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Wisconsin Lutheran College (WLC)
Milwaukee, WI
Primarily bachelor’s degree granting
Undergraduate enrollment: 1,030
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Costs
$18,575 / yr
 
What does it typically cost to attend WLC?
In-state:
Total costs before aid:
The average net price for undergraduate students is $18,575 per year. Net price is what undergraduate students pay after grants and scholarships (financial aid you don’t have to pay back) are subtracted from the institution’s cost of attendance.
The average net price has decreased 0.7% from 2008 to 2010.
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Graduation Rate
The graduation rate is in the high range when compared to similar institutions
 
What percentage of students graduate?
58.1% of full-time students received their bachelor’s degree within 6 years. Graduation rate data are based on undergraduate students who enrolled full-time and have never enrolled in college before. This may not represent all undergraduates that attend this institution.
Loan Default Rate
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Are students able to repay their loans after they graduate?
4.4% of borrowers defaulted on their Federal student loans within three years of entering repayment.
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Median Borrowing
$224.41 / mo
 
What is the typical amount borrowed for a student’s undergraduate study?
Families typically borrow $19,500 in Federal loans for a student’s undergraduate study. The Federal loan payment over 10 years for this amount is approximately $224.41 per month. Your borrowing may be different.
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What kinds of jobs do students have when they graduate?
The U.S. Department of Education is working to provide information about the average earnings of former undergraduate students at WLC who borrowed Federal student loans. In the meantime, ask WLC to tell you about how many of its graduates get jobs, what kinds of jobs they get, and how much those graduates typically earn.
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The College Scorecard has been designed by the U.S. Department of Education to provide better information to students and parents about college affordability and value. More information about the data included in the scorecard is available here. Note that the information included in the scorecard may not apply to all students. Students should contact the institution for more information about these measures.
 
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