Veteran friendly universities and colleges are the ideal solution for military veterans' below average college graduation rates.
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University of Connecticut is a good decision for students pursuing a General Agriculture degree. Want a large student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.
Each year, somewhere around 64.0% first-year students get scholarships, with the average award being $9,228. University of Connecticut's default rate of 3.0% is significantly below the average of 7.0%. Take a virtual tour for more information on UCONN's campus.
University of Maine is a good choice for individuals interested in a General Agriculture major. The specific location of Orono, Maine, is nice for college students who like a quieter, suburban spot.
Since the average SAT score of this school's applicants is about 1,085, the school is able to be selective. Around 63.4% of the professors at this school are full-time and get normal office hours, so they should be more accessible to students. Where is University of Maine doing the best? Check out all the school rankings.