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The Ultimate Guide to Colleges and Universities Around Delaware in 2022

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From test scores to tuition, here is what you need to know about Delaware and Pennsylvania’s colleges and universities.

Delaware 

Delaware College of Art and Design
600 N. Market St., Wilmington, (302) 622-8000
Private
Ranking: N/A Enrollment: 118 Tuition: $25,710 Average cost after aid: $15,853 Athletics: N/A Student/faculty ratio: 9:1 Acceptance rate: 71% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: Aug. 1

Delaware State University
1200 N. Dupont Highway, Dover, (302) 857-6060
Public
Ranking: 263 (National Universities) Enrollment: 4,131 In-state tuition: $8,258 Out-of-state tuition: $17,294 Average cost after aid: $12,995Athletics: Division I Student/ faculty ratio: 16:1 Acceptance rate: 53% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: $11,863 Average high school GPA: 3.08 Application deadline: rolling

Delaware Technical Community College–Terry
100 Campus Drive, Dover, (302) 857-1000
Community College
Ranking: N/A Enrollment: 13,895 In-state tuition: $4,904 Out-of-state tuition: $11,632 Average cost after aid: $8,816 Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: N/A Average SAT and ACT: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: open door

Goldey-Beacom College
4701 Limestone Road, Wilmington, (302) 998-8814
Private
Ranking: N/A Enrollment: 2,000 Tuition: $25,500 Average cost after aid: $14,065 Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: not reported Acceptance rate: 57% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: rolling

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University of Delaware
210 S. College Ave., Newark, (302) 831-8123
Public
Ranking: 93 (National Universities) Enrollment: 18,420 In-state tuition: $14,412 Out-of-state tuition: $35,842 Average cost after aid: $16,127 Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: 63% Average SAT: 1170-1360 Average ACT: 24-30 Average high school GPA: 3.71 Application deadline: Jan. 15

Wesley College
120 N. State St., Dover, (302) 736-2400
Private
Ranking: 41-53 (Regional Colleges, North) Enrollment: 1,163 Tuition: $26,756 Average cost after aid: $22,643Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 15:1 Acceptance rate: 62% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: April 30

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Wilmington University
320 N. Dupont Highway, New Castle, (302) 356-4636
Private
Ranking: 299-391 (National Universities) Enrollment: 9,230 Tuition: $11,750 Average cost after aid: $15,282Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: 99% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: rolling


Pennsylvania

Arcadia University
450 S. Easton Road, Glenside, (215) 572-2900
Private
Enrollment: 2,014 Tuition: $45,340 Ranking: 44 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 11:1 Acceptance rate: 74% Average SAT: Reading 520-640, Math 510-620 Average ACT: 21-28 Financial aid: $24,355 Average high school GPA: 3.63 Application deadline: rolling

Bryn Athyn College
2965 College Drive, Bryn Athyn, (267) 502-2400
Private
Enrollment: 272 Tuition: $26,214 Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 7:1 Acceptance rate: 78% Average SAT: Reading 470-570, Math 470-540 Average ACT: 19-24 Financial aid: $14,940 Average high school GPA: 3.40 Application deadline: rolling

Bryn Mawr College
101 N. Merion Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 526-5000
Private
Enrollment: 1,300 Tuition: $56,320 Ranking: 30 (National Liberal Arts Colleges) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 8:1 Acceptance rate: 38% Average SAT: Reading 640-730, Math 660-770 Average ACT: 26-32 Financial aid: $44,165 Average high school GPA: 3.85 Application deadline: Jan. 15

Cabrini University
610 King of Prussia Road, Radnor, (610) 902-8100
Private
Enrollment: 1,500 Tuition: $33,845 Ranking: 131-171 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division III Student/ faculty ratio: 15:1 Acceptance rate: 75% Average SAT: Reading 500-590, Math 500-590 Average ACT: 19-27 Financial aid: $15,917 Average high school GPA: 3.00 Application deadline: rolling

Chestnut Hill College
9601 Germantown Ave., Philadelphia, (215) 248-7000
Private
Enrollment: 1,094 Tuition: $38,360 Ranking: 119 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: 97% Average SAT: Reading 468-560, Math: 450-540 Average ACT: 20 Financial aid: $11,671 Average high school GPA: 3.0 Application deadline: rolling

Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
1837 University Circle, Cheyney, (610) 399-2275
Public
Enrollment: 616 In-state tuition: $10,904 Out-of-state tuition: $16,170 Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Acceptance rate: 46% Average SAT and ACT: 840-1040 Financial aid: Not reported Average high school GPA: 2.91 Application deadline: rolling

Delaware County Community College
901 Media Line Road, Media, (610) 359-5000
Community College
Enrollment: 2,850 full-time, 7,853 part-time Tuition: varies by credits Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 19:1 Acceptance rate: 100% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: rolling

Drexel University
3141 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, (215) 895-2000
Private
Enrollment: 14,552 Tuition: $57, 136 Ranking: 103 (National Universities) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 77% Average SAT: Reading 635, Math 655 Average ACT: 25-31 Financial aid: $22,222 Average high school GPA: 3.71 Application deadline: Jan. 15

Eastern University
1300 Eagle Road, St. Davids, (610) 341-5800
Private
Enrollment: 1,879 Tuition: $35,590 Ranking: 103 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 61% Average SAT: Reading 530-620, Math 500-610 Average ACT: 20-27 Financial aid: $8,958 Average high school GPA: 3.45 Application deadline: rolling

Gwynedd Mercy University
1325 Sumneytown Pike, Gwynedd Valley, (215) 646-7300
Private
Enrollment: 1,990 Tuition: $34,580 Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 11:1 Acceptance rate: 95% Average SAT: Reading 470-560, Math 460-540 Average ACT: 17-24 Financial aid: $21,708 Average high school GPA: 3.2 Application deadline: rolling

Harcum College
750 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 525-4100
Community College
Enrollment: 942 full-time, 361 part-time Tuition: $24,200 Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 15:1 Acceptance rate: 87% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: rolling

Haverford College
370 Lancaster Ave., Haverford, (610) 896-1000
Private
Enrollment: 1,307 Tuition: $56,952 Ranking: 16 (National Liberal Arts Colleges) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 9:1 Acceptance rate: 16% Average SAT: Reading 680-750, Math 700-790 Average ACT: 32-34 Financial aid: $53,543 Average high school GPA: 3.9 Application deadline: Jan. 15

Holy Family University
9801 Frankford Ave., Philadelphia, (215) 637-7700
Private
Enrollment: 2,137 Tuition: $31,040 Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 11:1 Acceptance rate: 73% Average SAT: Reading 470-570, Math 460-540 Average ACT: 18-22 Financial aid: $17,339 Average high school GPA: 3.06 Application deadline: rolling

Immaculata University
1145 W. King Road, Immaculata, (610) 647-4400
Private
Enrollment: 1,614 Tuition: $27,350 Ranking: 227 (National Universities) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 81% Average SAT: Reading 480-590, Math 460-570 Average ACT: 18-24 Financial aid: $7,522 Average high school GPA: 3.39 Application deadline: rolling

La Salle University
1900 W. Olney Ave., Philadelphia, (215) 951-1000
Private
Enrollment: 3,293 Tuition: $32,450 Ranking: 26 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: 78% Average SAT: Reading 544, Math 530 Average ACT: 22 Financial aid: $14,940 Average high school GPA: 3.35 Application deadline: rolling

Manor College
700 Fox Chase Road, Jenkintown, (215) 885-2360
Private
Enrollment: 747 Tuition: $16,429 Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 12:1 Acceptance rate: 94% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: rolling

Montgomery County Community College
340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, (215) 641-6551
Community College
Enrollment: 3,147 full-time, 7,162 part-time Tuition: varies by credits Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 16:1 Acceptance rate: 100% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: open admissions

Moore College of Art and Design
1916 Race St., Philadelphia, (215) 965-4000
Private
Enrollment: 387 Tuition: $44,806 Student/faculty ratio: 9:1 Acceptance rate: 47% Average SAT: N/A Average ACT: N/A Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: 3.24 Application deadline: rolling

Neumann University
1 Neumann Drive, Aston, (610) 459-0905
Private
Enrollment: 1,932 Tuition: $34,460 Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 14:1 Acceptance rate: 62% Average SAT: Reading 460-550, Math 460-540 Average ACT: 16-20 Financial aid: $16,188 Average high school GPA: 3.10 Application deadline: rolling

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Rosemont College
1400 Montgomery Ave., Bryn Mawr, (610) 527-0200
Private
Enrollment: 518 Tuition: $20,650 Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 66% Average SAT: Reading 480-570, Math 500-560 Average ACT: 16-22 Financial aid: $22,313 Average high school GPA: 3.15 Application deadline: Aug. 27

St. Joseph’s University
5600 City Ave., Philadelphia, (610) 660-1000
Private
Enrollment: 4,299 Tuition: $47,940 Ranking: 8 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 80% Average SAT: Reading 570-650, Math 550-650 Average ACT: 23-29 Financial aid: $31,531 Average high school GPA: 3.63 Application deadline: rolling

Swarthmore College
500 College Ave., Swarthmore, (610) 328-8000
Private
Enrollment: 1,437 Tuition: $54,656 Ranking: 3 (National Liberal Arts Colleges) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 8:1 Acceptance rate: 9% Average SAT: Reading 680-750, Math: 700-790 Average ACT: 31-35 Financial aid: $60,394 Average high school GPA: 4.05 Application deadline: Jan. 1

Temple University
1801 N. Broad St., Philadelphia, (215) 204-7000
Public
Enrollment: 27,3060 In-state tuition: $20,291 Out-of-state tuition: $34,801 Ranking: 103 (National Universities) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Acceptance rate: 60% Average SAT: Reading 570-620, Math 550-618 Average ACT: 27 Financial aid: $15,373 Average high school GPA: 3.48 Application deadline: Feb. 1

Thomas Jefferson University
1020 Walnut Street., Philadelphia, (215) 955-6000
Private
Enrollment: 3,783Tuition: $41,715Ranking: 148(National Universities) Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 13:1Acceptance rate: 70%Average SAT: Reading 540-630, Math 530-630Average ACT: 20-27 Financial aid: $39,154 Average high school GPA: 3.15 Application deadline: rolling

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, (215) 898-5000
Private
Enrollment: 9,872 Tuition: $61,710 Ranking: 8 (National Universities) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 6:1 Acceptance rate: 9% Average SAT: Reading 700-760, Math: 750-800 Average ACT: 33-35 Financial aid: varies Average high school GPA: 3.90 Application deadline: Jan. 5

University of the Arts
320 S. Broad St., Philadelphia, (215) 717-6000
Private
Enrollment: 1,500 Tuition: $48,350 Athletics: intramural Student/faculty ratio: 8:1 Acceptance rate: 75% Average SAT: Reading 580, Math 540 Average ACT: 22 Financial aid: $37,682 Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: Feb. 15

University of the Sciences
600 S. 43rd St., Philadelphia, (215) 586-8800
Private
Enrollment: 1,372 Tuition: $27,500 Athletics: Division II Student/faculty ratio: 16:1 Acceptance rate: 71% Average SAT: Reading 560-640, Math 560-670 Average ACT: 23-28 Financial aid: $18,852 Average high school GPA: 3.70 Application deadline: Aug. 15

Ursinus College
601 E. Main St., Collegeville, (610) 409-3000
Private
Enrollment: 1,493 Tuition: $56,610 Ranking: 85 (National Liberal Arts Colleges) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 11:1 Acceptance rate: 80% Average SAT: Reading 580-670, Math 570-680 Average ACT: 25-30 Financial aid: $34,835 Average high school GPA: 3.25 Application deadline: August 15

Villanova-University

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Villanova University
800 Lancaster Ave., Villanova, (610) 519-4500
Private
Enrollment: 7,037 Tuition: $59,900 Ranking: 49 (National Universities) Athletics: Division I Student/faculty ratio: 11:1 Acceptance rate: 31% Average SAT: Reading 650-710, Math: 670-760 Average ACT: 30-33 Financial aid: $43,100 Average high school GPA: 4.20 Application deadline: Jan. 15

West Chester University of Pennsylvania
700 S. High St., West Chester, (610) 436-3411
Type: Public Enrollment: 14,615 In-state tuition: $9,943 Out-of-state tuition: $21,567 Ranking: 50 (Regional Universities, North) Athletics: Division II Student/Faculty ratio: 19:1 Acceptance rate: 75% Average SAT Reading: 530-600 Average SAT Math: 530-600 Average ACT: 23 Financial aid: $5,615 Average high school GPA: 3.43 Application deadline: rolling

Widener University
One University Place, Chester, (888) 943-3637
Private
Enrollment: 2,912 Tuition: $49,706 Ranking: 213 (National Universities) Athletics: Division III Student/faculty ratio: 13:1 Acceptance rate: 75% Average SAT: Reading 520-600, Math 520-600 Average ACT: 20-26 Financial aid: $33,435 Average high school GPA: 3.45 Application deadline: rolling

Williamson College of the Trades
106 S. New Middletown Road, Media, (610) 566-1776
Men’s Junior College
Enrollment: 250 (total) Tuition: varies by credits Athletics: NJCAA Student/faculty ratio: 10:1 Acceptance rate: 32% Average SAT and ACT: not reported Financial aid: not reported Average high school GPA: not reported Application deadline: January 15

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