50-50 Profile: Rutgers University-New Brunswick

 Rutgers University New Brunswick campus
Rutgers University-New Brunswick -Public

New Brunswick, New Jersey
49,428 (35,484 undergraduates)
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Full ride scholarship available


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2015-16 Accepted: 58%
4 Year Graduation Rate: 58%
5 Year Graduation Rate: 77%
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Total Expenses In-State: $30,995
Total Expenses Out-of-State: $46,646
Average Net Price 14-15: $15,869
Freshman Non-Federal Loans: 6%
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SAT RW: 700
SAT Math: 730
ACT: not reported
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Percent Freshman not in top quarter of class: 26%
Percent Freshman with GPA <3.50: not reported
Percent of Freshman Need Met: 57%
Percent of Non-Need Freshman Receiving Awards: 4.7%
Average Freshman Non-Need Award: $9,586

Class Schedule: Yes
Shows Class Capacity: No
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NCAA D1, Big 10 Conference

Rutgers University New Brunswick athletic teams

Reasons to consider Rutgers University (learn more):

Honors College
Aresty Research Center
Summer Science Program
Center for Innovative Ventures of Emerging Technologies
Journalism Research Institute
Fusion Ecology Lab
Byrne Seminar
Signature Courses
Whitcomb Center for Research in Financial Services
Fiber Optic Materials Research Program
Voorhees Center for Civic Engagement
Center for Market Advantage
Center for American Women and Politics
Ceramic, Composite and Optical Materials Center
Equine Science Center
Center for Deep-Sea Ecology and BiotechnologySave

Honors College,
Aresty Research Center,
Summer Science Program,
Center for Innovative Ventures of Emerging Technologies,
Journalism Research Institute,
Fusion Ecology Lab,
Byrne Seminar,
Signature Courses,
Whitcomb Center for Research in Financial Services,
Fiber Optic Materials Research Program,
Voorhees Center for Civic Engagement,
Center for Market Advantage,
Center for American Women and Politics,
Ceramic, Composite and Optical Materials Center,
Equine Science Center

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