Quick Facts

Quick Facts

Location

Hanover, Indiana (650-acre campus)

Address

517 Ball Drive, Hanover, IN 47243

Founded

1827, private

Enrollment

1,028 (472 men, 553 women)
15.7% students of color

Curriculum

Liberal arts

Degrees

Bachelor of Arts
Bachelor of Science
Doctor of Physical Therapy 

Affiliation

Presbyterian (USA)

President

Lake Lambert, Ph.D.

Board of Trustees Chair

Mark Levett

Admission Contact

1-800-213-2178
admission@hanover.edu

Website

Nickname

Panthers

Colors

Red and Blue

Costs

2022-2023 Academic Year

  • Tuition: $40,681 (locked for incoming students)
  • Fees: $878 (+ $350 orientation fee)
  • Room & Board: $13,148

Admission

(Entering Class, Fall 2020)

  • Applications: 2,263
  • Applications Accepted: 1,778
  • Enrolled: 270 (136 men, 133 women, 1 unclassified)
  • States represented: 13
  • High school class rank (top 20%): 76 students (28% of first-year class)
  • Mid-50 percent SAT range: 1,070-1,220
  • Mid-50 percent ACT range: 23-29
  • Average ACT score of first-year class: 26
  • Average GPA of first-year class: 3.73

Graduation Guarantee

Four years

Student Retention Data

  • 83% of first-year students returned in 2019-20
  • Greek-affiliated (winter 2020): 45% of student body, including 51% of males (234) and 40% of females (228)

Faculty

  • 84 full-time teaching faculty (51 men, 33 women)
  • 94% have a doctorate or terminal degree
  • FTE faculty-to-student ratio: 12-to-1
  • 34 majors offered, plus a design-your-own
  • Top five majors (alpha order): biology, communication, economics, kinesiology, psychology

Alumni Data

  • More than 13,628 living alumni
  • Alumni reside in all 50 states and 51 foreign countries
  • Alumni giving rate: 17.44% (FY19-20)

Financial Data

  • Resident Student Comprehensive Fee: $52,300 (2020-21)
  • Financial Aid: $28,139,795 (100% of students)
  • Average Aid Package: $27,427
  • Gifts and Grants: $4,392,228 (FY 2020-21)
  • Education & General Expenditures: $16,398,611 (FY 2019-20)

Athletics

  • Member of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division III
  • Member of Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference
  • 46% of study body are intercollegiate athletes
  • 20 intercollegiate teams (baseball, basketball (m/w), cross country (m/w), football, golf (m/w), lacrosse (m/w), soccer (m/w), softball, swimming (m/w), tennis (m/w), indoor and outdoor track and field (m/w), volleyball)
Orchestra performing during practice session
Group of diverse young alumni celebrate at Homecoming
Female student logging research data
Coach John Jones gives instruction to the women's basketball team