Cedar Crest College

About

Cedar Crest College online gives students access to online education in areas such as business, nursing, and education. It is a private, not-for-profit institution, headquartered in Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Cedar Crest College Online Majors

Based on the number of bachelor’s degrees conferred in the 2015-2016 school year, the following majors were the most popular at Cedar Crest College:i

  • Registered nursing
  • General psychology
  • Social work
  • Business administration and management
  • Early childhood and secondary education
  • Biological sciences

The Cedar Crest College nursing program was by far the most popular program for students earning bachelor’s degrees. That year, it awarded 108 of the school’s total 265 bachelor’s degrees. Learning is available through online/distance programming.i

For students earning master’s degrees in the 2015-2016 school year, general education, creative writing, art therapy, and nursing administration were the most popular majors.i

Students pursuing undergraduate or graduate certificates did so primarily in social work, gerontology, criminal science, registered nursing, dietetics, and areas of education.i     

Cedar Crest College Tuition

Undergraduate students at Cedar Crest College paid an estimated $36,825 for tuition and fees during the 2016-2017 school year. They paid an additional estimated $1,500 for books and supplies. For four years of full-time school, undergraduates will pay an estimated $161,913.i

Graduate students at Cedar Crest College paid an estimated $13,554 for tuition plus an additional estimated $240 in fees during the 2016-2017 school year.i

Cedar Crest College offers a tuition payment plan and accepts financial aid.i

Cedar Crest College Financial Aid

Of the full-time, beginning undergraduate students at Cedar Crest College, 100 percent received financial aid. Of those students, 100 percent received grants or scholarships, and 56 percent received federal Pell grants. Eighty-eight percent of students in this category took out federal student loans.i

Of all the undergraduate students at Cedar Crest College, including transfer and returning students, 73 percent received grant or scholarship aid and 81 percent took out federal student loans.i

Cedar Crest College Enrollment

In fall 2016, Cedar Crest College had 1,669 total students. 1,428 were enrolled in undergraduate programs. 241 were enrolled in graduate programs. Of the undergraduate students, 62 percent attended school full-time and 38 percent did so part-time. Five percent of them enrolled entirely in online programming, and 27 percent enrolled in at least some online courses.i

Of the graduate students, 71 percent attended school part-time and 29 percent attended full-time. Twenty-three percent enrolled entirely or in part in online programming.i

Cedar Crest College Ranking

U.S. News ranks Cedar Crest College #6 in Regional Colleges North, #2 in Best Colleges for Veterans, and #2 in Best Values Schools.ii Its online programs are currently unranked by U.S. News.

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i https://nces.ed.gov/collegenavigator/?id=211468 | ii https://www.usnews.com/best-colleges/cedar-crest-college-3243

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