LeMoyne-Owen College Rankings

Located in Memphis, TN, LeMoyne-Owen College is one of the best universities in the state of Tennessee. On this page, you will find in-depth rankings for LeMoyne-Owen College in the following areas: graduation rates, teaching  resources, financing opportunities, and alumni donations. Latest acceptance rate is also given to show how competitive is LeMoyne-Owen College.

807 Walker Avenue Memphis, TN 38126
Phone: (901) 435-1500
Email: [email protected]
Web site: http://www.loc.edu/

Rankings: LeMoyne-Owen College

Rankings, Ratings, and Admissions Statistics
Peer college rating (out of 5) 2.0
Graduation and retention ranking: 96
Average freshman retention rate: 44.8%
6-year graduation rate: 18.8%
Predicted graduation rate: N/A
Overperformance(+)/Underperformance(-): N/A
Faculty resources ranking: 43
Classes with under 20 students (2020): 87.5%
Classes with 50 or more students (2020): 0.0%
Student faculty ratio (2020): 10:1
Percent of faculty who are full-time (2020) 84.4%
Student selectivity ranking: 76
SAT/ACT 25th-75th percentile (2020) 15-18
2020 Freshmen in top 10 percent of high school class: N/A
Freshmen in top 25 percent of high school class (2020): N/A
Fall 2020 Acceptance rate: 79.7%
Financial resources rank: 6
Alumni giving rank: 44
Average alumni giving rate (2020): 8.5%

 

Essential Facts: LeMoyne-Owen College

Rules and regulations Sports Activities 

General Information  
Percent of undergraduate students who live in college-owned, operated, or affiliated housing: N/A
Percent of undergraduates who are members of a fraternity: N/A
Percent of student body who are members of a sorority: N/A
Average percentage of students on campus during weekends: 20%
Are all students permitted to have cars on campus? Yes
Percent of students who have cars on campus: 80%
Is alcohol permitted on campus for students of legal age? No
Additional policies and regulations: class attendance policies set by individual instructors, dress/hair code, hazing prohibited
Collegiate athletic association: NCAA II
Men’s scholarship sports: baseball, basketball, cross country, golf, tennis
Women’s scholarship sports: basketball, cross country, golf, softball, tennis, volleyball
Student activities: choral groups, music ensembles, student government, student newspaper, yearbook

 

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