|Palmer College of Chiropractic Davenport||Merrimack College||College 3||College 4|
|Location||Davenport, IA||North Andover, MA|
|Setting||Small City||Large Suburban|
|Type||Private 4 Year||Private 4 Year|
|Religious Affiliation||-||Roman Catholic||-||-|
|Tuition (In State)||$9,120||$40,770|
|Tuition (Out of State)||$9,120||$40,770|
|Room & Board||$8,744||$16,320|
|Avg Net Price||-||$34,378|
|Avg Grant Aid||$0||$23,529|
|% Receiving Grant Aid||0%||99%|
Admission and Academics
|Avg High School GPA||-||-|
|Application Deadline||Feb 1, 2020|
|Median Earnings (After 10 years)||$50,000||$58,000|
|Making Student Loan Payments||38%||78%|
|Median Student Loan Debt||$7,500||$27,000|
|Median Loan Payment||$77||$279|
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