Albertus Magnus College Profile

Albertus Magnus College is a coeducational private liberal arts college that provides an education which is practical in its application. The College offers over 50 undergraduate majors, minors, and concentrations, as well as pre-professional preparation and 12 master's degree programs to a diverse student body in its Traditional Undergraduate Program and Division of Professional and Graduate Studies. Located in New Haven, CT, on a beautiful 50 acre campus, Albertus Magnus affords its students exceptional cultural and experiential learning opportunities.

Fall 2023 Enrollment

Albertus Class Load

Geographical Profile

Albertus Geographical Total Population
Albertus Undergraduate Population
Albertus Traditional Day Student Population
Albertus Adult Undergraduate Population
Albertus Adult Graduate Population

2023-24 Demographics

total diversity breakdown
traditional undergraduate diversity breakdown
total undergraduate diversity breakdown
undergraduate diversity breakdown
diversity breakdown for graduates

Cost of Attendance 2023-24

Albertus Magnus College price of attendence

Tuition and Fees History

tuition and fees history

Average Borrowing/Standard Repayment Amount

First-time, full-time students who borrow at Albertus Magnus College typically take out $30,964 in federal loans for their undergraduate study. The typical federal loan payment over 10 years for this amount is approximately $328* per month. Your borrowing may be different. See the College Scorecard for more details.

*All repayment estimates are based on a standard 10-year payment plan. Other payment options are available, like an income-driven repayment plan that sets your monthly student loan payment at an amount that is intended to be affordable based on your income and family size.

Default Rates

Albertus Magnus College's most recent Cohort Default Rate (CDR) is for FY 2020, which was 0% (0 of 621 borrowers). The CDR was 2.1% for FY 2019 and 5.6% for FY 2018.

Fall-To-Fall Retention Rate

Fall 2022 Entering Cohort (Full-Time First-Time Students) Who Returned for Sophomore Year: 75% (121 of 162)

Graduation Rates

graduation and pell rates

Bachelor's Degrees Awarded

Albertus number of degrees awarded

Placement Success Record

Albertus number of degrees awarded

*Most recent national data available are results of the NACE Class of 2022 First-Destination Survey, released in December 2023.
More details are available from Career Services

Albertus Student to Faculty Ratio
Page last updated on 3/25/2024