|John Carroll University||Wright State University Main Campus||College 3||College 4|
|Location||University Heights, OH||Dayton, OH|
|Setting||Large Suburban||Large Suburban|
|Type||Private 4 Year||Public 4 Year|
|Religious Affiliation||Roman Catholic||-||-||-|
|Tuition (In State)||$41,230||$9,578|
|Tuition (Out of State)||$41,230||$18,996|
|Room & Board||$12,232||$11,592|
|Avg Net Price||$27,260||$15,251|
|Avg Grant Aid||$28,873||$6,786|
|% Receiving Grant Aid||97%||75%|
Admission and Academics
|Avg High School GPA||3.53||3.19|
|Application Deadline||Feb 1, 2020|
|Median Earnings (After 10 years)||$57,600||$43,400|
|Making Student Loan Payments||74%||51%|
|Median Student Loan Debt||$26,939||$25,000|
|Median Loan Payment||$278||$258|
Which college is more expensive, JCU or Wright State?
Which college is harder to get into, JCU or Wright State? Average SAT and ACT scores plus acceptance rates offer good insight into the difficulty of admission between Wright State or JCU .
Which is better, JCU or Wright State? Graduation rate, salary and amount of student loan debt are indicators of a college which offers better outcomes for its graduates. Compare the following outcomes facts between Wright State and JCU.