Average SAT score for Fisk University is 937.
Half of the admitted students have SAT scores from 890 to 1160. Top 25% of admitted students has SAT score higher than 1160. Bottom 25% of admitted students has SAT score lower than 890.
You need to have at least 890 as your SAT score to get into Fisk University. SAT score lower than 890 still can get you in but your application need to stand out.
Typical SAT scores for Fisk University are from 450 to 580 for math and from 440 to 580 for reading and writing.
|New SAT Score||25th Percentile||Midpoint||75th Percentile|
|Reading and Writing Score||440||512||580|
|Cumulative SAT Score||890||1025||1160|
Half of the students admitted to Fisk University have ACT scores from 17 to 23. Top 25% of admitted students has ACT score higher than 23.
If you have 23 on your ACT test you have a good chance in getting into Fisk University assuming that other parts of your application are equally great. Bottom 25% of admitted students has ACT score lower than 17.
You ACT score needs to be at least 17 to have some chance getting into Fisk University. Typical ACT scores for Fisk University are from 15 to 23 for math and from Not available to Not available for reading and writing.
|ACT Scores||25th Percentile||Midpoint||75th Percentile|
|Writing Score||Not available||Not available||Not available|
|Old SAT Score||25th Percentile||Midpoint||75th Percentile|
|Critical Reading Score||380||430||480|
Fisk University admission rate is 0.8093. It means that out of 100 applicants only 81 will be accepted.
|Region||Southeast (AL, AR, FL, GA, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN, VA, WV)|
|Number of Students||143|
|College Program||4 Year|
|In State Tuition||$21,480|
|Out of State Tuition||$21,480|
|Average Net Cost To Attend||$15,975|
|Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander||0.00%|
|American Indian/Alaska Native||0.00%|
|Field of Study||Degree||Field of Study CIP|
|Computer and Information Sciences, General||Bachelors Degree||1101 (11.01)|
|Special Education and Teaching||Bachelors Degree||1310 (13.10)|
|Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Levels and Methods||Graduate/Professional Certificate||1312 (13.12)|
|Teacher Education and Professional Development, Specific Subject Areas||Bachelors Degree||1313 (13.13)|
|Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics||Bachelors Degree||1609 (16.09)|
|English Language and Literature, General||Bachelors Degree||2301 (23.01)|
|Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities||Bachelors Degree||2401 (24.01)|
|Biology, General||Bachelors Degree||2601 (26.01)|
|Biology, General||Master's Degree||2601 (26.01)|
|Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology||Bachelors Degree||2602 (26.02)|
|Mathematics||Bachelors Degree||2701 (27.01)|
|Chemistry||Bachelors Degree||4005 (40.05)|
|Chemistry||Master's Degree||4005 (40.05)|
|Physics||Bachelors Degree||4008 (40.08)|
|Physics||Master's Degree||4008 (40.08)|
|Psychology, General||Bachelors Degree||4201 (42.01)|
|Psychology, General||Master's Degree||4201 (42.01)|
|Political Science and Government||Bachelors Degree||4510 (45.10)|
|Sociology||Bachelors Degree||4511 (45.11)|
|Design and Applied Arts||Bachelors Degree||5004 (50.04)|
|Fine and Studio Arts||Bachelors Degree||5007 (50.07)|
|Music||Bachelors Degree||5009 (50.09)|
|Business/Commerce, General||Bachelors Degree||5201 (52.01)|
|Business Administration, Management and Operations||Bachelors Degree||5202 (52.02)|
|History||Bachelors Degree||5401 (54.01)|