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University of South Carolina

Columbia, SC - University of South Carolina at Columbia, USC, SC
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Official Admissions Statistics 2011 - 2012

Admission Overview

Applicants 18,485
Admitted 12,914
Acceptance rate 69.9%
Yield rate 34.6%

Acceptance Rate by Gender

University of South Carolina Acceptances by Gender

25th to 75th Percentile of Admitted Students

University of South Carolina's Average SAT Scores

This graph shows the 25th to 75th percentile SAT scores of admitted students at University of South Carolina.

University of South Carolina's average SAT scores fall between:

  • Verbal: 530 and 630
  • Math: 560 and 650
  • Writing: and
 

Degree Completions

View All This table shows the number of students who graduated with a degree in the following fields:
Parchment Member Admissions Statistics

Parchment Members' Admissions Results

Applied 2727
Reported Results 633
Accepted 568 (90%) 90,10
Rejected 65
Attending 144
Yield Rate 25%


Admitted Members' Score Range
25th 50th 75th Percentile
GPA 0.00 3.20 3.64
SAT I 600 1689 1899
Selectivity Index™ 63 536 682


Rejected Members' Score Range
25th 50th 75th Percentile
GPA 2.56 3.10
SAT I 600 999 1599
Selectivity Index™ 0 226 492


Stats last calculated: Monday 20th of August 2012 08:00:04 AM
Newest applicant: 0 days, 2 hours, and 20 minutes ago.
All the above data except for Parchment Member Statistics is 'official' -- meaning that it was reported directly by this college -- and comes from the 2011 - 2012 academic year.
Peer Colleges

18.2,81.8 19% Clemson University

16.2,83.8 17% College of Charleston

8.6,91.4 9% Winthrop University

7.8,92.2 8% Coastal Carolina University

7.6,92.4 8% University of Georgia

7.1,92.9 8% University of Alabama

5.9,94.1 6% University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

5.9,94.1 6% Auburn University

5.9,94.1 6% North Carolina State University

5.0,95.0 5% Furman University



Funding Sources by Type

Funding Sources