Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Cheap Colleges Universities in San Francisco

1. University of San Francisco
Located in San Francisco, California
Admissions
Slightly challenging to get in (64.4% acceptance rate)
Very Competitive average SAT (1735 out of 2400)

Cost & Aid
Extremely expensive tuition ($42,634 USD)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (72%)
Graduation Rate & Salary
High graduation rate (69% in 6 years)
Very high median salary 10 years after graduation ($60,300 USD)

Academics
Wide program selection (86 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Business Administration and Management, General
- Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse
- Law

Student Body & Faculty
Very large university (10,797 undergrad & grad students)
Very large undergrad population (6,782 students)
More in-state students: 58% (42% nonresident)
Female dominant school (63% female - 37% male)
Relatively low student-faculty ratio (14:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Private (Not-for-Profit) institution
President: Paul J. Fitzgerald, S.J.
Institutional information: University Of San Francisco in San Francisco CA
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very cool summer temperature (61°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (52°F average)

2.San Francisco State University
Located in San Francisco, California
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 67.9%
Total Enrolled Students: 30,256
Incoming Freshmen: 4,276
Composite SAT Range (25th - 75th): 1290 - 1635 (out of 2400)
In-State Tuition: $6,476 USD
Out-of-State Tuition: $17,636 USD

Admissions
Slightly challenging to get in (67.9% acceptance rate)
Low average SAT (1462 out of 2400)

Cost & Aid
Relatively inexpensive in-state tuition ($6,476 USD)
Relatively affordable out-of-state tuition ($17,636 USD)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (72%)
Graduation Rate & Salary
Relatively low graduation rate (45% in 6 years)
High median salary 10 years after graduation ($47,200 USD)

Academics
Very wide program selection (105 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Business Administration and Management, General
- Biology/Biological Sciences, General
- Psychology, General
Student Body & Faculty
One of the largest universities (30,256 undergrad & grad students)
One of the largest undergrad populations (26,906 students)
Mostly in-state students: 97% (3% nonresident)
More female students (57% female - 43% male)
Extremely high student-faculty ratio (25:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Public institution
President: Leslie Wong
Institutional information: San Francisco State University in San Francisco CA
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very cool summer temperature (58°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (52°F average)

3. San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Located in San Francisco, California
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 46.7%
Total Enrolled Students: 379
Incoming Freshmen: 33
Tuition: $42,210 USD
Admissions
Very difficult to get in (46.7% acceptance rate)
Cost & Aid
Extremely expensive tuition ($42,210 USD)
Very high percent of freshmen receive grants (98%)
Graduation Rate
High graduation rate (64% in 6 years)

Academics
Limited program selection (9 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Stringed Instruments
- Voice and Opera
- Keyboard Instruments
Student Body & Faculty
Very small university (379 undergrad & grad students)
Very small undergrad population (158 students)
Nonresident dominant school: 68% nonresident (32% in-state)
Balanced gender ratio (52% female - 48% male)
Great student-faculty ratio (7:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Private (Not-for-Profit) institution
President: David Stull
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very cool summer temperature (61°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (52°F average)


4.California College of the Arts
Located in San Francisco, California
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 68.5%
Total Enrolled Students: 1,975
Incoming Freshmen: 241
Tuition: $43,708 USD
Admissions
Mildly challenging to get in (68.5% acceptance rate)
Cost & Aid
Extremely expensive tuition ($43,708 USD)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (85%)
Graduation Rate & Salary
High graduation rate (62% in 6 years)
Low median salary 10 years after graduation ($33,300 USD)

Academics
Decent program selection (26 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Fine and Studio Arts Management
- Fine/Studio Arts, General
- Architecture
Student Body & Faculty
Average size university (1,975 undergrad & grad students)
Average size undergrad population (1,520 students)
Female dominant school (62% female - 38% male)
Low student-faculty ratio (9:1)
Institution
Semester calendar
Private (Not-for-Profit) institution
President: Stephen Beal
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very cool summer temperature (61°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (52°F average)

5.Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-San Francisco
Located in San Francisco, California
Undergraduate Acceptance Rate: 48%
Total Enrolled Students: 395
Incoming Freshmen: 74
Tuition: $29,930 USD
Admissions
Difficult to get in (48% acceptance rate)
Cost & Aid
Very expensive tuition ($29,930 USD)
High percent of freshmen receive grants (69%)
Salary
Low median salary 10 years after graduation ($35,400 USD)

Academics
Limited program selection (6 programs)
Most popular majors:
- Fashion Merchandising
- Design and Visual Communications, General
- Fashion/Apparel Design
Student Body & Faculty
Very small college (395 students, all undergraduate)
Mostly in-state students: 97% (3% nonresident)
Significantly female dominant school (91% female - 9% male)
Very high student-faculty ratio (21:1)
Institution
Quarter calendar
Private (For-Profit) institution
President: Tonian Hohberg
Locale
Locale type: large city
Very cool summer temperature (61°F average)
Chilly autumn-like winter (52°F average)

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4 comments:

  1. Nice Post and great colleges collection for price rate but I think there are many colleges with reasonable cost and you mentioned only 5 you must include some more cheap and good colleges to make a batter choice.

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