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    Outstanding value: Top 5% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Very good value: 20% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Average value: 40% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Below average value: Bottom 60% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Poor value: Bottom 40% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Terrible value: Bottom 20% of colleges by value for money (economic score)

    Private

    Cox College

    #16 Missouri
    Economic Score
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    Our economic score ranks programs based on a combination of payback and EarningsPlus. Lower scores are better. Check our methodology page for details and data sources.

    5.14
    AVG. Cost

    The median net cost of students who receive federal financial aid. This is lower than the price advertised by the school.

    $28,124
    AVG. earnings

    Median earnings of all students 10 years past enrollment.

    $56,867

    Selective

    Extremely selective: fewer than 10% of applicants accepted

    Very selective: between 10% and <25% accepted

    Selective: between 25% and <50% accepted

    Moderately inclusive: between 50% and <75% accepted

    Very inclusive: between 75% and 99% accepted

    Acceptance rate 33.33%
    AVG. SAT N/A
    Top 3 majors

    Registered Nursing

    Graduation rate: 89.5%
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    Earnings over time

    Average earnings, 10 years after enrolling, for all students who received at least $1 in federal financial aid

    Represents the median earnings of students working and not currently enrolled 10 years after entering college as reported to College Scorecard for 2018-2020.

    Cost over time

    The average net cost for students who receive at least $1 in financial aid, including room, board, and other cost factors, after financial aid.

    Represent the average net price as reported in College Scorecard for 2018-2022. According to the National Center for Education Statistics definition, net price refers to “the average yearly price actually charged to first-time, full-time undergraduate students receiving student aid at an institution of higher education after deducting such aid.”