Founded in 1851, Coe College redefines the liberal arts with a hands-on component. In addition to major and general education coursework, Coe students are guaranteed an internship, research, or off-campus study program. Coe College is one of the few liberal arts institutions to promise hands-on learning.
In recent years, Coe students have interned at the Chicago Board of Trade, Mayo Clinic, Google, NASA and Rockwell Collins. Others have completed research on Coe’s campus through the National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates program or the Spellman Summer Research Program. Still others have combined travel with an internship in South Africa or student teaching in Tanzania for an unforgettable off-campus experience. In addition, the College is home to the country’s largest undergraduate, student-run writing center and a writing-across-the-curriculum structure that provides students with the skills needed to be successful after graduation.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 319-399-8540
|FAFSA Code: 001854
ACT Code: 1294
SAT Code: 6101
|Enrollment: 1,400||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: March 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $42,430||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,000|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $9,140||Minimum Admission Requirement: 20 ACT, 3.0 GPA|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts, Sciences & General, Business Administration & Economics, Fine Arts, Teacher Education|
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