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    1. Babson College

    Babson Park, MA
    • $46,784 Tuition
    • 2,107 Enrolled
    • 620 Avg SAT Reading
    • 660 Avg SAT Math
    • 620 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Babson College is the educator, convener, and thought leader for Entrepreneurship of All Kinds™. As the only school to teach Entrepreneurial Thought and Action®, Babson shapes the leaders our world needs most: those with ...

    2. University of Houston

    Houston, TX
    • $23,424 Tuition
    • 32,915 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 590 Avg SAT Math
    With more than 120 undergraduate majors and minors, a 667-acre campus, and 39,000 students, the University of Houston is a world-class research institution and fixture in Texas education. The school “provides some of the greatest opportunities in ...

    3. Baylor University

    Waco, TX
    • $36,360 Tuition
    • 13,859 Enrolled
    • 610 Avg SAT Reading
    • 620 Avg SAT Math
    • 580 Avg SAT Writing
    Located deep in the heart of Texas, Baylor is an educational powerhouse that helps undergraduates “achieve their academic potential” while simultaneously “guiding [and fostering] their moral and Christian values.” The university seamlessly ...

    4. Brigham Young University (UT)

    Provo, UT
    • $5,150 Tuition
    • 27,163 Enrolled
    • 630 Avg SAT Reading
    • 630 Avg SAT Math
    Brigham Young University is a Mormon school that’s “all about putting religion and education together” and learning “about secular subjects through spiritual eyes.” The school provides a “high-quality” education in a “challenging” academic ...

    5. University of Oklahoma

    Norman, OK
    • $17,682 Tuition
    • 21,844 Enrolled
    • 600 Avg SAT Reading
    • 600 Avg SAT Math
    The University of Oklahoma (OU), located in Norman, OK, outranks all other public universities in National Merit Scholars, and boasts 152 undergraduate degree programs. It is an “intellectually fertile, opportunity-laden public research institution” ...

    6. Syracuse University

    Syracuse, NY
    • $41,794 Tuition
    • 15,224 Enrolled
    • 570 Avg SAT Reading
    • 600 Avg SAT Math
    • 580 Avg SAT Writing
    The school spirit is definitely palpable the minute you set foot onto Syracuse’s campus. Indeed, it’s highly evident that “everyone here bleeds orange.” Frankly, it’s no surprise that ‘Cuse undergrads truly love their school. The university provides ...

    7. Northeastern University

    Boston, MA
    • $42,534 Tuition
    • 17,400 Enrolled
    • 700 Avg SAT Reading
    • 720 Avg SAT Math
    • 680 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: There's a certain energy about Northeastern University. It comes from the bright, ambitious students, exhibiting a strong sense of purpose in the classroom and while working or studying abroad. In the city of Boston-the ...

    8. University of Southern California

    Los Angeles, CA
    • 18,740 Enrolled
    • 670 Avg SAT Reading
    • 710 Avg SAT Math
    • 690 Avg SAT Writing
    The University of Southern California boasts “a dynamic and culturally diverse campus located in a world-class city which is equally dynamic and culturally diverse.” Everything related to cinema is “top notch.” Among the other 150 or so majors here, ...

    9. City University of New York--Baruch College

    New York, NY
    • $16,800 Tuition
    • 14,857 Enrolled
    • 580 Avg SAT Reading
    • 640 Avg SAT Math
    Baruch College consists of three schools: Weissman School of Arts and Sciences, School of Public Affairs, and the Zicklin School of Business (which is the largest school, home to over three-quarters of the student body). Zicklin offers a “very ...

    10. Miami University

    Oxford, OH
    • $30,233 Tuition
    • 15,813 Enrolled
    • 600 Avg SAT Reading
    • 620 Avg SAT Math
    Attending school at Miami University may be “the iconic college experience.” Located in Oxford, Ohio, “a quaint college town” with a “beautiful red brick campus,” which students describe as “gorgeous” and “astoundingly beautiful,” the school “has a ...

    11. Temple University

    Philadelphia, PA
    • $24,432 Tuition
    • 28,408 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 560 Avg SAT Math
    • 550 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Temple University attracts some of the most diverse, driven and motivated minds from across the nation and around the world. These students and faculty bring the university to life and fuel its palpable momentum in academics, ...

    12. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

    Chapel Hill, NC
    • $31,505 Tuition
    • 18,350 Enrolled
    • 640 Avg SAT Reading
    • 660 Avg SAT Math
    • 640 Avg SAT Writing
    It’s quite an understatement to say students at UNC—Chapel Hill are proud of their school. One calls it his “dream school,” while another calls it the “perfect mixture of academics, sports, and social life.” Although its relative low cost makes UNC ...

    13. University of Dayton

    Dayton, OH
    • $39,090 Tuition
    • 8,529 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 580 Avg SAT Math
    • 560 Avg SAT Writing
    The University of Dayton is a Roman Catholic research university, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary, and the largest private university in Ohio. It has grown to 8,000 undergraduate students and honors its roots by continuing to encourage ...

    14. Clarkson University

    Potsdam, NY
    • $43,690 Tuition
    • 3,247 Enrolled
    • 570 Avg SAT Reading
    • 620 Avg SAT Math
    • 550 Avg SAT Writing
    Located in northern New York, Clarkson University is best known for its strong business and engineering programs, and its exceptional record of career placement for graduates thanks to its “amazing reputation with a large range of companies.” The ...

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    15. DePaul University

    Chicago, IL
    • $35,680 Tuition
    • 16,153 Enrolled
    • 580 Avg SAT Reading
    • 570 Avg SAT Math
    DePaul University’s urban setting means this Chicago school is “all about integrating the opportunities of the city into the classroom,” offering students “the essentials in order for a student to succeed in the business field.” Here, the ...

    16. Washington University in St. Louis

    St. Louis, MO
    • $47,300 Tuition
    • 7,401 Enrolled
    • 740 Avg SAT Reading
    • 760 Avg SAT Math
    • 740 Avg SAT Writing
    Armed with a “fantastic reputation,” Washington University offers undergraduates “unparalleled facilities and resources and a friendly and intellectual atmosphere.” Students join a “supportive community” replete with “academic flexibility,” a myriad ...

    17. Lehigh University

    Bethlehem, PA
    • $45,860 Tuition
    • 5,062 Enrolled
    • 630 Avg SAT Reading
    • 690 Avg SAT Math
    Located in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, this university features a “great academic and social life balance” with a campus “small enough to see familiar faces every day, but big enough to always be meeting new people.” It “boasts a strong ...

    18. University of Michigan--Ann Arbor

    Ann Arbor, MI
    • $44,674 Tuition
    • 28,395 Enrolled
    • 670 Avg SAT Reading
    • 710 Avg SAT Math
    • 680 Avg SAT Writing
    Among the many allures of the University of Michigan—Ann Arbor is that the school offers “a great environment both academically and socially.” One student explains, “It has the social, fun atmosphere of any Big Ten university, but most people are ...

    19. University of Washington

    Seattle, WA
    • $33,072 Tuition
    • 30,672 Enrolled
    • 590 Avg SAT Reading
    • 640 Avg SAT Math
    • 580 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Ranked the 15th best university in the world*, the UW is home to a renowned medical center and top-ranked programs in medicine, engineering, nursing, law, business and social work.

    The UW is the country's top public ...

    20. Texas Christian University

    Fort Worth, TX
    • $40,630 Tuition
    • 8,647 Enrolled
    • 580 Avg SAT Reading
    • 600 Avg SAT Math
    • 600 Avg SAT Writing
    The popular conception of Texas is that everything there is big, big, big, but Texas Christian University is one Lone Star institution that bucks this trend, insisting on “smaller classroom sizes” that allows professors to be “very interested in ...

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