professional socioeconomics of attendees are middle class students and upper

Professional socioeconomics of attendees are middle

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professional, socioeconomics of attendees are middle-class students and upper-class students, 17% admitted are 1st generation college students Expenses: Tuition: $56,225/yr in and out of state, room and board- $15,400 books and supplies- $1,200 personal expenses- $1,450, 64% receive financial assistance Financial Aid: $570 million awarded in financial aid, athletic & academic scholarships- full-ride or varies, other scholarships- $1,000-$55,000, average loan amount- $7,747/yr, average grant award for undergrads- $49,835 Application: SAT and ACT required; 1360-1510 SAT score, 30-34 ACT score, letters of recommendation, transcript, personal statement/essay required Acceptance Statistics- 16% acceptance rate, 3.76- avg. gpa of accepted freshman, AP tests can be accepted for credit in general ed classes Ethnic and gender breakdown: 39.4%-white 20.7%-asian 14.2-international (non-citizen) 13.9- hispanic/latino 4.4%-african american/black 0.3%-other 7.2%-ethnicity unknown 9,874 women (51.5%), 9.296 (48.5%) men
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Deadlines: SAT/ACT due February 20, Regular Admission Deadline January 15, Regular Admission Notification April 1, Accept Offer of Admission May 1 No early decision/action applications Personal: Top-notch biological field, springboard to career of choice, Boasts one of the top dentistry programs in the country- Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC Hesitations- Lack of acceptance to the school, cost of attendance
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  • Spring '11
  • mrskane
  • University of Southern California

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