Caribbean - Ponce is a private university located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 444 undergraduate students. The Caribbean - Ponce acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Electrical Engineering. Graduating 22% of students, Caribbean - Ponce alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $15,900.
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Most Popular Majors
Nursing Assistant45 Graduates
Medical Assistant16 Graduates
Electrical Engineering15 Graduates
Police and Criminal Science15 Graduates
Social Work and Youth Services11 Graduates
Civil Engineering8 Graduates
Industrial Engineering6 Graduates
Computer Programming3 Graduates
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Caribbean University - Ponce Reviews
I have had a great college experience. It encourages maturity, being able to live alone. Most professors are passionate about their students' success, and would do their very best to ensure that the student earns a passing grade. I like the fact that there is always something going on for the students. Meaning something like socials that could relax the mind and things that allow the students to be able to balance school-social life, or for the working students, a work-school-social life. There is also the aspect of Christianity which is implemented at the school, which I like. I would choose this school again because they do strive for excellence as their motto claims.
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The University is accessible, full of diferentes options. They help you since you enter. They have great facilities to perform your major challenge.