Thursday, July 13, 2017

Best Cheap Universities in Arizona State

1. Arizona State University-TempeLocated in Tempe, Arizona
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 82.9%
Total Enrolled Students: 51,984
Incoming Freshmen: 8,348
Composite ACT Range (25th - 75th): 23 - 28
In-State Tuition: $10,158 United States Dollars
Out-of-State Tuition: $25,458 United States Dollars

Admissions
Relatively easy to get in (82.9% acceptance rate)
Very Competitive average SAT (1725 out of 2400)
Cost & Aid
Relatively affordable in-state tuition ($10,158 United States Dollars)
Expensive out-of-state tuition ($25,458 United States Dollars)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (85%)
Graduation Rate & Salary
Relatively high graduation rate (59% in 6 years)
Relatively high median salary 10 years after graduation ($45,100 United States Dollars)
Academics
Very wide program selection (181 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Business Administration and Management, General
- Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering
Student Body & Faculty
One of the largest universities (51,984 undergrad & grad students)
One of the largest undergrad populations (41,828 students)
More in-state students: 56% (44% nonresident)
More male students (57% male - 43% female)
Very high student-faculty ratio (23:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Michael M. Crow
Locale
Locale type: midsize city
Very hot summer (88°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (55°F average)

2. Arizona State University-WestLocated in Glendale, Arizona
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 75.5%
Total Enrolled Students: 3,619
Incoming Freshmen: 322
Composite ACT Range (25th - 75th): 21 - 27
In-State Tuition: $9,684 United States Dollars
Out-of-State Tuition: $24,219 United States Dollars

Admissions
Relatively easy to get in (75.5% acceptance rate)
Competitive average SAT (1612 out of 2400)
Cost & Aid
Relatively inexpensive in-state tuition ($9,684 United States Dollars)
Relatively expensive out-of-state tuition ($24,219 United States Dollars)
Very high percent of freshmen receive grants (88%)
Graduation Rate
Relatively high graduation rate (55% in 6 years)
Academics
Decent program selection (38 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Psychology, General
- Speech Communication and Rhetoric
- Biology/Biological Sciences, General

Student Body & Faculty
Large university (3,619 undergrad & grad students)
Very large undergrad population (3,236 students)
Mostly in-state students: 69% (31% nonresident)
Female dominant school (61% female - 39% male)
Relatively low student-faculty ratio (12:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Michael M. Crow
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very hot summer (90°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (55°F average)

3. Arizona State University-Polytechnic
Located in Mesa, Arizona
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 79.5%
Total Enrolled Students: 4,078
Incoming Freshmen: 486
Composite SAT Range: 1515 - 1845
In-State Tuition: $9,684 United States Dollars
Out-of-State Tuition: $24,219 United States Dollars

Admissions
Relatively easy to get in (79.5% acceptance rate)
Very Competitive average SAT (1680 out of 2400)

Cost & Aid
Relatively inexpensive in-state tuition ($9,684 United States Dollars)
Relatively expensive out-of-state tuition ($24,219 United States Dollars)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (85%)
Graduation Rate
Relatively high graduation rate (55% in 6 years)

Academics
Decent program selection (44 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Biology/Biological Sciences, General
- Engineering, General
- Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology/Technician

Student Body & Faculty
Very large university (4,078 undergrad & grad students)
Very large undergrad population (3,680 students)
More in-state students: 56% (44% nonresident)
Significantly male dominant school (71% male - 29% female)
High student-faculty ratio (18:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Michael M. Crow
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very hot summer (90°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (54°F average)

4. University of Arizona
Located in Tucson, Arizona
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 76.4%
Total Enrolled Students: 42,595
Incoming Freshmen: 8,037
In-State Tuition: $11,403 United States Dollars
Out-of-State Tuition: $32,630 United States Dollars

Admissions
Relatively easy to get in (76.4% acceptance rate)

Cost & Aid
Relatively affordable in-state tuition ($11,403 United States Dollars)
Very expensive out-of-state tuition ($32,630 United States Dollars)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (76%)
Graduation Rate & Salary
High graduation rate (61% in 6 years)
Relatively high median salary 10 years after graduation ($44,000 United States Dollars)

Academics
Very wide program selection (198 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Psychology, General
- Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, General
- Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse

Student Body & Faculty
One of the largest universities (42,595 undergrad & grad students)
One of the largest undergrad populations (33,331 students)
Slightly more in-state students: 52% (48% nonresident)
Balanced gender ratio (52% female - 48% male)
Very high student-faculty ratio (22:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Ann Weaver Hart
Institutional information: University Of Arizona in Tucson AZ

Locale
Locale type: large city
Very hot summer (86°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (54°F average)

5. Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix
Located in Phoenix, Arizona
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 78.5%
Total Enrolled Students: 10,952
Incoming Freshmen: 1,234
Composite ACT Range (25th - 75th): 21 - 26
In-State Tuition: $10,158 United States Dollars
Out-of-State Tuition: $25,458 United States Dollars

Admissions
Relatively easy to get in (78.5% acceptance rate)
Competitive average SAT (1605 out of 2400)

Cost & Aid
Relatively affordable in-state tuition ($10,158 United States Dollars)
Expensive out-of-state tuition ($25,458 United States Dollars)
Very high percent of freshmen receive grants (93%)
Graduation Rate
Relatively low graduation rate (47% in 6 years)

Academics
Wide program selection (51 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Social Work
- Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
- Journalism, Other

Student Body & Faculty
Very large university (10,952 undergrad & grad students)
Very large undergrad population (9,175 students)
More in-state students: 57% (43% nonresident)
Significantly female dominant school (67% female - 33% male)
Very high student-faculty ratio (21:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Michael M. Crow

Locale
Locale type: large city
Very hot summer (93°F average)

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