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Private 4 Year

Judson College Comparisons

Marion, Alabama

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Curious how Judson College stacks up against other colleges? Compare Judson College to any three other US colleges using the College Simply compare tool, or compare with some of the pre-selected schools below.

Compare with Alabama Public Colleges

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The University of Alabama

$6,460 lower in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


A
Auburn University

$7,160 lower in-state tuition
29% higher acceptance rate


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University of South Alabama

$9,344 lower in-state tuition
17% higher acceptance rate


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University of Alabama at Birmingham

$8,672 lower in-state tuition
25% higher acceptance rate


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University of Alabama at Huntsville

$7,510 lower in-state tuition
21% higher acceptance rate


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University of Montevallo

$5,150 lower in-state tuition
5% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Public Colleges

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Florida State University

$13,218 lower in-state tuition
24% lower acceptance rate


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Clemson University

$3,122 lower in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


G
University of Georgia

$7,450 lower in-state tuition
8% lower acceptance rate


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The University of Tennessee

$5,908 lower in-state tuition
22% higher acceptance rate


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Kennesaw State University

$13,162 lower in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


G
Georgia State University

$10,082 lower in-state tuition
26% higher acceptance rate


G
Georgia Institute of Technology Main Campus

$6,982 lower in-state tuition
35% lower acceptance rate


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Mississippi State University

$8,440 lower in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


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Louisiana State University

$9,202 lower in-state tuition
17% higher acceptance rate


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North Georgia College & State University

$13,358 lower in-state tuition
0% higher acceptance rate


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University of North Carolina at Asheville

$13,118 lower in-state tuition
23% higher acceptance rate


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Louisiana Tech University

$10,839 lower in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


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Tennessee Technological University

$8,882 lower in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


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University of New Orleans

$11,150 lower in-state tuition
27% higher acceptance rate


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Southern Polytechnic State University

$12,823 lower in-state tuition
23% higher acceptance rate


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Mississippi University for Women

$9,815 lower in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Private Colleges

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Vanderbilt University

$35,541 higher in-state tuition
44% lower acceptance rate


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Emory University

$35,830 higher in-state tuition
37% lower acceptance rate


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Tulane University

$37,526 higher in-state tuition
45% lower acceptance rate


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Mercer University

$20,268 higher in-state tuition
22% higher acceptance rate


B
Belmont University

$18,070 higher in-state tuition
27% higher acceptance rate


R
Rhodes College

$33,360 higher in-state tuition
5% lower acceptance rate


H
Harding University

$3,760 higher in-state tuition
1% lower acceptance rate


F
Furman University

$34,472 higher in-state tuition
9% higher acceptance rate


L
Lipscomb University

$14,840 higher in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


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Oglethorpe University

$23,640 higher in-state tuition
11% higher acceptance rate


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Millsaps College

$21,360 higher in-state tuition
14% higher acceptance rate


M
Mississippi College

$960 higher in-state tuition
27% lower acceptance rate


S
Sewanee The University of the South

$30,468 higher in-state tuition
0% higher acceptance rate


C
Covenant College

$18,430 higher in-state tuition
42% higher acceptance rate


U
Union University

$16,240 higher in-state tuition
2% higher acceptance rate


T
Trevecca Nazarene University

$8,758 higher in-state tuition
7% higher acceptance rate


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William Carey University

$4,640 lower in-state tuition
1% lower acceptance rate


A
Aquinas College

$4,110 higher in-state tuition
16% lower acceptance rate


W
Williams Baptist College

$140 lower in-state tuition
13% higher acceptance rate


F
Freed Hardeman University

$5,710 higher in-state tuition
25% higher acceptance rate


S
Southern Adventist University

$4,820 higher in-state tuition
18% higher acceptance rate


Compare with National Colleges

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Westmont College

$29,740 higher in-state tuition
14% higher acceptance rate


D
DePauw University

$34,496 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


S
Sarah Lawrence College

$38,780 higher in-state tuition
1% lower acceptance rate


S
Soka University of America

$15,010 higher in-state tuition
4% lower acceptance rate


A
Allegheny College

$33,240 higher in-state tuition
17% higher acceptance rate


U
Ursinus College

$37,970 higher in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


H
Holy Cross College

$14,760 higher in-state tuition
21% higher acceptance rate


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Southern Virginia University

$456 higher in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


H
Hobart William Smith Colleges

$40,160 higher in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


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Wheaton College

$38,664 higher in-state tuition
21% higher acceptance rate


C
Centre College

$27,060 higher in-state tuition
16% higher acceptance rate


W
Wabash College

$27,760 higher in-state tuition
7% higher acceptance rate


E
Earlham College

$29,866 higher in-state tuition
3% higher acceptance rate


L
Lawrence University

$33,418 higher in-state tuition
13% higher acceptance rate


S
St Louis College of Pharmacy

$12,307 higher in-state tuition
22% higher acceptance rate


A
Asbury University

$14,220 higher in-state tuition
19% higher acceptance rate


T
Thomas Aquinas College

$8,760 higher in-state tuition
30% higher acceptance rate


K
The King's College

$19,760 higher in-state tuition
17% lower acceptance rate


S
Southern California Institute of Architecture

$30,838 higher in-state tuition
11% higher acceptance rate


K
Knox College

$31,945 higher in-state tuition
15% higher acceptance rate


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Maranatha Baptist Bible College

$840 lower in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


C
Central Bible College

$4,828 lower in-state tuition
44% higher acceptance rate


F
Faith Baptist Bible College and Theological Seminary

$250 lower in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate