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Anderson University - South Carolina Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

2,512 students

73% admitted

  • 1,894 full time
  • 618 part time
  • 643 men full time
  • 1,251 women full time
  • 2,118 applied
  • 1,542 admitted
  • 524 enrolled

1,995 Undergraduates

$20,020 tuition/year

  • 200 Graduates
  • 317 Non-Degree
  • $20,020 out of state
  • $1,710 fees
  • $8,184 room & board
  • $2,000 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: Baptist
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Southeast Small city
Highest Degree Offered: Doctor's degree - research/scholarship
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Ryne from Woodruff, SC
  • 0
  • Anderson is a great place for someone looking for a school that will provide a Christian family atmosphere. The school is continually growing and already ranks as a top private…

  • May-08-2012 Read More
  • Chelsea from Indialantic, FL
  • 0
  • I feel it will give me a quality education. The campus has character and is beautiful. The faculty, staff and students I have met are sincere with helping me succeed in my…

  • May-18-2012 Read More
Mission Statement

The purpose of Anderson College is to provide within a Christian community a quality liberal arts education for a diverse student body that will prepare graduates for both a livelihood and a rewarding life.

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 4
  • Abigail from Anderson, SC
  • Aug-22-2011 I am a current student here

    I love the AU environment! The majority of students genuinely want to be here and that increases the enjoyment of everyone. The feel on campus is very relaxed and family-like. I know everyone says that, but at AU the students, faculty, and administration go out of their way to love on each other. God is the center of the school, but there is no legalism to bind you down. It helps to promote a genuineness in the lives of Christians and enables the lost to feel more comfortable and yet still be exposed to the Gospel. I have worked at another college, stayed at four over night, and visited the campuses of many others, and I can honestly say that AU is the most beautiful and has the most unique atmosphere. The dorms are wonderful and actually feel like home too. Though the cafeteria does not always have the best food, they have a wide variety of options, so you never go hungry. Food for Thought is also a convenient choice for the student in a hurry. The library is huge and well stocked (at least in the Christianity, history, and education sections; I have had little contact with the other sections). It would be nice if the cafeteria hours were longer, but on the plus side it provides a great place to hang out with friends. The ladies in the cafeteria also know many of the students by name and ask about their personal lives while giving them food.

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  • 5
  • Megan from Anderson, SC
  • Jun-30-2011 I am a current student here

    The teachers and people always greet you regardless of prejudices, etc. They even have a student center and other areas for all kinds of students to socialize with one another.

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  • 5
  • Lindsey from White Plains, MD
  • Jun-19-2011 I am a current student here

    Although Anderson is a small town, my friends and I have been on countless adventures. From snowball fights in the winter to mountain climbing and frisbee in the fall, we always find something to do! Anderson is a fabulous place for people who enjoy studying peacefully outside. The campus is truly beautiful and I have enjoyed studying and playing outside on Anderson University grounds.

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  • 3
  • Ash from Georgetown, SC
  • Mar-22-2011 I am a past student here

    I ended up transferring from Anderson University my Freshman year. However, this wasn't due to the campus. The campus itself was great. It's small enough to feel comfortable and everyone is polite. The cafeteria food was okay except on the weekends. Kingsley and the Village are definitely the best dorm rooms. I ended up transferring because I switched to a major they didn't offer.

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