Directory Information

Address8 E 40th St, New York, NY 10016-0190
Phone212-686-9040
WEBwoodtobecoburn.edu
Admissionwww.woodtobecoburn.edu/admissions
Online Applicationwoodtobecoburn.edu/admissions/apply
Financial Aidwww.woodtobecoburn.edu/admissions/financial-aid
Net Price Calculatorwww.woodtobecoburn.edu/admissions/financial-aid
Disability Servicewww.woodtobecoburn.edu/aboutus/student-resources
School TypePrivate (for-profit), 2-4 years
Carnegie CategoryAssociate's - Public Suburban-serving Single Campus
Highest Degree OfferedAssociate's degree

Tuition & Fees

For undergraduate school, its tuition and fees were $16,920. Total 299 students were attending at the school and the school had offered the campus housing facilities (i.e. dormitory and residence halls possessed by the school).
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate$16,920
Tuition Costs Chart
source: IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education

Key Statistics

The average graduation rate was 81%. Key academic stats for the school were listed in next table.
Key Academics Stats
Graduation Rate81%
Retention Rate80%(full-time)
Student to Faculty Ratio2.56% (39 to 1)
Student Population299

Special Learning Opportunities and On-Campus Student Services

Wood Tobe-Coburn School did not offer online classes (distance learning opportunities) for any degree program. Next table summarizes the special learning opportunities.
Special Learning Opportunities
Online Class
ROTCNo
Weekend/Evening CollegeNo
Teacher CertificationNo
Study AbroadNo
It provides a number of student services including .
On-Campus Student Services
Remedial servicesNo
Academic/career counseling serviceNo
Employment services for studentsNo
Placement services for completersNo
On-campus day care for students' childrenNo
Library facilities at institutionVarious Library Facilities Provided

Special Characteristics

Next table shows the special characteristics that Wood Tobe-Coburn School offered/had.
Special Characteristics
Religious AffiliationNot applicable
Has HospitalNo
Offer Medical DegreeNo
Board/Meal PlanNo
Dormitory CapacityNo Campus Housing Facilities Provided


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