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    1. Pennsylvania State University--University Park

    University Park, PA
    • $29,522 Tuition
    • 1180 Avg SAT
    • 40,085 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 ...

    2. University of Florida

    Gainesville, FL
    • $28,590 Tuition
    • 1260 Avg SAT
    • 33,168 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 ...

    3. Florida State University

    Tallahassee, FL
    • $19,806 Tuition
    • 1200 Avg SAT
    • 32,528 Enrolled

    Florida State University is “a large, sports-oriented, research-intensive state school that has a niche for everybody, as long as you are willing to search.” In addition to its strong academics, students tended to choose FSU for its “sports ...

    4. Syracuse University

    Syracuse, NY
    • $40,380 Tuition
    • 1160 Avg SAT
    • 15,224 Enrolled

    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 ...

    5. University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Madison, WI
    • $25,523 Tuition
    • 1290 Avg SAT
    • 31,319 Enrolled

    As a “nationally renowned” “top public university” that many call “the best college in the Midwest,” the flagship of the University of Wisconsin system offers a “great school for [a] good price.” UW Madison offers a stunning array of resources: over ...

    6. Ohio University--Athens

    Athens, OH
    • $19,566 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT
    • 23,505 Enrolled

    “Academically, OHIO has something for everyone, from astrophysics to the history of rock and roll,” students at this large state-run university boast. And students have an equally wide range of choices when it comes to ...

    7. Lehigh University

    Bethlehem, PA
    • $44,520 Tuition
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 5,062 Enrolled

    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 ...

    8. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    Champaign, IL
    • $26,216 Tuition
    • 1360 Avg SAT
    • 32,695 Enrolled

    From the School: Established as a land-grant university in 1867, the University of Illinois has a rich, committed history to teaching, research, and public engagement. Illinois offers unlimited opportunities with 150+ majors, 1,000+ student ...

    9. University of Iowa

    Iowa City, IA
    • $26,008 Tuition
    • 1150 Avg SAT
    • 21,974 Enrolled

    The University of Iowa manages to pull off an amazing feat: It’s a “Big Ten university full of exciting opportunities,” yet it’s still able to maintain “a smallcollege feel.” Moreover, as the state’s flagship school, Iowa provides a “great ...

    10. Bucknell University

    Lewisburg, PA
    • $48,234 Tuition
    • 1300 Avg SAT
    • 3,565 Enrolled

    From the School: Begun in 1846 as a "literary institution" in what its founders described as the "wilds of Pennsylvania," Bucknell University has long embraced academic vigor. Today, Bucknell is a top-ranked university offering a personalized ...

    11. West Virginia University

    Morgantown, WV
    • $20,424 Tuition
    • 1040 Avg SAT
    • 22,563 Enrolled

    “One student reports that West Virginia University boasts “a relaxed, social, and extremely school-spirited environment,” and that WVU's academics “challenge students in the classroom” and prepare them “to be successful in the next step of life ...

    12. University of California--Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, CA
    • $35,070 Tuition
    • 1250 Avg SAT
    • 20,238 Enrolled

    It’s easy to be dazzled by this University of California’s “incredible location” in stunning Santa Barbara, but UCSB is much more than a “safe and beautiful campus.” “It has one of the top chemical engineering departments in the country,” a “highly ...

    13. Colby College

    Waterville, ME
    • $45,360 Tuition
    • 1330 Avg SAT
    • 1,847 Enrolled

    An absolute gem of Maine’s private, liberal arts colleges, Colby College is a “fun and smart community” that places an emphasis on internationalism and study abroad. The school’s “homey environment” offers “phenomenal academics in a unique setting,” ...

    14. Bates College

    Lewiston, ME
    • 1360 Avg SAT
    • 1,773 Enrolled

    A “small liberal arts college,” nestled in Maine, Bates College is dedicated to “empowering its students environmentally, academically, and socially.” The “picturesque” campus offers the traditional New England atmosphere but “with its own ...

    15. Hamilton College

    Clinton, NY
    • 1390 Avg SAT
    • 1,900 Enrolled

    Upstate New York liberal arts school Hamilton College offers fine academics and an open curriculum that give students “preparation for the future that goes far beyond exam-taking strategies.” The focus on writing and speaking, the lack of core ...

    16. University of Delaware

    Newark, DE
    • $29,250 Tuition
    • 1200 Avg SAT
    • 17,629 Enrolled

    From the School: Founded in 1743, the University of Delaware is one of very few institutions who are both public and private (state-assisted with private charter). Students from every state and 100 foreign countries choose Delaware due to ...

    17. University of Georgia

    Athens, GA
    • $26,800 Tuition
    • 1240 Avg SAT
    • 26,278 Enrolled

    As at many large universities, UGA has a “mixed bag of professors,” but there are “more good teachers” than bad. Though students don’t love the core curriculum classes due to their large size and the prevalence of TAs, “once [you’re] in your ...

    18. Miami University

    Oxford, OH
    • $29,640 Tuition
    • 1220 Avg SAT
    • 15,462 Enrolled

    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 ...

    19. St. Bonaventure University

    St. Bonaventure, NY
    • $29,510 Tuition
    • 1050 Avg SAT
    • 1,771 Enrolled

    Uniting a liberal arts education with "Franciscan values," St. Bonaventure University is a small Catholic school that succeeds in "shaping its students into well-rounded, intelligent, and good people." Many students choose St. Bonaventure ...

    20. Kenyon College

    Gambier, OH
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 1,662 Enrolled

    This tiny midwestern liberal arts mainstay is Ohio’s oldest private college, and is filled with “uniquely quirky and motivated” students and faculty alike. The school’s “academic vigor” and intense focus on writing (it is known as “The Writers’ ...


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