Franklin College

Franklin, Indiana

Overview

Address101 Branigin Blvd
School TypePrivate not-for-profit, 4-year or above

Large

StatusPrivate not-for-profit
On Campus HousingNo
Level of StudyUndergraduate/Graduate

Franklin College is a small private not-for-profit, 4-year college based in Franklin, undefined that offers both undergraduate and graduate programs to its students. The highest level of offerings is master's degree. In the 2019 academic year, 1,869 students applied to Franklin College. Of those students, 1,410 were granted admission into the school.

In the 2019 academic year, the in-state tuition for enrolling in Franklin College was $31,810, in addition to fees of $200. This number excludes room and board. The school does not provide on-campus housing, which you may want to factor into your cost analysis when planning to attend Franklin College.

Franklin College has a 61% graduation rate within six years of enrolling.

Getting In

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The Franklin College acceptance rate is 75%. To put this into perspective, 1,410 of the 1,869 students who applied to Franklin College in the 2019 academic year were admitted. It’s clear that enrolling in Franklin College is not out of reach. You simply need the right credentials.

Most students who have been accepted into Franklin College had an SAT score between the range of 980 and 1,170. If you want a good shot of getting in, you'll also want to have strong ACT scores. The ACT range for Franklin College was between 18 and 25 in the last academic year.

In addition, applicants are required to submit their GPA to Franklin College as part of their application.

Annual Cost to Attend

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Cost is a crucial factor to consider when deciding what college to attend. At Franklin College, the tuition for in-state residents is $31,810. Combined with fees of $200, room and board costs of $9,946, other expenses of $3,000 and the $1,200 cost of books and supplies.

Out-of-state residents can expect to pay more. While the costs for room, board, and other expenses are the same, out-of-state tuition is significantly higher. Out-of-state students must pay $32,010 in tuition.

Students at Franklin College are eligible for federal financial aid. The average federal aid awarded to students at Franklin College was $4,433 last year. with 41% of students were awarded federal aid.

Franklin College Undergraduate Population

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Part-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Student-to-Faculty Ratio11:1

Student composition is an important deciding factor for most students applying to Franklin College.

Franklin College has a good gender split, with 51% of undergraduates being female and 49% of undergraduates being male.

At the school, most students are undefined residents; in fact, 91% of all students reside in undefined. However, 9% of students come from out-of-state .

The student to faculty ratio at Franklin College is 11:1. This means that you should have no trouble getting the academic support you need from Franklin College to thrive in your studies.

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