Eastern Mennonite University is a private, religous school located in the small town setting of Harrisonburg, VA
Founded in 1917, Eastern mennonite currently enrolls around 1,360 students a year, including 980 undergrads. The institution runs on a semester academic calendar.
Eastern mennonite's endowment was valued at $33,077,034 in 2021. For each full-time student, Eastern mennonite spends about $11,424.
Acceptance rate: 65%
Average GPA: 3.6
Early Decision or Early Action: No/No
2022 Regular Decision Notification Date:
Eastern mennonite is a moderately difficult school to get accepted to. Around 65 percent of all applicants to Eastern mennonite are accepted each year.
Admitted students have an average high school GPA of 3.6 on a 4.0 scale.
In 2021, 0 applicants were waitlisted and 0 waitlisted students got accepted.
The definition of a "good school" is different for different people. Acceptance rate and average GPA are good indicators of how selective an institution is, but they don't say much about the quality of the education or the student experience. There are a few statistics that can give you a good idea of how satisfied students are and how well a school supports its students.
Retention, graduation, and job placement statistics all give valuable information about the quality of the student experience, before and after graduation.
Out of all the first-year, full-time undergrads who start at Eastern mennonite, around 85 percent return for their sophomore year.
The average six-year graduation rate for U.S. colleges and universities is 61 percent for public schools, and 67 percent for private, non-profit schools.
Job placement and student debt statistics for recent graduates can give you a sense of the return on investment a school offers. Students in the class of 2021 who had taken out student loans graduated with an average of $39,403 of debt. For context, compare this number with the average national debt, which is around $36,000 per borrower.
Based on this information, how does Eastern mennonite sound? Remember, a school that is perfect for one person may not be the right school for another! So the real question to ask yourself: is Eastern mennonite a good school for YOU?
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First-Year Applications are Due
The deadline for Fall first-year applications to Eastern mennonite is Continuous processing.
The deadline for Fall transfer applications to Eastern mennonite is Continuous processing.
Check the school website for more information about deadlines for specific programs or special admissions programs
The median ACT score of an admitted student to Eastern mennonite is 23. Students with an ACT score of 31 and above have a good chance of getting into Eastern mennonite. Students with an ACT score that falls between 21 and 31 have an average chance of getting admitted, and students with an ACT score of 21 or below have a low chance of being offered admission.
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Wondering what life at Eastern mennonite is like? There are approximately 1,360 students enrolled at Eastern mennonite, including 967 undergraduate students and 393 graduate students. 86% percent of students attend school full-time, 63% percent are from VA and 37% percent of students are from other states.
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