Adams State College
Adams State College is a public, non-profit university that is located in Alamosa, CO and has a total enrollment of 1000 to 5000 college students.This school employs a semester calendar system and offers undergraduate and graduate diplomas.
It is primarily a general arts and sciences school with medium-sized graduate programs with an arts and sciences focus that offers mostly undergraduate degrees. It is also an inclusive school with low incoming student transfers and boasts a small and primarily residential student body.
It resides in a suburban setting and provides college level courses and degree programs at the master's degree level.
This college also has a student rate of retention of 67 - this percentage is typically indicative of the quality of instruction of the quality of instruction provided at a college. The higher the percentage, the more one would assume that the students enjoy being at the college.
The college also has scored a student to faculty ratio of 17 - this figure is used as a prediction of the class sizes that can be expected at .
Adams State College does not have an open admission policy, and a certain level of minimum requirements should be met in order to be accepted into the college. There is a one-time application fee of $20 to apply to this college. In 2012, there were a total of 1271 male applicants, and 1574 female applicants that sought acceptance into this college.
Every college has different evaluation procedures when deciding on which students to admit into their school. Adams State College currently looks at the following criteria when screening admission into the school:
- High School GPA
- High School Records
- Completion of College-Level High School Courses
- Admissions Tests Like the ACT and SAT
When you are enrolling to a specific college, it's necessary to fully understand which kinds of credits can be transferred into the college. The admissions department at Adams State College accepts these credits as transferable upon admission:
- Dual Credits
- Credits From Work or Life Experiences
- AP Credits From High School
Programs and Services
When you are looking at a prospective school to enroll at, it is important to fully develop an understanding of what programs and services are offered by the school inside and outside of the classroom. Adams State College offers its students these services:
- Online Courses
- Study Abroad Options
- Weekend and Evening Classes
- Remedial Classes
- Student Counseling Services
- Federal Work-Study and Internship Programs
- Job Placement Services
- Day Care Services for Children
It is recommended to contact the school directly by using the contact information found on this webpage, to retain a better understanding about any one of these programs and how the school integrates them.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Adams State College charges different tuition rates for in-state and out-of-state students. If you are a resident of Alamosa county in Colorado, you can expect tuition to be $2952. If you legally reside out of this state or county, this school charges an annual tuition of $12912.
Adams State College also provides on-campus housing and dorms at a yearly rate of $3300. Meal plans and food services are also offered on an opt-in basis. The approximate yearly charges for meals are $3560 for each student.
The college provides these financial assistance services to their students to assist with tuition costs:
- Payment Plans for Tuition Costs
- Pay Later Tuition Programs
- Delayed Repayment of Loans after Graduation
There's a total of 2405 undergraduates attending this college, and 2251 (94%) of the enrollment receives a percentage of financial aid. The school boasts a total student aid reserve of $11546751, and distributes each student an average amount of $5130 in tuition assistance.
There are 1410 college students currently receiving Pell Grants from the school. The school has a yearly endowment of $5732206 in Pell Grants, and supplies them to 59% of their student body, with a total average award per student of $4065.
Numerous students attending college accept government loans so they are able to attend school. The school currently has 76% of the school's students are being awarded loans from the federal government. Average loan amounts for each of the 1827 students who receive federal government aid at Adams State College is $7814.
Government aid eligibility is quantified using a matrix of independent factors, and we suggest you contact this school in order to investigate the specific stipulations and eligibility for government aid.