The Value of a Montreat Education

The Value of a Montreat Education

“It is the desire of the College to furnish the best educational advantages at the least possible cost.”

– Dr. Robert C. Anderson, first president of Montreat College, 1916-1947

Affordability

In keeping with the founding vision of the college, Montreat College tuition is 20% lower than the national average for private colleges and universities.

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Affordability

In keeping with the founding vision of the college, Montreat College tuition is 20% lower than the national average for private colleges and universities.

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The Economist magazine ranked Montreat College an impressive 5th among 48 North Carolina-based schools and 9th among 103 CCCU schools in its first-ever college rankings.

Valuable Skills

According to a recent Association of American Colleges & Universities survey, 74% of employers would recommend a broad liberal arts education Montreat provides as the best way to prepare for success in today’s global economy.

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Valuable Skills

According to a recent Association of American Colleges & Universities survey, 74% of employers would recommend a broad liberal arts education Montreat provides as the best way to prepare for success in today’s global economy.

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Earning Potential

Median lifetime income for graduates of four-year colleges is over $1 million more than non-graduates, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, demonstrating the lasting value of a Montreat College education.

Larger Grants

Private colleges like Montreat award three times more grant money per student than public universities: $14,826 annually for private schools, compared to just $4,765 annually for public schools.

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Larger Grants

Private colleges like Montreat award three times more grant money per student than public universities: $14,826 annually for private schools, compared to just $4,765 annually for public schools.

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Completion

59% of graduates of smaller private colleges graduate in four years or less, compared to just 38% at regional public universities, helping students save on education costs and enter the job market sooner.

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