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Initials » UCONN     
City »Storrs 
State »CT 
Size »27,648 
F:M »50.3:49.7 
ACT »~29.1 
SAT »~1518.6 
Room »$11,050 
Instate »$10,670 
Outstate »$27,566 
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Education »B+ 
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Extra Curricular »B+ 
Safety »B+ 
Grounds »B+ 
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Friendliness »B+ 
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Surrounding City »C- 
Funding Use »B+ 
Alumni »12/23 yrs 
Starting Salary »$45,556 
Current Salary »$113,636 
10yr Salary »$75,028 
GoingWell »91.7% 
JobSatis »83.3% 
American Indian »  
Asian »7% 
Black »5% 
Hispanic »6% 
International »7% 
White »62% 
Unknown »12% 
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