% international)
98411311.48%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
113No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
181.83%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program3Has Program102360.61%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
191.93%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program353.56%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
878.84%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
50371717596.00%868.74%868.74%343.46%3.96%39
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
28
8
168342Williams CollegeWilliamstownMA01267New England
www.williams.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)217198%1818%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
1$51,790$68,430162NB98$60,944$5,972,51260%118%89%$7,486
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
95%
High (over 70%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
26%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1758%
Large international population (6-10%)
5365510.26%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
55No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
6311.75%
Very Large Physical Sciences Majors (10-17% of degrees)
3Has ProgramNo Program45114366.72%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
346.34%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
17432.46%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
2714732540.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%22.01%118
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
36
9
168421Worcester Polytechnic InstituteWorcesterMA01609New Englandwww.wpi.eduPrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)657365%54012%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
61$46,994$62,930483NB & NNB436$21,342$9,305,11290%45%34%$41,588
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
85%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
67%33%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
53813%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
908647.05%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
3724No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
192.09%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program811303.30%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
11512.67%
Large CS Majors (10-20% of degrees)
40Has Program63269.60%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
20.22%
Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
20.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.11%1Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
10
195526Skidmore College
Saratoga Springs
NY12866Mid East
www.skidmore.edu/
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSuburb (Small/Medium City)Small (1000-4000 students)2642100%27410%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
38$50,834$67,000279NB & NNB82$60,975$4,999,95029%120%91%$6,025
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
87%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
39%61%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
26010%
Large international population (6-10%)
6176210.05%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
20
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
13Has Major355.67%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program16712182.92%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
132.11%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
17428.20%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
5611821933200.00%101.62%101.62%0.00%16.53%102
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
49
11
230834Castleton UniversityCastletonVT05735New England
www.castleton.edu
PublicLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)224687%532%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
128$26,722$39,1143NNB3$30,983$92,949100%116%79%$8,131
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
48%
Around Average (45-59%)
36%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
7%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
503%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
382123.14%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
62No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
82.09%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program26133.40%Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
5213.61%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2923312153.93%174.45%174.45%194.97%6.54%25
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
5
12
186867Stevens Institute of TechnologyHobokenNJ07030Mid East
www.stevens.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)635947%1354%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
69$48,838$64,988144No data$00%0%0%$64,988
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
82%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
11%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
71%29%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
1304%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
563244.26%Small biology major (2-5% of majors)24No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
61.07%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program640.71%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
315.51%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program38868.92%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
20.36%Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)20.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%1.24%7
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
2
13
168218Wellesley CollegeWellesleyMA02481New England
www.wellesley.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2510100%29911%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
3$48,802$65,966268NB90$58,036$5,223,24034%119%88%$7,930
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
91%
High (over 70%)
20%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
3%97%
Womens college or university (90-100% female)
28811%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
5818214.11%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
3610
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
36Has Major294.99%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
8Has ProgramNo Program1326172.93%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
437.40%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
10Has Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
21336.66%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
6514810154090.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%20.65%120
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
33
14
110556California State University-FresnoFresnoCA93740West Coast
www.csufresno.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityVery Large (20K+ students)2413689%12326%
Large international population (6-10%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
223$17,473$30,90533031741196NNB63$21,305$1,342,2155%122%69%$9,600
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
52%
Around Average (45-59%)
64%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
54%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
11005%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
41461032.48%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
9211No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
661.59%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program361210210.51%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
240.58%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program1794.32%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
87621.13%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
329547173431656930.00%801.93%801.93%2135.14%11.99%497
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
54
15
399911Soka University of AmericaAliso ViejoCA92656West Coast
www.soka.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major City
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
44497%17240%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
41$31,042$45,592179NB & NNB178$37,434$6,663,25299%121%82%$8,158
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
79%
High (over 70%)
27%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
38%62%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
17140%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
960.00%No Biological Sciences majorsNo Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%No Physical Sciences majorsNo ProgramNo Program0.00%No Mathematics Majors0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%100.00%96Predominently Humanities University (over 50% of degrees)
16
178411
Missouri University of Science and Technology
RollaMO65409Plains
www.mst.edu/
PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall Town/RuralMedium (4001-10,000 students)888677%5307%
Large international population (6-10%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
165$25,173$38,161147816300NB & NNB175$13,518$2,365,65058%54%35%$24,643
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
63%
Almost there (60-69%)
24%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
10%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
77%23%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
4477%
Large international population (6-10%)
1378503.63%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
50No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
684.93%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program173615120.87%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1339.65%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program90165.38%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
896.46%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
57320.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%1.52%21
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
5
17
171128Michigan Technological UniversityHoughtonMI49931Midwest
www.mtu.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall Town/RuralMedium (4001-10,000 students)721879%2614%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
124$30,968$44,613186NB & NNB134$9,619$1,288,94672%31%22%$34,994
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
64%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
6%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
73%27%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
2394%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
1065353.29%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
2113No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
211.97%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program939151.41%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
676.29%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program67863.66%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
353.29%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
27830.00%0.00%0.00%171.60%0.47%5
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
3
18
180416
Montana Tech of the University of Montana
ButteMT59701
Rocky Mountains
www.mtech.eduPublicRegional College- WestSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)213090%29713%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
3$19,984$33,340No data$0No data0%0%$33,340No dataNo data43%
Low (Below 45%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
4%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
69%31%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
26014%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
33492.69%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
9No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
61.80%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program651.50%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
123.59%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program21263.47%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%4.19%14
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
6
19
130697Wesleyan University (CT)MiddletownCT06459New England
www.wesleyan.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)313892%2829%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
21$50,912$67,527293NB & NNB80$58,920$4,713,60027%116%87%$8,607
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
93%
High (over 70%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
2599%
Large international population (6-10%)
732516.97%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
3318No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
435.87%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
1Has ProgramNo Program1311314.23%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
192.60%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
31042.35%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
11419613359240.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%22.40%164
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
52
20
164465Amherst CollegeAmherstMA01002New England
www.amherst.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1795100%1819%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
2$52,476$68,98647138172NB156$59,164$9,229,58491%113%86%$9,822
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
94%
High (over 70%)
21%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
31%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
17310%
Large international population (6-10%)
432388.80%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
216
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
11Has Major225.09%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
1Has ProgramNo Program1263337.64%
Very Large Mathematics Majors (7-14% of degrees)
225.09%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
13531.25%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
31104102740.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%28.24%122
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
39
21
187967
New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
SocorroNM87801Southwest
www.nmt.edu
PublicRegional University- WestSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)215075%503%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
23$20,041$33,915240428NNB5$13,846$69,23018%69%41%$20,069
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
45%
Around Average (45-59%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
39%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
70%30%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
473%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
292289.59%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
28No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
248.22%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program5512155.14%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
206.85%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program18463.01%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
31.03%
Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
30.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%4.79%14
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
9
22
198756Johnson C Smith UniversityCharlotteNC28216Southeastwww.jcsu.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)143896%463%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$18,236$32,136302231NNB30$22,308$669,24097%122%69%$9,828
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
44%
Low (Below 45%)
76%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
87%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
39%61%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
504%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
268228.21%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
22No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
10.37%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program131.12%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
228.21%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program72.61%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
4918.28%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
8413280.00%3513.06%3513.06%259.33%6.72%18
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
2
23
139755
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
AtlantaGA30332Southeast
www.gatech.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students2503460%183011%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
34$32,404$47,61228772481480No aid0$0$00%0%0%$47,612
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
82%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
65%35%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
162611%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
34191263.69%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
7749No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
621.81%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program151433290.85%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
36510.68%Large CS Majors (10-20% of degrees)No Program214162.62%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
671.96%
Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
3334340.00%0.00%80.23%471.37%0.97%33Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
24
140553Morehouse CollegeAtlantaGA30314Southeast
www.morehouse.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2167100%532%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
159$26,742$47,95235NB14$30,342$424,78840%113%63%$17,610
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
53%
Around Average (45-59%)
57%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
96%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
100%0%
Mens Institution (100% male)
542%
Few international students (0-2% international)
3304513.64%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
45No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
185.45%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program13541.21%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
185.45%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program30.91%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
8626.06%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
176924190.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%12.73%42
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
26
25
189097Barnard CollegeNew YorkNY10027Mid East
www.barnard.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2548100%29211%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
27$50,394$68,51260546215NB24$57,738$1,385,71211%115%84%$10,774
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
89%
High (over 70%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
0%100%
Womens college or university (90-100% female)
2148%
Large international population (6-10%)
6327311.55%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
1817
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
30Has Major101.58%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program82213.32%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
142.22%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
24138.13%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
761651736150.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%25.95%164
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
61
26
194824Rensselaer Polytechnic InstituteTroyNY12180Mid Eastwww.rpi.eduPrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)698284%62511%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
42$50,797$68,2441691193705No aid0$0$00%0%0%$68,244
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
82%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
69%31%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
68212%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
1267473.71%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
2519No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
433.39%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program12229403.16%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
15111.92%Large CS Majors (10-20% of degrees)No Program70855.88%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
141.10%
Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
1040.00%0.00%0.00%171.34%0.00%0No Humanities Majors
27
131496Georgetown UniversityWashingtonDC20057Mid East
www.georgetown.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1845941%144917%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
20$50,547$69,313830NB25$58,070$1,451,7503%115%84%$11,243
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
95%
High (over 70%)
13%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
102314%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
18271085.91%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
7212
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
21Has Major191.04%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program613221.20%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
261.42%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
77142.20%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
846872253241290.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%15.60%285
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
82
28
183239Saint Anselm CollegeManchesterNH03102New England
www.anselm.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSuburb (Small/Medium City)Small (1000-4000 students)1927100%131%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
115$39,036$55,27010NB & NNB9$44,903$404,12790%115%81%$10,367
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
75%
High (over 70%)
13%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
7%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
40%60%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
141%
Few international students (0-2% international)
433286.47%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
205No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
173.93%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1781.85%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
143.23%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program20.46%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
9020.79%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
226838910110.00%0.00%0.00%317.16%10.62%46
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
18
29
121257Pitzer CollegeClaremontCA91711West Coastwww.pitzer.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1067100%959%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
32$50,430$68,19291NB13$56,340$732,42014%112%83%$11,852
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
84%
High (over 70%)
13%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
30%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
787%
Large international population (6-10%)
259238.88%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
112
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
5Has Major41.54%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program21151.93%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
10.39%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
7930.50%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
20599216190.00%0.00%0.00%186.95%13.13%34
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
10
30
191515Hamilton CollegeClintonNY13323Mid East
www.hamilton.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSuburb (Small/Medium City)Small (1000-4000 students)1877100%1156%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
18$51,240$65,75047232122NB63$55,246$3,480,49852%108%84%$10,504
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
91%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1106%
Large international population (6-10%)
4896112.47%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2613
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
22Has Major377.57%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program91513316.34%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
102.04%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
16233.13%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
25137921324110.00%0.00%81.64%163.27%23.52%115
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
30
31
190099Colgate UniversityHamiltonNY13346Mid East
www.colgate.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)2861100%2569%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
12$51,955$67,29076673260NB150$56,191$8,428,65058%108%84%$11,099
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
92%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
2479%
Large international population (6-10%)
6779514.03%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2435
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
36Has Major487.09%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
6Has ProgramNo Program71718142.07%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
253.69%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
26338.85%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
432203134455140.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%21.57%146
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
45
32
132602Bethune-Cookman UniversityDaytona BeachFL32114Southeast
www.cookman.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)383196%1033%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$14,410$28,82080NB & NNBN/A$15,970#VALUE!No data111%55%$12,850No data
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
82%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
90%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
892%
Few international students (0-2% international)
536162.99%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
16No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
10.19%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program130.56%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
122.24%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program71.31%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
9918.47%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
6138312237614.18%0.00%0.00%427.84%18.47%99
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
3
33
230959Middlebury CollegeMiddleburyVT05753New England
www.middlebury.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)255899%43711%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
4$50,063$66,332236NB133$54,621$7,264,59356%109%82%$11,711
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
94%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
28711%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
6518613.21%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
1331
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
42Has Major335.07%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program8619121.84%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
233.53%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
24637.79%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
322142162537140.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%24.58%160
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
31
34
107600Philander Smith CollegeLittle RockAR72202Southeast
www.philander.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium City
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
584100%497%
Large international population (6-10%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$12,714$25,390112434NB34$13,472$458,048100%106%53%$11,918
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
39%
Low (Below 45%)
79%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
94%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
37%63%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
315%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
1312216.79%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
22No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
32.29%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program375.34%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
64.58%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
2519.08%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
1411470.00%64.58%64.58%0.00%6.11%8
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
7
35
148016Principia CollegeElsahIL62028Midwest
www.principiacollege.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/Rural
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
460100%8417%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
115$27,980$41,01090NB & NNBN/A$30,427#VALUE!No data109%74%$10,583No data
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
87%
High (over 70%)
0%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
6%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
9320%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
9877.14%Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
22.04%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program244.08%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
55.10%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program11.02%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
1313.27%Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)13150.00%0.00%0.00%1111.22%10.20%10
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
6
36
168740Andrews UniversityBerrien SpringsMI49104Midwest
www.andrews.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)336651%26912%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
192$27,684$38,626319NB & NNB317$26,675$8,455,97599%96%69%$11,951
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
58%
Around Average (45-59%)
34%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
34%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
31918%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
420317.38%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
229No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
40.95%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program430.71%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
40.95%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program153.57%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
337.86%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
2310730.00%204.76%204.76%163.81%16.67%70
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
12
37
190044Clarkson UniversityPotsdamNY13699Mid East
www.clarkson.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)391083%1494%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
124$46,132$64,0187971775NNB65$17,301$1,124,56587%38%27%$46,717
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
71%
High (over 70%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
9%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
70%30%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
1214%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
7297510.29%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
5214No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
131.78%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program85162.19%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
101.37%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program39353.91%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
253.43%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
20530.00%0.00%0.00%141.92%0.82%6Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
38
145725Illinois Institute of TechnologyChicagoIL60616Midwestwww.iit.eduPrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)779238%82821%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
103$45,214$63,42747995774NB679$20,234$13,738,88688%45%32%$43,193
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
65%
Almost there (60-69%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
70%30%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
77426%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
684162.34%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
88No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
131.90%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program310202.92%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
679.80%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program34951.02%
Predominently Engineering University (50-100% of degrees)
284.09%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
208510.00%0.00%0.00%50.73%0.88%6Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
39
160977Bates CollegeLewistonME04240New Englandwww.bates.edu/PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1792100%1367%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
27$50,310$66,55049835122NB79$54,496$4,305,18465%108%82%$12,054
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
88%
High (over 70%)
10%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1317%
Large international population (6-10%)
4626514.07%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2021
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
24Has Major316.71%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program61510245.19%Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program10.22%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
17738.31%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
47130949210.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%21.86%101
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
33
40
133881Florida Institute of TechnologyMelbourneFL32901Southeastwww.fit.eduPrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)663154%145637%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
151$40,446$58,2561,125NNB792$17,546$13,896,43270%43%30%$40,710
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
55%
Around Average (45-59%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
71%29%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
129336%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
677659.60%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
1811No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
334.87%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
13Has Program8Has Program318111.62%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
263.84%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program31546.53%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
547.98%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
540.00%0.00%0.00%121.77%0.44%3Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
41
166683
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
CambridgeMA02139New England
web.mit.edu/student/
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1133140%56312%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
5$48,452$65,478428NB328$46,969$15,405,83277%97%72%$18,509
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
91%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
27%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
54%46%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
48511%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
1111898.01%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
44
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
22Has Major867.74%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program16664726.48%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
29526.55%Very Large CS Majors (15-40% of degrees)No Program46842.12%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
141.26%Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)14110.00%0.00%0.00%30.27%0.90%10
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
2
42
217402Providence CollegeProvidenceRI02918New England
www.providence.edu
PrivateRegional University- NorthSmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)456288%952%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
1$46,970$62,70010582583NB & NNB83$50,260$4,171,580100%107%80%$12,440
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
86%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
872%
Few international students (0-2% international)
922909.76%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
855No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
10.11%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1111.19%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
80.87%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program20.22%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
15516.81%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
55100352440.43%141.52%222.39%20.22%12.04%111
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
43
43
202134Cleveland State UniversityClevelandOH44115Midwest
www.csuohio.edu/
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students1691572%7545%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$13,819$30,089570NB & NNB37$15,295$565,9156%111%51%$14,794
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
39%
Low (Below 45%)
46%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
26%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
6295%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
2316813.50%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
81No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
261.12%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program197241.04%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
321.38%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program1777.64%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
44219.08%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
2082341370836260.00%994.27%1114.79%1355.83%4.58%106
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
48
44
185828New Jersey Institute of TechnologyNewarkNJ07102Mid Eastwww.njit.edu/PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1132571%3734%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
140$31,034$49,734345NB & NNB86$28,344$2,437,58425%91%57%$21,390
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
59%
Around Average (45-59%)
34%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
32%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
76%24%
Predominently Male Institution (70-90% male)
3374%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
1415775.44%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
713No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
140.99%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program410191.34%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
27119.15%Very Large CS Majors (15-40% of degrees)No Program52437.03%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.64%9
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
2
45
197133Vassar CollegePoughkeepsieNY12604Mid East
www.vassar.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2435100%1927%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
12$53,090$67,740182NB73$55,562$4,056,02640%105%82%$12,178
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
92%
High (over 70%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1797%
Large international population (6-10%)
63010817.14%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
5519
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
34Has Major264.13%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
1Has ProgramNo Program6415172.70%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
223.49%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
18028.57%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
35145572445100.00%0.00%0.00%152.38%22.54%142
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
52
46
110404California Institute of TechnologyPasadenaCA91125West Coast
www.caltech.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)225544%838%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
10$47,577$66,7742352689NB31$47,612$1,475,97235%100%71%$19,162
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
92%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
19%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
61%39%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
838%
Large international population (6-10%)
249187.23%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
14
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
4Has Major4417.67%
Very Large Physical Sciences Majors (10-17% of degrees)
8Has ProgramNo Program131223514.06%
Very Large Mathematics Majors (7-14% of degrees)
5622.49%Very Large CS Majors (15-40% of degrees)No Program9236.95%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
10.40%Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)10.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.80%2
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
1
47
161086Colby CollegeWatervilleME04901New England
www.colby.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1857100%21210%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
12$50,960$65,824196NB & NNB103$51,794$5,334,78253%102%79%$14,030
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
90%
High (over 70%)
7%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
19611%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
5047013.89%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
36
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
22Has Major397.74%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program161013152.98%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
173.37%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
16933.53%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
44125104040.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%18.06%91
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
30
48
211273Bryn Mawr CollegeBryn MawrPA19010Mid East
www.brynmawr.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)169280%33423%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
31$48,790$66,16040793316NB138$49,229$6,793,60244%101%74%$16,931
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
82%
High (over 70%)
12%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
20%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
0%100%
Womens college or university (90-100% female)
31924%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
3484212.07%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
411No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
277.76%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
1Has ProgramNo Program8144226.32%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
51.44%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
12636.21%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
388821318160.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%25.86%90
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
36
49
213543Lehigh UniversityBethlehemPA18015Mid East
www.lehigh.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)705472%4478%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
46$48,320$63,075427NB & NNB75$42,318$3,173,85018%88%67%$20,757
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
87%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
56%44%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
4318%
Large international population (6-10%)
12291038.38%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
3817
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
48Has Major312.52%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
2Has ProgramNo Program10136171.38%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
937.57%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program39832.38%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
1058.54%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
62431192030.00%0.00%0.00%231.87%2.85%35
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
16
50
201645Case Western Reserve UniversityClevelandOH44106Midwest
www.case.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1134045%57911%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
37$46,006$63,4041264197625NB & NNB79$23,228$1,835,01213%50%37%$40,176
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
81%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
55611%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
113717115.04%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
10260No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
716.24%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
6Has ProgramNo Program41222302.64%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
564.93%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program35931.57%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
14813.02%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
6385261960.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%3.52%40
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
14
51
115409Harvey Mudd CollegeClaremontCA91711West Coast
https://www.hmc.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major City
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
825100%10713%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
21$52,666$71,91795NB & NNB32$24,577$786,46434%47%34%$47,340
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
90%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
54%46%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
10613%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
193136.74%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
15No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
3116.06%Very Large Physical Sciences Majors (10-17% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program625189.33%
Very Large Mathematics Majors (7-14% of degrees)
4322.28%Very Large CS Majors (15-40% of degrees)No Program6031.09%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
10.52%Does Social Sciences even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)110.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.52%1Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
52
133669Florida Atlantic UniversityBoca RatonFL33431Southeastwww.fau.edu/PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityVery Large (20K+ students)3038084%8193%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$17,276$35,0903180116653NB75$19,344$1,450,80011%112%55%$15,746
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
46%
Around Average (45-59%)
41%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
49%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
6262%
Few international students (0-2% international)
56393946.99%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
394No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
781.38%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program452112350.62%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1292.29%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program2504.43%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
84314.95%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
42142239141181104287.59%1632.89%2003.55%3115.52%6.56%370
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
145
53
186131Princeton UniversityPrincetonNJ08544Mid East
www.princeton.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)813866%66412%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
1$45,320$63,6901305152625NB427$49,643$21,197,56168%110%78%$14,047
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
97%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
52%48%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
62312%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
13071239.41%Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)63No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
806.12%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
9Has ProgramNo Program381716292.22%Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program33825.86%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
31424.02%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
682462075360.00%0.00%14110.79%0.00%17.67%231
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
51
54
166124College of the Holy CrossWorcesterMA01610New England
www.holycross.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2729100%602%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
33$48,940$64,0657642075NB & NNB26$48,768$1,267,96835%100%76%$15,297
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
92%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
602%
Few international students (0-2% international)
699446.29%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
44No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
659.30%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program5114436.15%Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
35150.21%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
10424771430.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%22.32%156
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
52
55
160959College of the AtlanticBar HarborME04609New Englandwww.coa.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/Rural
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
34897%6115%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
83$43,542$54,96959NB & NNB58$40,534$2,350,97298%93%74%$14,435
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
71%
High (over 70%)
28%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
7%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
30%70%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
5717%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
830.00%No Biological Sciences majorsNo Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%No Physical Sciences majorsNo ProgramNo Program0.00%No Mathematics Majors0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%0No Humanities Majors
56
110422
California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo
San Luis Obispo
CA93407West Coastcalpoly.eduPublicRegional University- WestSuburb (Small/Medium City)Very Large (20K+ students)2094496%4302%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
11$20,235$37,236434166403NNB26$12,446$323,5966%62%33%$24,790
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
75%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
53%47%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
4182%
Few international students (0-2% international)
44212886.51%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
22639No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
992.24%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program2833381032.33%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1172.65%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program124228.09%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
2986.74%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
8621265520.00%0.00%0.00%1242.80%5.09%225
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
50
57
121345Pomona CollegeClaremontCA91711West Coast
www.pomona.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1663100%17811%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
7$49,352$67,357180NB64$48,257$3,088,44836%98%72%$19,100
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
93%
High (over 70%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
30%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
17210%
Large international population (6-10%)
3806517.11%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
1623
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
26Has Major4010.53%Very Large Physical Sciences Majors (10-17% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program22414307.89%
Very Large Mathematics Majors (7-14% of degrees)
297.63%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
11831.05%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
3385221440.00%0.00%164.21%123.16%9.21%35
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
7
58
141060Spelman CollegeAtlantaGA30314Southeast
www.spelman.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2144100%281%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
72$27,314$46,40932NB & NNB15$26,662$399,93047%98%57%$19,747
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
74%
High (over 70%)
54%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
99%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
0%100%
Womens college or university (90-100% female)
251%
Few international students (0-2% international)
4635812.53%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
535No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
183.89%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program14491.94%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
61.30%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program10.22%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
23751.19%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
941432943190.00%0.00%30.65%0.00%17.71%82
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
33
59
160612Southeastern Louisiana UniversityHammondLA70402Southeast
www.southeastern.edu
PublicRegional University- SouthSmall/Medium CityLarge (10-20K students1458193%2241%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
$20,251$33,265261833164NB & NNB176$18,052$3,177,152107%89%54%$15,213
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
37%
Low (Below 45%)
46%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
29%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
39%61%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
2062%
Few international students (0-2% international)
1831744.04%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
74No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
170.93%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program89140.76%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
331.80%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
1206.55%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
84361818633.44%512.79%512.79%553.00%16.28%298
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
31
60
176372University of Southern MississippiHattiesburgMS39406Southeastwww.usm.eduPublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityLarge (10-20K students1455181%1841%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
220$16,529$30,31182NB & NNB57$14,874$847,81870%90%49%$15,437
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
48%
Around Average (45-59%)
49%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
36%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
36%64%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
1271%
Few international students (0-2% international)
24731245.01%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
105No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
451.82%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program30114240.97%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
451.82%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program10.04%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
2249.06%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1636171772281325.34%552.22%552.22%1044.21%6.11%151
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
58
61
207722
University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma
ChickashaOK73018Southwestwww.usao.eduPublicLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/Rural
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
873100%748%
Large international population (6-10%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$17,550$28,4002131669NB & NNB65$12,748$828,62094%73%45%$15,652
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
46%
Around Average (45-59%)
44%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
27%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
738%
Large international population (6-10%)
17284.65%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
8No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
21.16%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1163.49%Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
2514.53%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1114480.00%0.00%0.00%137.56%9.88%17
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
4
62
199148
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
GreensboroNC27402Southeastwww.uncg.eduPublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students1939383%4883%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$21,833$34,947285027280NNB30$17,935$538,05011%82%51%$17,012
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
56%
Around Average (45-59%)
52%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
40%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
4022%
Few international students (0-2% international)
28881535.30%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
12627No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
100.35%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program73180.62%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1053.64%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
39213.57%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1812113115311200.00%832.87%832.87%1444.99%11.74%339
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
77
63
128902Connecticut CollegeNew LondonCT06320New England
www.conncoll.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1922100%1236%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
50$50,940$67,00047238125NB72$50,963$3,669,33658%100%76%$16,037
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
83%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
38%62%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
1206%
Large international population (6-10%)
4298720.28%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
3411
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
14Has Major92.10%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program5461.40%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
133.03%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
17039.63%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
5711341425160.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%19.11%82
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
19
64
179946Westminster College (MO)FultonMO65251Plains
WWW.WESTMINSTER-MO.EDU
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)951100%15315%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
149$24,540$38,650153NB & NNB43$23,234$999,06228%95%60%$15,416
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
40%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
57%43%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
14816%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
2093315.79%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
2013No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
31.44%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program2194.31%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
115.26%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
2411.48%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1113710.48%0.00%0.00%10.48%7.18%15
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
4
65
212911Haverford CollegeHaverfordPA19041Mid East
https://www.haverford.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1233100%887%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
12$51,259$69,387115NB15$52,085$781,27513%102%75%$17,302
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Most generous financial aid (100%+ of tuition coverd by university)
94%
High (over 70%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
897%
Large international population (6-10%)
2983712.42%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
37No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
4916.44%Very Large Physical Sciences Majors (10-17% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program30316144.70%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
134.36%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
9431.54%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
286692230.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%24.83%74
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
24
66
161004Bowdoin CollegeBrunswickME04011New England
www.bowdoin.edu/
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1799100%965%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
6$49,900$65,5905032485NB36$47,118$1,696,24842%94%72%$18,472
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
93%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
25%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
935%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
4618117.57%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
3718
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
26Has Major459.76%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program12249255.42%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
122.60%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
16936.66%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
141559174230.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%19.52%90
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
25
67
203535Kenyon CollegeGambierOH43022Midwest
www.kenyon.edu/
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1711100%805%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
27$51,200$66,67078NB & NNB51$50,436$2,572,23665%99%76%$16,234
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
89%
High (over 70%)
10%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
805%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
4114811.68%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2417
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
7Has Major133.16%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program4981.95%Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
14435.04%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
321121437120.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%26.28%108
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
60
68
163462Mount St Mary's UniversityEmmitsburgMD21727Mid East
www.msmary.edu
PrivateRegional University- NorthSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)225780%121%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
25$39,000$54,310417715NB & NNB14$38,027$532,37893%98%70%$16,283
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
64%
Almost there (60-69%)
25%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
26%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
121%
Few international students (0-2% international)
383379.66%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
2413No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
30.78%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program341.04%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
61.57%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
11229.24%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
2587491012110.00%0.00%0.00%143.66%9.40%36
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
10
69
102614University of Alaska FairbanksFairbanksAK99775West Coastwww.uaf.eduPublicDoctoral UniversitySuburb (Small/Medium City)Large (10-20K students863887%2212%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
207$18,184$30,76461NNB35$14,090$493,15057%77%46%$16,674
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
42%
Low (Below 45%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
26%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1312%
Few international students (0-2% international)
572559.62%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
55No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
264.55%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program815350.87%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
81.40%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program8514.86%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
6110.66%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
33289423376.47%284.90%345.94%284.90%8.39%48
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
15
70
192703Manhattan CollegeRiverdaleNY10471Mid East
www.manhattan.edu
PrivateRegional University- NorthMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)407188%1023%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
15$40,004$58,2149003199No aid0$0$00%0%0%$58,214
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
75%
High (over 70%)
41%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
27%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
993%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
804384.73%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
2711No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
121.49%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program93111.37%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
192.36%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program22427.86%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
698.58%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
33367480.00%0.00%0.00%708.71%3.61%29
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
12
71
199193
North Carolina State University at Raleigh
RaleighNC27695Southeast
www.ncsu.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityVery Large (20K+ students)3401571%11494%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
81$26,399$40,558981NNB175$13,987$2,447,72518%53%34%$26,571
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
76%
High (over 70%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
10724%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
566456810.03%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
3617068Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
No Neuroscience Major
1372.42%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program25Has Program4439291071.89%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1933.41%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program150326.54%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
4658.21%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1902754556120540.00%611.08%611.08%1913.37%4.41%250
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
95
72
214777
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
University ParkPA16563Mid East
behrend.psu.edu/
PublicDoctoral UniversitySuburb (Small/Medium City)Very Large (20K+ students)432796%475211%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
52$32,382$50,24084998454706No aid0$0$00%0%0%$50,240
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
68%
Almost there (60-69%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
8%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
65%35%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
3559%
Large international population (6-10%)
676223.25%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
22No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
111.63%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program83111.63%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
142.07%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program17025.15%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
436.36%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
27161410.15%0.00%0.00%223.25%6.07%41
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
14
73
186201Ramapo College of New JerseyMahwahNJ07430Mid East
www.ramapo.edu
PublicRegional University- NorthMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)602694%1132%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
37$22,870$39,4799313090NB & NNB58$22,463$1,302,85464%98%57%$17,016
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
72%
High (over 70%)
24%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
20%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1022%
Few international students (0-2% international)
1288896.91%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
767No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
100.78%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program19181.40%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
403.11%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
20415.84%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
1446018300.00%755.82%755.82%1108.54%14.05%181Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
74
107512Ouachita Baptist UniversityArkadelphiaAR71998Southeastwww.obu.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1538100%382%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
171$24,940$35,96032NNB32$18,841$602,912100%76%52%$17,119
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
58%
Around Average (45-59%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
382%
Few international students (0-2% international)
3254112.62%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
41No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
92.77%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program7272.15%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
20.62%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
226.77%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
1210370.00%0.00%0.00%309.23%16.92%55
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
3
75
211440Carnegie Mellon UniversityPittsburghPA15213Mid East
www.cmu.edu/
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1296347%153122%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
25$52,310$67,98015522611492No aid0$0$00%0%0%$67,980
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
88%
High (over 70%)
11%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
108218%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
1336392.92%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
201
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
15Has Major1108.23%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
4Has ProgramNo Program3916947.04%
Very Large Mathematics Majors (7-14% of degrees)
15711.75%Large CS Majors (10-20% of degrees)No Program33525.07%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
1027.63%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
455790.00%0.00%80.60%10.07%6.36%85
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
27
76
174844St Olaf CollegeNorthfieldMN55057Plains
wp.stolaf.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)3046100%2418%
Large international population (6-10%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
53$44,180$56,16082475248NB & NNB195$38,795$7,565,02579%88%69%$17,365
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
89%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
11%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
2348%
Large international population (6-10%)
76311615.20%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
116No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
638.26%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program4518506.55%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
182.36%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
19525.56%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
55140370.00%172.23%172.23%0.00%18.35%140
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
39
77
159939University of New OrleansNew OrleansLA70148Southeastwww.uno.eduPublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)842378%3454%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$22,301$36,58587622255NB & NNB139$19,135$2,659,76555%86%52%$17,450
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
34%
Low (Below 45%)
50%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
31%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
3065%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
1164968.25%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
96No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
443.78%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1624450.43%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
282.41%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program13511.60%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
16013.75%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
10951513200.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%7.56%88
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
38
78
230816Bennington CollegeBenningtonVT05201New England
www.bennington.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/Rural
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
80188%9012%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
90$50,100$68,42081NB & NNBN/A$45,341#VALUE!No data91%66%$23,079No data
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
18%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
35%65%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
8813%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
16584.85%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
6No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
31.82%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program120.00%
No Mathematics Majors
10.61%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
2716.36%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
819840.00%0.00%21.21%21.21%18.18%30
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
16
79
124292Thomas Aquinas CollegeSanta PaulaCA93060West Coast
https://www.thomasaquinas.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/Rural
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
377100%123%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
53$24,500$35,71415NB9$18,240$164,16060%74%51%$17,474
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
72%
High (over 70%)
28%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
123%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
790.00%No Biological Sciences majorsNo Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%No Physical Sciences majorsNo ProgramNo Program0.00%No Mathematics Majors0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%No Social Sciences Majors0.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%100.00%79Predominently Humanities University (over 50% of degrees)
80
198464East Carolina UniversityGreenvilleNC27858Southeastwww.ecu.eduPublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityVery Large (20K+ students)2828981%1941%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
207$22,955$37,12084NNB40$20,525$821,00048%89%55%$16,595
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
59%
Around Average (45-59%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
27%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1391%
Few international students (0-2% international)
43442956.79%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
18717No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1062.44%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program4Has Program71238140.32%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
681.57%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program1012.33%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
3748.61%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
171203261152381723.96%661.52%661.52%2475.69%6.12%266
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
37
81
220862University of MemphisMemphisTN38152Southeast
www.memphis.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students2058581%2211%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$20,837$35,917148NNB86$18,405$1,582,83058%88%51%$17,512
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
44%
Low (Below 45%)
49%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
45%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1831%
Few international students (0-2% international)
3037902.96%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
90No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
501.65%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program29174110.36%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
280.92%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program1193.92%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
2969.75%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
18111519640441073.52%632.07%632.07%1334.38%11.85%360
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
67
82
198215Catawba CollegeSalisburyNC28144Southeast
www.catawba.edu
PrivateRegional College- SouthSuburb (Small/Medium City)Small (1000-4000 students)1275100%393%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
4$29,333$44,333345934NB & NNB34$26,586$903,924100%91%60%$17,747
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
52%
Around Average (45-59%)
42%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
27%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
343%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
255239.02%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
23No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
72.75%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program731.18%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
10.39%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
207.84%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
6143320.78%0.00%0.00%62.35%5.88%15
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
6
83
199157North Carolina Central UniversityDurhamNC27707Southeastwww.nccu.eduPublicRegional University- SouthMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)801177%1512%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
80$18,590$33,9931108114NNB14$16,150$226,100100%87%48%$17,843
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
47%
Around Average (45-59%)
77%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
88%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
140%
Few international students (0-2% international)
1092918.33%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
91No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
100.92%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program4660.55%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
151.37%Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
15414.10%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
122322813812.64%666.04%666.04%696.32%4.76%52
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
19
84
198385Davidson CollegeDavidsonNC28035Southeast
www.davidson.edu/
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)1784100%1256%
Large international population (6-10%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
9$48,376$64,698121NB & NNB65$46,707$3,035,95554%97%72%$17,991
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
93%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
19%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1167%
Large international population (6-10%)
4596514.16%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
65No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
255.45%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program1015224.79%Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
18640.52%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
501361355130.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%28.32%130
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
40
85
207971University of TulsaTulsaOK74104Southwest
https://utulsa.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)467174%98927%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
87$41,509$58,349805NNB502$10,877$5,460,25462%26%19%$47,472
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
70%
High (over 70%)
18%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
13%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
58%42%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
90526%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
722476.51%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
3017No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
263.60%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program6164223.05%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
212.91%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
1Has Program17624.38%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
679.28%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
35324970.00%0.00%0.00%243.32%5.54%40
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
9
86
150455Earlham CollegeRichmondIN47374Midwest
www.earlham.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)106793%21922%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
68$45,300$57,870225NB & NNB189$39,738$7,510,48284%88%69%$18,132
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
72%
High (over 70%)
29%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
19%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
21622%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
2073717.87%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
198
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
10Has Major62.90%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program22241.93%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
62.90%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
4019.32%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
16246100.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%24.64%51
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
12
87
226231LeTourneau UniversityLongviewTX75602Southwestwww.letu.eduPrivateRegional University- WestSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)279582%1144%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
23$28,480$42,408No data$0No data0%0%$42,408No dataNo data51%
Around Average (45-59%)
29%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
51%49%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
814%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
42851.17%
Does biology even exist here? (0-2% of degrees)
5No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
20.47%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program240.93%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
102.34%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
2Has Program10424.30%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
358.18%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2411110.00%0.00%112.57%10.23%4.44%19
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
2
88
233921
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
BlacksburgVA24061Southeast
WWW.VT.EDU
PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityVery Large (20K+ students)3266378%15936%
Large international population (6-10%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
69$29,975$42,88559292981499No aid0$0$00%0%0%$42,885
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
83%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
57%43%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
15016%
Large international population (6-10%)
59404407.41%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
284131
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
7Has Major1372.31%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program31Has Program4022391382.32%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
2133.59%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program140523.65%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
71211.99%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2204926198149510.00%0.00%160.27%2193.69%3.89%231
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
81
89
199102North Carolina A & T State UniversityGreensboroNC27411Southeastwww.ncat.eduPublicDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students1085286%1802%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$19,132$32,207196912131NB & NNB18$12,514$225,25214%65%39%$19,693
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
48%
Around Average (45-59%)
58%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
89%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1432%
Few international students (0-2% international)
1503503.33%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
50No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
110.73%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program74161.06%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
342.26%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program22615.04%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
18512.31%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
114711928765.06%694.59%694.59%1379.12%9.38%141
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
18
90
212577Franklin and Marshall CollegeLancasterPA17604Mid East
WWW.FANDM.EDU
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall/Medium CitySmall (1000-4000 students)2249100%34114%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
47$52,290$67,880337NB129$45,850$5,914,65038%88%68%$22,030
Some students receive aid (25-49%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
87%
High (over 70%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
31814%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
5346612.36%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
221712
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
15Has Major346.37%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
4Has ProgramNo Program178561.12%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
50.94%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
14426.97%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
421021140250.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%15.36%82
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
19
91
100751University of AlabamaTuscaloosaAL35487Southeastwww.ua.edu/PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityVery Large (20K+ students)3709886%12944%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
110$26,950$45,316607NNB90$25,514$2,296,26015%95%56%$19,802
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
66%
Almost there (60-69%)
18%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
9923%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
63542153.38%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
195No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
731.15%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program342811570.90%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
620.98%Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)No Program65810.36%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
4597.22%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
2292302623401411672.63%691.09%691.09%64810.20%3.64%231
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
73
92
127185Fort Lewis CollegeDurangoCO81301
Rocky Mountains
fortlewis.edu/PublicLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralMedium (4001-10,000 students)3707100%772%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$17,816$35,23624NNB16$16,631$266,09667%93%47%$18,605
Many students receive aid (50-74%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
38%
Low (Below 45%)
35%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
43%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
652%
Few international students (0-2% international)
744526.99%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
52No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
496.59%Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program15231140.54%Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program222.96%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
14619.62%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
58881712500.00%0.00%0.00%0.00%12.50%93
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
31
93
227757Rice UniversityHoustonTX77005Southwest
www.rice.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)671958%51513%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
14$43,918$60,518471NB & NNB94$28,606$2,688,96420%65%47%$31,912
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
91%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
25%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
53%47%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
50113%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
100211311.28%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
1177No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
474.69%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
1Has ProgramNo Program26137696.89%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
636.29%Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)No Program22922.85%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
20920.86%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
591501424250.00%0.00%20.20%0.00%8.18%82
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
24
94
170286Hillsdale CollegeHillsdaleMI49242Midwest
https://www.hillsdale.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)152698%00%
Few international students (0-2% international)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
83$25,522$38,922N/ANB & NNB20$22,082$441,640No data87%57%$16,840No data
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
No Data0%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
0%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
00%
Few international students (0-2% international)
3284614.02%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
3016No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
82.44%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program6292.74%Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
7121.65%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
863350.00%0.00%0.00%61.83%27.44%90
Very Large Humanities Majors (25-50% of degrees)
33
95
232308Hollins UniversityRoanokeVA24020Southeastwww.hollins.eduPrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSuburb (Small/Medium City)
Very Small (Fewer than 1000 students)
80280%335%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
105$36,835$52,43531NB & NNB30$33,659$1,009,77097%91%64%$18,776
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
62%
Almost there (60-69%)
43%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
0%100%
Womens college or university (90-100% female)
325%
Substantial international population (3-5%)
1231411.38%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
14No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
10.81%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program110.81%Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)0.00%No CS MajorsNo Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
2923.58%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
12178340.00%0.00%0.00%43.25%24.39%30
Large Humanities Majors (15-25% of degrees)
22
96
212054Drexel UniversityPhiladelphiaPA19104Mid East
www.drexel.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversityMajor City/Suburb of Major CityLarge (10-20K students2559564%239513%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
94$51,030$71,37523242411883No aid0$0$00%0%0%$71,375
No intl students recieve aid
No financial aid for intl students
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
53%47%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
217313%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
36572025.52%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
202No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
220.60%Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program175320.88%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1684.59%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
9Has Program80922.12%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
1865.09%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
8310345243110.30%0.00%0.00%752.05%2.27%83
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
19
97
177968Lindenwood UniversitySaint CharlesMO63301Plains
www.lindenwood.edu
PrivateDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityMedium (4001-10,000 students)1162071%104711%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Less Selective (Rank 201-300)
RNP$16,332$29,9321008147895NB & NNB873$10,868$9,487,76498%67%36%$19,064
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Some financial aid available (50-74% of tuition coverd by university)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
19%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
103713%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
1749402.29%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
40No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
181.03%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program18150.86%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1247.09%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
55Has Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
1005.72%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
7030419417510.01%150.86%170.97%1448.23%3.72%65
Small Humanities Majors (3-8% of degrees)
23
98
243780Purdue University-Main CampusWest LafayetteIN47907Midwest
www.purdue.edu
PublicDoctoral UniversitySmall/Medium CityVery Large (20K+ students)4047276%547517%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Highly Selective (Rank 51-100)
56$28,804$41,8345,129NNB256$2,321$594,1765%8%6%$39,513
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Students pay most of cost (less than 50% of tution coverd by university)
73%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
10%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
58%42%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
523317%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
70722393.38%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
100476
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
31Has Major1632.30%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program11Has Program9617392663.76%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
4115.81%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
113Has Program154821.89%
Very Large Engineering Majors (20-50% of degrees)
5187.32%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
16835019681340.00%0.00%0.00%1652.33%2.60%184
Do Humanities even exist here? (0-3% of degrees)
57
99
147341Monmouth CollegeMonmouthIL61462Midwest
www.monmouthcollege.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeSmall Town/RuralSmall (1000-4000 students)1197100%827%
Large international population (6-10%)
Selective (Rank 101-200)
159$35,300$46,55044NNB40$26,987$1,079,48091%76%58%$19,563
Almost all students receive aid (75-100%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
56%
Around Average (45-59%)
43%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
24%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
787%
Large international population (6-10%)
243208.23%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
119No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
114.53%Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program4752.06%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
72.88%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
3112.76%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1714550.00%0.00%0.00%2911.93%12.35%30
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
10
100
112260Claremont McKenna CollegeClaremontCA91711West Coast
www.cmc.edu
PrivateLiberal Arts CollegeMajor City/Suburb of Major CitySmall (1000-4000 students)134998%23217%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
Elite (Rank 1-50)
9$50,945$69,38535260221NB & NNB25$48,980$1,224,50011%96%71%$20,405
Few students receive aid (Under 25%)
Generous financial aid (75-99% of tuition coverd by university)
90%
High (over 70%)
13%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
25%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
51%49%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
22317%
Very Large international population (More than 11%)
279196.81%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
113
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
5Has Major51.79%Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)No ProgramNo Program21272.51%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
103.58%Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)No Program41.43%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
14752.69%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
1812926300.00%0.00%10.36%20.72%10.75%30
Substantial Humanities Majors (8-15% of degrees)
8
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