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Want a High Salary? Go to One of These 10 Colleges in The Southeast

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10 colleges in the Southeast with the highest average Alumni starting and mid-career salaries.

10 colleges in the Southeast with the highest average Alumni starting and mid-career salaries.

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  • 1. Want a High Salary? Go to One of These 10 Colleges in The Southeast
  • 2. 10. Wake Forest University Starting Salary: $49,800 Mid-Career: $95,300 • • • • • • • Location: Winston-Salem, NC About: – “It is a distinctive academic institution that values and maintains the liberal arts tradition within the context of an internationally recognized research university.” Most popular majors: – Business, Political Science, Psychology, and Speech Communication 4-year graduation rate: 83% Acceptance rate: 34% Student population: 4,815 Tuition: $44,700 Source: WforestUniversity
  • 3. 9. University of Virginia – Main Campus Starting Salary: $51,000 Mid-Career: $95,700 • • • • • • • Location: Charlottesville, VA About: – “The University of Virginia remains the No. 2 best public university in the 2013 edition of the U.S. News and World Report rankings.” Most popular majors: – Economics, Psychology, and Business 4-year graduation rate: 87% Acceptance rate: 30% Student population: 15,822 Tuition and Fees: $39,800 (out of state) $12,500 (in state) Source: University of Virginia
  • 4. 8. George Washington University Starting Salary: $47,500 Mid-Career: $95,800 • • • • • • • Location: Washington, DC About: – “Founded in 1821 and chartered by the United States Congress, George Washington University takes full advantage of its location in the midst of the nation's capital.” Most popular majors: – Social Sciences and Business 4-year graduation rate: 74% Acceptance rate: 33% Student population: 10,500 Tuition: $47,300 Source: discovergw
  • 5. 7. Loyola University Maryland Starting Salary: $51,000 Mid-Career: $100,000 • • • • • • • Location: Baltimore, MD About: – “Loyola University Maryland is committed to the ideals of liberal education and the development of the whole person, a university dedicated to inspiring its students to learn, lead and serve in a diverse and changing world.” Most popular majors: – Business, Speech Communication, Psychology, and Social Sciences 4-year graduation rate: 79% Acceptance rate: 65% Student population: 3,900 Tuition: $41,900 Source: LoyolaMaryland
  • 6. 6. Duke University Starting Salary: $55,900 Mid-Career: $102,00 • • • • • • Location: Durham, NC About: – “Duke University offers a unique and compelling combination of academic achievement, engagement with society, and athletic accomplishment at the highest levels.” 4-year graduation rate: 87% Acceptance rate: 13% Student population: 6,700 Tuition: $45,500 Source: Duke University
  • 7. 5. Georgetown University Starting Salary: $53,000 Mid-Career: $103,000 • • • • • • Location: Washington, DC About: – “As the nation's oldest Catholic University, conveniently located in the District of Columbia, Georgetown University offers its students the dynamic combination of accessible and prominent faculty, an extensive curriculum, and an exciting and culturally appealing location.” 4-year graduation rate: 89% Acceptance rate: 17% Student population: 7,600 Tuition: $44,800 Source: Georgetown University
  • 8. 4. Georgia Institute of Technology Starting Salary: $60,000 Mid-Career: $108,000 • • • • • • • Location: Atlanta, GA About: – “The Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech, is one of the nation's leading research universities, providing a focused, technologically based education to more than 20,000 undergraduate and graduate students.” Most popular major: – Engineering (overwhelmingly) 4-year graduation rate: 34% Acceptance rate: 55% Student population: 14,500 Tuition: $30,000 (out of state) $10,700 (in state) Source: Georgia Tech
  • 9. 3. Virginia Military Institute (VMI) Starting Salary: $54,200 Mid-Career: $109,000 *Represents civilian pay • • • • • • • Location: Lexington, VA About: – “VMI is a challenging curricular and cocurricular undergraduate experience, producing educated and honorable men and women who will be leaders in all walks of life.” Most popular majors: – Economics, International Relations, and History 4-year graduation rate: 56% Acceptance rate: 46% Student population: 1,700 Tuition: $35,400 (out of state) $14,400 (in state) Source: Virginia Military Institute
  • 10. 2. Washington and Lee University Starting Salary: $48,000 Mid-Career: $113,000 • • • • • • • Location: Lexington, VA About: – “Washington and Lee University, the nation's ninth oldest institution of higher education, is an independent liberal arts university that develops students' capacity to think freely, critically and humanely and to conduct themselves with honor, integrity and civility.” Most popular majors: – Business, Economics, and Political Science 4-year graduation rate: 88% Acceptance rate: 20% Student population: 1,800 Tuition: $44,500 Source: Davidegg22
  • 11. 1. United States Naval Academy Starting Salary: $77,100 Mid-Career: $131,000 *Represents civilian Pay • • • • • • • Location: Annapolis, MD About: – “The United States Naval Academy is a demanding four year program leading to a bachelor of science degree and a commission as an Ensign in the United States Navy or as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps.” Most popular majors: – Political Science, History, and Space Engineering 4-year graduation rate: 87% Acceptance rate: 7% Student population: 4,500 Tuition: $0 Source: C-SPAN
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