Clemson University (Clemson, SC) – Best Values in Colleges
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Overall Ranking: 217
Public Colleges Ranking: 54 (out of state)
Public Colleges Ranking: 51 (in state)

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ACADEMIC QUALITY

Freshmen who submitted SAT 39%
Freshmen who submitted ACT 61%

SAT Critical Reading Score

700+22%
600-69962%
600+84%

SAT Math Score

700+28%
600-69951%
600+79%

ACT Score

30-3649%
24-2946%
24+95%

Students applied26,241
Students admitted12,380
Admission rate47%

Students per faculty16

4-year graduation rate59%

ANNUAL COSTS

In State

Tuition$13,702
Fees$1,268
Room and board$10,832
Estimated book expense$1,392
Total cost$27,194

Cost after need-based aid$18,011
Cost after non-need-based aid$22,123

Average debt at graduation$30,201

Out of State

Tuition$35,056
Fees$1,668
Room and board$10,832
Estimated book expense$1,392
Total cost$48,948

Cost after need-based aid$39,765
Cost after non-need-based aid$43,877

SALARY DATA

Salary yardstick #$52,400

FINANCIAL AID

% of aid need met54%
Average need-based aid$9,183
Average non-need-based aid$5,071

STUDENT BODY

Total enrollment19,402

Full-Time

Men9,544
Women9,098

Part-Time

Men444
Women316

Freshmen retained93%


# - Based on the median earnings of workers who started at a particular college 10 years earlier and who received federal financial aid. The data don't consider whether the student graduated or went on to graduate school.
† - Percentage of all undergraduates without need who received non-need-based aid.
‡ - Number of students who received non-need-based aid is less than 0.5%.
§ - For non-Mormons; $14,096 for Mormons.
* - All admitted students received a four-year tuition scholarship of $39,400 for the 2018-19 academic year.
& - Includes fees, room and board and estimated book expense.
NA - Not available.
NR – Not ranked.

SOURCES - Peterson's Databases (© 2019 Peterson's LLC. All rights reserved.), U.S. Department of Education College Scorecard.

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