Acceptance Rate 76 %
SAT Average 1,135
Tuition & Fees $34,526
Student Population 4,291
Average Financial Aid Amount Received $21,058
Gannon University is a private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years institute located in Erie, Pennsylvania. It is a Master's College and University (larger programs) by Carnegie Classification and its highest degree is Doctor's degree - research/scholarship and professional practice. The 2021 tuition & fees are $34,526 for undergraduate students. The school offers both undergraduate and graduate programs and a total of 4,291 students are enrolled. The acceptance rate of undergraduate school is 76% and the graduation rate is 68% last year.
The salary after graduation from Gannon University varies by major programs where the average earning after 10 years is $55,100. You can check the average salary by the major programs on the area of study page.
For undergraduate school, in the academic year 2020-2021, tuition and fees of Gannon University are $34,526. For graduate schools, its 2021 tuition and fees are $20,660 on average.
The following chart illustrates the 2021 key academic statistics at Gannon. The acceptance rate of Gannon is 76% and the yield (enrollment rate) is 21%. The average graduation rate is 68% and the transfer-out rate is 22%. The average received amount of financial aid is $21,058 and 82% of undergraduate students received grants or scholarship aid. A total of 4,291 students is attending including both undergraduate and graduate students, and the student to faculty ratio is 13 to 1.
Acceptance Rate for Gannon University is 76 %.
Graduation Rate for Gannon University is 68 %
Transfer-out Rate for Gannon University is 22 %
Retention Rate for Gannon University is 83 %
Student Population for Gannon University is 4,291
Student to Faculty Ratio for Gannon University is 13 to 1
Student to Faculty Ratio
13 to 1
The average received amount of financial aid is $21,058 at Gannon University.
Financial Aid Amount
Gannon offers 106 major programs through online and on-site education where 14 programs are available through distance learning. The following table lists the number of programs by offered degree with online class availabilities.
|Award Level||Total Number of Programs||Available Online Class|
|Less than one year certificate||2||0|
|Post Bachelor's Degree||4||2|
|Post Master's Degree||6||3|
|Doctor's degree - research/scholarship||1||0|
|Doctor's degree - professional practice||3||2|
Gannon University offers online education (distance learning opportunities) for both undergraduate and graduate programs. The school provides ROTC, teacher certification and study abroad - opportunity which a student completes part of the college program studying in another country programs to its students. It also offers weekend/evening classes which is a program that allows students to take a complete course of study and attend classes only on weekends or only in evenings.
|Online Class||Undergraduate , Graduate|
(Typical Annual Charge: $5,960)
Gannon University has programs, benefits and/or services to veterans, military service members, or their families.
|Yellow Ribbon Program|
(officially known as Post-9/11 GI Bill, Yellow Ribbon Program)
|Credit for military training||✔|
|Dedicated point of contact for support services for veterans, military service members, and their families||✔|
|Recognized student veteran organization||✗|
|Member of Servicemembers Opportunity Colleges||✔|
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