School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden

Bronx, New York

Overview

Address2900 Southern Blvd.
School Websitewww.nybg.org
School TypePrivate not-for-profit, 2-year

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StatusPrivate not-for-profit
Level of StudyUndergraduate

School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden is a private not-for-profit, 2-year college based in Bronx, undefined that offers undergraduate programs to its students. The highest level of offerings is at least 2, but less than 4 academic yrs.

In the 2019 academic year, the in-state tuition for enrolling in School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden was $8,000. This number excludes room and board. The school does provide on-campus housing, which you may want to factor into your cost analysis when planning to attend School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden.

Annual Cost to Attend

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Cost is a crucial factor to consider when deciding what college to attend. At School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden, the tuition for in-state residents is $8,000. Combined with fees of $0, the $2,700 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 $8,000 in tuition.

Students at School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden are eligible for federal financial aid. The average federal aid awarded to students at School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden was $5,815 last year. with 100% of students were awarded federal aid. This shows that if you apply for federal aid, you have a good chance of receiving it.

School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden Undergraduate Population

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Part-Time Undergrad Enrollment
Student-to-Faculty Ratio2:1

Student composition is an important deciding factor for most students applying to School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden.

School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden has a good gender split, with 70% of undergraduates being female and 30% of undergraduates being male.

At the school, most students are undefined residents; in fact, 100% of all students reside in undefined. You’ll have the opportunity to immerse in the local community and interact with fellow students primarily based in undefined

The student to faculty ratio at School of Professional Horticulture, New York Botanical Garden is 2:1. This means that for every 2 there is one member of faculty at the school.

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