Our Location

9.2

Rating

Private

Type

1617

Students

$54,380

Tuition

7%

Acceptance

86%

Ranking

Suburb

Campus Setting

Claremont, CA

www.pomona.edu/admissions

550 N College Ave, Claremont, CA 91711-6319

Pomona College is a small private liberal arts college located in Claremont, CA ranked 20thin the United States. It has a total of 1,680 full-time undergraduate students and is highly competitive, with a 7.4% acceptance rate. Pomona College offers 52 different majors and is best known for its molecular biology, public policy analysis, and environmental science programs (nationally ranked 3rd, 7th, and 8th respectively). With a tuition cost of $54,380 per year, Pomona College is extremely expensive. After graduation, alumni earn about $58,100 per year, which is 40% greater than the national median.

Campus Snapshot
#302/676

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#302/676

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Cost

54380/Year
Below Average

UM-M

$54,380

National

$15,271
Pay with Cash

$74,480/year

Total annual cost including tuition, books and living expenses; excluding any financial aid, grants or scholarships.

Pay with Financial Aid

$14,197/year

Average annual cost including tuition, books and living expenses after financial aid, grants or scholarships.

Getting In

7%Acceptance
Very Difficult

UM-M

7%

National

69.05%
Sat

1390 - 1540

64% of students submit

Application Deadline

MISSING

ACT

29 - 35

50% of students submit

Application Website

www.pomona.edu/admissions

SAT & ACT

Required

Application Fee

$

Students

1637Undergrads
Small Student Population

Full-Time

1617

Part-Time

20
Male

66%

In-state

27%

Female

34%

Out of state

27%

Undergrads Over 25

0%

International

17%

Majors/Degrees

Popular Majors
Graduates per Major
11% Econometrics and Quantitative Economics9% Mathematics, General8% Computer Science72% Others

11% Econometrics and Quantitative Economics

9% Mathematics, General

8% Computer Science

72% Others

Econometrics and Quantitative Economics

11%

49 Graduates

Mathematics, General

9%

42 Graduates

Computer Science

8%

36 Graduates

Neuroscience

7%

32 Graduates

Public Policy Analysis, General

5%

23 Graduates

Political Science and Government, General

4%

20 Graduates

Molecular Biology

4%

19 Graduates

English Language and Literature, General

4%

19 Graduates

Academics

B Score
Professors
StudentsProfessors17:117:1

Students

Professors

Student Faculty Ratio

7

Number of Library Books

Academic Spend per Student

53%

Fill-time Retention Rate

97%

Total spend on salaries and wages to all employees, faculty, staff, per student.

High retention indicates students are generally satisfied with their experience.

Post-Graduation Salary

$41,100/Year

Full-Time

1,177

Part-Time

331
Median Earnings

$41,100

2 Years After Graduation

Employed 2 Years after Graduation

0%

Median Earnings

$58,100

6 Years After Graduation

Graduation Rate

93%