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Number of
4-year Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California

5,098

Students attending
4-year Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California

$30,800

Average
in-state tuition

$30,800

Average
out-of-state tuition

Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

La Sierra University

Riverside, CA

Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

La Sierra University

Riverside, CA

Total undergraduates: 2,197
Acceptance rate: 45%
Average annual cost: $23,414
Average salary: $45,100
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Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

Loma Linda University

Loma Linda, CA

Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

Loma Linda University

Loma Linda, CA

Total undergraduates: 1,192
Acceptance rate: -
Average annual cost: -
Average salary: $79,100
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Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

Pacific Union College

Angwin, CA

Top Seventh Day Adventist colleges in California 2018

Pacific Union College

Angwin, CA

Total undergraduates: 1,709
Acceptance rate: 46%
Average annual cost: $24,555
Average salary: $50,200
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