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Rankings – Highest to Lowest

 

We show rankings of schools from the highest to lowest using a number of important criteria including Enrollment, Net-Price to Attend, Median Borrowing, Median Loan Payments, Graduation Rate (important), Net-Price Change from the Year Before, Transfer Out Rate, and Highest Loan Default Rate. We can rank these from top 10 to 25 to 100, if we like.

 

————– Numbers ———————

 

School Ranked by Enrollment – Schools with Highest Undergrad Enrollment

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  1. University of Phoenix-Arizona - 151,558
  2. University of Central Florida - 52,280
  3. Liberty University - 49,340
  4. Texas A & M University-College Station - 46,941
  5. American Public University System - 44,924
  6. Ashford University - 44,744
  7. Ohio State University-Main Campus - 43,733
  8. Kaplan University-Davenport Campus - 40,335
  9. Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus - 39,958
  10. Arizona State University-Tempe - 39,316

 

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  1. University of Phoenix-Arizona - 151,558
  2. University of Central Florida - 52,280
  3. Liberty University - 49,340
  4. Texas A & M University-College Station - 46,941
  5. American Public University System - 44,924
  6. Ashford University - 44,744
  7. Ohio State University-Main Campus - 43,733
  8. Kaplan University-Davenport Campus - 40,335
  9. Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus - 39,958
  10. Arizona State University-Tempe - 39,316

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  1. University of Phoenix-Arizona - 151,558
  2. University of Central Florida - 52,280
  3. Liberty University - 49,340
  4. Texas A & M University-College Station - 46,941
  5. American Public University System - 44,924
  6. Ashford University - 44,744
  7. Ohio State University-Main Campus - 43,733
  8. Kaplan University-Davenport Campus - 40,335
  9. Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus - 39,958
  10. Arizona State University-Tempe - 39,316

 

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Rank (Modified)
University
Based In
Accreditation
1 University of Phoenix-Arizona 151,558 Tempe, AZ
2 University of Central Florida 52,280 Orlando, FL APA
3 Liberty University 49,340 Lynchburg, VA
4 Texas A & M University-College Station 46,941 College Station, TX APA
5 American Public University System 44,924 Charles Town, WV
6 Ashford University 44,744 San Diego, CA
7 Ohio State University-Main Campus 43,733 Columbus, OH APA
8 Kaplan University-Davenport Campus 40,335 Davenport, IA
9 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 39,958 University Park, PA APA
10 Arizona State University-Tempe 39,316 Tempe, AZ APA

 

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Rank (Modified)
University
Based In
Accreditation
1 University of Phoenix-Arizona 151,558 Tempe, AZ
2 University of Central Florida 52,280 Orlando, FL APA
3 Liberty University 49,340 Lynchburg, VA
4 Texas A & M University-College Station 46,941 College Station, TX APA
5 American Public University System 44,924 Charles Town, WV
6 Ashford University 44,744 San Diego, CA
7 Ohio State University-Main Campus 43,733 Columbus, OH APA
8 Kaplan University-Davenport Campus 40,335 Davenport, IA
9 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 39,958 University Park, PA APA
10 Arizona State University-Tempe 39,316 Tempe, AZ APA

 

School Ranked by the Highest Average SAT Score

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  1. University of Chicago - 1,505
  2. Harvard University - 1,501
  3. Harvey Mudd College - 1,500
  4. Yale University - 1,493
  5. Princeton University - 1,491
  6. Vanderbilt University - 1,481
  7. Washington University in St Louis - 1,478
  8. Columbia University in the City of New York - 1,470
  9. Stanford University - 1,465
  10. Northwestern University - 1,461

 

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Rank (Modified)
University
Average SAT Score
Based In
Accreditation
1 University of Chicago 1,505 Chicago, IL
2 Harvard University 1,501 Cambridge, MA APA
3 Harvey Mudd College 1,500 Claremont, CA
4 Yale University 1,493 New Haven, CT APA
5 Princeton University 1,491 Princeton, NJ
6 Vanderbilt University 1,481 Nashville, TN APA
7 Washington University in St Louis 1,478 Saint Louis, MO APA
8 Columbia University in the City of New York 1,470 New York, NY APA
9 Stanford University 1,465 Stanford, CA APA
10 Northwestern University 1,461 Evanston, IL APA

————– Price ———————

 

School Ranked by the Highest Average Cost to Attend

 

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  1. University of Chicago - $64,988.00
  2. Columbia University in the City of New York - $64,144.00
  3. Harvey Mudd College - $63,860.00
  4. Washington University in St Louis - $63,755.00
  5. Occidental College - $63,363.00
  6. Dartmouth College - $63,279.00
  7. Northwestern University - $63,028.00
  8. Wesleyan University - $62,849.00
  9. Trinity College - $62,310.00
  10. Georgetown University - $62,179.00

School Ranked by In-State Tuition – Highest In-State Tuition

 

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  1. Columbia University in the City of New York - $51,008.00
  2. Vassar College - $49,570.00
  3. University of Chicago - $49,380.00
  4. Trinity College - $49,056.00
  5. Carnegie Mellon University - $49,022.00
  6. George Washington University - $48,760.00
  7. Oberlin College - $48,682.00
  8. Tufts University - $48,643.00
  9. Harvey Mudd College - $48,594.00
  10. Bard College at Simon's Rock - $48,551.00

School Ranked by Average Faculty Salary – Highest Faculty Salaries

 

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  1. Stanford University - $20,650.00
  2. Harvard University - $19,115.00
  3. University of Chicago - $17,082.00
  4. Columbia University in the City of New York - $16,831.00
  5. Yale University - $16,529.00
  6. Princeton University - $16,242.00
  7. University of Pennsylvania - $15,855.00
  8. University of California-Los Angeles - $15,841.00
  9. University of California-Berkeley - $15,194.00
  10. Northwestern University - $15,044.00

 

——————– Percentages ————————–

School Ranked by Highest Admission Rate

 

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  1. Marylhurst University - 100.00%
  2. Goddard College - 100.00%
  3. Criswell College - 100.00%
  4. Trinity International University-Florida - 100.00%
  5. Metropolitan State University - 100.00%
  6. Trinity International University-Illinois - 100.00%
  7. Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College - 100.00%
  8. University of Pikeville - 100.00%
  9. The University of Texas at El Paso - 99.89%
  10. Brigham Young University-Idaho - 99.62%

School Ranked by Highest Student Retention Rate

 

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  1. Kaplan University-Hagerstown Campus - 100.00%
  2. Huntsville Bible College - 100.00%
  3. South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary - 100.00%
  4. Carver Bible College - 100.00%
  5. Argosy University-Washington DC - 100.00%
  6. South University-Novi - 100.00%
  7. University of Chicago - 98.81%
  8. Amherst College - 98.50%
  9. Pomona College - 98.48%
  10. Stanford University - 98.45%

School Ranked by Highest Students on Federal Loans

 

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  1. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center - 100.00%
  2. Southern California Seminary - 98.55%
  3. Dallas Christian College - 97.15%
  4. Martin University - 94.68%
  5. Claflin University - 94.33%
  6. Jarvis Christian College - 93.83%
  7. Evangel University - 93.55%
  8. Simpson University - 93.36%
  9. John F. Kennedy University - 93.19%
  10. Manchester University - 92.83%
  11. Livingstone College - 92.47%
  12. Miles College - 92.44%
  13. Geneva College - 91.89%
  14. Mount Saint Mary's University - 91.54%
  15. Bay Path University - 91.15%
  16. William Jessup University - 90.93%
  17. Shaw University - 90.90%
  18. Alma College - 90.70%
  19. Ferrum College - 90.21%
  20. Benedict College - 90.13%
  21. Stillman College - 89.92%
  22. Albright College - 89.87%
  23. Grambling State University - 89.70%
  24. Alderson Broaddus University - 89.45%
  25. Albany State University - 89.23%
  26. Southwestern Christian University - 88.81%
  27. Franklin Pierce University - 88.81%
  28. Waldorf College - 88.70%
  29. Bethune-Cookman University - 88.67%
  30. San Diego Christian College - 88.45%
  31. Kentucky Wesleyan College - 88.43%
  32. Lincoln University - 88.36%
  33. Dillard University - 88.33%
  34. Texas College - 88.26%
  35. Trinity International University-Illinois - 88.02%
  36. Dominican College of Blauvelt - 87.88%
  37. MacMurray College - 87.82%
  38. Thiel College - 87.68%
  39. Fort Valley State University - 87.58%
  40. Alverno College - 87.43%
  41. Clark Atlanta University - 87.22%
  42. Rust College - 87.20%
  43. Chicago State University - 87.03%
  44. Virginia Union University - 86.75%
  45. Philander Smith College - 86.69%
  46. Illinois College - 86.63%
  47. Chowan University - 86.48%
  48. Wesley College - 86.32%
  49. Xavier University of Louisiana - 86.17%
  50. Medaille College - 85.93%

 

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Rankings – Lowest to Highest

 

We also show rankings of schools from the lowest to highest in a number of important criteria including Enrollment, Net-Price to Attend, Median Borrowing, Median Loan Payments, Graduation Rate (important), Net-Price Change from the Year Before, Transfer Out Rate, and Highest Loan Default Rate. We can rank these from top 10 to 25 to 100, if we like.

 

————– Numbers ———————

 

School Ranked by SAT Score – Schools with Lowest Average SAT Score

 

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  1. Livingstone College - 720
  2. Le Moyne-Owen College - 735
  3. Wilberforce University - 735
  4. Saint Augustine's University - 740
  5. Manor College - 758
  6. Rust College - 760
  7. Paine College - 760
  8. Chowan University - 773
  9. Virginia Union University - 776
  10. Pine Manor College - 780

 

 

School Ranked by Enrollment – Schools with Lowest Undergrad Enrollment

 

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  1. University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center - 5
  2. LIU Brentwood - 15
  3. Sofia University - 16
  4. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Los Angeles - 16
  5. Southern California Seminary - 62
  6. Ottawa University-Jeffersonville - 77
  7. Argosy University-Schaumburg - 84
  8. Carver Bible College - 88
  9. South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary - 92
  10. Argosy University-Salt Lake City - 95

————– Price ———————

 

School Ranked by the Lowest Average Cost to Attend

 

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  1. Pearl River Community College - $6,171.00
  2. Wabash Valley College - $6,196.00
  3. South Texas College - $6,374.00
  4. College of the Sequoias - $6,470.00
  5. Grossmont College - $7,134.00
  6. University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras - $7,151.00
  7. St Charles Community College - $7,200.00
  8. Lorain County Community College - $7,322.00
  9. South Plains College - $7,949.00
  10. Sinclair Community College - $7,964.00

School Ranked by In-State Tuition – Lowest In-State Tuition

 

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  1. Haskell Indian Nations University - $580.00
  2. Dine College - $725.00
  3. Eastern New Mexico University-Ruidoso Campus - $1,036.00
  4. New Mexico State University-Carlsbad - $1,060.00
  5. Folsom Lake College - $1,104.00
  6. San Joaquin Delta College - $1,104.00
  7. American River College - $1,104.00
  8. Sacramento City College - $1,104.00
  9. Antelope Valley College - $1,104.00
  10. Cosumnes River College - $1,104.00

School Ranked by Average Faculty Salary – Lowest Faculty Salaries

 

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  1. Ottawa University-Kansas City - $173.00
  2. Ecclesia College - $1,333.00
  3. Ohio Christian University - $1,451.00
  4. Hobe Sound Bible College - $1,456.00
  5. Blackfeet Community College - $1,540.00
  6. Hodges University - $1,809.00
  7. University of Phoenix-Georgia - $2,076.00
  8. University of Phoenix-Texas - $2,114.00
  9. University of Phoenix-Florida - $2,148.00
  10. Tennessee Temple University - $2,197.00

——————– Percentages ————————–

 

School Ranked by Lowest Admission Rate

 

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  1. Stanford University - 5.09%
  2. Harvard University - 5.96%
  3. Yale University - 6.30%
  4. Columbia University in the City of New York - 6.95%
  5. Princeton University - 7.44%
  6. College of the Ozarks - 8.31%
  7. Brown University - 8.74%
  8. University of Chicago - 8.76%
  9. University of Pennsylvania - 10.37%
  10. Claremont McKenna College - 10.77%

School Ranked by Lowest Student Retention Rate

 

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  1. Argosy University-Orange County - 16.67%
  2. Argosy University-Phoenix - 20.00%
  3. South University - Savannah Online - 21.84%
  4. Franklin University - 22.22%
  5. Hebrew Theological College - 22.78%
  6. Kaplan University-Mason City Campus - 25.00%
  7. South University-West Palm Beach - 26.32%
  8. Argosy University-Phoenix Online Division - 27.25%
  9. South University-Cleveland - 27.27%
  10. University of Maryland-University College - 27.59%

School Ranked by Lowest Number of Students on Federal Loans

 

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  1. San Bernardino Valley College - 0.18%
  2. Mission College - 0.48%
  3. West Valley College - 0.55%
  4. Santa Ana College - 0.74%
  5. Rio Hondo College - 0.75%
  6. Los Medanos College - 0.77%
  7. College of San Mateo - 0.89%
  8. Santiago Canyon College - 1.02%
  9. Pasadena City College - 1.06%
  10. Las Positas College - 1.09%

School Ranked by the Lowest Average SAT Scores

 

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  1. Livingstone College - 720
  2. Le Moyne-Owen College - 735
  3. Wilberforce University - 735
  4. Saint Augustine's University - 740
  5. Manor College - 758
  6. Rust College - 760
  7. Paine College - 760
  8. Chowan University - 773
  9. Virginia Union University - 776
  10. Pine Manor College - 780

 

 

 

 

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