University of Florida Comparison

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Overview

Florida
Location Gainesville, FL
Setting Midsize City
Enrollment 53,372
Type Public 4 Year
National Ranking #69
Religious Affiliation -
Status Non-profit
Website ufl.edu
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Costs

Florida
Tuition (In State) $4,477
Tuition (Out of State) $25,694
Room & Board $10,590
Avg Net Price $10,075
Avg Grant Aid $11,962
% Receiving Grant Aid 91%

Admission

Florida
Applied 48,193
Admitted 15,002
Acceptance Rate 31.1%
Enrolled % 42.2%
Avg High School GPA 3.88
Typical High School Grades A-
Admissions Standards Exceptional
Applicant Competition High
ACT Range 29/33
SAT Range 1290/1460
Submit Test Scores Required
Application Deadline Nov 1, 2022

Academics

Florida
Student to Faculty Ratio 17:1
Popular Majors
  • Social Sciences (14%)
  • Business (12%)
  • Engineering (11%)
  • Health Professions (7%)
  • Biology (7%)

Outcomes

Florida
Graduation Rate 84%
Median Earnings (After 10 years) $62,600
Making Student Loan Payments 68%
Median Student Loan Debt $15,815
Median Loan Payment $163

Diversity

Florida
% Men 43%
% Women 57%
Racial Diversity High
HBCU No
% White 57%
% Black 6%
% Hispanic 21%
% Native American 0%
% Pacific Islander 1%
% Two or More Races 3%
% International 1%
% Unknown Race 3%

Students

Florida
% In-State 81%
% Out-of-State 13%

Campus

Florida
Campus Housing Yes
Freshman Dorm Required No
Meal Plan Yes
Weekend/Evening Classes Yes
Daycare Facility Yes
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Sources: U.S. Department of Education https://nces.ed.gov IPEDS and College Scorecard https://collegescorecard.ed.gov/