By Keisha Aboagye
Allegheny College is a private, co-educational liberal arts college located in Meadville , PA. Founded in 1815, Allegheny College is the thirty-second oldest college in the nation. Allegheny boasts an impressive diversity rate of 21%. It is a relatively small school, with a student population of 2,161. The college offers majors ranging from black studies to neuroscience to journalism in the public interest. There are also opportunities to minor in areas such as lesbian and gay studies, dance and movement studies, or even health and society.
Allegheny is a NCAA Division III school, with sports offerings of baseball, basketball, tennis, cross country, football, golf, soccer, track and field, swimming and diving, lacrosse, and volleyball. Many students participate in volunteer activities, such as community service, study abroad opportunities, etc. Over 100 clubs and organizations are offered to keep students engaged while they are outside of the classroom. Students interested in fraternities or sororities may choose from ten of these organizations.
Yearly tuition and fees total $37,610, with room and board costing $9,540. 86% of all applicants for financial aid receive it, with an average financial aid package of as much as $31,176. 70% of the students attending Allegheny receive some form of need-based financial aid. Scholarships and grants are also offered to help make costs affordable for all students. If you’re interested in learning more about Allegheny College, visit their website at www.allegheny.edu.
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