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Pomona CollegeClaremont, CA
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National UniversityLa Jolla, CA
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Rankings*
#43 in Federal Region IX Universities
Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Baccalaureate College - Arts & Sciences
School TypePrivate (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Master's College and University (larger programs)
Offered Degrees
Bachelor'sOffered Degree1 Year Certificate, Associate, Bachelor's, Post-BS Certificate, Master's, Post-MS Certificate
Tuition & Fees
expensive$54,774Undergraduate Tuitioncheaper$13,320
-Graduate Tuition$15,480
More$45,628Average Financial Aid AmountLess$5,783
Admission
Higher1,465 SAT
34 ACT
Test ScoresLower960 SAT-
Tighter9%Acceptance RateEasier89%
Favorable54%Yield
(Enrollment Rate)
Lower16%
High School Record (or Transcript)
Completion of College Preparatory Program
Recommendations
TOEFL
Application Requirements
(Required or Recommended to submit)
High School GPA
TOEFL
Advanced placement (AP) CreditsAccepted CreditsDual Credits
Advanced placement (AP) Credits
Credits for Life Experiences
Credit for Military Training
Enrollment
Smaller1,475Total EnrollmentLarger18,070
Smaller1,475Undergraduate Student PopulationLarger8,441
-Graduate Student Population9,629
-Online Student Population4,683
Completion & Outcomes
Higher94%Graduate RateLower47%
-Transfer-out Rate7%
Higher97%Retention RateLower50%
Special Learning Opportunity
Study AbroadSpecial learning OpportunityROTC
Evening/Weekend College
Teacher Certificate
✔ (Dormitory Capacity: 1,542)Campus Housing
✔ (Typical Annual Charge: $7,050)Board/Meal Plan
Faculties
Less Students per Faculty7 to 1Student to Faculty RatioMore Students per Faculty19 to 1
267Number of faculties2,504
Higher$123,422Average Faculty SalaryLower$92,612
*Ranking data is from College Evaluator.