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Colleges With the Most Applications

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Colleges With the Most Applications

Colleges With the Most Applications

Though the United States offers thousands of colleges and universities for high school students to choose from, it just so happens that some colleges receive many more applicants than others. This could be for many reasons. For instance, the school is bigger and has a better reputation than others, the school has a large sports following, it's located in a popular city on a nice campus or it has a positive outlook for job prospects upon graduation for their alumni.

Whatever the reason or reasons may be, if you want to go to a college like this then you may face some serious competition due to the high number of applicants at each school. However, it's important to keep in mind that just because a school has a high number of applicants, it may also have the capacity to admit many students like yourself. Though it's a wise thing to consider the number of applicants on average that each school has, the real number you should be looking at is the acceptance rate.

Here are the top 20 colleges with the most applications. For more information on our methodology and to dig deeper into rankings, visit our study, Colleges With the Most Applications.

University of California, Los Angeles

According to data collected by the University of California, Los Angeles, also known as UCLA, there were 102,242 applicants total for the freshman class of 2017. This number included California residents, out-of-state residents and international students combined. Of all of these students who applied, only 16,456 of them were admitted, which is just a 16 percent acceptance rate.

University of California, San Diego

The University of California, San Diego, also known as UCSD, also had a high number of applicants, according to the latest data from 2016. For the Fall 2016 semester, there were 84,209 applicants aiming to land their spot in the freshman class. Of those, 30,273 were admitted, which is a much better acceptance rate than that of UCLA, at 36 percent. Because the number of applicants has continued to increase every year since 2011, we can only predict that this number will continue to grow as the years go on.

University of California, Berkeley

The University of California, Berkeley admissions office released student profile data as recently as 2018. In 2018, there were 89,615 applicants to the freshman class, of which 13,558 were accepted. This is a bit different from the year before in 2017, in which there were 85,054 applicants but 15,567 were admitted. In 2017, that was an 18.3 percent acceptance rate, which was higher than in 2018, which had a 15.1 percent acceptance rate among applicants.

University of California, Irvine

The University of California, Irvine has student profile information on the University of California website for each branch in the University of California network. In the fall semester of 2018, UC Irvine had 95,062 students apply to the freshman class, and of those, 27,334 were accepted. That's a 28.8 percent admission rate, which is around average for most of these schools.

University of California, Santa Barbara

The University of California, Santa Barbara has one of the highest admissions rates among the University of California schools as well as other schools throughout the country that have a high number of applicants every year. For the freshman class of 2018, there were 92,305 applicants, of which 29,782 were accepted. This was a 32.3 acceptance rate, which is something to consider if you're interested in applying to the school.

University of California, Davis

Although the University of California, Santa Barbara had a very high acceptance rate for applicants in 2018, it was the University of California, Davis or UC Davis, that took the lead with a 41.2 overall acceptance rate. There were 32,179 applicants admitted to the school out of 78,024 applicants total. Though the number of applicants is significantly lower than other University of California schools, the University of California, Davis could be another great option due to this high acceptance rate.

California State University, Long Beach

The Office of Public Affairs at California State University, Long Beach, also commonly referred to as Long Beach State University, reports that there was a record-breaking number of applicants to this school in 2018. For the Fall 2018 term, there were more than 102,000 undergraduate applicants, 69,000 which were first-time freshman applicants and the other being 33,000 transfer applicants. There were no details regarding the acceptance rate or how many students enrolled.

San Diego State University

Because California is the most populated state in the entire country, it's no wonder that its schools have the highest number of applicants as well. With the information provided based on specific data collected by the school, San Diego State University had 14,729 applicants for the 2017-2018 school year, and that was just for the first-time freshman. Of those, 7,339 were accepted.

New York University

Over on the other side of the country, New York University, also referred to as NYU, continually has a high number of applicants year after year. However, the numbers are a bit skewed compared to other schools, considering NYU has multiple campuses across the world, including one in Shanghai and one in Abu Dhabi. When the school collects data on admissions, it reports data from all of these schools, and according to a news story on their website, over 75,000 applied in 2018. Of those, there were 15,722 accepted to one of the campuses. This number also contributed to the most diverse number of applicants at NYU to date.

Boston University

While the Northeast certainly has the highest concentration of Ivy League Schools in the country, that doesn't mean that there aren't other schools in the region that are just as competitive or desirable among incoming college freshman. In 2018, Boston University had 64,473 applicants for the freshman class. Of those, 22 percent were admitted and 3,300 students enrolled. Based on this information, there's no question that this school is very particular when it comes to their applicants.

University of Michigan

The University of Michigan is one of the most popular schools in the country due to the reputation of its academics and athletics. Therefore, if you want to get into this school, you're going to have to work very hard to make your application stand out. After all, the numbers speak for themselves. In 2018, this school had a high number of applicants at 65,684 to the freshman class. Of those, only 15,468 students were sent acceptance letters.

University of Southern California

The University of Southern California is yet another reputable school in the Golden State of California, having had 56,675 students apply for the freshman class in the 2017 to 2018 school year. Of those thousands of applicants, only 9,042 were admitted. Similar to the University of California-Los Angeles, that's only an approximate 16 percent acceptance rate among applicants.

Pennsylvania State University

Even though many people associate Pennsylvania with the Ivy League school, UPenn, not everyone has the opportunity to go there. But, if you're still interested in going to a large and well-known school with excellent academics in the state of Pennsylvania, then Pennsylvania State University, also known as Penn State, is another great choice. While it may not be as hard to get in here as it is to get into UPenn, you should still expect to compete with many other outstanding applicants. According to their Admission and University Statistics, there were 70,657 students that applied for the Class of 2022. Of those, 15,947 freshmen enrolled to start school in the fall of 2018.

Northeastern University

In addition to Boston University, another popular school in the city of Boston is Northeastern University. This school is also quite competitive due to the number of students that apply each year as well as the acceptance rates. The Common Data Set released by Northeastern University provides many details about applicants of the 2017 to 2018 school year, including the number of applicants by gender. In that year, there were 24,993 men who applied as first-time freshman, and 29,216 women who applied as first-time freshman, which was a total of 54,209 applicants overall. Of those, only 14,876 were accepted.

University of California, Santa Cruz

The University of California, Santa Cruz, also referred to as UC Santa Cruz, may sometimes be overshadowed by the larger University of California Schools like UCLA or UC-Berkeley. But make no mistake. This school also has a high number of applicants compared to other schools around the country. While it is a bit difficult to find clear information regarding the number of applicants, an article published in the college's online news center reports that there were 67,000 applicants for fall of 2018, 35,000 of which were accepted. This leads to a fairly high acceptance rate.

University of Minnesota Twin Cities

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities is a popular school for those interested in studying somewhere in the Midwest. It is also consistently ranked as one of the best schools in the United States. This is an excellent school that received 42,000 applicants for incoming freshmen for the 2017 school year. Of those that applied, only 5,800 were accepted, which is a number that is indicative of the competitiveness of this university.

Purdue University

Purdue University, located in Indiana, continually has a high number of applicants each and every year. According to the university's Freshman Class Profile which describes the numerical details of each of the applicants, such as their gender, GPA, ethnicity, etc., there were 48,916 total applicants to the school in fall of 2017. Of those applicants, 7,567 were accepted.

California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo

The California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, also commonly referred to as Cal Poly, offers various programs in majors such as agriculture, business and engineering. With such great career options, many students choose this school in order to learn important skills for their future. For the fall of 2018, there were 54,659 applicants to the school, and 16,465 were accepted for admittance.

The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin, home of the Longhorns, is another well-known school for those who want to go somewhere with a large student body and a even better-known sports program. According to the university's Common Data Set for 2017-2018, there were 25,137 male applicants and 25,896 female applicants that year. That's a total of 51,033 applicants overall, 18,620 of whom were accepted.

Cornell University

The famous Ivy League School Cornell University, located in New York State, is competitive for all kinds of reasons. Of course, this isn't much different than any other Ivy League school in the country. But, interestingly enough, while Cornell has the highest number of applicants out of all the Ivy League Schools, it also has the highest acceptance rate of these schools as well. For instance, the Class of 2021 had 47,039 applicants and of these, 5,962 students were given their prized acceptance letters.

Colleges With the Most Applications - Complete List

Rank College # Applicants Acceptance Rate # Students
1 University of California-Los Angeles 97,112 18.0% 30,343
2 University of California-San Diego 84,208 35.7% 27,386
3 University of California-Berkeley 82,561 16.9% 28,108
4 University of California-Irvine 77,816 40.6% 26,889
5 University of California-Santa Barbara 77,112 35.8% 21,199
6 University of California-Davis 68,553 42.3% 28,564
7 California State University-Long Beach 61,808 31.9% 27,953
8 San Diego State University 60,834 34.6% 26,790
9 New York University 60,724 31.9% 24,888
10 Boston University 57,441 29.4% 16,628
11 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 55,504 28.6% 27,969
12 University of Southern California 54,280 16.6% 18,195
13 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 52,974 56.4% 40,139
14 Northeastern University 51,063 28.9% 13,444
15 University of California-Santa Cruz 49,181 57.9% 16,509
16 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 49,129 44.4% 29,566
17 Purdue University-Main Campus 49,007 56.0% 29,309
18 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 48,162 29.5% 19,703
19 The University of Texas at Austin 47,511 40.4% 37,234
20 Cornell University 44,965 14.1% 14,556
21 Ohio State University-Main Campus 44,845 54.1% 41,862
22 Fordham University 44,816 45.2% 8,763
23 California State University-Fullerton 44,493 48.2% 27,994
24 Stanford University 43,997 4.8% 7,034
25 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 43,517 45.3% 28,380
26 University of California-Riverside 42,629 66.3% 19,544
27 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 40,822 59.7% 21,460
28 Harvard University 39,041 5.4% 7,151
29 University of Pennsylvania 38,918 9.4% 10,468
30 The University of Alabama 38,237 52.6% 29,220
31 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 38,093 60.1% 32,540
32 Michigan State University 37,480 65.7% 35,447
33 Columbia University in the City of New York 37,009 6.8% 7,552
34 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 36,677 56.9% 34,020
35 Northern Arizona University 36,511 78.0% 21,494
36 San Francisco State University 36,223 68.2% 21,515
37 University of Arizona 36,166 78.6% 29,149
38 University of Connecticut 35,980 48.8% 18,655
39 Liberty University 35,627 24.4% 27,112
40 California State University-Los Angeles 35,429 63.7% 20,022
41 Northwestern University 35,100 10.7% 8,298
42 Stony Brook University 34,999 40.7% 15,858
43 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 34,889 26.9% 17,869
44 University of Central Florida 34,886 50.0% 38,508
45 Texas A & M University-College Station 34,780 67.2% 45,091
46 Indiana University-Bloomington 34,646 78.7% 32,005
47 Baylor University 34,636 39.7% 14,109
48 Grand Canyon University 34,096 56.9% 14,543
49 University of Colorado Boulder 34,047 76.6% 25,802
50 Temple University 33,139 52.2% 26,277
51 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 32,920 59.2% 21,148
52 California State University-Northridge 32,913 48.2% 29,104
53 University of Wisconsin-Madison 32,839 52.6% 28,577
54 University of Miami 32,528 37.7% 10,164
55 Vanderbilt University 32,442 10.7% 6,817
56 Brown University 32,390 9.3% 6,565
57 University of Virginia-Main Campus 32,377 29.9% 15,476
58 Binghamton University 32,139 40.6% 13,185
59 Tulane University of Louisiana 32,006 25.5% 6,487
60 Duke University 31,671 10.8% 6,577
61 San Jose State University 31,555 53.4% 21,613
62 University of Chicago 31,484 7.9% 5,967
63 Yale University 31,445 6.3% 5,469
64 Syracuse University 30,923 52.3% 14,607
65 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 30,528 25.8% 13,815
66 University of Maryland-College Park 30,291 48.1% 26,350
67 University of Florida 30,118 45.9% 31,014
68 Miami University-Oxford 29,771 65.4% 16,434
69 Princeton University 29,303 6.5% 5,251
70 Washington University in St Louis 29,197 16.5% 6,915
71 University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus 29,175 55.4% 18,163
72 Florida State University 29,027 58.0% 29,281
73 Boston College 28,956 31.1% 9,647
74 University of South Florida-Main Campus 28,628 46.6% 24,013
75 Hofstra University 28,617 62.2% 6,497
76 St John's University-New York 28,590 63.4% 11,496
77 Drexel University 28,532 74.6% 13,303
78 CUNY Hunter College 28,510 37.9% 12,223
79 University of Iowa 28,494 84.1% 20,868
80 Johns Hopkins University 27,852 12.8% 5,621
81 North Carolina State University at Raleigh 26,451 47.5% 20,951
82 University at Buffalo 26,001 59.4% 18,824
83 George Washington University 25,488 40.2% 10,430
84 University of South Carolina-Columbia 25,057 68.1% 24,382
85 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 25,000 70.9% 25,213
86 Arizona State University-Tempe 24,764 82.5% 38,946
87 Ball State University 24,735 62.3% 15,110
88 University of Delaware 24,456 69.5% 17,761
89 California State University-Sacramento 23,942 71.9% 23,234
90 SUNY at Albany 23,799 54.4% 12,421
91 California State University-Chico 23,591 65.2% 15,246
92 Clemson University 23,506 50.5% 17,883
93 Quinnipiac University 23,492 76.4% 6,784
94 Texas Tech University 23,311 62.6% 26,627
95 Washington State University 23,223 72.0% 21,652
96 Case Western Reserve University 23,115 35.4% 4,990
97 Loyola University Chicago 22,712 72.6% 10,362
98 Texas State University 22,701 71.1% 28,180
99 University of Georgia 22,694 53.9% 26,328
100 DePaul University 22,502 69.7% 13,168
101 University of Vermont 22,476 68.9% 10,183
102 University of Oregon 21,821 77.9% 18,330
103 Florida International University 21,809 50.1% 26,312
104 Colorado State University-Fort Collins 21,759 78.0% 21,977
105 West Virginia University 21,558 76.1% 20,524
106 University of Arkansas 21,539 63.2% 19,853
107 University of Memphis 21,392 56.7% 12,412
108 James Madison University 21,304 72.1% 18,554
109 Carnegie Mellon University 21,189 21.7% 6,069
110 University of Missouri-Columbia 21,107 74.7% 24,124
111 University of Rhode Island 20,971 72.8% 12,485
112 University of California-Merced 20,888 74.2% 6,741
113 CUNY Bernard M Baruch College 20,789 30.7% 11,288
114 Dartmouth College 20,675 10.6% 4,270
115 CUNY City College 20,642 45.4% 10,067
116 Ohio University-Main Campus 20,623 74.9% 17,866
117 CUNY Brooklyn College 20,608 37.5% 10,198
118 University of Kentucky 20,480 90.8% 20,833
119 University of Denver 20,322 53.5% 5,491
120 Tufts University 20,223 14.3% 5,435
121 University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 20,203 75.9% 12,468
122 Georgetown University 19,997 16.8% 7,056
123 Texas Christian University 19,972 37.6% 8,608
124 The University of Tampa 19,947 48.3% 7,124
125 Emory University 19,924 25.3% 6,714
126 University of Houston 19,860 58.5% 25,818
127 Rochester Institute of Technology 19,824 54.9% 12,253
128 University of Notre Dame 19,505 18.7% 8,514
129 Iowa State University 19,433 87.5% 28,872
130 University of Cincinnati-Main Campus 19,370 76.4% 21,558
131 American University 19,325 25.9% 7,544
132 Central Michigan University 19,160 71.6% 17,190
133 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 19,020 7.9% 4,476
134 California State University-Fresno 18,735 53.5% 18,843
135 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 18,524 44.3% 6,246
136 Pace University-New York 18,470 83.7% 7,691
137 Western Carolina University 18,297 40.7% 7,871
138 Auburn University 18,256 80.5% 20,396
139 Rice University 18,236 15.3% 3,836
140 Howard University 18,225 30.0% 5,575
141 CUNY Queens College 18,142 41.3% 11,693
142 Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College 18,122 76.4% 23,212
143 University of Illinois at Chicago 17,931 73.6% 16,517
144 University of Mississippi 17,918 78.3% 17,852
145 Coastal Carolina University 17,768 61.2% 8,864
146 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 17,583 77.2% 20,778
147 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 17,518 62.0% 20,263
148 University of Rochester 17,485 35.5% 6,170
149 University of Dayton 17,477 60.3% 7,873
150 Villanova University 17,272 43.5% 6,490
151 Grand Valley State University 17,107 81.7% 19,668
152 East Carolina University 17,099 70.3% 19,754
153 CUNY New York City College of Technology 16,846 74.5% 10,912
154 University of North Texas 16,826 71.8% 25,486
155 California State University-Dominguez Hills 16,642 47.9% 9,320
156 Johnson & Wales University-Providence 16,525 88.4% 7,899
157 Sonoma State University 16,487 76.3% 7,806
158 Georgia State University 16,348 58.8% 19,208
159 California State University-Monterey Bay 16,258 35.2% 6,226
160 Kent State University at Kent 16,145 85.4% 19,250
161 Montana State University 15,996 82.9% 12,248
162 Florida Atlantic University 15,907 59.8% 16,252
163 Santa Clara University 15,834 48.3% 5,353
164 California State University-San Bernardino 15,740 58.1% 16,478
165 California State University-East Bay 15,670 69.8% 11,578
166 Virginia Commonwealth University 15,629 81.2% 20,264
167 University of New Mexico-Main Campus 15,582 57.8% 15,926
168 George Mason University 15,548 81.0% 19,266
169 University of Hartford 15,526 71.9% 4,508
170 The University of Texas at San Antonio 15,500 76.4% 20,222
171 Seton Hall University 15,427 66.9% 5,494
172 Utah State University 15,401 90.2% 16,991
173 California State University-San Marcos 15,366 51.8% 10,469
174 Bowling Green State University-Main Campus 15,291 76.1% 13,184
175 University of San Francisco 15,289 71.4% 6,450
176 Houston Baptist University 15,256 34.6% 2,161
177 Florida Gulf Coast University 15,153 56.1% 10,826
178 Kennesaw State University 15,122 58.5% 24,412
179 University of Kansas 15,015 93.0% 17,141
180 Northern Illinois University 14,980 51.8% 12,343
181 United States Military Academy 14,829 9.7% 4,389
182 Eastern Michigan University 14,796 72.9% 12,880
183 Oregon State University 14,595 77.5% 18,852
184 University of San Diego 14,413 51.4% 5,499
185 University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus 14,391 70.8% 18,444
186 College of William and Mary 14,382 36.5% 6,209
187 Ithaca College 14,380 69.9% 6,103
188 CUNY Lehman College 14,318 32.5% 6,600
189 University of Utah 14,308 76.4% 17,197
190 United States Naval Academy 14,289 9.7% 4,528
191 State University of New York at New Paltz 14,042 42.9% 6,198
192 Mississippi State University 14,012 55.7% 16,695
193 Wake Forest University 14,006 30.3% 4,900
194 University of Akron Main Campus 13,911 95.9% 13,827
195 CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice 13,899 33.8% 9,831
196 SUNY Buffalo State 13,715 64.1% 7,598
197 Western Michigan University 13,613 82.3% 15,048
198 Rowan University 13,520 71.0% 12,731
199 Loyola Marymount University 13,506 53.9% 6,044
200 Lehigh University 13,403 26.1% 5,003
201 Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis 13,301 74.0% 17,389
202 Southern Methodist University 13,250 48.9% 6,296
203 Xavier University 13,213 68.6% 4,299
204 Appalachian State University 13,202 68.3% 15,542
205 Marquette University 13,136 84.3% 7,974
206 Rutgers University-Newark 13,085 65.3% 6,680
207 CUNY York College 13,071 41.0% 5,066
208 Oklahoma State University-Main Campus 13,055 74.5% 18,414
209 Humboldt State University 12,966 77.1% 7,501
210 University of Maine 12,952 89.8% 8,125
211 Butler University 12,937 72.7% 4,199
212 Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi 12,909 64.7% 8,251
213 Chapman University 12,821 54.0% 6,130
214 Saint Louis University 12,772 64.7% 6,747
215 Brigham Young University-Provo 12,739 51.2% 28,012
216 Loyola University Maryland 12,727 65.5% 4,050
217 The University of Texas at Dallas 12,686 68.0% 14,323
218 West Chester University of Pennsylvania 12,604 64.5% 12,823
219 The University of Texas at Arlington 12,558 69.8% 16,679
220 Sam Houston State University 12,556 71.9% 14,497
221 Colorado School of Mines 12,284 40.4% 4,395
222 University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus 12,252 60.5% 8,530
223 Montclair State University 12,139 66.1% 14,968
224 Stetson University 12,130 65.6% 3,048
225 Illinois State University 12,078 88.9% 17,456
226 Wesleyan University 11,928 17.8% 2,918
227 University of Portland 11,911 61.3% 3,708
228 Towson University 11,897 73.7% 16,893
229 Adelphi University 11,863 70.3% 4,742
230 The College of New Jersey 11,825 48.9% 6,496
231 College of Staten Island CUNY 11,794 99.2% 9,585
232 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 11,633 51.1% 12,876
233 Minnesota State University-Mankato 11,428 62.5% 11,009
234 Stephen F Austin State University 11,382 62.4% 9,592
235 Old Dominion University 11,352 84.6% 15,203
236 Brandeis University 11,351 33.4% 3,591
237 University of North Florida 11,346 64.5% 9,702
238 University of Massachusetts-Lowell 11,321 60.6% 10,019
239 Savannah College of Art and Design 11,246 71.7% 8,411
240 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 11,193 75.3% 19,381
241 Hampton University 11,165 64.8% 3,652
242 Pepperdine University 11,111 36.9% 3,222
243 Indiana State University 11,101 85.9% 9,364
244 Wayne State University 11,093 81.5% 12,003
245 Marist College 11,087 41.0% 4,966
246 Fairfield University 11,055 61.5% 3,803
247 Iona College 10,896 91.5% 3,069
248 Ferris State University 10,883 77.7% 8,785
249 Texas Southern University 10,878 51.5% 5,776
250 SUNY Cortland 10,875 52.2% 6,187
251 University of Toledo 10,842 94.3% 12,936
252 College of Charleston 10,828 84.1% 9,524
253 Providence College 10,820 55.0% 3,779
254 University of Maryland-Baltimore County 10,812 56.8% 9,484
255 William Paterson University of New Jersey 10,791 75.6% 7,499
256 Clark Atlanta University 10,733 71.8% 2,986
257 University of New Haven 10,720 80.5% 4,552
258 SUNY College at Oswego 10,715 54.5% 6,868
259 Oakland University 10,688 86.3% 12,968
260 SUNY Oneonta 10,606 52.8% 5,608
261 Southern Utah University 10,573 72.3% 5,879
262 Western Washington University 10,519 83.1% 13,413
263 Bucknell University 10,487 29.9% 3,530
264 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 10,468 48.4% 4,275
265 University of North Carolina Wilmington 10,443 71.8% 12,023
266 University of Richmond 10,422 32.5% 3,078
267 University of Louisville 10,404 72.6% 12,434
268 North Carolina A & T State University 10,367 53.6% 8,747
269 Creighton University 10,352 70.7% 3,981
270 Tuskegee University 10,342 50.0% 2,346
271 California State University-Channel Islands 10,310 73.8% 5,365
272 Abilene Christian University 10,252 50.9% 3,562
273 University of Maryland Eastern Shore 10,231 38.4% 2,918
274 University of North Georgia 10,210 75.0% 12,567
275 Western Illinois University 10,191 59.5% 7,482
276 University of Scranton 10,114 74.6% 3,678
277 Elon University 10,098 60.4% 5,854
278 New York Institute of Technology 10,084 72.6% 3,172
279 Sacred Heart University 10,017 57.2% 4,794
280 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 9,998 63.9% 17,854
281 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 9,991 73.3% 17,598
282 United States Air Force Academy 9,894 15.1% 4,237
283 University of Massachusetts-Boston 9,886 68.5% 9,283
284 Georgia Southern University 9,834 64.6% 15,976
285 Colby College 9,833 18.7% 1,879
286 Roger Williams University 9,829 79.3% 4,124
287 Bradley University 9,786 69.8% 4,278
288 American Musical and Dramatic Academy 9,704 21.9% 1,565
289 University of Colorado Colorado Springs 9,695 92.9% 7,947
290 Western Kentucky University 9,693 94.0% 13,160
291 High Point University 9,683 79.1% 4,508
292 University of Nevada-Reno 9,644 82.8% 15,408
293 Shaw University 9,608 48.9% 1,604
294 Tarleton State University 9,583 50.4% 8,059
295 Florida Institute of Technology 9,503 61.3% 3,286
296 University of Alabama at Birmingham 9,459 58.1% 8,971
297 SUNY College at Plattsburgh 9,404 51.0% 4,822
298 Jackson State University 9,390 63.3% 6,507
299 Claflin University 9,387 41.8% 1,873
300 Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 9,330 77.6% 8,274
301 Berklee College of Music 9,224 33.8% 4,875
302 Kansas State University 9,213 94.1% 17,699
303 SUNY College at Brockport 9,211 55.3% 6,375
304 Skidmore College 9,181 29.1% 2,643
305 Emerson College 9,149 48.1% 3,733
306 Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 9,106 76.7% 10,554
307 Monmouth University 9,097 77.3% 4,490
308 Alabama State University 9,053 45.9% 4,368
309 University of North Carolina at Greensboro 9,038 73.9% 14,116
309 Missouri State University-Springfield 9,038 84.4% 15,131
311 Youngstown State University 9,015 67.5% 8,756
312 The New School 8,997 60.1% 6,201
313 Arcadia University 8,984 63.3% 2,266
314 University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 8,954 78.8% 2,996
315 Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus 8,943 91.5% 10,006
316 Arizona State University-Skysong 8,930 62.1% 8,931
317 Saint Joseph's University 8,914 77.9% 4,656
318 Rider University 8,902 71.5% 3,639
319 SUNY College at Geneseo 8,892 66.8% 5,397
320 University of the Pacific 8,870 66.0% 3,383
321 Albright College 8,832 51.1% 2,284
322 Middlebury College 8,819 16.1% 2,506
323 Kean University 8,785 74.4% 9,239
324 Rutgers University-Camden 8,725 57.5% 4,056
325 Southern Connecticut State University 8,625 63.5% 6,830
326 North Carolina Central University 8,613 66.7% 5,342
327 Middle Tennessee State University 8,538 68.6% 16,019
328 Spring Hill College 8,534 43.5% 1,367
329 University of Nevada-Las Vegas 8,533 82.8% 18,322
330 Delaware State University 8,529 40.6% 3,593
331 Cleveland State University 8,528 87.5% 9,221
332 Oberlin College 8,518 28.0% 2,869
333 California State University-Bakersfield 8,487 67.8% 7,066
334 Suffolk University 8,481 84.4% 4,906
335 Eastern Illinois University 8,420 46.9% 5,133
336 Amherst College 8,396 13.7% 1,849
337 Colgate University 8,394 28.8% 2,864
338 Boise State University 8,330 81.7% 12,375
339 Columbia College Chicago 8,324 88.1% 7,142
340 Saint Xavier University 8,315 75.2% 2,601
341 Salisbury University 8,307 65.9% 7,250
342 CUNY Medgar Evers College 8,306 98.4% 4,760
343 Bentley University 8,281 46.3% 4,140
344 Merrimack College 8,214 81.9% 3,295
345 University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth 8,211 76.0% 6,011
346 Manhattan College 8,145 71.4% 3,444
347 Seattle University 8,141 73.6% 4,463
348 Lafayette College 8,123 28.3% 2,505
349 Pomona College 8,102 9.4% 1,556
350 Eastern Kentucky University 8,091 86.3% 11,010
351 University of Tulsa 8,089 37.0% 3,259
352 University of La Verne 8,072 48.1% 3,851
353 Siena College 8,037 72.6% 3,062
354 Brigham Young University-Idaho 8,034 95.8% 16,538
355 Azusa Pacific University 8,030 61.5% 5,259
356 University of Minnesota-Duluth 7,976 76.6% 8,755
357 University of West Georgia 7,974 59.1% 9,084
358 Clark University 7,914 54.7% 2,223
359 Colorado College 7,894 16.0% 2,084
360 Spelman College 7,864 35.7% 2,061
361 Central Connecticut State University 7,810 60.0% 7,539
362 Texas A & M University-Commerce 7,805 46.1% 6,015
363 Lewis & Clark College 7,796 55.0% 2,102
364 Swarthmore College 7,717 12.8% 1,542
365 Central State University 7,669 42.0% 1,601
366 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania 7,668 79.8% 7,288
367 Duquesne University 7,655 73.9% 5,851
368 Babson College 7,648 24.6% 2,283
369 The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga 7,628 78.3% 8,875
370 New Mexico State University-Main Campus 7,618 59.6% 9,874
370 California State University-Stanislaus 7,618 74.3% 7,217
372 Wingate University 7,581 69.6% 2,044
373 Wentworth Institute of Technology 7,556 70.6% 3,923
374 Christopher Newport University 7,532 62.2% 4,856
375 Bridgewater College 7,486 52.8% 1,876
376 Valparaiso University 7,484 82.9% 3,221
377 Winona State University 7,476 59.8% 6,696
378 The University of West Florida 7,475 40.8% 7,153
379 Radford University 7,447 81.2% 8,104
380 Stevens Institute of Technology 7,409 39.1% 3,108
380 University of Hawaii at Manoa 7,409 85.0% 10,871
382 Texas A & M University-Kingsville 7,373 82.3% 5,124
383 Grinnell College 7,370 20.2% 1,658
384 Gonzaga University 7,324 67.3%</