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Important Academic Statistics

Total 41 students are attending at Carolina School of Broadcasting. There are 1 full-time faculty (instructional/teaching staffs) and 61 part-time faculty working for the school. The students to faculty ratio is 6 to 1 (16.67%). The number of non-teaching staffs is 6 (full-time) and 66 (part-time). The graduation rate at Carolina School of Broadcasting is 90%.
Key Academic Statistics
Student Population41
Graduation Rate90%
Number of Faculty62
Student to Faculty Ratio6 to 1

2022 Costs of Attendance

The 2022 tuition & fees at Carolina School of Broadcasting is $16,750 . The amount is for the largest program and the tuition for other programs may differ from the average cost. It offers the alternative tuition plans.
42% of enrolled students have received grants and/or scholarships and the average amount of received financial aid is $2,814 (exclude student loans).
2022Tuition, Books & Supplies, and Living Costs
Tuition & Fees$16,750
Average Financial Amount$2,814

Offered Degrees

Carolina School of Broadcasting offers 1 career programs for 1 Year Certificate. The next table lists number of programs by offered program and online availability along with number of completers by certificate programs. Last year, 32 students have completed their career programs.
Offered Career Programs and Online Availability
Award LevelTotal Number of ProgramsAvailable Online ClassNumber of Completers
1 Year Certificate1032

Vocational Programs and Completers

The vocational programs at Carolina School of Broadcasting are offered only in on-site (classroom) education. Total 32 students have completed their vocational/technical programs last year.
1 Year Certificate Programs and Number of Completers
ProgramAvailable OnlineNumber of Completers
Communication and Journalism 32 completers
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication (other)32

Enrollment Statistics

For academic year 2020-2021, total 41 students have enrolled into Carolina School of Broadcasting. By gender, 26 male and 15 female students are attending the school.
There are 13 White (31.71%), 26 Black/African American (63.41%), 2 Hispanic (4.88%), and 2 students with other races.
Student Population By Race/ethnicity
American Indian/Native American000
Black/African American26179
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander000
Two More000
Non-resident Alien000

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