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University Ranking in U.S.

100 - 150

#103 (tie)

Auburn University

Auburn, AL

In-state tuition and fees: $10,200 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $27,384 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 19,799

Setting: suburban

Auburn University was established in 1856 as a public institution. Auburn University follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#103 (tie)

University at Buffalo--SUNY

Buffalo, NY

Hayes and Crosby Halls

In-state tuition and fees: $8,426 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,366 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 19,831

Setting: suburban

A public institution, University at Buffalo--SUNY was founded in 1846. University at Buffalo--SUNY offers a Greek system, where 2 percent of the student body is involved in a sorority and 2 percent is involved in a fraternity.

 

#103 (tie)

University of Dayton

Dayton, OH

Campus of the University of Dayton, founded in 1850 by the Society of Mary.

Tuition and fees: $37,230 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 7,975

Setting: suburban

Located about an hour away from both Cincinnati and the Ohio state capital of Columbus, the University of Dayton is a private school that encourages its students to practice their Catholic faith on campus. Students can also get involved in more than 200 organizations, the campus radio and television stations, and Division I varsity sports.

 

#106 (tie)

Iowa State University

Ames, IA

Central campus, Iowa State University

In-state tuition and fees: $7,731 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,617 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 27,659

Setting: city

Founded in 1858, Iowa State University is a public institution. Iowa State University follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#106 (tie)

Loyola University Chicago

Chicago, IL

Loyola University Chicago's Richard J. Klarchek Information Commons sits along the beautiful Lake Michigan shoreline.

Tuition and fees: $37,412 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 10,168

Setting: city

Loyola University Chicago is the largest Jesuit school in the country. The university has two locations in Chicago, known as Lake Shore and Water Tower, as well as an international campus in Rome.

 

#106 (tie)

University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS

University of Kansas, Lawrence campus

In-state tuition and fees: $10,448 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,731 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 19,217

Setting: city

University of Kansas was established in 1866 as a public institution. University of Kansas follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#106 (tie)

University of Oklahoma

Norman, OK

Bizzell Memorial Library, The University of Oklahoma

In-state tuition and fees: $7,695 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,469 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 21,818

Setting: city

The University of Oklahoma is a large, public research institution in Norman. Its campus is also home to the National Weather Center, where undergraduates can find research and study opportunities.

 

#106 (tie)

University of Oregon

Eugene, OR

Welcome to the University of Oregon!

In-state tuition and fees: $9,918 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $30,888 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 20,797

Setting: city

University of Oregon students have a variety of extracurricular options to choose from, including joining fraternities and sororities, cheering on the Ducks athletic teams, and checking out local art performances. More than 20 percent of students participate in Greek life.

 

#106 (tie)

University of San Francisco

San Francisco, CA

USF is located in the heart of San Francisco.

Tuition and fees: $41,450 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,392

Setting: urban

The University of San Francisco is a Jesuit institution located in the California Bay Area. USF is committed to giving back to the surrounding community and offers service-learning semesters for students interested in volunteer work.

 

#106 (tie)

University of Tennessee

Knoxville, TN

Ayres Hall is the University of Tennessee's iconic building.

In-state tuition and fees: $11,246 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $29,696 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 21,182

Setting: urban

The University of Tennessee is a public research institution in Knoxville, one of the state’s largest cities. The UT sports teams compete in the NCAA Division I Southeastern Conference and traditionally draw large crowds during football season.

 

#113 (tie)

University of California--Riverside

Riverside, CA

UC Riverside

In-state tuition and fees: $13,408 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $36,286 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 18,621

Setting: city

University of California--Riverside was established in 1954 as a public institution. University of California--Riverside follows a quarter-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#113 (tie)

University of South Carolina

Columbia, SC

With more than 3.5 million volumes, the Thomas Cooper Library is a dynamic center for learning and studying.

In-state tuition and fees: $11,158 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $29,440 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 24,180

Setting: city

At the University of South Carolina, freshmen students are eased into college life through University 101, a transition program pioneered at the school. The Columbia campus is the flagship location for the University of South Carolina system.

 

#113 (tie)

University of St. Thomas

St. Paul, MN

Tuition and fees: $34,442 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,350

Setting: urban

University of St. Thomas has a total undergraduate enrollment of 6,350, with a gender distribution of 52.8 percent male students and 47.2 percent female students. At this school, 39 percent of the students live in college-owned, -operated, or -affiliated housing and 61 percent of students live off campus.

 

#116 (tie)

The Catholic University of America

Washington, DC

A birds-eye view of Catholic University’s 193-acre campus, CUA is dedicated to advancing the dialogue between faith and reason.

Tuition and fees: $39,726 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 3,713

Setting: urban

The Catholic University of America is the national university of the Catholic Church. With the school’s location in Washington, D.C., students have easy access to national landmarks.

 

#116 (tie)

Duquesne University

Pittsburgh, PA

A shot of Duquesne University and downtown Pittsburgh at night.

Tuition and fees: $32,636 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 5,970

Setting: urban

Duquesne University was established in 1878 as a private institution. Duquesne University follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered selective.

 

#116 (tie)

Illinois Institute of Technology

Chicago, IL

Illinois Tech is located just minutes south of Chicago's downtown "loop."

Tuition and fees: $41,335 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 2,926

Setting: urban

The Illinois Institute of Technology, a private university in Chicago, provides a variety of options for students interested in the sciences. IIT offers a wide range of engineering degree programs, as well as degrees in architecture, political science and more.

 

#116 (tie)

Michigan Technological University

Houghton, MI

An aerial view of the Michigan Tech campus shows the Keweenaw Waterway and Mont Ripley Ski Hill (operated by the University).

In-state tuition and fees: $14,040 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $29,520 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 5,621

Setting: rural

Located on Lake Superior's Keweenaw Peninsula, the Michigan Technological University campus is in the small town of Houghton, about 100 miles north of the Wisconsin border. Students at Michigan Tech have many opportunities to conduct research and participate in annual events such as the Winter Carnival.

 

#116 (tie)

University of the Pacific

Stockton, CA

Burns Tower sits at the entrance of University of the Pacific in Stockton, California.

Tuition and fees: $41,342 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 3,877

Setting: city

The University of the Pacific is a private college in Stockton, Calif. The school’s picturesque campus has been featured in films including All the King’s Men, Porgy & Bess, and Flubber.

 

#121 (tie)

Clarkson University

Potsdam, NY

Alex Rowe and Professor Shane Rogers work on water filtration systems.

Tuition and fees: $42,530 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 3,110

Setting: rural

Clarkson University is a private institution in northern New York, where students can attend several annual events, get involved with Greek life, and explore numerous varsity and recreational sports. Off campus, Clarkson students can discover the nearby Adirondack Mountains and Lake Placid, drive an hour to Canada or take a day trip to New York City.

 

#121 (tie)

Colorado State University

Fort Collins, CO

The Oval is at the heart of Colorado State University's campus.

In-state tuition and fees: $9,897 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $26,077 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 23,798

Setting: city

Colorado State University, also known as CSU, is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in the city of Fort Collins. CSU students have opportunities to conduct research with faculty, join one of the hundreds of campus organizations or cheer on more than 15 Division I sports teams.

 

#121 (tie)

DePaul University

Chicago, IL

DePaul University: Lincoln Park Quad

Tuition and fees: $35,071 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 16,420

Setting: urban

DePaul University is a large institution spread across six campuses in and around Chicago. The university offers a variety of academic programs, including the School for New Learning, which caters exclusively to adult students.

 

#121 (tie)

Temple University

Philadelphia, PA

Morgan Hall, Temple’s new 27-story residence and dining complex, heralds a new era in living and learning at the university.

In-state tuition and fees: $14,770 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,450 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 28,068

Setting: urban

Temple University is an urban college in Philadelphia that encourages students to find their own roommates. Center City, a hub of shopping and city life, is less than two miles from campus.

 

#121 (tie)

University of Arizona

Tucson, AZ

The “Pride of Arizona” is the marching and pep band at the University of Arizona.

In-state tuition and fees: $10,581 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $28,379 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 31,670

Setting: city

The University of Arizona offers its students a wide variety of ways to get involved, from joining the ZonaZoo cheering section at Wildcats sports games to checking out the burgeoning Greek scene with more than 30 fraternities and sororities.

 

#126 (tie)

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey--Newark

Newark, NJ

Rutgers-Newark, an aerial view

In-state tuition and fees: $13,297 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $28,075 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 7,217

Setting: urban

Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey—Newark is located in the largest city in the state. More than 60 percent of students complete majors in the Newark College of Arts and Sciences.

 

#126 (tie)

Seton Hall University

South Orange, NJ

Jubilee Hall contains 30 teaching spaces, from seminar rooms that seat 8 people to a 390-seat auditorium.

Tuition and fees: $36,926 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 5,839

Setting: suburban

A private, Catholic school in South Orange, N.J., Seton Hall University is about a 30-minute train ride to New York City. Many students take advantage of the university’s location by interning and job hunting in the nearby city while still enjoying the clubs, Greek life, and Division I sports on campus.

 

#126 (tie)

University at Albany--SUNY

Albany, NY

  Aerial of UAlbany's Uptown campus

In-state tuition and fees: $8,527 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,167 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 12,822

Setting: suburban

The University at Albany, part of the State University of New York (SUNY) system, offers a wide range of academic programs, including many highly ranked graduate degrees such as criminal justice and public affairs. Notable Albany alumni include Harvey Milk, the first openly gay man elected to a major political office in America and the subject of the movie "Milk," starring Sean Penn.

 

#129 (tie)

Arizona State University--Tempe

Tempe, AZ

In-state tuition and fees: $9,811 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $23,312 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 38,735

Setting: urban

Arizona State University’s Tempe campus offers more than 200 research-based programs in the arts, business, engineering and more. The campus is located just outside of Phoenix, in the suburb of Tempe, Arizona.

 

#129 (tie)

Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge, LA

An aerial view of the LSU campus.

In-state tuition and fees: $8,750 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $26,467 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 24,923

Setting: urban

LSU, or Louisiana State University—Baton Rouge, is a public institution in the southeast region of the state, near the Mississippi River. Students at LSU can explore more than 350 student organizations or visit several free museums and an arboretum.

 

#129 (tie)

Ohio University

Athens, OH

The South Green at Ohio University.

In-state tuition and fees: $10,536 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $19,500 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 23,504

Ohio University is a public school in Athens where extracurricular activities abound. Students are required to live on campus for four semesters unless they commute from a parent's nearby home, among other exemptions.

 

#129 (tie)

University of Cincinnati

Cincinnati, OH

Forbes named the University of Cincinnati among the world's most beautiful campuses.

In-state tuition and fees: $11,000 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $26,334 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 22,231

Setting: urban

Students at the University of Cincinnati (UC) can explore more than 300 campus organizations, join Greek life, or play Division I sports. Notable UC alumni include Joseph Strauss, who designed the Golden Gate Bridge, and Abe Bookman, who invented the Magic 8-ball toy.

 

#129 (tie)

University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY

  Memorial Hall on the campus of the University of Kentucky.

In-state tuition and fees: $10,616 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $22,888 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 21,441

Setting: city

Located in the city of Lexington, the University of Kentucky offers Division I sports, Greek life, and nearly 350 student organizations. Off campus, Lexington can also be a source of fun for students, who can shop, golf, tour a museum, browse the farmers’ market, or spend a day at the horse track.

 

#129 (tie)

University of Utah

Salt Lake City, UT

The University of Utah in Salt Lake City.

In-state tuition and fees: $7,935 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,267 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 24,492

Setting: urban

The University of Utah is known to students as the U of U or simply The U. Its campus is located in the state capital, Salt Lake City.

 

#135 (tie)

Hofstra University

Hempstead, NY

Located in front of David S. Mack Sports & Exhibition Complex

Tuition and fees: $38,900 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,826

Setting: suburban

Attending Hofstra University, a school in Long Island, New York, means students are in close proximity to the attractions and internships available in New York City. The university runs a variety of academic institutes, including the Peter S. Kalikow Center for the Study of the American Presidency.

 

#135 (tie)

New School

New York, NY

Parsons The New School for Design undergraduate programs offer rigorous art and design training.

Tuition and fees: $41,836 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,874

Setting: urban

New School was established in 1919 as a private institution. New School follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered selective.

 

#135 (tie)

University of Arkansas

Fayetteville, AR

Finished in 1875, Old Main is the campus’s signature building and the symbol of higher learning in the state of Arkansas.

In-state tuition and fees: $8,210 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,300 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 21,009

Setting: city

Located in the city of Fayetteville, the University of Arkansas is a public school with many opportunities for students on campus, including several media outlets and events featuring famous speakers and musical acts. Graduate students can choose from several programs, including those in the law school, where Bill and Hillary Clinton taught before they moved to the White House.

 

#138 (tie)

George Mason University

Fairfax, VA

A rainbow stretches over the Mason pond after a storm rolls through Fairfax Campus.

In-state tuition and fees: $10,382 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $29,960 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 21,990

Setting: suburban

George Mason University is suburban school not far from Washington, D.C. Despite a large commuter population, the school offers a Weekends at Mason program and events for students who stick around after the school week is complete.

 

#138 (tie)

Missouri University of Science & Technology

Rolla, MO

  It’s hard to imagine the campus without the Havener Student Center.

In-state tuition and fees: $9,537 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,404 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,146

Setting: rural

Missouri University of Science & Technology largely focuses on engineering and science degrees. Engineering majors include aerospace, mining, petroleum, nuclear and more.

 

#138 (tie)

Oregon State University

Corvallis, OR

Oregon State University - Weatherford Hall - College of Business Entrepeneurship Program

In-state tuition and fees: $8,276 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $23,540 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 23,161

Setting: suburban

Located in the city of Corvallis, Oregon State University is about 90 minutes south of Portland and an hour drive from the Pacific coast. OSU students can get involved in hundreds of clubs and Greek life and attend events such as the "Civil War" football game against University of Oregon.

 

#138 (tie)

Washington State University

Pullman, WA

At its main campus and three regional campuses, WSU’s 12 colleges offer 100 undergraduate, 67 master's and 47 doctoral degrees.

In-state tuition and fees: $12,428 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,510 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 23,070

Setting: rural

Washington State University is a public school that is committed to research. In addition to its campus in Pullman, the school has regional locations in Spokane and the Tri-Cities, as well as in Vancouver.

 

#142 (tie)

Illinois State University

Normal, IL

  This is a panoramic view of Illinois State University, seen from the top of the Watterson Towers residence hall.

In-state tuition and fees: $12,830 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,420 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 17,749

Setting: urban

Located about 130 miles southwest of Chicago, the Illinois State University campus is in the town of Normal. First-year students at ISU can take the Learning in Communities seminar, allowing them to attend one of their first college courses in small groups with their peers and learn about each other and the university.

 

#142 (tie)

Kansas State University

Manhattan, KS

Anderson Hall

In-state tuition and fees: $9,034 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $22,624 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 20,169

Setting: city

Kansas State University is located in the northeast region of the state and is home to the Biosecurity Research Institute, where students can train to research infectious diseases, and the Landon Lecture Series, which has hosted many prestigious speakers, including five former U.S. presidents.

 

#142 (tie)

St. John Fisher College

Rochester, NY

Kearney Hall

Tuition and fees: $29,550 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 2,959

Setting: suburban

St. John Fisher College has a total undergraduate enrollment of 2,959, with a gender distribution of 40.1 percent male students and 59.9 percent female students. At this school, 46 percent of the students live in college-owned, -operated, or -affiliated housing and 54 percent of students live off campus.

 

#145 (tie)

Howard University

Washington, DC

Tuition and fees: $23,970 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 6,974

Setting: urban

Howard University is a historically black college located in Washington, D.C. Despite its urban setting, students are permitted to bring cars to campus – though freshmen may not apply for on-campus parking.

 

#145 (tie)

Oklahoma State University

Stillwater, OK

Students on their way to class pass Edmon Low Library.

In-state tuition and fees: $7,442 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $20,027 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 20,493

Setting: city

Oklahoma State University is a large public institution in Stillwater. The OSU Cowboys and Cowgirls compete in the NCAA Division I Big 12 Conference.

 

#145 (tie)

St. John's University

Queens, NY

St. John's University, Queens Campus, St. Augustine Hall

Tuition and fees: $38,680 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 15,773

Setting: urban

St. John's University is a Catholic institution spread across three residential campuses in New York City. A university shuttle transports students between the main campus in Queens and locations in Staten Island and Manhattan.

 

#145 (tie)

University of Texas--Dallas

Richardson, TX

Trellis Plaza, located at the heart of the UT Dallas campus, provides shade and a gently cooling mister.

In-state tuition and fees: $11,806 (2013-14)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $30,378 (2013-14)

Enrollment: 13,049

Setting: suburban

A public institution, University of Texas--Dallas was founded in 1969. University of Texas--Dallas offers a Greek system, where 2 percent of the student body is involved in a sorority and 3 percent is involved in a fraternity.

 

#149 (tie)

Adelphi University

Garden City, NY

Tuition and fees: $32,340 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 5,040

Setting: suburban

Adelphi University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 5,040, with a gender distribution of 30.5 percent male students and 69.5 percent female students. At this school, 23 percent of the students live in college-owned, -operated, or -affiliated housing and 77 percent of students live off campus.

 

#149 (tie)

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Newark, NJ

NJIT's six colleges are advancing research and education to meet 21st century expectations in STEM and design.

In-state tuition and fees: $15,602 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $28,274 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 7,286

Setting: urban

Founded in 1881, New Jersey Institute of Technology is a public institution. New Jersey Institute of Technology follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#149 (tie)

San Diego State University

San Diego, CA

San Diego State University campus

In-state tuition and fees: $6,866 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $18,026 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 27,809

Setting: urban

San Diego State University is a public institution that was founded in 1897. The school has 26.3 percent of its classes with fewer than 20 students, and the student-faculty ratio at San Diego State University is 28:1.

 

#149 (tie)

University of Alabama--Birmingham

Birmingham, AL

Five Points. Hot spot for food, music, and entertainment.

In-state tuition and fees: $9,280 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $21,220 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 11,502

Setting: urban

University of Alabama--Birmingham was established in 1969 as a public institution. University of Alabama--Birmingham follows a semester-based academic calendar and its admissions are considered more selective.

 

#149 (tie)

University of Illinois--Chicago

Chicago, IL

The east side of the UIC campus, looking toward the downtown Chicago skyline

In-state tuition and fees: $13,640 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $26,030 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 16,660

Setting: urban

The University of Illinois—Chicago, also known as UIC, is a large, public research institution. Each spring, students present their findings at the Student Research Forum.

 

#149 (tie)

University of Maryland--Baltimore County

Baltimore, MD

A view of UMBC academic row.

In-state tuition and fees: $10,068 (2013-14)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $21,642 (2013-14)

Enrollment: 11,136

Setting: suburban

University of Maryland— Baltimore County offers more than 40 undergraduate majors and more than 30 graduate programs. Students can have fun outside of academics by participating in about 250 student organizations, pledging one of the nearly 20 fraternities and sororities and playing Division I sports.

 

#149 (tie)

University of Mississippi

University, MS

The Historic Lyceum, on the Ole Miss campus.

In-state tuition and fees: $7,096 (2014-15)

Out-of-state tuition and fees: $19,144 (2014-15)

Enrollment: 16,677

Setting: rural

The University of Mississippi, better known as Ole Miss, is a large public institution in the college town of Oxford. About 35 percent of the student body is active in Greek life.

 

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