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We have assembled a page of links to the very best college and university admissions across the country. Our team has put together the most comprehensive list of top ranking liberal arts colleges and universities. These are the best. You will even find a list of more than 300 A+ colleges and universities for B students.

Top 100 Colleges in ranking order. Click on college name for more information.

1) Princeton University (NJ)

2) Harvard University (MA)

3) Yale University (CT)

4) California Institute of Technology (CA)

4) Stanford University (CA)

4) MIT (MA)

7) University of Pennsylvania (PA)

8) Duke University (NC)

9) University of Chicago (IL)

9) Dartmouth College (NH)

9) Columbia University (NY)

12 Washington University St. Louis

12) Cornell University (NY)

14) Northwestern University (IL)

15) Brown University (RI)

16) Johns Hopkins University (MD)

17) Rice University (TX)

18) Emory University (GA)

18) Vanderbilt University (TN)

20) University of Notre Dame (IN)

21) UC Berkeley

21) Carnegie Mellon University (PA)

23) Georgetown University (DC)

24) University of Michigan Ann Arbor

24) University of Virginia

26) UCLA

27) University of Southern California

27) Tufts University (MA)

27) University of North Carolina Chapel Hill

30) Wake Forest University (NC)

31) Brandeis University (MA)

31) College of William and Mary (VA)

33) Lehigh University (PA)

34) Boston College

34) New York University

34) University of Rochester (NY)

34) University of Wisconsin Madison

38) UC San Diego

38) Georgia Institute of Technology

38) Case Western Reserve University (OH)

41) University of Illinois - Urbana - Champaign

42) Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (NY)

42) University of Washington

44) UC Irvine

44) Tulane University (LA)

44) Yeshiva University (NY)

47) UC Davis

47) UC Santa Barbara

47) University of Florida

47) Pennsylvania State University - University Park

47) University of Texas - Austin

52) George Washington University (DC)

52) Syracuse University (NY)

54) Pepperdine University (CA)

54) University of Miami (FL)

54) University of Maryland - College Park

57) Boston University

57)) Ohio State University - Columbus

57) University of Pittsburgh

60) University of Georgia

60) Rutgers University - New Brunswick (NJ)

60) Miami University - Oxford (OH)

60) Texas A&M University - College Station

64) Purdue University - West Lafayette(IN)

64) University of Iowa

64) Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)

67) University of Connecticut

67) University of Delaware

67) University of Minnesota - Twin Cities

70) Indiana University - Bloomington

70) Michigan State University

70) Fordham University (NY)

70) Clemson University (SC)

70) Southern Methodist University (TX)

70) Brigham Young University - Provo (UT)

76) UC Santa Cruz

77) University of Colorado - Boulder

77) St. Louis University

77) Stevens Institute of Technology (NJ)

77) Virginia Tech

81) Iowa State University

81) Clark University (MA)

81) North Carolina State University - Raleigh

81) Baylor University (TX)

81) Marquette University (WI)

86) American University (DC)

86) SUNY - Binghamton University

88) UC Riverside

88) University of Denver

88) Howard University (DC)

88) University of Kansas

88) University of Missouri - Columbia

88) University of Tulsa (OK)

88) University of Tennessee

88) University of Vermont

88) University of Alabama

88) Auburn University (AL)

98) University of Arizona

98) University of the Pacific (CA)

98) Northeastern University (MA)

98) University of Massachusetts - Amherst

98) University of Nebraska - Lincoln

98) SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

98) SUNY - Stony Brook University

105) University of San Diego

105) Illinois Institute of Technology

105) University of New Hampshire

105) University of Dayton (OH)

105) Texas Christian University

110) Florida State University

110) Ohio University

112) University of San Francisco

112) Loyola University Chicago

112) University of Kentucky

112) University of Missouri - Rolla

112) University of Oklahoma

112) Drexel University (PA)

112) University of South Carolina - Columbia

112) Washington State University

120) Catholic University of America (DC)

120) University at Buffalo - SUNY

120) University of Oregon

120) University of Utah

124) Colorado State University

124) Kansas State University

124) New Jersey Institute of Technology

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