Compare Members in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)

Compare 15 Members in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Conference in Academic Perspectives.

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Compare Members in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)

2020 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Academic Statistics

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has 15 members - 9 public and 6 private schools. All 15 school are offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. All 15 schools in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) offer the distance learning Opportunities. Total 384,855 students are attending the schools and the average students to faculty ratio is 14.13 to 1. The 2020 average tuition & fees at Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) is $13,153 for state residents and $44,174 for out-of-state students.
Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Statistics
academic year 2019-2020
Number of Schools15 schools
By Types9 public, 6 private
Tuition & fees
Undergraduate$13,153 State residents
$44,174 out-of-state
Graduate$15,643 State residents
$36,694 out-of-state
Average Financial Aid$22,546
Student Population384,855
Undergraduate258,556
Graduate126,299
Acceptance Rate36.00%
Test Scores1,359 SAT, 31 AVG
Students to Faculty Ratio14.13 to 1

Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Members Comparison

Next table lists the colleges in Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC). You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2019-2020 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Comparison
NameTuition & FeesAverage Financial AidPopulationAcceptance RateTest ScoresOnline LearningStudents to Faculty Ratio
Florida State University
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Public, 4 yearsTallahassee, FL
$18,786
($5,656)
$8,897 43,569 37% 1,260 SAT
28 ACT
offered 21 to 1
University of Miami
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Private, 4 yearsCoral Gables, FL
$54,760 $34,806 17,809 28% 1,380 SAT
32 ACT
offered 12 to 1
Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
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Public, 4 yearsAtlanta, GA
$33,964
($12,852)
$11,108 39,771 16% 1,405 SAT
32 ACT
offered 19 to 1
University of Notre Dame
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Private, 4 yearsNotre Dame, IN
$58,843 $40,443 12,809 15% 1,480 SAT
34 ACT
offered 9 to 1
University of Louisville
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Public, 4 yearsLouisville, KY
$28,716
($12,370)
$9,625 22,211 75% 1,160 SAT
24 ACT
offered 19 to 1
Boston College
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Private, 4 yearsChestnut Hill, MA
$61,706 $43,028 14,934 19% 1,475 SAT
34 ACT
offered 14 to 1
Syracuse University
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Private, 4 yearsSyracuse, NY
$57,591 $27,435 21,322 59% 1,310 SAT
30 ACT
offered 15 to 1
Duke University
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Private, 4 yearsDurham, NC
$60,244 $48,351 16,172 6% 1,513 SAT
34 ACT
not offered 6 to 1
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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Public, 4 yearsChapel Hill, NC
$36,891
($9,028)
$15,936 30,092 20% 1,260 SAT
25 ACT
offered 13 to 1
North Carolina State University at Raleigh
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Public, 4 yearsRaleigh, NC
$29,916
($9,131)
$10,175 36,042 47% 1,355 SAT
30 ACT
offered 14 to 1
Wake Forest University
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Private, 4 yearsWinston-Salem, NC
$59,770 $37,880 8,789 25% - offered 11 to 1
University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus
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Public, 4 yearsPittsburgh, PA
$35,394
($20,362)
$12,750 32,277 67% 1,360 SAT
31 ACT
offered 14 to 1
Clemson University
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Public, 4 yearsClemson, SC
$38,550
($15,558)
$9,287 26,406 49% 1,320 SAT
30 ACT
offered 16 to 1
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
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Public, 4 yearsBlacksburg, VA
$33,857
($14,174)
$8,345 37,024 56% 1,310 SAT
29 ACT
offered 14 to 1
University of Virginia-Main Campus
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Public, 4 yearsCharlottesville, VA
$53,626
($19,244)
$20,125 25,628 21% 1,440 SAT
34 ACT
offered 15 to 1
Average$44,174
($13,153)
$22,546 384,855 36.00% 1,359 SAT
30.50 ACT
15 schools 14.13 to 1
All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020