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Great Schools for Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences

Each of these schools outperforms the median for post-graduation salaries!

Best Schools for Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences

These universities have high retention rates and strong post-graduation income for students. Schools are sorted by average price pell grant recipients pay. In-state tuition is used for public universities. Click on the school name to see a full analysis.

  1. Berea College, Kentucky – $4,706
  2. California State University-Fresno, California – $5,874
  3. California State University-San Bernardino, California – $6,408
  4. CUNY Queens College, New York – $6,775
  5. Arizona State University-West, Arizona – $7,619
  6. CUNY Hunter College, New York – $7,887
  7. California State University-Sacramento, California – $9,266
  8. California State University-San Marcos, California – $9,451
  9. Louisiana Tech University, Louisiana – $9,561
  10. California State University-Long Beach, California – $9,733
  11. Wayne State University, Michigan – $11,366
  12. Arizona State University-Tempe, Arizona – $11,572
  13. Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix, Arizona – $11,581
  14. University of Florida, Florida – $12,159
  15. Fashion Institute of Technology, New York – $12,234
  16. California State Polytechnic University-Pomona, California – $12,484
  17. University of Utah, Utah – $12,674
  18. Brigham Young University-Provo, Utah – $12,795
  19. University of New Mexico-Main Campus, New Mexico – $12,827
  20. Appalachian State University, North Carolina – $13,171
  21. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina – $13,210
  22. Oklahoma State University-Main Campus, Oklahoma – $13,538
  23. Purdue University-Main Campus, Indiana – $13,545
  24. Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, Louisiana – $13,624
  25. San Francisco State University, California – $13,655
  26. University of Georgia, Georgia – $13,822
  27. Iowa State University, Iowa – $13,947
  28. University of Nevada-Reno, Nevada – $14,164
  29. Indiana University-Bloomington, Indiana – $14,303
  30. Madonna University, Michigan – $14,458
  31. Pennsylvania State University-Penn State DuBois, Pennsylvania – $14,772
  32. University of California-San Diego, California – $14,775
  33. Florida State University, Florida – $14,985
  34. SUNY College at Plattsburgh, New York – $14,991
  35. Pennsylvania State University-Penn State York, Pennsylvania – $15,135
  36. East Carolina University, North Carolina – $15,203
  37. University of California-Davis, California – $15,309
  38. University of Houston, Texas – $15,399
  39. Texas A & M University-College Station, Texas – $15,440
  40. Ball State University, Indiana – $15,521
  41. University of Arkansas, Arkansas – $15,648
  42. Mississippi State University, Mississippi – $15,656
  43. University of Northern Iowa, Iowa – $15,666
  44. University of Nebraska at Kearney, Nebraska – $15,768
  45. Fresno Pacific University, California – $16,020
  46. University of Arizona, Arizona – $16,150
  47. Texas Tech University, Texas – $16,450
  48. Georgia Southern University, Georgia – $16,480
  49. Sonoma State University, California – $16,721
  50. University of Delaware, Delaware – $16,736
  51. Clemson University, South Carolina – $16,770
  52. Freed-Hardeman University, Tennessee – $16,882
  53. University of Maryland-College Park, Maryland – $16,928
  54. St. Joseph’s College-New York, New York – $16,976
  55. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minnesota – $16,993
  56. SUNY Oneonta, New York – $17,009
  57. Kansas State University, Kansas – $17,023
  58. Michigan State University, Michigan – $17,120
  59. University of Missouri-Columbia, Missouri – $17,157
  60. Ohio State University-Main Campus, Ohio – $17,231
  61. University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska – $17,311
  62. University of Kentucky, Kentucky – $17,617
  63. Towson University, Maryland – $17,628
  64. Harding University, Arkansas – $17,803
  65. University of Vermont, Vermont – $17,831
  66. Binghamton University, New York – $17,870
  67. Vanderbilt University, Tennessee – $17,929
  68. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois – $18,243
  69. Colorado State University-Fort Collins, Colorado – $18,318
  70. The University of Texas at Austin, Texas – $18,422
  71. Kent State University at Kent, Ohio – $18,680
  72. John Brown University, Arkansas – $18,777
  73. The University of Tennessee-Knoxville, Tennessee – $19,076
  74. University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island – $19,216
  75. University of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin – $19,320
  76. Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Virginia – $19,413
  77. Cornerstone University, Michigan – $19,543
  78. Warner Pacific College Adult Degree Program, Oregon – $19,627
  79. University of La Verne, California – $19,863
  80. James Madison University, Virginia – $20,036
  81. Andrews University, Michigan – $20,484
  82. Oregon State University, Oregon – $20,581
  83. Illinois State University, Illinois – $20,969
  84. University of Connecticut, Connecticut – $21,223
  85. Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – $21,656
  86. The University of Alabama, Alabama – $21,676
  87. Montclair State University, New Jersey – $21,727
  88. Auburn University, Alabama – $21,984
  89. Ohio University-Main Campus, Ohio – $22,058
  90. Miami University-Oxford, Ohio – $22,307
  91. Lipscomb University, Tennessee – $22,895
  92. St Bonaventure University, New York – $23,047
  93. Howard University, Washington D.C. – $24,156
  94. Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Altoona, Pennsylvania – $24,696
  95. Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Erie-Behrend College, Pennsylvania – $24,699
  96. Mills College, California – $24,848
  97. University of New Hampshire-Main Campus, New Hampshire – $24,879
  98. Fontbonne University, Missouri – $25,125
  99. Union University, Tennessee – $25,437
  100. The Master’s University and Seminary, California – $25,794
  101. Messiah College, Pennsylvania – $26,096
  102. Bradley University, Illinois – $26,407
  103. George Fox University, Oregon – $27,281
  104. Rochester Institute of Technology, New York – $27,348
  105. Simmons College, Massachusetts – $27,575
  106. Seattle Pacific University, Washington – $28,105
  107. Samford University, Alabama – $29,026
  108. Lesley University, Massachusetts – $29,084
  109. Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus, Pennsylvania – $29,806
  110. Case Western Reserve University, Ohio – $29,989
  111. Cornell University, New York – $30,498
  112. Point Loma Nazarene University, California – $30,718
  113. Syracuse University, New York – $30,722
  114. Connecticut College, Connecticut – $30,795
  115. Tufts University, Massachusetts – $31,298
  116. Merrimack College, Massachusetts – $32,742
  117. Baylor University, Texas – $33,477
  118. New York University, New York – $37,362
  119. FIDM-Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising-Los Angeles, California – $39,109
  120. Savannah College of Art and Design, Georgia – $39,690
  121. Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island – $43,457

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