Andrews University, located in the Oronoko Charter Township in Michigan, is known for being one of the most culturally diverse universities in the United States and has in fact received reviews from the U.S. News and World Report ranking 7th for that category. Andrews University also ranks 6th for having the largest proportion of international students in the United States.
Andrews University started as a really small school with just 12 students in 1874 but since then the number of students has grown to more than 3,000 students with almost 900 international representing 98 countries. Classes stay relatively small and the student to faculty ratio at Andrews is a very good 12:1.
Andrew University had a broad offering of degree programs and majors with approximately 130 undergraduate programs and 70 graduate programs under six schools/colleges and one division. Its schools/colleges and division are:
• College of Arts & Sciences
• College of Technology
• School of Architecture
• School of Business Administration
• School of Education
• School of Graduate Studies
• Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary
There are currently no online programs available at Andrews University.
Admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 56.2%.
The estimated expenses per year for undergraduate students for 2009-2010 is as follows:
• Tuition (12-16 credits): $20,520
• Dormitory (double occupancy): $3,510
• Meals: $2,850
• General fees: $650
Room and board is available at Andrews University. Housing is separate for males (Meier and Burman Halls) and females (Lamson Hall). There’s also housing available for families and graduate students. Students 22 years and below residing in residence halls are required to participate in their Declining Balance Meal Plan, which costs $1,425 per semester for two meal a day.
For more information about admissions, financial aid or online learning opportunities such as distance education degree programs or online classes, please contact Andrews University.