Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Academic Key Facts Comparison

Next table compares general academic characteristics of the atlantic coast conference (acc) schools. You can see the full information of each school by following link on the school's name.
Table. Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) College Overview
NameLocationType/LevelAcceptance RatesPopulation
Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
29% 14,466
Clemson University Clemson, SC Public
4 or more years
51% 23,406
Duke University Durham, NC Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
11% 15,735
Florida State University Tallahassee, FL Public
4 or more years
56% 41,173
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus Atlanta, GA Public
4 or more years
32% 26,839
University of Maryland-College Park College Park, MD Public
4 or more years
45% 39,083
University of Miami Coral Gables, FL Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
38% 16,744
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, NC Public
4 or more years
31% 29,468
North Carolina State University at Raleigh Raleigh, NC Public
4 or more years
50% 33,755
University of Notre Dame Notre Dame, IN Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
20% 12,393
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus Pittsburgh, PA Public
4 or more years
54% 28,664
Syracuse University Syracuse, NY Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
48% 21,970
University of Virginia-Main Campus Charlottesville, VA Public
4 or more years
30% 23,898
Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC Private (not-for-profit)
4 or more years
29% 7,968

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Undergraduate Tuition & Fees Comparison

The average undergraduate tuition & fees of Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is $11,888 for state residents and $39,312 for out of state students in academic year 2016-2017. Next tables compare the undergraduate tuition & fees at 14 schools in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Table. Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
NameIn-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTotalTuitionFeesTotal
Boston College-$50,480$816$51,296
Clemson University$13,418$1,290$14,708$33,300$1,290$34,590
Duke University-$49,575$1,690$51,265
Florida State University$4,640$1,867$6,507$19,084$2,589$21,673
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$9,812$2,400$12,212$30,004$2,400$32,404
University of Maryland-College Park$8,315$1,866$10,181$30,179$1,866$32,045
University of Miami-$45,600$1,404$47,004
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$6,881$1,953$8,834$31,963$1,953$33,916
North Carolina State University at Raleigh$6,407$2,473$8,880$23,926$2,473$26,399
University of Notre Dame-$49,178$507$49,685
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus$17,688$930$18,618$28,828$930$29,758
Syracuse University-$43,440$1,582$45,022
University of Virginia-Main Campus$12,496$2,668$15,164$42,643$3,354$45,997
Wake Forest University-$48,746$562$49,308
Average$9,957$1,931$11,888$37,639$1,673$39,312
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Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Graduate Programs Tuition & Fees Comparison

The average graduate tuition & fees of Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is $14,071 for state residents and $32,753 for out of state students in academic year 2016-2017. Next tables compare the graduate tuition & fees at 14 schools in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Table. Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Graduate Programs Tuition & Fees
NameIn-StateOut-of-State
TuitionFeesTotalTuitionFeesTotal
Boston College-$27,216$90$27,306
Clemson University$8,826$856$9,682$18,424$856$19,280
Duke University-$49,500$1,102$50,602
Florida State University$9,684$1,859$11,543$24,116$2,581$26,697
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus$13,452$2,200$15,652$27,872$2,200$30,072
University of Maryland-College Park$11,718$1,538$13,256$25,272$1,538$26,810
University of Miami-$34,200$1,016$35,216
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$9,643$1,963$11,606$26,854$1,963$28,817
North Carolina State University at Raleigh$8,088$2,484$10,572$22,610$2,484$25,094
University of Notre Dame-$49,050$472$49,522
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus$21,748$830$22,578$35,904$830$36,734
Syracuse University-$34,632$1,242$35,874
University of Virginia-Main Campus$15,026$2,654$17,680$25,168$3,336$28,504
Wake Forest University-$37,520$490$38,010
Average$12,273$1,798$14,071$31,310$1,443$32,753
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Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Living Costs Comparison

The average living costs including room, board, and other living expenses of Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is $14,928 when a student lives in campus such as dormitory and school apartments and $15,279 when living off campus.Next tables compare the living costs at 14 schools in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Table. Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Living Costs Comparison
NameOn-Campus Living CostsOff-Campus Living Costs
Room & BoardOther ExpensesTotalRoom & BoardOther ExpensesTotal
Boston College $13,818$1,700$15,518 $10,200$1,700$11,900
Clemson University $9,144$3,502$12,646 $9,144$3,502$12,646
Duke University $14,438$2,206$16,644 ---
Florida State University $10,304$4,764$15,068 $10,304$4,764$15,068
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus $11,148$3,260$14,408 $13,640$3,260$16,900
University of Maryland-College Park $12,078$2,604$14,682 $13,966$3,932$17,898
University of Miami $13,310$3,062$16,372 $16,490$3,062$19,552
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $11,218$3,404$14,622 $12,218$3,404$15,622
North Carolina State University at Raleigh $10,635$2,442$13,077 $10,635$2,442$13,077
University of Notre Dame $14,358$1,950$16,308 $14,358$1,950$16,308
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus $10,950$2,534$13,484 $10,950$2,534$13,484
Syracuse University $15,217$1,665$16,882 $15,217$1,665$16,882
University of Virginia-Main Campus $10,726$2,754$13,480 $10,726$2,754$13,480
Wake Forest University $13,404$2,400$15,804 $13,404$2,400$15,804
Average $12,196$2,732$14,928 $12,404$2,875$15,279
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