Peru State College

#5536 / #1516
Global Influence / U.S. Influence
Peru, known as Nebraska State Teachers College at Peru, 1921–1949

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About Peru State College

According to Wikipedia, Peru State College is a public college in Peru, Nebraska. Founded by members of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1865, making it the first and oldest institution in Nebraska, it underwent several name changes before receiving its current name.

Peru State College Admissions, Retention, and Graduation Information

Graduation Rate
36%

How Much Does Peru State College Cost To Attend?

Tuition (in-state)
$7,680

How Much Do Peru State College Graduates Make?

If you graduate from Peru State College, then you can expect to earn an average of $39,600 per year. You also have a 91% chance of being employed after 10 years.

Peru State College's Demographics

Demographic data is for full-time, on-campus students.

Student Body Under-Grads Graduates
1,613 1,392 221

Where is Peru State College?

Peru State College is located at 600 Hoyt Street, Peru NE 68421-0010

What Is Peru State College Known For?

Peru State College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Peru State College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Peru State College's Most Influential Alumni?

Peru State College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Criminal Justice, Psychology, and Business. Here are some of Peru State College's most famous alumni:

Danny Shouse
A Basketball player .
Merwin Coad
An American politician.
Robert Vernon Denney
An American politician.
Clair Armstrong Callan
An American politician .
Randy Reeves
Randy Reeves
An American Navy officer and government official.
Robert Dinsmore Harrison
An American politician .
Joseph H. Robertson
A Range management researcher.
Silas Reynolds Barton
An American politician .
Mark Kolterman
An American politician.
Floyd Fithian
An American politician .
Gail Kopplin
An American politician.
Verne Elmo Chatelain
A Professor emeritus of history at the University of Maryland.

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