US News - National Universities Rankings

The US news has deployed their own ranking system to help determine which colleges rank most highly. Users can purchase their very own definitive copy of the Best Colleges Guidebook which incorporates expanded, utterly comprehensive overviews and profiles for approximately 1,800 schools, enabling students to explore class stats including SATS and to save schools, compare and construct their own critical thinking to ensure that they locate a suitable school.

Rankingsort descending Institution Country Previous ranking
1
Princeton University
United States
7.4%
2
Harvard University
United States
5.9%
3
Yale University
United States
6.3%
4
Stanford University
United States
5.1%
4
University of Chicago
United States
8.4%
4
Columbia University
United States
7
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
United States
7.7%
8
Duke University
United States
10.8%
8
University of Pennsylvania
United States
10.0%
10
California Institute of Technology
United States
8.0%
11
Dartmouth College
United States
11.5%
12
Johns Hopkins University
United States
15.0%
13
Northwestern University
United States
13%
14
Washington University in St. Louis
United States
17.9%
15
Cornell University
United States
14.0%
16
Brown University
United States
8.6%
16
University of Notre Dame
United States
21.2%
16
Vanderbilt University
United States
13.1%
19
Rice University
United States
14.0%
20
University of California—​Berkeley
United States
17.0%
21
Emory University
United States
26.8%
21
Georgetown University
United States
17.1%
23
University of California—​Los Angeles
United States
18.2%
23
University of Virginia
United States
30.0%
25
Carnegie Mellon University
United States
16.7%
25
University of Southern California
United States
17.8%
27
Tufts University
United States
17.4%
27
Wake Forest University
United States
34%
29
University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor
United States
32%
30
University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill
United States
29.0%
31
Boston College
United States
34.0%
32
New York University
United States
34.0%
33
College of William and Mary
United States
33
University of Rochester
United States
35.3%
35
Brandeis University
United States
35%
35
Georgia Institute of Technology
United States
33.0%
37
University of California—​San Diego
United States
36.8%
38
Case Western Reserve University
United States
54.3%
38
University of California—​Davis
United States
41.3%
40
Lehigh University
United States
31.0%
40
University of California—​Santa Barbara
United States
36.1%
42
Boston University
United States
34.0%
42
Northeastern University
United States
5.6%
42
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
United States
43.6%
42
University of California—​Irvine
United States
35.4%
42
University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign
United States
62.00%
47
University of Wisconsin—​Madison
United States
51.1%
48
Pennsylvania State University—​University Park
United States
54.8%
48
University of Florida
United States
39.0%
48
University of Miami
United States
40.5%
48
University of Washington
United States
55.0%
48
Yeshiva University
United States
84%
53
University of Texas—​Austin
United States
40.2%
54
George Washington University
United States
34.4%
54
Ohio State University—​Columbus
United States
55.5%
54
Pepperdine University
Canada
37.3%
54
Tulane University
United States
26.4%
58
Fordham University
United States
47.1%
58
Southern Methodist University
United States
50.7%
58
Syracuse University
United States
49.5%
58
University of Connecticut
United States
53.7%
62
Brigham Young University—​Provo
United States
48.7%
62
Clemson University
United States
57.2%
62
Purdue University—​West Lafayette
United States
60.4%
62
University of Georgia
United States
54.7%
62
University of Maryland—​College Park
United States
46.9%
62
University of Pittsburgh
United States
54.5%
68
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
United States
51.6%
68
Texas A&M University—​College Station
United States
69.2%
70
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey—​New Brunswick
United States
59.5%
71
American University
United States
43.1%
71
Baylor University
United States
57.5%
71
University of Iowa
United States
80.2%
71
University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities
United States
44.4%
71
Virginia Tech
United States
70.3%
76
Clark University
United States
61.5%
76
Indiana University—​Bloomington
United States
72.2%
76
Marquette University
United States
57.5%
76
Miami University—​Oxford
United States
66.8%
76
Stevens Institute of Technology
United States
38.2%
76
SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
United States
SUNY C
76
Texas Christian University
United States
47.4%
76
University of Delaware
United States
63.4%
76
University of Massachusetts—​Amherst
United States
62.9%
85
Michigan State University
United States
68.7%
85
University of California—​Santa Cruz
United States
51.9%
85
University of Vermont
United States
77.6%
88
Binghamton University—​SUNY
United States
41.7%
88
Colorado School of Mines
United States
90%
88
Stony Brook University—​SUNY
United States
39.5%
88
University of Alabama
United States
56.6%
88
University of Colorado—​Boulder
United States
87.7%
88
University of Denver
United States
76.7%
88
University of Tulsa
United States
40.6%
95
Drexel University
United States
81.5%
95
Florida State University
United States
56.8%
95
North Carolina State University—​Raleigh
United States
46.9%
95
University of San Diego
United States
99
University of Nebraska—​Lincoln
United States
64%
99
University of New Hampshire
United States
77.8

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