Compare Members in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC)

Compare 12 Members in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Conference in Academic Perspectives.

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Compare Members in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC)

2020 Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Academic Statistics

Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) has 12 members - 11 public and 1 private schools. All 12 school are offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. All 12 schools in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) offer the distance learning Opportunities. Total 120,043 students are attending the schools and the average students to faculty ratio is 16.08 to 1. The 2020 average tuition & fees at Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) is $9,666 for state residents and $19,195 for out-of-state students.
Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Statistics
academic year 2019-2020
Number of Schools12 schools
By Types11 public, 1 private
Tuition & fees
Undergraduate$9,666 State residents
$19,195 out-of-state
Graduate$9,918 State residents
$17,034 out-of-state
Average Financial Aid$8,240
Student Population120,043
Undergraduate103,394
Graduate16,649
Acceptance Rate77.82%
Test Scores1,106 SAT, 68 AVG
Students to Faculty Ratio16.08 to 1

Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Members Comparison

Next table lists the colleges in Ohio Valley Conference (OVC). You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2019-2020 Ohio Valley Conference (OVC) Comparison
NameTuition & FeesAverage Financial AidPopulationAcceptance RateTest ScoresOnline LearningStudents to Faculty Ratio
Jacksonville State University
Public, 4 yearsJacksonville, AL
$20,840
($11,120)
$7,784 8,479 55% 1,045 SAT
62 ACT
offered 18 to 1
Eastern Illinois University
Public, 4 yearsCharleston, IL
$13,974
($11,804)
$9,025 7,526 53% 1,035 SAT
60 ACT
offered 13 to 1
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
Public, 4 yearsEdwardsville, IL
$11,265 $7,469 13,281 86% 1,120 SAT
68 ACT
offered 17 to 1
Eastern Kentucky University
Public, 4 yearsRichmond, KY
$19,948
($9,876)
$7,160 15,815 94% 1,080 SAT
68 ACT
offered 15 to 1
Morehead State University
Public, 4 yearsMorehead, KY
$13,876
($9,290)
$6,323 10,195 78% 1,086 SAT
68 ACT
offered 18 to 1
Murray State University
Public, 4 yearsMurray, KY
$24,792
($9,174)
$8,241 9,454 82% 1,143 SAT
74 ACT
offered 15 to 1
Southeast Missouri State University
Public, 4 yearsCape Girardeau, MO
$13,830
($7,800)
$5,802 11,071 86% 1,135 SAT
66 ACT
offered 20 to 1
Austin Peay State University
Public, 4 yearsClarksville, TN
$13,847
($8,303)
$8,226 10,954 95% 1,065 SAT
62 ACT
offered 18 to 1
Belmont University
Private, 4 yearsNashville, TN
$35,650 $13,677 8,260 84% 1,225 SAT
80 ACT
offered 14 to 1
The University of Tennessee-Martin
Public, 4 yearsMartin, TN
$15,788
($9,748)
$7,833 7,048 64% -
70 ACT
offered 15 to 1
Tennessee State University
Public, 4 yearsNashville, TN
$21,732
($9,012)
$9,216 7,774 - - offered 12 to 1
Tennessee Technological University
Public, 4 yearsCookeville, TN
$24,798
($8,934)
$8,123 10,186 79% 1,125 SAT
70 ACT
offered 18 to 1
Average$19,195
($9,666)
$8,240 120,043 77.82% 1,106 SAT
68.00 ACT
12 schools 16.08 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