Wilberforce, OH

Wilberforce University

www.wilberforce.edu/ ⟶

Graduation Rate
29%
Tuition (In-State)
$13,250
Acceptance Rate
45%
Enrollment
656
The mission of Wilberforce University is to engage, support, and assist students in identifying and preparing for their respective purposes in life as social change agents, social justice activists, entrepreneurs, thought-leaders and global citizens by imparting knowledge through rigorous intellectual inquiry and critical thinking. The mission is most effectively accomplished by instilling pride, discipline and inspiring life-long learning, personal and spiritual development and the practical application of the knowledge obtained, and the skills developed.

Costs and Financial Aid

$23,450
Tuition
$13,250
Room and Board
$7,000
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$2,000

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$23,450
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,942
Estimated Annual Cost
Estimated annual cost generated from the Department of Education. Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$23,450
Tuition
$13,250
Room and Board
$7,000
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$2,000

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$23,450
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,942
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
$23,450
Tuition
$13,250
Room and Board
$7,000
Books and Supplies
$1,200
Other Expenses
$2,000

Gross Annual Cost

Estimated Annual Cost

$23,450
Gross Annual Cost
Out of pocket:
$6,942
Estimated Annual Cost
Actual costs may vary based on individual circumstances.
Federal Grants
70%
$9,919
State/Local Grants
19%
$3,311
Institutional Grants
52%
$3,554
Loans
47%
$4,822

Percent Receiving Aid and Average Aid Amount

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Acceptance Rate and Test Scores

45%

Acceptance Rate

6% students submit SAT
13% students submit ACT

Applicants Submitting Test Scores

430-470
SAT
Verbal
410-470
SAT
Math
14-18
ACT
Composite

Typical Test Scores of Admitted Students

Diversity and Demographics

656
Students
98% Undergrad
2% Graduate

Degree Type

77% Full-time
23% Part-time

Full-time vs Part-time Status

643
Undergrad
Students
55% Female
45% Male

Gender Ratio

American Indian or Alaskan Native
0%
Asian or Pacific Islander
0%
Black
83%
Hispanic
0%
White
2%
Unknown
12%
Non-resident
0%

Race and Ethnicity of Undergrad Students

Graduation Rate and Most Popular Majors

29%
4 years

Graduation Rate

Organizational Leadership
15
Social Work
14
Political Science and Government, General
8
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
6
Psychology, General
4

Most Popular Majors and Number of Graduates

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