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SPECIAL ADVERTISING SECTION mean SAT score (verbal/math): 469/473; cost: $33,400 faculty ratio: 12/1; mean SAT score (verbal/ math): 468/484; cost: $34,184 Lenoir-Rhyne University (Hickory; www.lr.edu) Enrollment: 1,814; admissions contact: Karen Feezor, 828-328-7300, admission@lr.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 4,876/3,230; student/faculty ratio: 13/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math): 499/500; cost: $39,350 Mercy School of Nursing (Charlotte; www.carolinashealthcare.org/mson) Enrollment: 140; admissions contact: Pamela Hatley, 704-512-2017, pam.hatley@carolinashealthcare.org; freshman applicants/ accepted: 200/30; student/faculty ratio: 8/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math/ writing): 500/500/500; cost: $8,500 Montreat College (www.montreat.edu) Enrollment: 800; admissions contact: Annie Carlson, 800-622-6968, admissions@montreat. edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 795/441; student/faculty ratio: 13/1; mean SAT score (math/writing): 470/490; cost: $32,126 Livingstone College (Salisbury; www.livingstone.edu) Enrollment: 1,165; admissions contact: 704-216-6001; freshman applicants/accepted: 4,000/2,100; student/faculty ratio: 17/1; mean SAT score: not provided; cost: $22,050 Meredith College (Raleigh; www.meredith.edu) Enrollment: 2,000; admissions contact: Shery Boyles, 919-760-8581, admissions@ meredith.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 1,759/1,094; student/faculty ratio: 12/1; mean SAT score: not provided; cost: $39,408 Mount Olive College (www.moc.edu) Enrollment: 3,714; admissions contact: Tim Woodard, 800-653-0854, admissions@moc.edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 1,465/731; student/faculty ratio: 15/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math): 445/475; cost: $24,300 Methodist University (Fayetteville; www.methodist.edu) Enrollment: 2,476; admissions contact: Jamie Legg, 910-630-7027; freshman applicants/ accepted: 3,700/2,220; student/faculty ratio: 13/1; mean SAT score (verbal/math): 497/503; cost: $37,185 North Carolina Wesleyan College (Rocky Mount; www.ncwc.edu) Enrollment: 1,522; admissions contact: Louisburg College (www.louisburg.edu) Enrollment: 700; admissions contact: Stephanie Tolbert, 800-775-0208, admissions@louisburg. edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 2,405/1,040; student/faculty ratio: 15/1; mean SAT score: not provided; cost: $25,370 Mars Hill University (www.mhu.edu) Enrollment: 1,295; admissions contact: Dr.Craig Goforth, 828-689-1201; freshman applicants/accepted: 3,200/2,020; student/ edu; freshman applicants/accepted: 168/72; student/faculty ratio: 10.4/1; mean SAT score (critical reading/math): 430/450; cost: $19,940 During the 2011- 2012 academic year, the most popular degree awarded by the UNC system was in business administration and management. The system awarded more than 35,500 bachelor degrees that year and more than 11,400 master's degrees. Mid-Atlantic Christian University (Elizabeth City; www.macuniversity.edu) Enrollment: 153; admissions contact: Dan Smith, 866-996-6228, admissions@macuniversity. "I've always wanted to be an engineer, but what surprised me is just how ridiculously fun my humanities courses have been. It opens up your mind to intellectual challenges." —Gus Tabaileh, UNC Asheville Junior this is today's liberal arts. He's a junior at UNC Asheville, but he's already nailed a full-time job as an engineer thanks to his study of mechatronics. The joint program with N.C. State University melds hard science and the liberal arts, so its graduates have the technical skills and the communication skills to create and explain new devices to almost anyone. That's the power of today's liberal arts. Se riouSly Cr eati v e Visit us at www.unca.edu S E P T E M B E R 2 0 1 1 5

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