We call this school an "engine of inequality" because very few students come
from working-class and low-income family backgrounds, and it falls in the bottom
5% of all four-year colleges nationwide for its extraordinarily
low enrollment of freshmen who receive Pell Grants, a type of federal financial
aid for low-income students. This college is not very socioeconomically
diverse. If this is important to you, use this website to identify similar
colleges or colleges in your area that may be more diverse or affordable and
that graduate a high percentage of students.