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College of the Atlantic Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

370 students

64% admitted

  • 341 full time
  • 29 part time
  • 104 men full time
  • 237 women full time
  • 367 applied
  • 235 admitted
  • 76 enrolled

353 Undergraduates

$37,152 tuition/year

  • 6 Graduates
  • 11 Non-Degree
  • $37,152 in state
  • $549 fees
  • $9,258 room & board
  • $600 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: New England Town, remote from an urban area
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Trimester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Alex from Cedarburg, WI
  • 0
  • Built to let you find your own way to your own passion. Wedged between the Atlantic Ocean and a national park, it's the perfect setting for experiential learning. This is…

  • Mar-22-2012 Read More
  • Meghan from Toms River, NJ
  • 0
  • If this college is anything, it's genuine. From the people to the location, everything about COA is holistic and caring. From the moment I set foot on campus to when…

  • Nov-10-2012 Read More
  • Anonymous
  • 0
  • A unique school with a small student body and a trans-disciplinary, self-designed approach to learning.…

  • Oct-23-2013 Read More
  • Tyler from Providence, RI
  • 0
  • COA is a wonderful, inspiring, exciting and challenging school. The single interdisciplinary major provides so much academic freedom and allows students to follow their passions and learn everything agriculture…

  • Oct-24-2013 Read More
  • Emmanuel from Burlington, VT
  • 0
  • Basically, it's for people who are serious about what they're doing and want to change the world. It's for people who don't want to define themselves to one major and…

  • Jun-20-2014 Read More

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Am I Enjoying Being Here
  • 5
  • Sky
  • Jul-29-2011 I am a current student here

    Most people will tell you that as soon as they stepped on campus, they knew it was home. It could have been the view from the cozy, woodsy campus - from the patio of Kaelber hall, you can look out onto the breathtakingly beautiful Frenchman bay. Perhaps it was the people that felt like home. Friendly, energetic intellectuals who welcome just about anyone they see around campus. Maybe it took the classroom experience to pull them in. Sitting in on your first COA class is like being introduced to an entirely new world of possibilities. Challenging, fun, often mind-blowing. So what do we do for fun on a tiny island off the coast of Maine? Acadia National Park is more or less the back yard of College of the Atlantic. It is an amazing opportunity for recreation and education, beautiful year-round. At the college, students are rarely bored. From All College Meetings (or ACM), where students have a powerful voice in the college's decisions, to open mics, theater presentations, dances, and field trips.

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  • 5
  • Brittany from Ventura, CA
  • Jan-13-2011 I am a current student here

    COA is in a beautiful location on the coast on Maine, right next to Acadia National Park. You can always find something to do outside, even in the winter. The community is really welcoming and supportive, making it easy to meet people and make friends right away. On campus every Sunday, there are community dinners, where people cook and eat, with the other residents. On Wednesdays, there are All College Meetings, where students have the opportunity to voice their opinions about issues on campus. COA is a truly amazing place and I am really enjoying being a part of it.

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