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Ranking

#28   National
  Liberal Arts
  Colleges
Source:
2013 U.S.News Rankings
 

GEOGRAPHIC Diversity

  • 82% of the students are from outside the state of Colorado
  • 8% of the students are from outside the U.S.
 

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Overview

  • Colorado College is a private, liberal arts college located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, approximately 70 miles south of Denver. Map.
  • Colorado College enrolls approximately 2,008 undergraduate students.
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  • Excluding students who take a temporary personal leave, 86% of CC students graduate within five years; 71% begin graduate work within five years of graduation.
  • Colorado College has 2,008 students from 48 states and 50 foreign countries.  Within the class of 2016 enrolled students, 27% are American ethnic minorities, and 9% are international students.
  • Colorado College offers a strong financial aid program that enables students from all socio-economic backgrounds to enroll. CC offers a four-year financial aid commitment.

Socio-economic Diversity

(First-year financial aid statistics based on the
admitted applicants of the class of 2015)

  • 88% of total CC dollars are based on need
  • 12% of total CC dollars are based on merit
  • 34% of first-year admits received need-based aid
  • 55% of first-year admits received some type of aid
  • First-year aid packages ranged from $1,200 - $52,000
  • The average need-based aid package was approximately $42,200
  • The average need-based scholarships and grants were approximately $32,800



Racial Diversity
(incoming class of 2012)
African American 7%
Asian American 8%
Caucasian 64%
Hispanic 8%
International 7%
Native American 2%
Not Reported 4%

 

Gender Ratio
Female 54%
Male 46%

 

     

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    School Profile

    Campus Setting

    • Urban
    • City population: 416,400

    Size

    • 2,008 undergraduates
    • 520 freshmen

    Admissions

    • 23% applicants admitted
    • 72% in top 10% of HS class
    • Median SAT CR score: 700
    • Median SAT M score: 680
    • Median SAT W score: 690
    • Median ACT composite score: 31