St. Ambrose University
St. Ambrose University is a coeducational, Catholic university affiliated with the Diocese of Davenport. Students received more than $48 million in financial aid last year, and the “BEE Finished in Four Years” Plan guarantees timely degree completion.
The University offers more than 60 areas of study leading to bachelor’s degrees, as well as graduate programs granting master’s and doctoral degrees. Robust academic and co-curricular programs are offered in the liberal arts and sciences, education, business, health sciences and STEM fields.
Students enjoy a dynamic campus that features opportunities to study abroad, conduct undergraduate research and engage in service trips; a new Wellness and Recreation Center; apartment-style residence halls; a range of varsity and intramural sports; more than 90 student clubs and organizations; and a reputation for amazing personal attention.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 563-333-5818
|FAFSA Code: 001889
ACT Code: 1352
SAT Code: 6617
|Enrollment: 2,300||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: March 15|
|Tuition & Fees: $30,016||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,320|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $10,164||Minimum Admission Requirement: 20 ACT, 2.5 GPA|
|Types of Programs: Engineering, Nursing, Business, Pre-Law, Social Work|
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