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  • West Chester University
    By: Melissa Spinosa
  • West Chester
    Location: suburban, West Chester, PA
    Public institution
    School colors: purple and gold
    School was founded in 1871 and it was traced back from West Chester Academy, a private state aided school that existed from 1812 to 1869
  • Office of Admission
    Size: Number of undergrads-11,482
    Number of graduate degree candidates- 2,137
    Tuition: per semester- $7,211 per year- $14, 422
    • Housing: per semester- $2,346 per year- $4,692
    • Meals: per semester- $1,261 per year- $2,522
  • Academic Requirements
    Average SAT Scores: Math 490-580
    Critical Reading 480-560
    Writing 470-570
  • Living on Campus
    All freshman and upper classmen are guaranteed on-campus housing
    most dorms are co-ed unless you request otherwise
    Housing options: coed, men, women, apartments, fraternity/ sorority
  • Athletics
    23 NCAA Division 2 teams
    Named the Golden Rams
    Intramural sports: fall and spring
    -dodge ball, soccer, football, volleyball, basketball, field hockey, etc.
  • Activities
    Band: concert band, jazz band, marching band, music ensembles, symphony orchestra
    Newspaper: The Quad is written by students to give you all the news and updates at West Chester
    Greek Life: 20 greek organizations; fraternities/ sororities; each is unique with their own customs based on friendship
  • Religious Affiliation
    Religious life council to help meet spiritual needs of students.
    Open to all religions to help develop a communication network within in the university and the students