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Institution Name
College Point List
CityState
ZIP code (Tableau)
Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) regions
Website
Carnegie Classification 2015: Basic (HD2016)
Public/Private
Degree of urbanization (Urban-centric locale) (HD2016)
Total Students
Ugrad Students
% Undergraduate
University Size (ugrad & grad students)
Selectivity Total
Acceptance %
Yield (Enrolled/Admitted)
SAT AvgACT Avg
SAT Math 25th percentile score (ADM2016)
ACT Composite 25th % or min
Affordability: % of Need Met
Affordability Category (Private)
Public Affordability Gap (NCAN Formula for Public 4-year universities- http://www.collegeaccess.org/affordability)
Public Affordablity Category
Affordability (Public): Average net price for students awarded aid (income 0-30K)
Affordability (Public) (income 0-30K)
Affordability (Private): Average net price for students awarded aid (income 0-30K)
Affordability (Private) (income 0-30K)
Success: 6-year Graduation rate
Success: 6-year Graduation rate (Category)
Diversity (economic): Pell %
Economic Diversity (PELL)
Diversity (racial): % URM
Racial Diversity (URM)
% Male (ugrad)
% Female (ugrad)
Gender Balance
Tribal college (HD2016)
Historically Black College or University (HD2016)
American Indian or Alaska Native total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
Asian total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
% Asian
Black or African American total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
% African American
Hispanic total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
% Hispanic
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
White total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
% White
Two or more races total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
Race/ethnicity unknown total (EF2015A All students Undergraduate total)
Nonresident alien total (ugrad)
% of International Students (ugrad)
Disability Services: Type (Structured Program, Coordinated Services, Services)
Disability Services: Fee
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
% of students w/ disability
Website for disability services
Total Bachelors Degrees
Biological Sciences
Biological Sciences (% of degrees)
Biological Sciences (Size)
Biology, General
Biochemistry
Zoology/Animal Biology
Zoology/Animal Biology (Has Major)
Neuroscience
Neuroscience (Has Major)
Physical Sciences
Physical Sciences (% of degrees)
Physical Sciences (Size)
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Astronomy and Astrophysics (Type)
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology (Type)
Chemistry
Geosciences
Physics
Mathematics and Statistics
Mathematics and Statistics (% of degrees)
Mathematics and Statistics (Size)
Computer & Information Sciences
Computer & Information Sciences (% of degrees)
Computer & Information Sciences (Type)
Computer Software and Media Applications
Computer Software and Media Applications (Type)
Engineering
Engineering (% of degrees)
Engineering (Type)
Social Science & Psychology
Social Science & Psychology (% of degrees)
Social Science & Psychology (Type)
Psychology
Social Sciences
Anthropology
Archeology
Criminology
Geography
IR & National Security
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New York UniversityMatchlistNew YorkNY10012Mid East
www.nyu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
500272572251%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Highly Selective
32%32%1,365316302956%
Under 80% of Need Met
$22,731
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
82%
High (over 70%)
21%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
40506920%13765%313812%31872734%9932066428217%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
www.nyu.edu/life/safety-health-wellness/students-with-disabilities.html
59142374.01%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
10055
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
42Has Major580.98%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program35231402.37%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1893.20%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
15
Has Program
2804.73%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
120020.29%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
36883234417
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Columbia College ChicagoChicagoIL60605Great Lakes
www.colum.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Small & Medium Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
8961860896%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Less Selective
88%21%00No Data$26,192
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
43%
Low (Below 45%)
35%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
31%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
242853%130015%97811%8472155%4016002913%3% or less
students.colum.edu/ssd/index.php
18710.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
80.43%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program80.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
4
University of Southern CaliforniaMatchlist-QBLos AngelesCA90089Far West
www.usc.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
434011881043%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Elite17%34%1,39031.565030100%
100% of Need Met
$16,002
Generally Unaffordable (Net Price 15-20K)
91%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
28399921%7824%256414%30745140%967313267614%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
dsp.usc.edu/
51382374.61%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
125371
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
74Has Major280.54%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1
Has Program
No Program8910751.46%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1923.74%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
33
Has Program
55510.80%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
76114.81%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
174587141194
5
Emerson CollegeMatchlistBostonMA02116
New England
www.emerson.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
4479380885%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Highly Selective
48%20%1,22527.55402562%
Under 80% of Need Met
$33,717
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
80%
High (over 70%)
17%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
40%60%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
51544%1173%40511%3252566%1681472847%
Coordinated Services
7%
www.emerson.edu/disability-services
9380.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
6
Savannah College of Art and Design
SavannahGA31402Southeast
www.scad.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
11861961181%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective72%28%1,070244602143%
Under 80% of Need Met
$36,962
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
65%
Almost there (60-69%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
505085%109611%8359%32513553%3383156916%15%
www.scad.edu/life/student-services/student-health-services/counseling-and-support-services
18990.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program100.53%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
7
Georgia State University
Honors College
AtlantaGA30303Southeast
www.gsu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
320582514078%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
59%41%1,070234702054%
Under 80% of Need Met
$4,421No$12,820
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
53%
Around Average (45-59%)
57%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
56%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
38307612%1050942%23889%12668527%12556685092%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl, Covered by fin aid
3% or less
disability.gsu.edu/
47123276.94%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
272
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
55Has Major1052.23%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program612519350.74%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
3076.52%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
92119.55%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
445476331
8
Temple University
Honors College
PhiladelphiaPA19122Mid East
www.temple.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
380072860975%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
52%30%0068%
Under 80% of Need Met
$10,080No$16,638
Unaffordable (Net Cost over 15K)
69%
Almost there (60-69%)
28%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
40300911%372013%17236%291578755%853151819307%7%
disabilityresources.temple.edu
61332804.57%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
18129
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
70Has Major841.37%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program501811290.47%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1903.10%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program2484.04%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
5919.64%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
3302613629
9
California State University-Long Beach
Long BeachCA90840Far West
www.csulb.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
374463219586%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Selective32%22%1,0452347020No Data$1,248Marginally$6,278
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
65%
Almost there (60-69%)
48%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
48%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
52747123%12274%1252139%66602919%1543117121157%
Coordinated Services
Covered by fin aid
3% or less
web.csulb.edu/divisions/students/dss/
77802933.77%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
17387
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
690.89%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program261528500.64%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
921.18%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program5697.31%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
120115.44%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
4437587766
10
Rochester Institute of TechnologyRochesterNY14623Mid Eastwww.rit.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
166391354281%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
55%24%1,23528.55902687%
85-89% of Need Met
$23,036
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
65%
Almost there (60-69%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
68%32%
More guys than girls (60-70% male)
239827%6395%9207%2856363%40112397736%
Structured Programs
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
13%
www.rit.edu/studentaffairs/disabilityservices/
24831465.88%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
9018
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
481.93%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program2114281.13%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
39515.91%
Very Large CS Majors (15-40% of degrees)
135
Has Program
48019.33%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
783.14%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
4731
11
San Francisco State University
San Francisco
CA94132Far West
www.sfsu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
302562690689%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Less Selective
68%15%9752143018No Data$2,035No$9,598
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
48%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
40%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
48730427%12795%782629%135535420%1526152119137%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
access.sfsu.edu/
56964157.29%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
35263
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
520.91%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program211120550.97%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1061.86%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program1292.26%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
78713.82%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2585296740112
12
University of California-RiversideMatchlistRiversideCA92521Far West
WWW.UCR.EDU
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
213851860787%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective66%19%1,065244802185%
85-89% of Need Met
$412Marginally$8,854
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
69%
Almost there (60-69%)
53%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
45%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
28681737%7784%674936%73245713%7521997544%3% or less
specialservices.ucr.edu/disabilities/
439265514.91%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
3871118
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
93Has Major691.57%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program416221252.85%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1002.28%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program3918.90%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
142232.38%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
44897418052
13
University of California-Santa Barbara
Matchlist
Santa Barbara
CA93106Far West
www.ucsb.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Suburb (Small/Medium City)
234972060788%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
36%18%1,25529.55702780%
80-84% of Need Met
$114Marginally$9,954
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
81%
High (over 70%)
39%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
37%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
26395619%4512%529526%26711835%173155014547%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
dsp.sa.ucsb.edu/
523556310.75%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2677549
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
No Neuroscience Major
2474.72%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program105411012354.49%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
921.76%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program2424.62%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
196137.46%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
609135213253
14
Chapman UniversityMatchlistOrangeCA92866Far West
www.chapman.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
8305636377%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Highly Selective
54%22%1,20527.55602572%
Under 80% of Need Met
$34,310
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
74%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
40%60%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
1765510%901%90614%25368458%3953312604%3% or less
www.chapman.edu/students/health-and-safety/disability-services/
1515543.56%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
3519
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
100.66%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program82150.99%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
332.18%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program10.07%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
16811.09%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
10167
15
University of California-Santa CruzMatchlistSanta CruzCA95064Far West
www.ucsc.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
178681623191%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
58%15%1,17527.55402583%
80-84% of Need Met
$2,925No$10,290
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
77%
High (over 70%)
36%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
41%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
17341921%3162%505831%37535833%11882615774%6%
drc.ucsc.edu/
401677419.27%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
25955
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
54Has Major1734.31%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
11
Has Program
No Program706230471.17%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
3137.79%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program1273.16%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
101425.25%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
4485661452
16
University of California-IrvineMatchlistIrvineCA92697Far West
www.uci.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
308362525682%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
41%21%1,195275702484%
80-84% of Need Met
$229Marginally$9,280
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
86%
High (over 70%)
41%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
31%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
13942237%4682%632525%99377015%920270396916%3% or less
disability.uci.edu/index.php
657070510.73%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
61911
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
32Has Major1622.47%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program994518941.43%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
3455.25%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program67710.30%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
187528.54%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
741113491301
17
University of Central Florida
Honors College
OrlandoFL32816Southeast
www.ucf.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
629535466287%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
50%37%1,175265402455%
Under 80% of Need Met
$2,623No$12,270
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
70%
High (over 70%)
31%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
39%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
10832056%610111%1307524%1272896653%19083807921%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
sas.sdes.ucf.edu/
128326575.12%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
627
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
470.37%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program2522480.37%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
3903.04%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program9717.57%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
162612.67%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
112749979
18
DePaul UniversityMatchlistChicagoIL60604Great Lakes
www.depaul.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
235391596168%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective70%16%0065%
Under 80% of Need Met
$25,830
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
71%
High (over 70%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
30%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1113168%12978%282718%22870355%5926515423%
Coordinated Services
4%
offices.depaul.edu/student-affairs/about/departments/Pages/csd.aspx
3750631.68%
Does biology even exist here? (0-2% of degrees)
63
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
290.77%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program1217310.83%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
2947.84%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
13
Has Program
0.00%
No Engineering Majors
50413.44%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
19830615660
19
University of Utah
Honors College
Salt Lake City
UT84112
Rocky Mountains
www.utah.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
315922379475%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
76%33%1,175245302166%
Under 80% of Need Met
$1,221Marginally$10,067
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
62%
Almost there (60-69%)
24%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
56%44%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
11913085%3281%258211%1471640069%97857913536%
Coordinated Services
4%
disability.utah.edu/
51671883.64%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
188
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1613.12%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program10
Has Program
762747961.86%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1482.86%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program4699.08%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
104520.22%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
3367095328
20
Arizona State University-Tempe
Honors College
TempeAZ85287Southwest
www.asu.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
519844182880%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
83%40%1,150255202270%
Under 80% of Need Met
$1,766Marginally$6,598
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
63%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
28%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
57%43%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
51128637%15824%780919%942165352%1673379526413%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
https://eoss.asu.edu/drc
90508068.91%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
496259
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1321.46%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program33153981.08%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
3874.28%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program111512.32%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
126613.99%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
43383311559
21
University of MiamiMatchlistCoral GablesFL33146Southeast
www.miami.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
168251110066%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
38%17%1,300306102897%
90-99% of Need Met
$26,911
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
81%
High (over 70%)
12%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
33%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
136045%8478%248022%8456341%329588166815%4%
umarc.miami.edu/arc/ODS.html
260140115.42%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
14819
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
60Has Major532.04%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program4
Has Program
29155321.23%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
351.35%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program1997.65%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
47418.22%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
1623121422263
22
University of Colorado BoulderMatchlistBoulderCO80309
Rocky Mountains
www.colorado.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
330562714282%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Highly Selective
77%25%1,19027.55502582%
80-84% of Need Met
$5,989No$15,109
Unaffordable (Net Cost over 15K)
70%
High (over 70%)
16%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
7614715%4412%285511%171917371%124424216236%
Coordinated Services
7%
www.colorado.edu/disabilityservices/
549776413.90%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
69
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
58Has Major1362.47%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
36
Has Program
No Program1944371152.09%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1402.55%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program65411.90%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
113120.57%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
4346977552
23
The New SchoolNew YorkNY10011Mid East
www.newschool.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
10344696267%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
60%30%1,15525.55102372%
Under 80% of Need Met
$30,634
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
62%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
27%73%
Predominently womens institution (70-90% female)
56439%4036%80512%7224132%243346226933%3% or less
www.newschool.edu/student-disability-services/
13360.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
533.97%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
27264
24
University of North Carolina Wilmington
MatchlistWilmingtonNC28403Southeast
www.uncw.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Small/Medium City
149181323589%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
72%30%1,195245702262%
Under 80% of Need Met
$5,009No$11,421
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
71%
High (over 70%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
39%61%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
683002%6555%8917%121032478%453462701%
Coordinated Services
10%
www.uncw.edu/disability/
32013119.72%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
216
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1003.12%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program542818401.25%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
762.37%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
45714.28%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
219238191159
25
Ithaca CollegeMatchlistIthacaNY14850Mid East
www.ithaca.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Suburb (Small/Medium City)
6769632393%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Very Selective
70%16%0092%
90-99% of Need Met
$22,569
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
78%
High (over 70%)
21%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
62264%3616%4798%1450071%1954281272%11%
www.ithaca.edu/sas/
1416715.01%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
1417
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
231.62%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program51890.64%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
130.92%
Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
1097.70%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
486113
26
University of Michigan-Ann ArborMatchlistAnn ArborMI48109Great Lakes
www.umich.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
436512831265%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Elite29%42%1,405316702989%
85-89% of Need Met
-$1,262Yes$2,660
Most Affordable Public (Net Price Under 6K)
91%
High (over 70%)
15%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
13%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
51%49%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
53359513%12164%13005%101737061%969184019597%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
6%
ssd.umich.edu/
70746338.95%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
79194
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
210Has Major1251.77%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
6
Has Program
No Program2750422082.94%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
5467.72%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
1
Has Program
125217.70%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
150221.23%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
68381969
27
Grand Valley State UniversityAllendaleMI49401Great Lakes
www.gvsu.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
253252197287%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Selective82%31%1,05323.548021No Data$3,223No$11,247
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
65%
Almost there (60-69%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
14%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
844492%11425%10555%91814683%738672821%Services3% or less
www.gvsu.edu/dsr/
43641262.89%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
1041
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
561.28%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program301971042.38%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1052.41%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program771.76%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
52412.01%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
273251301842
28
California Institute of the ArtsValenciaCA91355Far West
www.calarts.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
144894966%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Selective24%39%0075%
Under 80% of Need Met
$47,806
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
63%
Almost there (60-69%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
28%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
40%60%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
514816%627%13915%639442%5377657%3% or less
calarts.edu/student-services/disabilities
1880.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
29
The University of Montana
Honors College
MissoulaMT59812
Rocky Mountains
www.umt.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Small/Medium City
130441077783%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective92%26%1,075234702067%
Under 80% of Need Met
$1,044Marginally$12,087
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
39%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
12%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
3231261%861%4554%31818176%4138093533%
Coordinated Services
10%
www.umt.edu/dss/about-us/default.php
1685855.04%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
706
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
422.49%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program52512181.07%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
150.89%
Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
32419.23%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
1281965112
30
SUNY at Purchase CollegePurchaseNY10577Mid East
www.purchase.edu
Baccalaureate Colleges: Arts & Sciences Focus
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
4169407798%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Selective44%25%1,07523.547020No Data$5,097No$12,819
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
33%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
32%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
151494%40110%71217%5221454%185314822%3% or less
https://www.purchase.edu/departments/accessandaccommodationsoffice/default.aspx
962363.74%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
324
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
101.04%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program10161.66%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
13614.14%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
61757
31
University of Wisconsin-MilwaukeeMilwaukeeWI53201Great Lakes
www.uwm.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
267262189882%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Less Selective
73%43%022.52040%
Under 80% of Need Met
$5,728No$13,116
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
44%
Low (Below 45%)
36%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
9314667%17818%19989%251480368%809478764%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
www4.uwm.edu/accessibility.cfm
39001674.28%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
11732
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
370.95%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No Program5
Has Program
11165140.36%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
1744.46%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program2977.62%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
3859.87%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2101752413
32
Columbia College-HollywoodTarzanaCA91356Far West
https://www.columbiacollege.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
326326100%
Very Small (Under 1000 students)
Less Selective
54%35%00No Data$26,654
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
51%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
41%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
56%44%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
0134%5116%5918%015447%234227%3% or less
https://www.columbiacollege.edu/about/academic-philosophy/disability-compliance
660.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
33
University of North Carolina School of the Arts
Winston-Salem
NC27127Southeast
www.uncsa.edu/
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Public
Small/Medium City
97085688%
Very Small (Under 1000 students)
Very Selective
54%59%1,135254902261%
Under 80% of Need Met
$1,563Marginally$7,266
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
61%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
4152%739%668%261772%4118202%6%
https://www.uncsa.edu/mysa/current-students/academics/students-with-disabilities/
1680.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
34
Fitchburg State UniversityFitchburgMA01420
New England
www.fitchburgstate.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Suburb (Small/Medium City)
6598427065%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Less Selective
75%29%9902145018No Data$3,749No$11,055
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
57%
Around Average (45-59%)
38%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
31133%3709%46311%1310773%12764221%Services7%
www.fitchburgstate.edu/offices-services-directory/disability-services/
807759.29%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
39
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
40.50%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program480.99%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
192.35%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
627.68%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
40222
35
University of Oregon
Honors College
EugeneOR97403Far West
www.uoregon.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
240322053885%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
78%24%1,10024.54902258%
Under 80% of Need Met
$3,286No$11,964
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
69%
Almost there (60-69%)
25%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
20%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
10211506%3982%206510%911221059%1362318284214%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
https://aec.uoregon.edu
46614279.16%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
11832
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
701.50%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program212326440.94%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
921.97%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
141730.40%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
30711106540
36
Montana State University
Honors College
BozemanMT59717
Rocky Mountains
www.montana.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Small Town/Rural
152361363389%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
83%26%1,13024.55102176%
Under 80% of Need Met
$683Marginally$13,920
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
9%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
55%45%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
2191141%861%4924%231157985%4231355624%
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
www.montana.edu/drv/disability/
22821737.58%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
63
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
753.29%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program21459231.01%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
552.41%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program35815.69%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
2089.11%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
8012819
37
SUNY at BuffaloMatchlistBuffaloNY14260Mid East
www.buffalo.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
297961995367%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
59%27%1,17026.55502449%
Under 80% of Need Met
$1,562Marginally$11,637
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
72%
High (over 70%)
34%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
56%44%
Slightly more boys than girls (55-60% male)
43282214%14697%12736%20948348%4791076328816%3% or less
www.buffalo.edu/accessibility/
50164759.47%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
31521
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1312.61%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program803318791.57%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1262.51%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program67713.50%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
126325.18%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
5247392316
38
Brigham Young University-ProvoMatchlistProvoUT84602
Rocky Mountains
www.byu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
334693022190%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Highly Selective
51%80%1,270295802726%
Under 80% of Need Met
$8,939
Most Affordable (Net Price Under 10K)
79%
High (over 70%)
14%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
11%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
52%48%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
1035612%1460%17136%1862516583%10883409193%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
https://uac.byu.edu/
636478912.40%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
78633
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
109Has Major1081.70%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
6
Has Program
No Program2025571191.87%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
2193.44%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
11
Has Program
4657.31%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
68810.81%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
21447413176530
39
Virginia Commonwealth University
Honors College
RichmondVA23284Southeast
www.vcu.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
309182374177%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
81%33%1,090244902155%
Under 80% of Need Met
$8,583No$13,593
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
59%
Around Average (45-59%)
31%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
32%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
43%57%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
53295212%423618%19218%361163049%126855610895%3% or less
students.vcu.edu/dss/
51544077.90%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
391
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1452.81%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program12322551.07%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1733.36%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program2134.13%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
82015.91%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
49332735
40
University of Arizona
Honors College
TucsonAZ85721Southwest
www.arizona.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
425953333178%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Selective79%27%0068%
Under 80% of Need Met
$4,361No$12,914
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
60%
Almost there (60-69%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
35%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
38218906%12554%837825%921738152%143728322337%
Structured Programs
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
7%
drc.arizona.edu/students
691572610.50%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
7753
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
89Has Major1832.65%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
4
Has Program
No Program4953421011.46%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
2042.95%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
19
Has Program
5057.30%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
106715.43%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
4656026719
41
CUNY Brooklyn CollegeBrooklynNY11210Mid East
www.brooklyn.cuny.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
174101420782%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
37%17%1,1050520No Data$0Yes$5,838
Most Affordable Public (Net Price Under 6K)
50%
Around Average (45-59%)
57%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
47%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
31251218%337924%299321%22454632%22405004%3% or less
depthome.brooklyn.cuny.edu/disability/
2588933.59%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
93
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
361.39%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program2394291.12%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
873.36%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
5
Has Program
0.00%
No Engineering Majors
52820.40%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
42610218
42
CUNY Hunter CollegeNew YorkNY10065Mid East
www.hunter.cuny.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
229181655072%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
38%20%1,1600540No Data$918Marginally$5,661
Most Affordable Public (Net Price Under 6K)
52%
Around Average (45-59%)
53%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
41%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
35%65%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
27424226%162410%468728%88458228%31009906%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
www.hunter.cuny.edu/studentservices/access
2996832.77%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
83
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1585.27%
Large Physical Sciences Majors (5-10% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program14410511.70%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
832.77%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
123241.12%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
74848436125
43
Art Center College of DesignPasadenaCA91103Far West
www.artcenter.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
2133191590%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Less Selective
69%45%00No DataNo Data$39,844
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
569536%241%22712%734118%791452327%3% or less
www.artcenter.edu/student-life/student-experience/student-support-services.html
3940.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
51.27%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
5
Has Program
0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
44
Pennsylvania College of Art and Design
LancasterPA17608Mid East
www.pcad.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
223223100%
Very Small (Under 1000 students)
Selective45%40%00No DataNo Data$21,370
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
41%
Low (Below 45%)
51%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
16%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
184%167%104%016373%91600%6%
pcad.edu/student-life/disability-resources
530.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
45
Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
Matchlist
University Park
PA16802Mid East
www.psu.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
473074074286%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Highly Selective
56%28%1,195275602558%
Under 80% of Need Met
$13,884No$20,873
Unaffordable (Net Cost over 15K)
86%
High (over 70%)
12%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
13%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
54%46%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
3125116%16994%24126%392788368%1057719439111%Services3% or less
equity.psu.edu/student-disability-resources
109846275.71%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
26373
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
3753.41%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
15
Has Program
44
Has Program
43156511841.68%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
6626.03%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program185916.92%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
124311.32%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
3878563836133
46
American UniversityMatchlistWashingtonDC20016Mid East
WWW.AMERICAN.EDU
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
13198790960%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
26%34%1,24528.55602690%
90-99% of Need Met
$22,681
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
82%
High (over 70%)
20%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
38%62%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
85317%5217%90311%4442856%3504387269%
Structured Programs
8%
www.american.edu/ocl/asac/
1786372.07%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
287
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
2Has Major140.78%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program410150.84%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
160.90%
Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
72340.48%
Very Large Social Sciences Majors (25-55% of degrees)
5067311444
47
Rhode Island School of DesignMatchlistProvidenceRI02903
New England
www.risd.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
2481201481%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Highly Selective
34%48%1,210275402467%
Under 80% of Need Met
$31,129
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
87%
High (over 70%)
13%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
15%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
32%68%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
437919%482%1658%063231%8916453326%11%
risd.edu/Students/Wellness/Disability_Support/
5070.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
48
University of Kansas
Honors College
LawrenceKS66045Plainswww.ku.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
272591924571%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
93%30%0262379%
Under 80% of Need Met
$3,795No$14,760
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
60%
Almost there (60-69%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
50%50%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
758444%7854%13757%81373871%94320012777%
Coordinated Services
5%
access.ku.edu
41582485.96%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
15953
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
781.88%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
2
Has Program
9
Has Program
312016521.25%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
741.78%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program42510.22%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
46311.14%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2262373110
49
University of California-BerkeleyMatchlistBerkeleyCA94720Far West
www.berkeley.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
381892749672%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Elite17%44%1,40532.56503178%
Under 80% of Need Met
$3,462No$8,677
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
91%
High (over 70%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
45969735%5832%387514%71739427%1298762377114%
Coordinated Services
4%
dsp.berkeley.edu/
745778510.53%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
296
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
2603.49%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
34
Has Program
No Program11232663344.48%
Large Mathematics Majors (4-7% of degrees)
3805.10%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program88711.89%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
179824.11%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
305149311248
50
Portland State UniversityPortlandOR97201Far West
www.pdx.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
274882198080%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Selective89%32%1,0452246019No Data$3,259No$13,543
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
42%
Low (Below 45%)
42%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
29318558%7744%253512%1511265658%124997514927%4%
www.pdx.edu/drc
41381724.16%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
15121
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
661.59%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program132231451.09%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
962.32%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program2064.98%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
83920.28%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
282557502747
51
University of Nevada-Las VegasLas VegasNV89154Far West
www.unlv.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Small/Medium City
286002379683%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Selective83%55%1,01521.545019No Data$4,532No$8,645
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
39%
Low (Below 45%)
41%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
45%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
53360415%17948%623226%305833235%22303279194%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
www.unlv.edu/drc
38922015.16%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
18714
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
401.03%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program72013170.44%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
862.21%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program1253.21%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
52613.51%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
29623032
52
New Mexico State University-Main Campus
Las CrucesNM88003Southwest
www.nmsu.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Suburb (Small/Medium City)
154901252681%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Less Selective
60%41%9452142018No Data-$2,861Yes$7,701
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
46%
Around Average (45-59%)
45%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
61%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
47%53%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
2701561%3723%675054%25368029%2233407106%Services
Covered by fin aid
3% or less
sas.nmsu.edu/
27491244.51%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
7717
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
361.31%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program81315160.58%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
843.06%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program28210.26%
Large Engineering Majors (10-20% of degrees)
2308.37%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1081222412
53
Pratt InstituteBrooklynNY11205Mid East
www.pratt.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
4784339371%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Very Selective
58%21%1,165275202458%
Under 80% of Need Met
$41,227
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
64%
Almost there (60-69%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
17%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
31%69%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
848014%1414%33410%5135440%7410988826%6%
https://www.pratt.edu/student-life/student-affairs/disability-resource-center
6760.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
54
Eastern Michigan UniversityYpsilantiMI48197Great Lakes
www.emich.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
218241795182%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective73%26%1,0252245019No Data$1,799Marginally$12,176
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
37%
Low (Below 45%)
48%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
28%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
41%59%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
474663%346619%8355%121168265%7143254042%6%
www.emich.edu/drc/
33331163.48%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
9125
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
401.20%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program23125190.57%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
601.80%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program30.09%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
40712.21%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2012061196811
55
Loyola Marymount UniversityMatchlistLos AngelesCA90045Far West
www.lmu.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
9392625967%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Highly Selective
54%18%1,225285702665%
Under 80% of Need Met
$28,279
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
78%
High (over 70%)
18%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
36%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
966611%3926%131921%10278645%501355419%Services4%
academics.lmu.edu/dss/
1589855.35%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
5827
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
150.94%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program78120.76%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
161.01%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program996.23%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
30819.38%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
123185
56
Jefferson (Formely Philadelphia University & Thomas Jefferson Univ)
PhiladelphiaPA19144Mid East
www.philau.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
3670275275%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Selective61%21%1,0452348020No DataNo Data$19,799
Generally Unaffordable (Net Price 15-20K)
66%
Almost there (60-69%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
26%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
34%66%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
51265%42115%2328%5150355%642731234%4%
www.philau.edu/disabilityservices/
61471.14%
Does biology even exist here? (0-2% of degrees)
51
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
30.49%
Does CS even exist here (0-1% of degrees)
No Program223.58%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
396.35%
Small Social Sciences Majors (3-8% of degrees)
39
57
California State University-Sacramento
SacramentoCA95819Far West
www.csus.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
302842772392%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Less Selective
72%22%94019.542017No Data$1,469Marginally$5,705
Most Affordable Public (Net Price Under 6K)
44%
Low (Below 45%)
54%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
42%
Very racially diverse (40%+ URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
105575521%15696%794729%220806529%175216087023%3% or less
www.csus.edu/sswd/sswd%20information/services/learningdisability.html
55771402.51%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
140
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
470.84%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program22178350.63%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
861.54%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program3155.65%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
101918.27%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
4036162922
58
Western Michigan University
Honors College
KalamazooMI49008Great Lakes
https://wmich.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Small/Medium City
235291856779%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective82%26%1,008224451977%
Under 80% of Need Met
$3,406No$12,453
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
54%
Around Average (45-59%)
34%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
21%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
51%49%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
703172%225712%9905%201330072%5961718465%3% or less
https://wmich.edu/disabilityservices
36441453.98%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
13114
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
310.85%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program718690.25%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
732.00%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program2336.39%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
3068.40%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
2061001613
59
Westminster College (PA)
New Wilmington
PA16172Mid East
www.westminster.edu
Baccalaureate Colleges: Arts & Sciences Focus
Private not-for-profit
Small Town/Rural
1310112286%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Selective74%19%1,0502347020No DataNo Data$16,382
Generally Unaffordable (Net Price 15-20K)
74%
High (over 70%)
33%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
6%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
2121%343%101%086177%2317550%6%
www.westminster.edu/campus/services/disability-resources.cfm
2573614.01%
Large biology majors (10-15% of degrees)
2110
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
5Has Major72.72%
Substantial Physical Sciences Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program3441.56%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
51.95%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program10.39%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
5421.01%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
2529
60
Webster UniversitySaint LouisMO63119Plains
www.webster.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
15256326021%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Very Selective
47%36%1,155245452169%
Under 80% of Need Met
$29,703
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
64%
Almost there (60-69%)
36%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
25%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
44%56%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
9642%56317%1585%3194760%982791394%6%
www.webster.edu/student-handbook/disability.html
792131.64%
Does biology even exist here? (0-2% of degrees)
13
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program20.25%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
526.57%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
9511.99%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
54412212
61
Biola UniversityLa MiradaCA90639Far West
www.biola.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
6227423068%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Selective65%31%1,085244702154%
Under 80% of Need Met
$24,595
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
69%
Almost there (60-69%)
30%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
28%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
37%63%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
674017%972%82119%7206949%272951233%4%
www.biola.edu/disability-services
991555.55%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
505
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
80.81%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program2580.81%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
101.01%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program141.41%
Does Engineering even exist here (0-2% of degrees)
16816.95%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
89794
62
Florida State UniversityMatchlistTallahasseeFL32306Southeast
www.fsu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
408303270680%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
58%37%1,195275502562%
Under 80% of Need Met
$2,216No$10,220
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
79%
High (over 70%)
26%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
30%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
707832%26118%620519%482091664%10194655892%
Coordinated Services
3% or less
https://dos.fsu.edu/sdrc/
86267869.11%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
36157
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
1141.32%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program20
Has Program
561622981.14%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
3163.66%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program3704.29%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
209824.32%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
574152426149326
63
University of IowaMatchlistIowa CityIA52242Plains
www.uiowa.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Small/Medium City
308442335776%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
84%24%1,17025.55402370%
Under 80% of Need Met
$267Marginally$8,259
Affordable Public Universities (Net Cost 6-10K)
70%
High (over 70%)
23%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
13%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
48%52%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
358704%7503%16697%231574267%6051012265111%
Coordinated Services
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
sds.studentlife.uiowa.edu/
47961412.94%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
8837
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
561.17%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
3
Has Program
No Program361341142.38%
Substantial Mathematics Majors (2-4% of degrees)
1092.27%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program3898.11%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
66313.82%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
289374321324
64
Ringling College of Art and DesignSarasotaFL34234Southeast
www.ringling.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
12621262100%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Less Selective
78%26%0050%
Under 80% of Need Met
$39,755
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
66%
Almost there (60-69%)
32%
Economically representative of society (30-39% Pell)
23%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
37%63%
More girls than boys (60-70% female)
121109%343%20816%361749%305419415%16%
www.ringling.edu/ARC
3000.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
65
The University of TampaTampaFL33606Southeastwww.ut.edu
Master's Colleges & Universities: Larger Programs
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
7959707989%
Medium (3000-10,000 students)
Selective48%20%1,07524.55002262%
Under 80% of Need Met
$25,515
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
62%
Almost there (60-69%)
22%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
20%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
191212%3515%88112%5419059%19155177011%4%
https://www.ut.edu/disabilities/
14571006.86%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
685
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
130.89%
Do the Physical Sciences even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program1360.41%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
302.06%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
22215.24%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
5616689
66
Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
CarbondaleIL62901Great Lakeswww.siu.edu
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Small/Medium City
172921303175%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective77%23%1,0052244019No Data$4,111No$14,825
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
44%
Low (Below 45%)
51%
Very economically diverse (Over 40% Pell)
31%
Racially diverse (30-39% URM)
54%46%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
292112%247019%10958%12823263%39385814%
Structured Programs
Listed by Aspergers Foundation Intl
3% or less
disabilityservices.siu.edu
31711253.94%
Small biology major (2-5% of majors)
6438
Has Zoology/Animal Science Major
No Neuroscience Major
391.23%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program1914690.28%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
782.46%
Substantial CS Majors (2-5% of degrees)
No Program1865.87%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
3139.87%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
1092041411116
67
Maryland Institute College of ArtMatchlistBaltimoreMD21217Mid East
www.mica.edu
Special Focus Four-Year: Arts, Music & Design Schools
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
2197182083%
Small (1000-3000 students)
Very Selective
57%18%1,1552550022No DataNo Data$30,994
Unafforadable (Net Price over 20K)
72%
High (over 70%)
18%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
19%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
26%74%
Predominently womens institution (70-90% female)
323013%1036%1247%287648%1099927415%4%
www.mica.edu/Academic_Services_and_Libraries/Learning_Resource_Center.html
4170.00%
No Biological Sciences majors
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
0.00%
No Physical Sciences majors
No ProgramNo Program0.00%
No Mathematics Majors
0.00%
No CS Majors
No Program0.00%
No Engineering Majors
00.00%
No Social Sciences Majors
68
Syracuse UniversityMatchlistSyracuseNY13244Mid Eastsyr.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Private not-for-profit
Small/Medium City
217891519670%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Highly Selective
52%23%1,190275602596%
90-99% of Need Met
$17,662
Generally Unaffordable (Net Price 15-20K)
80%
High (over 70%)
20%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
22%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
45%55%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
10111578%12338%156910%7841355%424458183412%
Coordinated Services
6%
disabilityservices.syr.edu/
34671775.11%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
12633
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
431.24%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program161215280.81%
Does Mathematics even exist here? (0-1% of degrees)
2186.29%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program2798.05%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
64618.63%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
1894572614113
69
University of Rhode IslandKingstonRI02881
New England
web.uri.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Moderate & Higher Research Activity (R2 & R3)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
166131364182%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Selective73%21%1,07024.549022No Data$4,276No$13,104
Less Afforadable Public (Net Cost 10-15K)
59%
Around Average (45-59%)
24%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
18%
Not racially diverse (Under 20% URM)
46%54%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
314393%7115%12899%4951470%3789942812%
Coordinated Services
7%
web.uri.edu/disability/
32231925.96%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
128
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
No Neuroscience Major
351.09%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No ProgramNo Program11204361.12%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
511.58%
Small CS Majors (1-2% of degrees)
No Program3139.71%
Substantial Engineering Majors (5-10% of degrees)
44313.74%
Substantial Social Sciences Majors (8-15% of degrees)
20623718
70
George Mason University
Honors College
FairfaxVA22030Southeast
https://www2.gmu.edu/
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Public
Major City/Suburb of Major City
339292306668%
Very Large (25,000+ students)
Very Selective
81%26%1,15526.55302462%
Under 80% of Need Met
$7,058No$15,089
Unaffordable (Net Cost over 15K)
67%
Almost there (60-69%)
28%
Some economic diversity (20-29% Pell)
28%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
49%51%
Gender balanced (within 45-55% of each gender)
53435419%239610%291213%93993843%1048108911835%4%ds.gmu.edu/51273206.24%
Substantial bilogy majors (5-10% of degrees)
261
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors
59Has Major861.68%
Small Physical Sciences Majors (1-2% of degrees)
1
Has Program
2
Has Program
471915561.09%
Small Mathematics Majors (1-2% of degrees)
4608.97%
Large CS Majors (5-15% of degrees)
No Program2454.78%
Small Engineering Majors (2-5% of degrees)
88017.16%
Large Social Sciences Majors (15-25% of degrees)
3135671930188
71
Emory UniversityMatchlist-QBAtlantaGA30322Southeast
www.emory.edu
Doctoral Universities: Highest Research Activity (R1)
Private not-for-profit
Major City/Suburb of Major City
13788686750%
Large (10,000-25,000 students)
Elite25%27%1,39531.566030100%
100% of Need Met
$13,812
Affordable (Net Price 10-15K)
91%
High (over 70%)
19%
Not economically diverse (Under 20% Pell)
20%
Some racial diversity (20-30% URM)
42%58%
Slightly more girls (55-60% female)
11129519%6379%5458%1276240%204224118817%
Coordinated Services
5%
www.equityandinclusion.emory.edu/access/index.html
193336819.04%
Very large biology major (15-45% of degrees)
209
No Zoology/Animal Science Majors