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  1. Professors
    C
  2. Value
    A-
  3. Diversity
    C+
  4. Safety
    B+
  5. Student Life
    B
  6. Location
    B-
Thaddeus Stevens is an above-average public college located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,220 undergraduate students. Admissions is somewhat competitive as the Thaddeus Stevens acceptance rate is 77%. Popular majors include Machine and Metal Working, Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair, and Computer Systems Technician. Graduating 61% of students, Thaddeus Stevens alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $34,100.
750 E King St
Lancaster, PA 17602
Athletic Division
NJCAA Division III
Athletic Conference

Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology Rankings

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Admissions

Cost

Net Price
$5,598/ year
National
$15,523
Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.
Average Total Aid Awarded
$10,706/ year
National
$7,535
Students Receiving Financial Aid
88%

Academics

Professors
C
Based on faculty accomplishments, salary, student reviews, and additional factors.
Student Faculty Ratio
16:1
Evening Degree Programs
Yes
67%
of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.3 responses
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Majors

Students

Full-Time Enrollment
1,220Undergrads
Part-Time Undergrads
13
Undergrads Over 25
13%
Pell Grant
55%
Varsity Athletes
6%
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Campus Life

Freshmen Live On-Campus
Day Care Services
No
40%
of students highly rate the athletics/recreation facilities.5 responses
40%
of students highly rate the dining facilities.5 responses
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After College

Median Earnings 6 Years After Graduation
$45,600/ year
National
$33,028
Graduation Rate
61%
National
49%
Employed 2 Years After Graduation
92%
National
83%

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Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is a simple effective school and that is the best way I can put it. If you would like to pursue a career in a vocational career like Welding then this is the place to be. The hire rate is also quite successful so there is no Job downside. Now, the quality of the campus is average. The food at Stevens is the same three meals, Pizza, Burgers or Chicken. The Shuttle service to the smaller campuses is modest at best. Some shuttle drivers basically do whatever they please. Like, watch tv while driving, show up when they feel like it, etc. Another thing is the quality of the campus cleaning wise. The main campus is clean, well maintained and mostly appealing. The orange and greenfield campuses, however, are not so fortunate. The smaller campuses are often dirty, not up to date and are not maintained to the extent they should be. Lastly, The Gen Ed courses should be better suited for the majors and not the simple fact that they exist.
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The mix of academics with hands on education allows people to experience their field of choice in a well rounded way, and the networking opportunities for future employment are numerous. However, I would like to see more interaction between programs of a similar nature, and many programs could include more updated technology to match the workforce.
I took general education classes online during COVID-19, and my major classes were partially online for the 2020 semesters. While I do understand needing to keep in person classes limited during a time like this, many of the hands on concepts were lost on me while taking online classes. I paid full price for tuition while not being able to experience the hand on lab education.