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2013

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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION HIGHER HIGHER EDUCATION EDUCATION DIRECTORY DIRECTORY This listing was compiled using information provided by the schools. Not all applicants who are accepted attend that school. The cost figure covers in-state tuition, fees and room and board for the 2013-14 academic year unless otherwise indicated. Fees and room and board can vary by options chosen, so prospective students should check with the schools. All other information is for 2012-13. Highlighted listings denote directory sponsors. PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES Tarrick Cox, 252-328-5640, admis@ecu.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 19,450/9,658; student/faculty ratio: 18/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math/writing): 520/540/530; cost: $14,495 Appalachian State University (Boone; www.appstate.edu) Enrollment: 17,589; admissions contact: Lloyd Scott, 828-262-2120, admissions@appstate.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 12,248/7,744; student/faculty ratio: 17/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math/writing): 572/581/548; cost: $12,952 Elizabeth City State University (www.ecsu.edu) Enrollment: 2,878; admissions contact: 252-335-3305; freshman applicants/accepted: 3,925/2,243; student/faculty ratio: 16/1; mean SAT score (verbal/math): 422/434; cost: $12,107 East Carolina University (Greenville; www.ecu.edu) Enrollment: 20,834; admissions contact: Bowles, 910-672-1371; freshman applicants/ accepted: 4,010/2,204; student/faculty ratio: 16/1; mean SAT score (verbal/math): 422/436; cost: $11,115 Fayetteville State University (www.uncfsu.edu) Enrollment: 5,287; admissions contact: Ulisa N.C. Agricultural and Technical State University (Greensboro; www.ncat.edu) Enrollment: 8,923; admissions contact: Keyana Scales, 336-334-7946, uadmit@ncat.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 4,480/3,120; student/faculty ratio: 16.5/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math/writing): 445/462/425; cost: $12,985 Independent colleges and universities grant almost a third of the bachelor degrees awarded each year in the state. S E P T E As seen in the September 2013 issue of BUSINESS NORTH CAROLINA magazine. M B E R 2 0 1 3 1

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