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Compare Brigham Young University - Hawaii’s Scorecard to Other Colleges

Review BYU - H’s educational quality, value, diversity and more. How does Brigham Young University - Hawaii compare to other colleges nationally, regionally, and in the state?

Value for your Money
NationwideBestA+77 of 1,472
Region (Far Western US)BestA+4 of 604
State (Hawaii)BestA-1 of 5
Student Body Caliber
Admissions Selectivity97.3%C1,745 of 3,678
Average Combined Old SAT Score (Math & Reading)1,170B358 of 1,217
Average Combined New SAT Score1240B358 of 1,217
Educational Resources
Student to Faculty Ratio17 : 1D+2,421 of 3,794
Percentage of Full-Time Teachers55.6%B-1,415 of 4,040
Average Faculty Compensation$5,666D1,702 of 2,371
Expenditures per Student$12,436B+672 of 2,572
Degree Completion
Freshman Retention Rate63.0%D+2,190 of 3,392
Graduation Rate65.1%B+813 of 3,271
Graduation Rate BoostAs ExpectedC1,015 of 2,108
Post Graduation Earnings
Average Following Graduation
Boost Following Graduation
Average Mid-Career
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Student Loan Default Rate
Ethnic DiversityBestA-328 of 3,732
Male to Female DiversityGoodB1,719 of 3,732
Geographic DiversityBestA+46 of 3,452

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