Hannibal-Lagrange College

Hannibal-Lagrange College ( HLU ) – private nonprofit higher education institution in the United States. The history of HLU dates back to 1858.

Admission and tuition fees. The admission committee of the university organizes the recruitment of applicants, evaluating the academic performance of the applicant, as well as the results of the exams passed. Most applicants to HLU successfully enter this university, the average competition is approximately 90 accepted per 100 applicants. As in many US universities, the academic year traditionally consists of two semesters. Education per year at this university will cost around 15,000 USD. Master’s programs can also be considered quite expensive, the cost is 15,000 USD per year. Additionally, tuition costs can be partly covered by financial assistance from the university. Also today, the university offers distance education. For more accurate information about tuition fees, deadlines,http://www.hlg.edu .

The composition of the university. Hannibal-Lagrange College is a small university in terms of the number of students, in which a total of approximately 2,000 students study. In addition to local citizens, foreign citizens can also enter the university. University students may have access to international exchange programs. You can find out more about student life and studying at the university on the social. University pages: Twitter , Facebook .

University infrastructure. The university has its own library. The educational institution allows students to live on campus.