50-50 Profile: University of North Carolina at Asheville

University of North Carolina at Asheville Campus

University of North Carolina at Asheville -Public

Asheville, North Carolina
3,852 (3,826 undergraduates)
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2017-18 Accepted: 80%
4 Year Graduation Rate: 42%
5 Year Graduation Rate: 59%
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What you need to know on how to pay for college at University of North Carolina at Asheville

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Scholarships
Total Expenses In-State: $19,915
Total Expenses Out-of-State: $36.638
Average Net Price 16-17: $12,235
Freshman Non-Federal Loans: 6%
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75th PERCENTILE TEST SCORES

SAT EBRW: 650
SAT Math: 610
ACT: 28
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Common Data Set

Percent Freshman not in top quarter of class: 56%
Percent Freshman with GPA <3.50: 59%
Percent of Freshman Need Met: 78%
Percent of Non-Need Freshman Receiving Awards: 25.3%
Average Freshman Non-Need Award: $2,066

Class Schedule: Yes
Shows Class Capacity: Yes
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Athletics

NCAA D1, Big South Conference

University of North Carolina at Asheville athletic teams

Reasons to consider University of North Carolina at Asheville:

Honors Program
Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges
Liberal Arts Core
Undergraduate Research Program
Center for Craft, Creativity & Design
Great Smokies Writing Program
Disability Cultural Center
Pisgah Astronomical Research and Science Education Center
National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center
McCullough Institute for Conservation, Land Use and Environmental Resiliency
Center for Jewish Studies

Honors Program,
Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges,
Liberal Arts Core,
Undergraduate Research Program,
Center for Craft, Creativity & Design,
Great Smokies Writing Program,
Disability Cultural Center,
Pisgah Astronomical Research and Science Education Center,
National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center,
McCullough Institute for Conservation, Land Use and Environmental Resiliency,
Center for Jewish Studies

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