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Yale University

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Yale University is a Private nonprofit institution located in New Haven, CT. The school... has approximately 5742 undergraduate students. The school offers students 4-year degree opportunities. The average family income of students that are attending this school is $80,258. The average age of students entering Yale University is 20. The most popular programs at the Yale University are: Social Sciences (26%), Biological And Biomedical Sciences (11%), History (8%), Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (7%) and Engineering (7%).

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Below is what you can expect to pay if you are attending the Yale University.

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Average Cost for Students on Financial Aid
Cost for Students on Financial Aid by Family Income

Depending on the fedaral, state, or institutional grant aid available, students in your income bracket may pay more or less than the overall average costs.

Family Income Average Cost
$0 - $30,000 $4,978
$30,001 - $48,000 $4,392
$48,001 - $75,000 $6,986
$75,001 - $110,000 $13,223
$110,000 + $35,873

Below is a detailed breakdown of the student body at the Yale University.

5,742 Undergraduate Students

Male Students: 50%

Female Students: 50%

100% Full Time / < 1% Part Time

Average Age of Entry : 20

Low Income Students: 14%

Race / Ethnicity

The test scores below show the average of all students that have been accepted at the Yale University.

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The average student can expect to graduate from the Yale University with the amount of debt stated below.

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The graduation rate at the Yale University is displayed as a percentage of students admitted.

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Students who Return after their First Year

Below is a list of the degree programs that are offered at the Yale University.

Bachelor Degrees
  • Natural Resources and Conservation
  • Architecture and Related Services
  • Area, Ethnic, Cultural, Gender, and Group Studies
  • Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services
  • Engineering

Most Popular Programs
  • Social Sciences (26%)
  • Biological And Biomedical Sciences (11%)
  • History (8%)
  • Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies (7%)
  • Engineering (7%)