University of Mary Washington

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Editorial Review


WEB SITE:
 
http://www.mwc.edu/

ADMISSIONS E-MAIL:
 
mmejia@mwc.edu

TUITION, FEES AND AID
 

In State: $3674


Out of State:$9198

Room/Board: $5158

Required Fees: $n/a

Tuition Notes:

Students Receiving Any Type of Aid: 1410


Students Receiving Non-Need Based Aid: 295


Average Aid Package: $5230

SCHOOL NICKNAME
 
Eagles


CAMPUS SETTING
 
Suburban


AFFILIATION
 

Public


SCHOOL TYPE
 

Coed

SELECTIVITY 


Number of Students Applied: 4591

Number of Students Admitted: 2417

Number of Students Enrolled: 813

ENROLLMENT 


UNDERGRADUATES

Full-Time Total: 3104

Full-Time Men: 1023

Full-Time Women: 2081

Part-Time Total: 666


Part-Time Men: 207

Part-Time Women: 459


BY RACE/ETHNICITY

African/ African American: 162

Asian/ Asian American: 123

Hispanic/ Hispanic/Latino: 67

Native American: 12

White: 3228

Race Unknown: 0

International Students: 4


GRADUATE STUDENTS

Graduate Total: n/a

Graduate Men: n/a

Graduate Women: n/a


MOST POPULAR MAJORS 

No. 1: Business (14% of Students Enrolled)

No. 2: English (13%)


No. 3: Psychology (10%)

No. 4: Biology (10%)

No. 5: History (5%)

OTHER 

Out of State: n/a%

Living Off Campus/Commuting: 30%

Percentage of Students Over 25 Years Old: 13%


Fraternity: 0%

Sorority: 0%


FACULTY 

Full-Time Faculty: 176

Part-Time Faculty: 66


SCHOOL CALENDAR 


Semester

SPECIAL PROGRAMS  

Student-designed majors, internships, study abroad


TEST SCORES AND CLASS RANK  

Average Math SAT: 590


Average Verbal SAT: 608

Average GPA: 3.61

Students From Top 10% of HS Graduating Class: 44%

Students From Top 25% of HS Graduating Class: 82%

Students From Top 50% of HS Graduating Class: 99%

GRADUATE SCHOOL AND EMPLOYMENT 


Students Continuing to Graduate School Within a Year: 35%


Students Accepting Job Offer at Time of Graduation: n/a%

Students Accepting Job Offer 6 Months After Graduation: 60%

CAREER SERVICES 

Services Offered by Career Center:
Career counseling, resume writing/ interview skills workshops, employer fair, on-campus recruiting


Companies Recruiting on Campus: 64



FAMOUS ALUMNI 


Lynn Bragg (commissioner, U.S. International Trade Commission)

SPORTS AND ACTIVITIES 

ROTC:
None


Campus Events:
Homecoming, Junior Ring Week, Halloween Celebration, Grill on the Hill, Senior Graduation Ball, Devil Goat Day, Fall Formal


Men's Intercollegiate Sports:
Basketball, baseball, cross country, horseback riding, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field, crew

Women's Intercollegiate Sports:
Basketball, cross country, field hockey, horseback riding, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, crew


Newspaper: The Bullet


Newspaper Web Site:

CAMPUS HOUSING AND SERVICES 


Housing:
Coed, specialty interest areas, single-sex residence halls, suites


Security:
Police dept., student cadets, escorts, self-defense classes, well-lighted campus, emergency call boxes are placed strategically throughout campus


Services for Students with Disabilities:
Priority scheduling and registration, adaptive equipment, notetaking, taped lectures, exam accommodations, parking permits, support groups, diagnostic testing, advising, course waivers, interpreters


SOURCE

Data compiled by Kaplan Educational
Centers, the test preparation company, and Newsweek (which are both owned by The
Washington Post Co.) The information was provided by the schools
themselves, and was not independently verified by Kaplan, Newsweek or
The Post. Some schools did not answer Kaplan's request for information,
or to certain questions.