50-50 Profile: Birmingham Southern College

Birmingham Southern College campus

Birmingham Southern College-Private

Birmingham, Alabama
1,283 (all undergraduates)
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Offers full-ride scholarshps

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2017-18 Accepted: 62%
4 Year Graduation Rate: 58%
5 Year Graduation Rate: 64%
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Scholarships
2017-18 Total Expenses: $34,400
Average Net Price 16-17: $23,846
Freshman Non-Federal Loans: 5%
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75th PERCENTILE TEST SCORES

SAT EBRW: 630
SAT Math: 630
ACT: 29
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Percent Freshman not in top quarter of class: 46% (Big Future)
Percent Freshman with GPA <3.50: 66% (Big Future)
Percent of Freshman Need Met: 74% (College Data)
Percent of Non-Need Freshman Receiving Awards: 95%
Average Freshman Non-$22,455 (College Data)

Class Schedule: Yes
Shows Class Capacity: Yes
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Athletics

NCAA D3, Southern Athletic Association

Birmingham-Southern College athletic teams

Reasons to consider Birmingham Southern College:

Harrison Honors Program
First-Year Leadership Challenge
Entrepreneurship Scholars Program
Charles B. Vail College Fellows Program
Foreign Languages Across the Curriculum
January Term
Urban Environmental Studies Program
Southern Environmental Center
Distinction in Leadership Studies program
Hess Fellows Advocacy and Poverty Internships
Krulak Institute for Leadership, Experiential Learning, and Civic Engagement

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Harrison Honors Program,
First-Year Leadership Challenge,
Entrepreneurship Scholars Program,
Charles B. Vail College Fellows Program,
Foreign Languages Across the Curriculum,
January Term,
Urban Environmental Studies Program,
Southern Environmental Center,
Distinction in Leadership Studies program,
Hess Fellows Advocacy Internships,
Krulak Institute for Leadership, Experiential Learning, and Civic Engagement

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