50-50 Profile: Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

Slippery Rock University campus
Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania -Public

Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania
8,803 (7,517 undergraduates)
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Full ride scholarship available

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2018-19 Accepted: 73%
4 Year Graduation Rate: 50%
5 Year Graduation Rate: 64%
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What you need to know on how to pay for college at Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

COLLEGE FINANCIAL AID INDICATORS

Scholarships
Total Expenses In-State: $25,147
Total Expenses Out-of-State: $29,005
Average Net Price 17-18: $17,617
Freshman Non-Federal Loans: 22%
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75th PERCENTILE TEST SCORES

SAT EBRW: 590
SAT Math: 580
ACT: 25
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Common Data Set

Percent Freshman not in top quarter of class: 54%
Percent Freshman with GPA <3.50: 48.8%
Percent of Freshman Need Met: 55.9%
Percent of Non-Need Freshman Receiving Awards: 43.3%
Average Freshman Non-Need Award: $2,515
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Class Schedule: Yes
Shows Class Capacity: Yes
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Athletics

NCAA D2, Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference

Slippery Rock University athletic teams table

Reasons to consider Slippery Rock University:

Honors Program
Emerging Leadership Experience Program
Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator
Miller Nature Tract
Storm Harbor Equestrian Center
Center for Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing
Center for Sustainable Systems Education and Research
Kaleidoscope Arts Festival
Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative
Stone House Center for Public Humanities

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Honors Program,
First-Year Leader Scholar Program,
Co-Curricular Experience Program,
Miller Nature Tract,
Storm Harbor Equestrian Center,
Sustainable Enterprise Accelerator,
Center for Cybersecurity and Advanced Computing,
Center for Sustainable Systems Education and Research,
Kaleidoscope Arts Festival,
Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative,
Stone House Center for Public Humanities

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