What SAT and ACT Scores are Required for Emerson College

Emerson College Typical SAT Scores

Average SAT score for Emerson College is 1211.

Half of the admitted students have SAT scores from 1190 to 1370. Top 25% of admitted students has SAT score higher than 1370. Bottom 25% of admitted students has SAT score lower than 1190.

You need to have at least 1190 as your SAT score to get into Emerson College. SAT score lower than 1190 still can get you in but your application need to stand out.

Typical SAT scores for Emerson College are from 570 to 660 for math and from 620 to 710 for reading and writing.

New SAT Score25th PercentileMidpoint75th Percentile
Math Score570610660
Reading and Writing Score620662710
Cumulative SAT Score119012721370

Emerson College Typical ACT Scores

Half of the students admitted to Emerson College have ACT scores from 25 to 29. Top 25% of admitted students has ACT score higher than 29.

If you have 29 on your ACT test you have a good chance in getting into Emerson College assuming that other parts of your application are equally great. Bottom 25% of admitted students has ACT score lower than 25.

You ACT score needs to be at least 25 to have some chance getting into Emerson College. Typical ACT scores for Emerson College are from 23 to 28 for math and from Not available to Not available for reading and writing.

ACT Scores25th PercentileMidpoint75th Percentile
Cumulative Score252729
English Score252932
Math Score232628
Writing Score8910

Emerson College Old SAT Scores (2400) Requirements

Old SAT Score25th PercentileMidpoint75th Percentile
Critical Reading Score560615670
Math Score540590640
Writing Score560610660

Emerson College Admission Rate

Emerson College admission rate is 0.4903. It means that out of 100 applicants only 49 will be accepted.

Emerson College Details

OwnershipPrivate nonprofit
Zip Code02116-4624
RegionNew England (CT, ME, MA, NH, RI, VT)
Number of Students506
College Website
College Program4 Year

Emerson College Tuition

In State Tuition$41,052
Out of State Tuition$41,052
Average Net Cost To Attend$39,148

Emerson College Demographics

Non-resident Alien7.45%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander0.08%
American Indian/Alaska Native0.13%

Emerson College Fields Of Study and Degrees

Field of StudyDegreeField of Study CIP
Communication and Media StudiesBachelors Degree0901 (09.01)
Communication and Media StudiesMaster's Degree0901 (09.01)
JournalismBachelors Degree0904 (09.04)
JournalismMaster's Degree0904 (09.04)
Radio, Television, and Digital CommunicationBachelors Degree0907 (09.07)
Radio, Television, and Digital CommunicationMaster's Degree0907 (09.07)
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied CommunicationBachelors Degree0909 (09.09)
Public Relations, Advertising, and Applied CommunicationMaster's Degree0909 (09.09)
PublishingMaster's Degree0910 (09.10)
Graphic CommunicationsBachelors Degree1003 (10.03)
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject AreasBachelors Degree1313 (13.13)
Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject AreasMaster's Degree1313 (13.13)
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing StudiesBachelors Degree2313 (23.13)
Rhetoric and Composition/Writing StudiesMaster's Degree2313 (23.13)
Multi/Interdisciplinary Studies, OtherBachelors Degree3099 (30.99)
Drama/Theatre Arts and StagecraftBachelors Degree5005 (50.05)
Drama/Theatre Arts and StagecraftMaster's Degree5005 (50.05)
Film/Video and Photographic ArtsBachelors Degree5006 (50.06)
MusicBachelors Degree5009 (50.09)
Communication Disorders Sciences and ServicesBachelors Degree5102 (51.02)
Communication Disorders Sciences and ServicesMaster's Degree5102 (51.02)
Business/Corporate CommunicationsMaster's Degree5205 (52.05)
MarketingBachelors Degree5214 (52.14)
MarketingMaster's Degree5214 (52.14)

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