Compare Members in Southeastern Conference (SEC)

Compare 14 Members in Southeastern Conference (SEC) Conference in Academic Perspectives.

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Compare Members in Southeastern Conference (SEC)

2020 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Academic Statistics

Southeastern Conference (SEC) has 14 members - 13 public and 1 private schools. All 14 school are offering both undergraduate and graduate programs. All 14 schools in Southeastern Conference (SEC) offer the distance learning Opportunities. Total 478,002 students are attending the schools and the average students to faculty ratio is 17.36 to 1. The 2020 average tuition & fees at Southeastern Conference (SEC) is $11,150 for state residents and $32,386 for out-of-state students.
Southeastern Conference (SEC) Statistics
academic year 2019-2020
Number of Schools14 schools
By Types13 public, 1 private
Tuition & fees
Undergraduate$11,150 State residents
$32,386 out-of-state
Graduate$11,567 State residents
$29,178 out-of-state
Average Financial Aid$12,565
Student Population478,002
Undergraduate366,263
Graduate111,739
Acceptance Rate68.71%
Test Scores1,248 SAT, 28 AVG
Students to Faculty Ratio17.36 to 1

Southeastern Conference (SEC) Members Comparison

Next table lists the colleges in Southeastern Conference (SEC). You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort.
2019-2020 Southeastern Conference (SEC) Comparison
NameTuition & FeesAverage Financial AidPopulationAcceptance RateTest ScoresOnline LearningStudents to Faculty Ratio
The University of Alabama
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Public, 4 yearsTuscaloosa, AL
$31,090
($11,620)
$13,788 37,840 80% 1,200 SAT
27 ACT
offered 20 to 1
Auburn University
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Public, 4 yearsAuburn, AL
$31,986
($11,826)
$8,809 30,737 85% 1,240 SAT
28 ACT
offered 20 to 1
University of Arkansas
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Public, 4 yearsFayetteville, AR
$26,390
($9,574)
$6,725 27,562 78% 1,185 SAT
26 ACT
offered 19 to 1
University of Florida
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Public, 4 yearsGainesville, FL
$28,659
($6,381)
$10,500 53,372 31% 1,375 SAT
31 ACT
offered 17 to 1
University of Georgia
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Public, 4 yearsAthens, GA
$31,108
($12,068)
$10,276 39,147 48% 1,355 SAT
31 ACT
offered 17 to 1
University of Kentucky
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Public, 4 yearsLexington, KY
$31,608
($12,610)
$10,865 29,986 96% 1,175 SAT
26 ACT
offered 16 to 1
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
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Public, 4 yearsBaton Rouge, LA
$28,635
($11,958)
$11,784 34,285 73% 1,195 SAT
26 ACT
offered 22 to 1
University of Mississippi
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Public, 4 yearsUniversity, MS
$25,886
($9,044)
$11,678 21,014 88% 1,120 SAT
26 ACT
offered 16 to 1
Mississippi State University
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Public, 4 yearsMississippi State, MS
$24,900
($9,220)
$10,301 22,986 80% 1,160 SAT
26 ACT
offered 16 to 1
University of Missouri-Columbia
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Public, 4 yearsColumbia, MO
$30,450
($11,475)
$10,270 31,089 82% 1,215 SAT
26 ACT
offered 18 to 1
University of South Carolina-Columbia
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Public, 4 yearsColumbia, SC
$33,928
($12,688)
$6,405 35,470 68% 1,240 SAT
28 ACT
offered 18 to 1
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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Public, 4 yearsKnoxville, TN
$31,664
($13,244)
$10,035 30,559 78% 1,222 SAT
28 ACT
offered 17 to 1
Vanderbilt University
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Private, 4 yearsNashville, TN
$56,966 $44,675 13,537 12% 1,520 SAT
34 ACT
offered 8 to 1
Texas A & M University-College Station
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Public, 4 yearsCollege Station, TX
$40,134
($13,239)
$9,793 70,418 63% 1,270 SAT
29 ACT
offered 19 to 1
Average$32,386
($11,150)
$12,565 478,002 68.71% 1,248 SAT
28.00 ACT
14 schools 17.36 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