- Private (not-for-profit)4 Years (or High)Ponce, PRDegree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or aboveDoctor's degree1,062 Students12:1 Student-Faculty RatioCaribbean University-Ponce is a Private (not-for-profit) (4 Years or High) college located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It has a total enrollment of 1,062 including undergraduate and graduate students and student to faculty ratio is 12:1. It is a Degree-granting, primarily baccalaureate or above school by Carnegie Classification and its highest degree is Doctor's degree.
Total Students 1,062 Male Students 486 Female Students 576 Undergraduate Students 795 Graduate Students 267
At Caribbean University-Ponce, total 1,062 are attending classes. By gender, 486 male students are enrolled in the school (45.76%) and 576 female students are enrolled (54.24%).Student Population
Amounts Undergraduate Tuition & Fees $5,264 Graduate Tuition & Fees $6,112 Off-Campus Living Costs $7,839
The tuition & fees at Caribbean University-Ponce, for academic year 2017-2018 is $5,264.
The living cost including room, board, and other expenses is $7,839 (living off campus).Cost of Attendance
Caribbean University-Ponce provides various learning opportunities and services for their students.
It includes Online Learning, Remedial Service, Career Counseling, Employment Service, Placement Service, Library and more.
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Caribbean University commits itself to the principle of accessibility, especially to the most disadvantaged; comprehensiveness in its offerings; and adaptability to meet the needs of the community it serves. The University commits to the enhancement of the intellectual and ethical social development. Accepts the responsibility of encouraging in its students the respect for human dignity and the desire, through intellectual enlightenment and personal commitment, to improve the society of which they are members. Accessibility is an essential element in our quest to reduce social and economic inequalities and strains.