Louisville Magazine

NOV 2018

Louisville Magazine is Louisville's city magazine, covering Louisville people, lifestyles, politics, sports, restaurants, entertainment and homes. Includes a monthly calendar of events.

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Colleges This guide to area colleges includes information on many of the four-year undergraduate colleges and universities within a 200- mile radius of Louisville, as well as listings of some local technical and community colleges. Tuition and room/board are annual amounts unless otherwise specified. (In) refers to in-state tuition, (Out) to out-of-state tuition. Applied, Admitted, Enrolled: Number of applicants, number admitted and number that enrolled in the most recent freshman class. Average H.S. GPA: Average grade-point average of incoming freshmen. ACT and SAT: The range of the middle 50 percent of scores of students accepted for the most recent freshman class. If only one score is given, that is the average score of incoming freshmen. (RW) stands for reading and writing and (M) for mathematics. Undergraduates: Number of full-time undergraduate students enrolled at the school's main campus. Earn bachelor's degree: Percentage of enrolled freshmen who, on average, complete a bachelor's degree. Out-of-state students: Percentage of out-of-state resident students. Non-white: Percentage of non-white students. Receive aid: Percentage of students who receive institutional financial aid. Live off-campus and Greek: Percentage of students who live off-campus and percentage of students who are members of fraternities or sororities. Top majors: The most popular majors at that school. For Technical/Community Colleges: Job Placement, Career Advising, On-site Tutoring, Evening Courses and Weekend Courses: A "Yes" or "No" indicates whether the school provides these services to students.

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