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    1. Northeastern University

    Boston, MA
    • $42,534 Tuition
    • 1420 Avg SAT
    • 17,400 Enrolled

    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 ...

    2. Pennsylvania State University--University Park

    University Park, PA
    • $29,522 Tuition
    • 1190 Avg SAT
    • 40,541 Enrolled

    Immense “pride and a sense of community” pervade every aspect of life at Penn State. Students love the remarkable “school spirit” and “strong family feel” on this vibrant campus, and they are equally proud of the “quality education” they receive. An ...

    3. Claremont McKenna College

    Claremont, CA
    • 1440 Avg SAT
    • 1,301 Enrolled

    Students at Claremont McKenna really love their school. With its “phenomenal academics,” “brilliant professors,” “amazing career services center,” and “perfect weather,” it’s no wonder CMC students are “the happiest students in America.” Claremont ...

    4. Bentley University

    Waltham, MA
    • $40,990 Tuition
    • 1240 Avg SAT
    • 4,264 Enrolled

    From the School: At Bentley University, we believe your education should prepare you for whatever the world sends your way. That's why our one-of-a-kind curriculum starts with a core business foundation, infused with the kind of critical ...

    5. Clemson University

    Clemson, SC
    • $30,622 Tuition
    • 1260 Avg SAT
    • 17,260 Enrolled

    From the School: One of the country's most selective public research universities, Clemson was founded in 1889 with a mission to be a "high seminary of learning" dedicated to teaching, research, and service. Today, these three concepts remain ...

    6. University of Richmond

    University of Richmond, VA
    • $48,090 Tuition
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 2,984 Enrolled

    The University of Richmond provides “the resources of a large university with the personal attention of a small college” and just “a hint of Southern charm.” Financial aid is “generous.” Facilities are “outstanding.” “Students have access to ...

    7. Wabash College

    Crawfordsville, IN
    • $37,100 Tuition
    • 1130 Avg SAT
    • 926 Enrolled

    A “small, personalized, rigorous, elite institution” with an all-male student body, “Wabash College is a powerful small school that changes lives.” In a word, Wabash is all about “tradition.” The men here “live by a Wabash motto: ’Think Critically, ...

    8. Southwestern University

    Georgetown, TX
    • $37,560 Tuition
    • 1160 Avg SAT
    • 1,538 Enrolled

    One of Texas’ top-ranked universities, Southwestern offers students a “welcoming environment” and invites them to become part of a “close community” of scholars. “Small and rigorous,” undergrads here truly appreciate that Southwestern “focuses ...

    9. Washington University in St. Louis

    St. Louis, MO
    • $47,300 Tuition
    • 1500 Avg SAT
    • 7,401 Enrolled

    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 ...

    10. University of Florida

    Gainesville, FL
    • $28,590 Tuition
    • 1260 Avg SAT
    • 33,720 Enrolled

    Located in the heart of “Gator Nation,” Gainesville, Florida, the University of Florida offers “a hell of a deal” on “one of the best educations in the nation.” Students are proud that UF is “the best state school in Florida” and “one of the top ...

    11. Kansas State University

    Manhattan, KS
    • $21,813 Tuition
    • 20,327 Enrolled

    Kansas State University is “all about providing a great education with tons of opportunities at an affordable cost.” The low in-state tuition is the major reason many end up here, but the strong academics and plethora of resources are just as a big ...

    12. Southern Methodist University

    Dallas, TX
    • $42,770 Tuition
    • 1310 Avg SAT
    • 6,391 Enrolled

    Located on a tree-lined, “beautiful campus” in the heart of Dallas, Southern Methodist University is a mid-size private university with a lot going on. The school has a “unique culture” that relies on “top academics” and a “longstanding history of ...

    13. Sweet Briar College

    Sweet Briar, VA
    • $34,460 Tuition
    • 1030 Avg SAT
    • 691 Enrolled

    From the School: Sweet Briar College will close on August 25th, 2015. Find more information about the transition here.

    14. Villanova University

    Villanova, PA
    • $45,376 Tuition
    • 1310 Avg SAT
    • 7,118 Enrolled

    Known for being a basketball powerhouse, Villanova University (located in Pennsylvania) has developed an equally impressive reputation for academics. The school’s admissions standards have continued to rise, and there is a “great support system” in ...

    15. Stevens Institute of Technology

    Hoboken, NJ
    • $42,920 Tuition
    • 1260 Avg SAT
    • 2,369 Enrolled

    From the School: Stevens, located in Hoboken, NJ on the Hudson River overlooking the Manhattan skyline, is a high-energy, highly engaged campus community. Our location feeds the lifestyle of Stevens' tech-oriented students: they are driven to ...

    16. Lafayette College

    Easton, PA
    • $46,590 Tuition
    • 1300 Avg SAT
    • 2,503 Enrolled

    Lafayette College is “a small, prestigious liberal arts school” that offers a “warm, community feel.” Even before you decide to attend, “walking around campus left me with a cozy, at-home feeling,” one psychology major gushes. Thanks to the ...

    17. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering

    Needham, MA
    • $45,000 Tuition
    • 1480 Avg SAT
    • 370 Enrolled

    If the “hands-on approach to engineering, friendly students, small and intimate setting, [and reputation as] academically one of the best schools in the nation” don’t win you over, perhaps the fact that “Olin is constantly changing curriculum to try ...

    18. Barnard College

    New York, NY
    • $44,300 Tuition
    • 1340 Avg SAT
    • 2,577 Enrolled

    From the School: Founded in 1889, Barnard College was among the first colleges to offer young women the chance to earn a college degree. Today, Barnard College remains committed to the education of more than 2,400 undergraduate women from ...

    19. Connecticut College

    New London, CT
    • 1330 Avg SAT
    • 1,893 Enrolled

    From the School: Chartered in 1911, Connecticut College was founded in the spirit of political and social equality, self-determination, and shared governance. The College actively seeks out students who are not only smart and intellectually ...

    20. Wake Forest University

    Winston Salem, NC
    • $45,638 Tuition
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 4,823 Enrolled

    North Carolina’s own Wake Forest University prepares students to lead lives that matter and a reputation for quality that affords its students “excellent placement into jobs and graduate schools.” Students come to Wake Forest for an education of the ...


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