August 23, 2014

Stats: Ave Maria - the University

Art Levy | 9/1/2007


Learning Experience: The university’s academic center (top) and library (above). The 750-acre campus includes six buildings. [Photos: Jeffrey Camp]

» Enrollment (fall 2007): 600, including undergraduate,
graduate and doctoral students

» Graduates (2007): 91

» Started with: $250-million investment by Tom Monaghan

» Campus: Six buildings on 750 acres. Every building, including
each dormitory, has its own chapel. The dining hall will seat up to 400 students and serve 2,000 meals a day.

» Tuition and fees: $23,395

» Average SAT score (June 2007): 1234

» Projected future enrollment: 5,500

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