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Most Diverse Public Colleges

College rankings on TheClassroom.com use recent data about four-year colleges from publicly available sources using transparent methodology. This is a ranking of colleges by diversity score in descending order. Only colleges that are public are included. See if your school is in the ranking!

Most Diverse Public Colleges

Most Diverse Public Colleges

You can make new friends and deepen your understanding of other cultures by enrolling in a diverse public college or university. By carefully researching your options, you can find public schools that offer an excellent, well-rounded education at a reasonable cost that won’t leave you burdened with high debt. Studying and socializing on a diverse campus will teach you how to communicate effective with people who may be different from you, which is great preparation for a career in a multicultural society.

The following are the 20 most diverse public colleges in the U.S. To learn more about our study and dive deep into our methodology, visit Most Diverse Public Colleges.

University of Hawaii at Hilo

You may want to consider studying on the beautiful and welcoming campus of the University of Hawaii at Hilo. This diverse public school of 2,971 undergraduate students boldly celebrates equity and diversity. Many student events focus on cultural pride and heritage. U.S. News and World Reports rates UH Hilo among the top 10 schools for diversity and low debt load at graduation. More than 75 percent of the student body identify as being ethnically diverse, including Hawaiian, Filipino, Japanese and Chinese. UH Hilo offers 36 bachelor’s degrees and an ideal location for studying marine science or volcanoes.

The University of Massachusetts, Boston

University of Massachusetts, Boston enrollment tops 16,000. Over 50 percent of the student body is comprised of students from diverse ethnic backgrounds. Approximately 14 percent of students identify as Black or African Americans and 12 percent of students are Hispanic/Latino. Popular majors are business, health and social sciences. Located in a hub of businesses with international ties and premiere healthcare facilities, students may access internships working with a diverse urban population. The school accepts 69 percent of applicants and offers 80 undergraduate programs.

California State University, East Bay

Like many public colleges that are part of the California State University system, California State University, East Bay excels in diversity recruitment and retention. This school was ranked number one in the West for ethnic diversity by U.S. News and World Report in 2018. Almost 75 percent of the 11,318 enrolled undergraduate students identify as ethnically diverse domestic students and 6.3 percent are international students. You may choose from 50 bachelor’s degree. Examples of popular majors include business, health, psychology, criminal justice and biology. Students enjoy service learning activities and helping their community.

Rutgers University-Newark

Diversity is a core value of the Newark campus of prestigious Rutgers University. Innovative programs to diversify have earned the school national recognition. For instance, most of the students in the Honors Living-Learning Community are black or Latino students and 75 percent qualify for low income Pell Grants. These honor students were chosen for their resilience, leadership potential and commitment to social justice. You can select from more than 45 undergraduate majors, and classes are taught by exceptional faculty dedicated to teaching and research.

Stony Brook University, SUNY

Stony Brook University, State University of New York started out in 1957 as a teacher training college. Enrollment has since grown to 17,026 undergraduate students. Over 50 percent of enrolled students identify as a member of an ethnically diverse group. The largest ethnic group is Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students at 18.7 percent of the overall population. The school offers more than 200 majors along with study abroad opportunities like studying at SUNY Korea. Students study hard, but they also have fun.

University of California, Los Angeles

Diverse students flock to the University of California, Los Angeles. Approximately 75 percent of enrolled students are culturally diverse. The school is consistently ranked among the best public universities in the country. UCLA’s reputation for scholarship and groundbreaking research makes it an attractive option. To be competitive, you must be gifted and talented. As part of the admission process, the school looks at many factors, including diverse life experiences and cultural perspectives. However, most students also have a 4.0 GPA and high test scores.

University of Nevada, Las Vegas

The University of Nevada, Las Vegas is working to become a national leader in providing diverse students with a high quality, equitable and accessible education. Efforts are ongoing to remove obstacles and barriers to success that may derail a promising student’s career goals. The campus is also considered military friendly to students affiliated with the armed services. With almost 400 majors, the school offers something for everyone. The undergraduate population is 24,714.

San Francisco State University

Along with a diverse student body, San Francisco State University offers a College of Ethnic Studies for students seeking majors like Africana studies or La Raza studies. The school’s emphasis on academic programs is well known. This public school stays abreast of world politics. Students engage in research projects that can be applied to solving problems and helping people. Annual tuition and fees are $7,260, as of 2018 to 2019. Aspiring creative artists, change agents and activists enjoy the vibrancy of the school that boasts an enrollment close to 30,000 students.

University of California, Davis

Admission is competitive to this excellent public school with 30,145 undergraduates. The acceptance rate at the University of California, Davis is 42 percent, and most students have an impressive ACT scores of 25 to 31. Two out of three students identify as a member of a diverse ethnic group. The largest culturally diverse groups represented are Asians and Hispanics. The school has been hosting a annual powwow for almost 40 years to honor American Indians. Despite its urban setting, the school’s agricultural roots are still evident. For instance, you may be able to look out your dorm window and see Holsteins munching hay on the large University farm. Over 100 academic majors are offered, including animal science and viticulture.

University of Houston

If you like the idea of attending a large, fast paced public school in a diverse urban setting, you may want to consider the University of Houston. Less than 27 percent of the 43,774 students enrolled identify as white, which reflects the school’s strong commitment to opportunity and access for all high potential students. The typical UH student has a competitive ACT score of 23 to 28. The school offers more than 250 majors, including a specialized degree in the hospitality business. Known for innovation, the University of Houston is an incubator for entrepreneurial students and faculty continually exploring new startups.

California State University, Sacramento

Located in the capitol city of California, this large public school of 29,000 is well situated for studying public policy. The diversity of the student body at California State University, Sacramento reflects the diverse population of Sacramento. The school also has the second largest population of military veterans. The percentage of students who graduate without any debt is lower than the national average. The school has received special recognition for their good general education classes that provide a solid foundation a major. The school is also known for having one of the few business administration programs that's AACSB accredited.

The University of Texas at Arlington

The University of Texas at Arlington prides itself on a diverse enrollment of 29,606 undergraduate students. The UTA website describes the school as a diversity leader in the U.S. Students from every state attend UTA. Approximately 24 percent of students identify as Hispanic, 16 percent as African American and 11 percent international. No matter what major, you can find research opportunities. UTA is known for state-of-the-art facilities that support the school’s passion for discovering new knowledge and inventions.

Brooklyn College

Like the other 23 campuses that are part of the City University of New York (CUNY) system, this public school welcomes students from all ethnic and racial backgrounds. Brooklyn College is a CUNY leader, with more than 50 percent cultural diversity within the study body. Students representing 138 countries add to the vitality of campus life. An estimated 90 languages are spoken. Students study in prestigious looking ivy covered buildings like you would see at Harvard. The most popular majors are psychology, computer science and business accounting. The school also has an African American Research Center.

New Jersey Institute of Technology

Academic excellence is the hallmark of the New Jersey Institute of Technology, which is the state’s polytechnic university. NJTI awards more engineering degrees to Hispanic and African-American students than any other school in New Jersey. You may find this school a great fit for you if your goals focus on business, architecture, engineering or technology. Faculty are highly accomplished in their field. Located just 20 minutes from Manhattan, students have access to internship and job opportunities. Forbes has designated NJIT as a top school in promoting the upward mobility of diverse students.

University of California, Santa Barbara

Students at the University of California, Santa Barbara enjoy picturesque views of the Pacific Ocean when taking a break from studying. The school values multiculturalism and global stewardship. UC Santa Barbara has been designated as a Hispanic-Serving Institution, which requires enrollment of 25 percent or more Hispanic students. Admission is selective, with an acceptance rate of 36 percent. The average composite ACT score of a UC Santa Barbara student is a competitive 27 to 32. Over 200 majors are offered, and many programs are research-intensive.

University of California, San Diego

Close to the Mexican border, the University of California, San Diego reflects cultural plurality. The school seeks to further increase the number of students from diverse backgrounds. The school is world renowned as a research institution. Emphasis is placed on global leadership and being a change agent for the betterment of society. You may want to consider this school if you plan to study in one of the disciplines offered: arts and humanities, biological and physical science, engineering and sociology related areas.

Baruch College - The City University of New York (CUNY)

Baruch College is a quality public school with about 18,000 enrolled students. More than 110 languages are spoken on campus. Just under 70 percent of students identify as being a student of color, with Asians being the largest demographic at 40 percent. Academic programs are offered through the accredited Zicklin School of Business, Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and the Marxe School of Public and International Affairs. You may also find this school especially appealing if like the idea of living in New York with easy access to Wall Street, corporate headquarters and cultural organizations.

SUNY Old Westbury

If you are looking for a small but diverse public college with a good academic reputation in an urban area, you may want to look at SUNY Old Westbury in Long Island. This school of 4,635 undergraduates has the most diverse student body of all schools within the State University New York system. Further, the school is more diverse the many predominately white colleges throughout the country. African-Americans represent the largest diverse demographic at 27 percent, followed by Hispanic/Latino at 25 percent. Tuition and fees are affordable at $278 per credit for in-state students.

Hunter College

Hunter College’s total enrollment of 22,993 students makes it the largest of 24 colleges in the City University of New York system. The school admits 38 percent of applicants. Psychology, English and sociology are the most popular of the 170 undergraduate programs offered. About 66 percent of those enrolled are students of color, with Hispanic/Latino being the largest culturally diverse group, at 27 percent of the student body. The school shows commitment to diverse scholarship as evidenced by the Center for Puerto Rican Studies and ongoing research efforts aimed at eliminating racial inequities in healthcare services.

Kean University

Kean University in New Jersey proclaims that the school is ranked among the top five diverse colleges in the nation, according to Diversity, Inc. Kean also has an English-speaking campus in China, which is unusual for a public school. At Kean, you can choose between liberal arts, interdisciplinary studies or a specialized major in a particular field. More than 50 undergraduate programs are offered. Eight online programs can be completed without having to commute to campus. To support student success and graduation, the school provides a variety of services such as writing and tutoring centers, career services and a veterans office.

Most Diverse Public Colleges - Complete List

Rank College Diversity Score Acceptance Rate # Students
1 University of Hawaii at Hilo 0.796 69.1% 2,440
2 University of Massachusetts-Boston 0.793 68.5% 9,283
3 California State University-East Bay 0.784 69.8% 11,578
3 Rutgers University-Newark 0.784 65.3% 6,680
5 Stony Brook University 0.779 40.7% 15,858
6 University of California-Los Angeles 0.778 18.0% 30,343
7 University of Nevada-Las Vegas 0.777 82.8% 18,322
8 San Francisco State University 0.774 68.2% 21,515
8 University of California-Davis 0.774 42.3% 28,564
10 University of Houston 0.771 58.5% 25,818
10 California State University-Sacramento 0.771 71.9% 23,234
12 The University of Texas at Arlington 0.770 69.8% 16,679
13 CUNY Brooklyn College 0.767 37.5% 10,198
13 New Jersey Institute of Technology 0.767 59.3% 6,180
15 University of California-Santa Barbara 0.766 35.8% 21,199
16 University of California-San Diego 0.761 35.7% 27,386
17 CUNY Bernard M Baruch College 0.760 30.7% 11,288
18 SUNY College at Old Westbury 0.759 68.6% 3,633
18 CUNY Hunter College 0.759 37.9% 12,223
20 Kean University 0.758 74.4% 9,239
20 University of California-Berkeley 0.758 16.9% 28,108
22 San Diego State University 0.757 34.6% 26,790
23 San Jose State University 0.756 53.4% 21,613
24 University of Washington-Tacoma Campus 0.755 83.8% 3,761
24 University of Washington-Bothell Campus 0.755 80.3% 4,426
26 CUNY Queens College 0.753 41.3% 11,693
27 University of California-Irvine 0.751 40.6% 26,889
27 CUNY City College 0.751 45.4% 10,067
29 University of California-Santa Cruz 0.750 57.9% 16,509
30 University of Illinois at Chicago 0.747 73.6% 16,517
30 University of Connecticut-Stamford 0.747 57.4% 1,194
32 Nevada State College 0.746 76.1% 1,539
33 CUNY New York City College of Technology 0.744 74.5% 10,912
34 Northeastern Illinois University 0.743 71.0% 4,321
35 New Jersey City University 0.742 85.1% 5,166
35 University of Hawaii at Manoa 0.742 85.0% 10,871
35 California State University-Long Beach 0.742 31.9% 27,953
38 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 0.741 56.9% 34,020
38 George Mason University 0.741 81.0% 19,266
38 The University of Texas at Dallas 0.741 68.0% 14,323
41 Georgia State University 0.739 58.8% 19,208
42 CUNY York College 0.738 41.0% 5,066
43 University of Hawaii-West Oahu 0.737 68.1% 1,566
44 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 0.735 45.3% 28,380
45 University of Maryland-Baltimore County 0.730 56.8% 9,484
45 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 0.730 59.2% 21,148
45 Texas Woman's University 0.730 85.9% 7,014
48 California State University-Fullerton 0.727 48.2% 27,994
49 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Abington 0.723 82.4% 3,143
50 The University of Texas at Austin 0.722 40.4% 37,234
51 Montclair State University 0.718 66.1% 14,968
52 College of Staten Island CUNY 0.715 99.2% 9,585
53 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 0.714 60.1% 32,540
54 University of North Texas 0.713 71.8% 25,486
54 SUNY at Albany 0.713 54.4% 12,421
54 University of North Carolina at Pembroke 0.713 73.6% 4,510
54 Virginia Commonwealth University 0.713 81.2% 20,264
54 Fashion Institute of Technology 0.713 40.4% 7,395
59 William Paterson University of New Jersey 0.711 75.6% 7,499
59 California State University-San Marcos 0.711 51.8% 10,469
61 California State University-Northridge 0.709 48.2% 29,104
62 University at Buffalo 0.707 59.4% 18,824
63 University of Houston-Downtown 0.706 82.9% 6,329
64 Florida Atlantic University 0.705 59.8% 16,252
65 Northeastern State University 0.703 93.7% 4,862
65 Texas A & M University-Commerce 0.703 46.1% 6,015
67 California State University-Monterey Bay 0.702 35.2% 6,226
67 University of California-Riverside 0.702 66.3% 19,544
69 Governors State University 0.701 41.3% 1,926
69 University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus 0.701 60.5% 8,530
71 University of South Florida-Main Campus 0.700 46.6% 24,013
72 Old Dominion University 0.694 84.6% 15,203
72 Midwestern State University 0.694 74.5% 4,122
74 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 0.693 25.8% 13,815
75 California State University-Chico 0.691 65.2% 15,246
75 University of Houston-Victoria 0.691 48.1% 1,586
77 Metropolitan State University 0.686 100.0% 2,844
78 University of Connecticut-Waterbury Campus 0.685 58.2% 1,803
78 University of Maryland-College Park 0.685 48.1% 26,350
80 Arizona State University-Tempe 0.684 82.5% 38,946
80 University of New Orleans 0.684 60.0% 4,684
82 University of Arkansas at Little Rock 0.682 89.8% 4,785
83 California State University Maritime Academy 0.681 68.2% 1,075
84 Lamar University 0.680 76.2% 6,161
85 Humboldt State University 0.676 77.1% 7,501
85 California State University-Fresno 0.676 53.5% 18,843
87 CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice 0.673 33.8% 9,831
87 Sonoma State University 0.673 76.3% 7,806
89 SUNY Buffalo State 0.670 64.1% 7,598
89 Arizona State University-West 0.670 77.9% 2,698
89 University of California-Merced 0.670 74.2% 6,741
92 Portland State University 0.668 89.4% 14,206
93 Rutgers University-Camden 0.667 57.5% 4,056
93 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Harrisburg 0.667 84.5% 3,817
93 University of Houston-Clear Lake 0.667 64.7% 2,693
93 University of Alaska Fairbanks 0.667 73.5% 3,189
97 California State University-Stanislaus 0.664 74.3% 7,217
97 Fort Lewis College 0.664 92.1% 3,178
99 University of North Carolina at Greensboro 0.662 73.9% 14,116
99 SUNY at Purchase College 0.662 43.5% 3,673
101 Sam Houston State University 0.661 71.9% 14,497
101 University of Central Oklahoma 0.661 75.0% 10,546
103 California State University-Channel Islands 0.660 73.8% 5,365
104 University of Arizona 0.659 78.6% 29,149
105 University of Central Florida 0.658 50.0% 38,508
106 University of Alaska Southeast 0.657 49.0% 659
106 University of Baltimore 0.657 49.4% 1,995
106 Colorado State University-Pueblo 0.657 96.4% 3,436
106 Adams State University 0.657 98.6% 1,625
110 University of New Mexico-Main Campus 0.656 57.8% 15,926
110 Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus 0.656 57.3% 2,590
112 East Central University 0.655 57.8% 2,868
113 Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix 0.654 76.7% 8,238
114 Arizona State University-Polytechnic 0.653 76.1% 3,354
115 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 0.652 77.3% 2,409
116 University of Missouri-Kansas City 0.650 61.9% 6,669
117 University of Alaska Anchorage 0.645 82.8% 7,079
118 The University of Texas at San Antonio 0.643 76.4% 20,222
119 Augusta University 0.642 77.2% 4,133
120 Temple University 0.641 52.2% 26,277
121 New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology 0.639 23.5% 1,388
122 Texas State University 0.638 71.1% 28,180
123 Angelo State University 0.637 74.4% 5,169
124 Northern Illinois University 0.636 51.8% 12,343
124 California State University-Bakersfield 0.636 67.8% 7,066
126 Southern Connecticut State University 0.634 63.5% 6,830
127 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State York 0.633 83.3% 840
128 Central Washington University 0.631 79.7% 9,482
129 University of Florida 0.630 45.9% 31,014
129 Indiana University-Northwest 0.630 75.8% 2,776
131 Binghamton University 0.629 40.6% 13,185
132 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 0.628 29.5% 19,703
133 University of West Alabama 0.627 53.1% 1,722
134 Northwestern State University of Louisiana 0.626 61.8% 5,231
134 Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi 0.626 64.7% 8,251
136 Louisiana State University-Shreveport 0.625 88.6% 1,659
137 Valdosta State University 0.624 65.1% 7,185
137 University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma 0.624 48.8% 714
139 West Virginia State University 0.621 96.3% 1,797
140 University of South Alabama 0.620 80.5% 9,604
140 Frostburg State University 0.620 62.7% 4,141
142 University of Memphis 0.618 56.7% 12,412
143 College of William and Mary 0.617 36.5% 6,209
144 Kennesaw State University 0.616 58.5% 24,412
144 University of Virginia-Main Campus 0.616 29.9% 15,476
146 Auburn University at Montgomery 0.615 76.6% 3,095
146 University of South Carolina-Upstate 0.615 54.6% 4,476
146 University of Oregon 0.615 77.9% 18,330
149 Armstrong State University 0.614 80.4% 4,738
150 University of Connecticut 0.613 48.8% 18,655
150 Columbus State University 0.613 53.2% 4,834
150 University of West Georgia 0.613 59.1% 9,084
153 Northwestern Oklahoma State University 0.612 43.8% 1,424
154 New Mexico State University-Main Campus 0.610 59.6% 9,874
154 SUNY College of Technology at Delhi 0.610 51.3% 2,574
156 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 0.609 62.0% 20,263
157 Wichita State University 0.608 86.2% 8,687
157 University of North Texas at Dallas 0.608 68.2% 1,370
159 Stephen F Austin State University 0.607 62.4% 9,592
159 University of Alabama at Birmingham 0.607 58.1% 8,971
161 Wayne State University 0.606 81.5% 12,003
161 Towson University 0.606 73.7% 16,893
163 The University of Texas at Tyler 0.604 69.3% 4,806
163 Metropolitan State University of Denver 0.604 63.9% 12,483
165 Troy University 0.603 91.2% 9,350
165 University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus 0.603 70.8% 18,444
165 Farmingdale State College 0.603 58.0% 6,942
168 University of Nevada-Reno 0.601 82.8% 15,408
168 Northern Arizona University 0.601 78.0% 21,494
170 University of Minnesota-Morris 0.600 58.1% 1,646
170 Southern Oregon University 0.600 78.2% 3,670
172 University of Illinois at Springfield 0.599 65.3% 1,913
173 University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth 0.598 76.0% 6,011
173 University of Northern Colorado 0.598 90.3% 8,348
175 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Brandywine 0.596 82.6% 1,186
176 Middle Georgia State University 0.595 70.7% 4,769
176 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 0.595 28.6% 27,969
178 University of South Carolina-Beaufort 0.594 65.1% 1,746
179 Texas A&M University-Texarkana 0.593 56.0% 1,098
180 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Lehigh Valley 0.592 86.6% 697
181 Washington State University 0.591 72.0% 21,652
182 Western Connecticut State University 0.589 66.8% 4,116
182 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin 0.589 81.5% 2,186
182 Texas Tech University 0.589 62.6% 26,627
185 Western Illinois University 0.588 59.5% 7,482
185 University of South Carolina-Aiken 0.588 66.9% 2,831
187 Eastern Washington University 0.586 95.5% 10,032
188 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Hazleton 0.584 81.9% 764
188 CUNY Lehman College 0.584 32.5% 6,600
190 Francis Marion University 0.580 61.6% 3,133
191 Oregon State University 0.579 77.5% 18,852
191 United States Air Force Academy 0.579 15.1% 4,237
193 Gordon State College 0.577 54.3% 2,491
194 California State University-Dominguez Hills 0.575 47.9% 9,320
194 University of Massachusetts-Lowell 0.575 60.6% 10,019
196 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 0.573 26.9% 17,869
196 Winthrop University 0.573 68.5% 4,545
198 SUNY College at Potsdam 0.572 71.8% 3,321
199 Southwestern Oklahoma State University 0.571 90.8% 3,659
199 University of Florida-Online 0.571 64.1% 1,028
201 Western Oregon University 0.570 87.8% 4,081
202 Lander University 0.568 61.8% 2,551
203 Rhode Island College 0.567 74.7% 5,598
203 Mississippi University for Women 0.567 98.8% 2,116
203 The University of West Florida 0.567 40.8% 7,153
206 California State University-San Bernardino 0.566 58.1% 16,478
206 West Texas A & M University 0.566 60.0% 5,650
208 State University of New York at New Paltz 0.565 42.9% 6,198
209 United States Naval Academy 0.563 9.7% 4,528
210 Florida State University 0.562 58.0% 29,281
210 Texas A&M University-San Antonio 0.562 38.7% 2,377
212 Central Connecticut State University 0.560 60.0% 7,539
212 United States Military Academy 0.560 9.7% 4,389
214 Purdue University-Main Campus 0.559 56.0% 29,309
214 Delta State University 0.559 89.4% 2,259
216 Middle Tennessee State University 0.558 68.6% 16,019
216 Austin Peay State University 0.558 88.9% 6,956
218 Massachusetts College of Art and Design 0.557 70.9% 1,560
219 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 0.556 51.1% 12,876
219 University of South Florida-St Petersburg 0.556 35.7% 2,739
219 University of Louisiana at Monroe 0.556 76.1% 5,208
222 Minot State University 0.555 59.8% 2,021
223 University of Missouri-St Louis 0.554 70.6% 5,434
224 Cleveland State University 0.552 87.5% 9,221
224 Clayton State University 0.552 40.9% 3,636
226 Ramapo College of New Jersey 0.551 53.3% 5,016
226 Texas A & M University-College Station 0.551 67.2% 45,091
226 Sul Ross State University 0.551 92.2% 1,378
229 Southern Illinois University-Carbondale 0.550 76.7% 10,554
229 Florida International University 0.550 50.1% 26,312
229 Eastern Michigan University 0.550 72.9% 12,880
229 California State University-Los Angeles 0.550 63.7% 20,022
233 College of Coastal Georgia 0.549 95.2% 2,165
233 Louisiana State University-Alexandria 0.549 33.3% 1,850
235 Southeastern Louisiana University 0.548 87.3% 9,020
235 Arizona State University-Skysong 0.548 62.1% 8,931
237 University of Southern Mississippi 0.546 60.1% 10,246
238 Georgia Southern University 0.545 64.6% 15,976
239 Kentucky State University 0.544 49.0% 1,049
240 SUNY College of Technology at Canton 0.543 82.6% 2,673
241 SUNY College at Plattsburgh 0.542 51.0% 4,822
242 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 0.541 59.7% 21,460
243 University of Colorado Colorado Springs 0.538 92.9% 7,947
243 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Berks 0.538 87.0% 2,553
243 Indiana State University 0.538 85.9% 9,364
243 Pennsylvania State University-World Campus 0.538 57.5% 2,320
247 University of Nebraska at Omaha 0.537 86.5% 9,880
247 East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania 0.537 83.3% 5,642
247 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 0.537 73.3% 17,598
250 Eastern Connecticut State University 0.536 57.9% 4,292
250 University of Michigan-Flint 0.536 65.2% 3,844
250 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 0.536 70.9% 25,213
250 Morrisville State College 0.536 77.4% 2,624
254 The Evergreen State College 0.533 97.5% 3,458
254 University of Central Arkansas 0.533 89.8% 8,010
256 Georgia Southwestern State University 0.530 68.2% 1,769
257 United States Coast Guard Academy 0.529 51.0% 986
257 The College of New Jersey 0.529 48.9% 6,496
259 Michigan State University 0.528 65.7% 35,447
260 Salem State University 0.526 73.6% 5,864
261 University of Pittsburgh-Bradford 0.524 52.6% 1,349
261 Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus 0.524 56.4% 40,139
263 Florida Gulf Coast University 0.518 56.1% 10,826
264 Colorado State University-Global Campus 0.517 0.0% 2,181
264 Eastern Illinois University 0.517 46.9% 5,133
264 McNeese State University 0.517 63.7% 5,467
267 University of Wisconsin-Parkside 0.516 62.5% 3,248
268 Rowan University 0.515 71.0% 12,731
268 Southern Arkansas University Main Campus 0.515 69.1% 2,834
268 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Schuylkill 0.515 75.6% 627
271 Florida Polytechnic University 0.514 73.6% 1,254
271 University of North Florida 0.514 64.5% 9,702
273 East Carolina University 0.513 70.3% 19,754
274 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 0.511 44.4% 29,566
274 University of Toledo 0.511 94.3% 12,936
276 Oklahoma State University-Main Campus 0.510 74.5% 18,414
277 St Mary's College of Maryland 0.507 80.0% 1,547
277 University of Michigan-Dearborn 0.507 64.7% 4,985
277 University of Colorado Boulder 0.507 76.6% 25,802
280 Henderson State University 0.506 66.1% 2,791
280 Virginia State University 0.506 94.5% 4,023
280 Fayetteville State University 0.506 59.3% 4,141
283 Coastal Carolina University 0.505 61.2% 8,864
283 Mayville State University 0.505 55.2% 612
285 Saint Cloud State University 0.504 85.1% 8,841
285 Nicholls State University 0.504 82.7% 4,605
285 University of Utah 0.504 76.4% 17,197
288 Framingham State University 0.503 64.8% 3,701
289 Ohio State University-Main Campus 0.501 54.1% 41,862
290 Emporia State University 0.500 87.4% 3,431
291 Colorado Mesa University 0.499 82.7% 7,277
292 University of Iowa 0.497 84.1% 20,868
293 Worcester State University 0.496 70.6% 4,033
294 Radford University 0.492 81.2% 8,104
295 New College of Florida 0.489 71.3% 861
295 Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis 0.489 74.0% 17,389
297 Tarleton State University 0.488 50.4% 8,059
297 University of Georgia 0.488 53.9% 26,328
299 Louisiana Tech University 0.487 63.2% 7,850
300 University of Connecticut-Avery Point 0.486 62.4% 623
300 Stockton University 0.486 76.9% 7,416
302 Indiana University-Bloomington 0.485 78.7% 32,005
303 Western Michigan University 0.484 82.3% 15,048
304 SUNY College at Brockport 0.481 55.3% 6,375
305 Salisbury University 0.479 65.9% 7,250
306 SUNY College of Agriculture and Technology at Cobleskill 0.478 78.2% 2,168
306 University of Mary Washington 0.478 74.4% 3,859
308 Saginaw Valley State University 0.477 75.9% 6,932
309 Fitchburg State University 0.475 74.6% 3,428
309 University of Kansas 0.475 93.0% 17,141
311 Texas A & M University-Kingsville 0.472 82.3% 5,124
312 SUNY Maritime College 0.470 58.0% 1,590
313 University of Montevallo 0.469 65.4% 2,178
314 Chicago State University 0.468 57.9% 1,464
314 University of Alabama in Huntsville 0.468 76.3% 5,257
316 North Carolina State University at Raleigh 0.464 47.5% 20,951
316 Western Washington University 0.464 83.1% 13,413
318 Oregon Institute of Technology 0.462 73.0% 2,385
319 University of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee 0.461 37.8% 1,019
320 SUNY College at Oswego 0.459 54.5% 6,868
320 Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College 0.459 76.4% 23,212
322 University of North Alabama 0.458 55.7% 5,162
323 University of Rhode Island 0.457 72.8% 12,485
323 University of the Virgin Islands 0.457 92.0% 1,422
325 University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus 0.455 55.4% 18,163
325 University of Delaware 0.455 69.5% 17,761
327 Colorado State University-Fort Collins 0.454 78.0% 21,977
328 West Virginia University Institute of Technology 0.453 52.7% 975
329 Boise State University 0.450 81.7% 12,375
329 SUNY Cortland 0.450 52.2% 6,187
331 Jacksonville State University 0.449 53.1% 5,480
331 Indiana University-South Bend 0.449 77.0% 3,815
333 Wright State University-Main Campus 0.448 95.2% 9,675
333 University of Minnesota-Crookston 0.448 68.2% 1,187
335 SUNY College of Technology at Alfred 0.447 72.0% 3,447
335 Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville 0.447 89.3% 9,908
337 University of Maine at Fort Kent 0.446 81.5% 668
337 Missouri Southern State University 0.446 94.3% 4,460
337 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 0.446 77.1% 1,256
340 Western State Colorado University 0.445 91.9% 1,939
341 Kent State University at Kent 0.444 85.4% 19,250
341 University of North Carolina School of the Arts 0.444 54.4% 883
343 Mississippi State University 0.443 55.7% 16,695
343 Miami University-Oxford 0.443 65.4% 16,434
345 Delaware State University 0.442 40.6% 3,593
346 Colorado School of Mines 0.440 40.4% 4,395
347 Eastern Oregon University 0.439 97.0% 1,691
348 Minnesota State University-Mankato 0.437 62.5% 11,009
349 Elizabeth City State University 0.436 57.2% 1,197
349 University of Wisconsin-Madison 0.436 52.6% 28,577
349 University of Wyoming 0.436 95.1% 8,102
352 West Liberty University 0.435 71.7% 1,820
353 Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus 0.433 91.5% 10,006
354 University of Louisville 0.432 72.6% 12,434
355 Iowa State University 0.431 87.5% 28,872
355 Oakland University 0.431 86.3% 12,968
357 United States Merchant Marine Academy 0.430 20.3% 904
358 Southern Utah University 0.429 72.3% 5,879
359 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Altoona 0.428 89.5% 3,353
359 University of Idaho 0.428 75.9% 7,269
361 University of Akron Main Campus 0.427 95.9% 13,827
362 Dickinson State University 0.426 91.7% 912
362 Southwest Minnesota State University 0.426 54.2% 2,056
364 Glenville State College 0.425 69.5% 1,059
364 SUNY College at Geneseo 0.425 66.8% 5,397
366 Arkansas State University-Main Campus 0.424 70.4% 7,305
366 James Madison University 0.424 72.1% 18,554
366 Christopher Newport University 0.424 62.2% 4,856
369 University of Kentucky 0.419 90.8% 20,833
369 University of Cincinnati-Main Campus 0.419 76.4% 21,558
371 University of New Hampshire at Manchester 0.418 69.8% 591
372 Longwood University 0.415 73.9% 3,953
372 Arkansas Tech University 0.415 63.9% 6,785
374 Illinois State University 0.412 88.9% 17,456
374 Bridgewater State University 0.412 81.0% 7,826
374 University of Central Missouri 0.412 74.6% 7,858
377 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 0.411 75.3% 19,381
377 University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg 0.411 74.9% 1,438
379 Montana Tech of the University of Montana 0.405 88.9% 1,672
379 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Mont Alto 0.405 77.6% 683
381 University of Arkansas 0.404 63.2% 19,853
381 Westfield State University 0.404 77.9% 4,979
381 Fort Hays State University 0.404 90.7% 5,778
384 Western Kentucky University 0.403 94.0% 13,160
384 Citadel Military College of South Carolina 0.403 82.3% 2,504
386 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Beaver 0.402 85.9% 634
386 Youngstown State University 0.402 67.5% 8,756
386 Millersville University of Pennsylvania 0.402 69.5% 5,941
389 University of North Georgia 0.401 75.0% 12,567
390 University of South Carolina-Columbia 0.400 68.1% 24,382
391 Morgan State University 0.399 60.3% 5,739
391 Southeast Missouri State University 0.399 82.8% 7,896
391 SUNY Polytechnic Institute 0.399 64.3% 1,698
391 Montana State University-Northern 0.399 100.0% 892
395 Minnesota State University Moorhead 0.398 59.6% 4,279
396 The University of Virginia's College at Wise 0.397 77.7% 1,292
397 SUNY at Fredonia 0.396 62.3% 4,256
397 SUNY Oneonta 0.396 52.8% 5,608
397 Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania 0.396 88.3% 5,545
400 Northern State University 0.395 81.4% 1,402
401 California University of Pennsylvania 0.394 96.5% 4,606
402 University of Wisconsin-Superior 0.392 76.1% 1,811
403 Pittsburg State University 0.390 87.3% 5,342
403 CUNY Medgar Evers College 0.390 98.4% 4,760
405 The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga 0.389 78.3% 8,875
405 Bowling Green State University-Main Campus 0.389 76.1% 13,184
407 University of Maine at Presque Isle 0.388 86.7% 704
408 West Chester University of Pennsylvania 0.386 64.5% 12,823
409 University of Mississippi 0.385 78.3% 17,852
409 University of Maryland Eastern Shore 0.385 38.4% 2,918
409 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Erie-Behrend College 0.385 87.9% 4,190
412 Kansas State University 0.384 94.1% 17,699
412 University of North Carolina at Asheville 0.384 75.9% 3,222
414 The University of Tennessee-Martin 0.383 66.7% 4,955
415 University of North Carolina Wilmington 0.382 71.8% 12,023
415 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania 0.382 79.8% 7,288
417 Western Carolina University 0.380 40.7% 7,871
418 Texas Southern University 0.379 51.5% 5,776
419 The University of Tennessee-Knoxville 0.377 77.2% 20,778
420 Johnson State College 0.376 95.1% 884
421 Truman State University 0.375 67.7% 5,187
421 Central Michigan University 0.375 71.6% 17,190
423 University of Nebraska at Kearney 0.372 85.1% 4,255
423 The University of Montana 0.372 92.4% 7,857
425 The University of Alabama 0.371 52.6% 29,220
426 University of Missouri-Columbia 0.370 74.7% 24,124
426 Ferris State University 0.370 77.7% 8,785
426 Winston-Salem State University 0.370 63.3% 4,117
429 West Virginia University 0.366 76.1% 20,524
430 Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 0.365 77.6% 8,274
431 Coppin State University 0.364 39.6% 1,888
431 College of Charleston 0.364 84.1% 9,524
433 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Worthington Scranton 0.357 79.7% 868
434 Virginia Military Institute 0.352 50.9% 1,713
435 Missouri University of Science and Technology 0.351 79.3% 6,215
436 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry 0.349 54.2% 1,711
437 Northwest Missouri State University 0.348 74.1% 4,918
438 University of Southern Maine 0.345 80.2% 3,750
438 University of Wisconsin Colleges 0.345 75.4% 5,766
440 Lake Superior State University 0.344 90.8% 1,811
441 Missouri State University-Springfield 0.342 84.4% 15,131
442 University of Vermont 0.341 68.9% 10,183
442 Murray State University 0.341 85.4% 6,980
442 Black Hills State University 0.341 79.8% 2,221
445 Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne 0.340 93.3% 6,384
446 Ball State University 0.337 62.3% 15,110
447 Mansfield University of Pennsylvania 0.333 87.5% 1,924
448 Edinboro University of Pennsylvania 0.331 95.3% 4,350
448 East Tennessee State University 0.331 91.6% 9,371
450 University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 0.330 75.9% 12,468
451 Northern Kentucky University 0.329 91.1% 9,184
452 North Carolina Central University 0.327 66.7% 5,342
453 Lyndon State College 0.326 98.3% 961
454 Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College 0.325 65.6% 2,514
455 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 0.324 69.3% 10,128
456 Shepherd University 0.323 91.9% 2,700
457 Tennessee Technological University 0.320 67.2% 8,441
458 The University of Texas at El Paso 0.317 100.0% 13,341
458 Auburn University 0.317 80.5% 20,396
458 Utah State University 0.317 90.2% 16,991
458 Grand Valley State University 0.317 81.7% 19,668
462 Lewis-Clark State College 0.316 97.2% 2,290
463 Bemidji State University 0.308 64.1% 3,430
464 University of Northern Iowa 0.306 82.6% 9,146
464 Ohio University-Main Campus 0.306 74.9% 17,866
466 Lock Haven University 0.305 87.8% 3,538
466 North Carolina A & T State University 0.305 53.6% 8,747
468 Valley City State University 0.304 98.1% 798
469 Plymouth State University 0.301 78.8% 3,935
469 Castleton University 0.301 95.3% 1,730
469 Clemson University 0.301 50.5% 17,883
472 University of North Dakota 0.299 83.7% 8,827
473 University of Maine 0.298 89.8% 8,125
474 Georgia College & State University 0.297 84.5% 5,555
475 Appalachian State University 0.296 68.3% 15,542
475 Southern University at New Orleans 0.296 11.5% 1,371
477 South Dakota School of Mines and Technology 0.292 84.5% 2,018
478 University of Wisconsin-Green Bay 0.291 73.1% 4,076
479 Montana State University 0.290 82.9% 12,248
479 University of Minnesota-Duluth 0.290 76.6% 8,755
481 Marshall University 0.289 89.4% 7,997
482 Lincoln University 0.288 87.1% 1,667
482 Clarion University of Pennsylvania 0.288 94.1% 3,567
484 Fairmont State University 0.286 65.0% 3,281
484 University of South Dakota 0.286 88.1% 4,943
486 Indiana University-Kokomo 0.285 69.1% 2,089
487 Indiana University-Southeast 0.283 84.0% 3,326
488 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State Fayette- Eberly 0.282 80.1% 557
489 Savannah State University 0.279 50.8% 4,132
490 University of Pittsburgh-Johnstown 0.278 74.3% 2,708
490 Eastern Kentucky University 0.278 86.3% 11,010
490 Pennsylvania State University-Penn State New Kensington 0.278 82.6% 534
493 Dakota State University 0.277 82.6% 1,293
494 Concord University 0.273 81.1% 1,878
495 Shawnee State University 0.272 73.6% 3,037
496 University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh 0.268 65.0% 8,379
497 Norfolk State University 0.266 85.5% 4,002
498 Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania 0.264 69.5% 7,161
498 Northern Michigan University 0.264 75.9% 6,283
500 Winona State University 0.263 59.8% 6,696
501 Prairie View A & M University 0.260 85.5% 6,817
502 Bowie State University 0.255 41.3% 3,939
503 Vermont Technical College 0.254 87.9% 1,021
504 University of Wisconsin-Stout 0.253 88.4% 6,856
505 North Dakota State University-Main Campus 0.251 92.8% 10,680
506 Keene State College 0.249 82.5% 4,004
506 University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point 0.249 81.4% 7,685
508 Bluefield State College 0.248 83.3% 1,117
509 University of Southern Indiana 0.247 91.9% 6,765
510 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 0.246 80.5% 1,605
511 Michigan Technological University 0.235 76.4% 5,446
512 Morehead State University 0.231 85.6% 5,963
512 South Dakota State University 0.231 90.8% 8,474
514 University of Wisconsin-River Falls 0.222 72.2% 4,833
515 Maine Maritime Academy 0.220 75.5% 981
516 Indiana University-East 0.219 60.3% 1,868
517 University of Puerto Rico-Utuado 0.215 73.3% 1,373
518 University of Maine at Farmington 0.212 80.4% 1,662
518 University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire 0.212 78.0% 9,396
520 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 0.202 74.2% 9,194
521 Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 0.199 31.1% 6,623
522 University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras 0.197 51.3% 12,057
523 University of Wisconsin-Platteville 0.188 80.3% 6,965
524 Mississippi Valley State University 0.180 84.5% 1,744
524 Albany State University 0.180 49.7% 2,194
526 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 0.174 63.9% 17,854
527 Grambling State University 0.171 45.1% 3,598
528 Alabama A & M University 0.163 87.4% 4,436
529 Wright State University-Lake Campus 0.161 98.8% 915
529 University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff 0.161 41.9% 2,502
531 Jackson State University 0.154 63.3% 6,507
532 Alcorn State University 0.146 78.4% 2,589
533 University of Puerto Rico-Humacao 0.142 42.8% 3,718
534 Southern University and A & M College 0.140 98.8% 4,354
535 Fort Valley State University 0.136 26.5% 1,998
536 Alabama State University 0.124 45.9% 4,368
537 University of Puerto Rico-Aguadilla 0.112 84.4% 3,151
538 Texas A & M International University 0.109 53.0% 4,860
539 University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez 0.106 73.8% 11,328
540 Central State University 0.102 42.0% 1,601
541 South Carolina State University 0.073 86.2% 2,282
542 University of Puerto Rico-Carolina 0.049 26.5% 3,194
543 University of Puerto Rico-Ponce 0.000 44.8% 3,401
543 Colegio Universitario de San Juan 0.000 95.5% 1,284
543 Haskell Indian Nations University 0.000 86.5% 787
543 University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon 0.000 22.7% 4,301
543 University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo 0.000 51.1% 3,859
543 University of Puerto Rico-Cayey 0.000 96.4% 3,488