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Whitman College

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Rating

Private

Type

1,605

Students

$53,420

Tuition

56%

Acceptance

#104

Ranking

Small City

Campus Setting

Walla Walla, WA

345 Boyer Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362

Whitman College is a small private liberal arts college located in Walla Walla, WA ranked 128thin the United States. It has a total of 1,605 full-time undergraduate students and is not very competitive, accepting narrowly over 5/9 of applicants. Whitman College offers 59 different majors and is best known for its environmental biology, german language and literature, and financial mathematics programs (nationally ranked 7th, 9th, and 10th respectively). With a tuition cost of $53,420 per year, Whitman College is extremely costly. 82.69% of students graduate starting the next phase of their lives, working. After graduation, alumni go on to earn about $51,300 per year, which is 24% above the national median.

Rankings

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Cost

$53,820/Year
Above Average

Whitman College

$53,820

National Average

$18,347
Pay with Cash

$69,532/year

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

Pay with Financial Aid

$41,699/year

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

Getting In

56%Acceptance
Average

Whitman College

56%

National

69%
Sat

1240 - 1450

45% of students submit

Admissions Yield

16%

ACT

25 - 31

26% of students submit

SAT & ACT

Considered but not required

Application Fee

$50

Students

1,605Undergrads
Small Student Population

Full-Time

426

Part-Time

0
Male

43%

In-state

83%

Female

57%

Out of state

15%

Undergrads Over 25

1%

International

1%

Majors/Degrees

Popular Majors
Graduates per Major
9% Biology/Biological Sciences, General9% Research and Experimental Psychology, Other6% Political Science and Government, General76% Others

9% Biology/Biological Sciences, General

9% Research and Experimental Psychology, Other

6% Political Science and Government, General

76% Others

Biology/Biological Sciences, General

9%

35 Graduates

Research and Experimental Psychology, Other

9%

34 Graduates

Political Science and Government, General

6%

21 Graduates

Economics, General

5%

19 Graduates

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

5%

19 Graduates

Fine/Studio Arts, General

4%

16 Graduates

Sociology

4%

16 Graduates

English Language and Literature, General

4%

15 Graduates

Academics

B+
Professors
StudentsProfessors9:19:1

Students

Professors

Student Faculty Ratio

9

Number of Library Books

486,286

Academic Spend per Student

$23,046

Full-time Retention Rate

92%

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

$34,000/Year

Whitman College

$34,000

National

$26,900
Median Earnings

$34,000

2 Years After Graduation

Employed 2 Years after Graduation

0%

Median Earnings

$51,300

6 Years After Graduation

Graduation Rate

82%