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10 Smallest Colleges With Fewest Students

University of Phoenix-Oklahoma is the smallest school with 14 students and University of Phoenix-Louisiana has the second lowest population with 15 students. The average undergraduate tuition & fees of the schools is $16,059 and graduate tuition & fees is $18,639 for academic year 2019-2020. The average acceptance rate is 63.50% and the average SAT score is 1,440. You may want clickg/touch the column in order to sort by the column name. Next table compares the tuition and other academic characteristics between 12 Smallest Colleges with Fewest Students.

#1. University of Phoenix-Oklahoma 14 Students

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#1. University of Phoenix-Oklahoma 14 Students

Tulsa, OK | Private (for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
14
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
2 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$11,098
Graduate
$17,760
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$54,900

#2. University of Phoenix-Louisiana 15 Students

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#2. University of Phoenix-Louisiana 15 Students

Baton Rouge, LA | Private (for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
15
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
3 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$12,398
Graduate
$17,760
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$54,900

#3. California University of Management and Sciences 20 Students

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#3. California University of Management and Sciences 20 Students

Anaheim, CA | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
20
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
24 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$6,330
Graduate
$8,010

#4. Shorter University-College of Adult & Professional Programs 35 Students

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#4. Shorter University-College of Adult & Professional Programs 35 Students

Rome, GA | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Acceptance Rate
33%
Student Population
35
Graduation Rate
40%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
14 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$11,000
Graduate
$11,760
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$50,100

#5. Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies 49 Students

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#5. Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies 49 Students

Marlboro, VT | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
49
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
3 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$26,500
Graduate
$23,820
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$31,600

#6. University of Phoenix-Michigan 52 Students

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#6. University of Phoenix-Michigan 52 Students

Southfield, MI | Private (for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
52
Graduation Rate
13%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
4 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$9,552
Graduate
$16,752
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$54,900

#7. University of Phoenix-Tennessee 62 Students

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#7. University of Phoenix-Tennessee 62 Students

Nashville, TN | Private (for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
62
Graduation Rate
12%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
3 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$9,552
Graduate
$16,752
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$54,900

#8. Rensselaer at Hartford 67 Students

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#8. Rensselaer at Hartford 67 Students

Hartford, CT | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
67
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$86,000

#9. Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts 79 Students

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#9. Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts 79 Students

Portland, ME | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Student Population
79
Tuition & Fees
Graduate
$36,500

#10. Thomas More College of Liberal Arts 90 Students

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#10. Thomas More College of Liberal Arts 90 Students

Merrimack, NH | Private (not-for-profit), 4 or more years
Acceptance Rate
94%
Student Population
90
Graduation Rate
64%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
9 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$21,600

Comparison between Smallest Colleges with Fewest Students

University of Phoenix-Oklahoma is the smallest school with 14 students and University of Phoenix-Louisiana has the second lowest population with 15 students. The average undergraduate tuition & fees of the schools is $16,059 and graduate tuition & fees is $18,639 for academic year 2019-2020. The average acceptance rate is 63.50% and the average SAT score is 1,440. You may want clickg/touch the column in order to sort by the column name. Next table compares the tuition and other academic characteristics between 12 Smallest Colleges with Fewest Students.
Table. Smallest Colleges with Fewest Students Comparison
School NameUndergraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate Tuition & Fees Acceptance RateStudent PopulationSAT ScoresGraduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
1University of Phoenix-Oklahoma Tulsa, OK
Private, 4 years
$11,098$17,760-14-- 2 to 1
2University of Phoenix-Louisiana Baton Rouge, LA
Private, 4 years
$12,398$17,760-15-- 3 to 1
3California University of Management and Sciences Anaheim, CA
Private, 4 years
$6,330$8,010-20-- 24 to 1
4Shorter University-College of Adult & Professional Programs Rome, GA
Private, 4 years
$11,000$11,76033%35-40% 14 to 1
5Marlboro College Graduate & Professional Studies Marlboro, VT
Private, 4 years
$26,500$23,820-49-- 3 to 1
6University of Phoenix-Michigan Southfield, MI
Private, 4 years
$9,552$16,752-52-13% 4 to 1
7University of Phoenix-Tennessee Nashville, TN
Private, 4 years
$9,552$16,752-62-12% 3 to 1
8Rensselaer at Hartford Hartford, CT
Private, 4 years
---67--
9Institute for Doctoral Studies in the Visual Arts Portland, ME
Private, 4 years
$36,499$36,500-79--
10Thomas More College of Liberal Arts Merrimack, NH
Private, 4 years
$21,600-94%901,44064% 9 to 1
Average-$16,059-$18,639 63.50%481,44032.25% 7.75 to 1

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