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1. University of California, Berkeley
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $19,126
Av. Debt: $6,000
Av. Early Career Salary: $138,800
One of the top public universities in the country, UC Berkeley has a rich tradition of leading technological and social change. Berkeley’s faculty has had a hand in the discovery of Vitamins E and K, the development of the atomic bomb and the creation of the flu vaccine.Double click here to add text.
50. Texas A&M University, College Station
State: TX
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $10,984
Av. Debt: $7,046
Av. Early Career Salary: $119,000
The oldest public university in Texas, Texas A&M is a large research institution with a flagship campus in College Station, TX. Texas A&M offers its students more than 130 majors across 17 academic schools.







47. University of California, Irvine
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $18,934
Av. Debt: $5,378
Av. Early Career Salary: $125,900
University of California, Irvine is a top public research institution in Irvine, CA. The campus buildings form a ring around historic Aldrich Park. UC Irvine offers more than 70 majors, its most popular in biology, economics and social psychology.




45. University of Texas, Austin
State: TX
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $10,724
Av. Debt: $4,131
Av. Early Career Salary: $115,600
Located in Texas’s vibrant capital, the University of Texas, Austin, is a large research institution and the flagship of Texas’s public university system. The university offers more than 170 majors across 13 schools, but UT-Austin is best known academically for its business and engineering programs.



44. Middlebury College
State: VT
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $48,613
Av. Debt: $5,891
Av. Early Career Salary: $118,400
Middlebury College is a small private liberal arts college in Middlebury, VT, that offers 45 majors in humanities, foreign languages, cultural studies, natural sciences and social sciences.

43. Swarthmore College
State: PA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $51,408
Av. Debt: $8,986
Av. Early Career Salary: $141,000
A small but mighty school in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Swarthmore College provides students an elite liberal arts education. Outside of town, Swarthmore houses the 300-acre Scott Arboretum.

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University of Maryland, College Park & University of Notre Dame

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42. University of Maryland, College Park
State: MD
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $9,388
Av. Debt: $8,702
Av. Early Career Salary: $112,800
The University of Maryland, College Park, is a public land-grant research university and the flagship campus of Maryland’s public university system. UMD offers undergraduate students more than 90 majors across 12 schools and colleges, with the option to complete a tailored interdisciplinary bachelor’s degree.

41. University of Notre Dame
State: IN
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $41,252
Av. Debt: $7,168
Av. Early Career Salary: $136,900
Notre Dame is a Catholic research university in Notre Dame, IN, north of South Bend. The university offers programs in 5 schools, including the colleges of Arts and Letters, Architecture, Engineering, Sciences, and the Mendoza College of Business.






39. University of California, Santa Barbara
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $20,253
Av. Debt: $6,118
Av. Early Career Salary: $124,400
The University of California, Santa Barbara was founded in Isla Vista, CA, as a teachers’ college. It’s since grown: It now offers more than 100 undergraduate majors across its three schools. Popular areas of study include biological sciences, psychology and mathematics.
22. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
State: MI
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $19,728
Av. Debt: $7,305
Av. Early Career Salary: $112,300
One of the “public Ivies,” the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, is a large research university that provides rigorous academics and a vibrant campus culture. Michigan offers more than 280 degree programs across 14 undergraduate colleges and schools, with popular programs in STEM, social sciences and business.

21. Georgetown University
State: DC
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $45,398
Av. Debt: $6,913
Av. Early Career Salary: $134,500
This private Jesuit research institution in Washington, D.C., is home to the Walsh School of Foreign Service, the oldest school in the U.S. for international affairs, and the prestigious McDonough School of Business. Georgetown offers 62 majors among its schools.

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University of California, Davis & Pomona College

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20. University of California, Davis
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $19,687
Av. Debt: $5,368
Av. Early Career Salary: $119,900
The second-oldest member of the University of California system, UC Davis is a large public university in the Sacramento Valley. UC Davis received $941 million in research funding last year.

19. Pomona College
State: CA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $53,449
Av. Debt: $6,834
Av. Early Career Salary: $121,900
Pomona College in Claremont, CA. is one of the top liberal arts universities in the nation and the oldest member of the Claremont Colleges consortium. Pomona prides itself on small classes—often just 10 to 15 students—and close-knit relationships with faculty.

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Williams College & University of Southern California

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18. Williams College
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $55,897
Av. Debt: $4,163
Av. Early Career Salary: $142,300
Located in rural Williamstown, MA, Williams College is among the oldest and most prestigious liberal arts schools in the country. Williams does not have any mandatory courses, but it does have rigorous requirements for students in the arts and humanities, social sciences, science and mathematics.

17. University of Southern California
State: CA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $37,217
Av. Debt: $6,784
Av. Early Career Salary: $126,300
The University of Southern California’s proximity to downtown Los Angeles makes it a prime location for students in business, communications, engineering and performing arts. Students are encouraged to combine different fields of study within 23 distinct schools.

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Amherst College & University of California, San Diego

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16. Amherst College
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $57,627
Av. Debt: $7,348
Av. Early Career Salary: $127,100
A top liberal arts school, Amherst is located in the college town of Amherst, MA. The school is a member of the cooperative 5 College Consortium along with the nearby Smith College, Hampshire College, Mt. Holyoke College and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.

15. University of California, San Diego
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $18,237
Av. Debt: $6,137
Av. Early Career Salary: $128,900
The University of California, San Diego is a large public research institution in La Jolla, CA, just steps from the beach. UC San Diego received more than $1.4 billion in research funding last year, giving the school one of the most well-funded research programs in the country.

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Vanderbilt University & Cornell University

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14. Vanderbilt University
State: TN
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $44,291
Av. Debt: $8,934
Av. Early Career Salary: $122,400
Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN, offers 70 undergraduate majors across five schools, most notably in economics, computer science and biological studies. The university offers interdisciplinary and research centers for health care, the humanities, engineering and public policy, making it a top research institution in the south.

13. Cornell University
State: NY
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $44,955
Av. Debt: $7,078
Av. Early Career Salary: $133,100
Set on a hill overlooking Ithaca, NY, Cornell is a midsize, private Ivy League university that prides itself on providing students research opportunities through its 100-plus research centers and labs.

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Duke University & Dartmouth College

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12. Duke University
State: NC
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $50,719
Av. Debt: $6,544
Av. Early Career Salary: $135,000
Duke offers 53 undergraduate majors at its Durham, NC, campus, including top programs in computer science, economics and public policy. The university also offers a number of interdisciplinary centers where students research collaboratively or apply classroom knowledge to real-world scenarios.

11. Dartmouth College
State: NH
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $50,490
Av. Debt: $5,412
Av. Early Career Salary: $141,400
The smallest Ivy League school, Dartmouth College has educated some of America’s brightest in rural Hanover, NH since 1769. Dartmouth adheres to a unique calendar of four 10-week terms, allowing students flexibility to take classes, pursue research, internship or study abroad
38. Tufts University
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $47,191
Av. Debt: $6,075
Av. Early Career Salary: $124,800
Tufts University is a prestigious medium-size, private institution in the Boston suburb of Medford, MA. Interdisciplinary education is strongly emphasized at Tufts, with courses like Engineering Psychology uniting its Arts & Sciences and Engineering schools.

37. Johns Hopkins University
State: MD
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $42,902
Av. Debt: $5,541
Av. Early Career Salary: $117,300
Johns Hopkins University is one of the nation’s oldest research institutions, located in an iconic red-brick campus in Baltimore. Research is at the core of Johns Hopkins, and its faculty and alumni have made groundbreaking discoveries in everything from surgical innovations to water purification.

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Bowdoin College & Emory University

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36. Bowdoin College &
State: ME
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $46,902
Av. Debt: $8,216
Av. Early Career Salary: $124,400
Located in the town of Brunswick, ME, Bowdoin is a small, private college that provides students a tight-knit community and a comprehensive liberal arts education. Bowdoin offers over 40 majors across 23 departments, with its most popular programs in government and legal studies, economics and mathematics.

35. Emory University
State: GA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $43,560
Av. Debt: $6,822
Av. Early Career Salary: $116,900
A southern academic powerhouse, Emory is a midsize private research university in Atlanta. Emory’s 600-acre Atlanta campus is characterized by wide, grassy quads and buildings done in a distinctive Italian Renaissance style.

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Georgia Institute of Technology & Washington University in St. Louis

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34. Georgia Institute of Technology
State: GA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $13,116
Av. Debt: $7,015
Av. Early Career Salary: $137,300
One of the most research-intensive universities in the country, the Georgia Institute of Technology provides students the opportunity to take part in developing the next generation of cutting-edge inventions. Georgia Tech offers 36 undergraduate majors focused on STEM and business.

33. Washington University in St. Louis
State: MO
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $47,253
Av. Debt: $6,170
Av. Early Career Salary: $118,00
A private research university, Washington University in St. Louis is one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions in the Midwest. Wash attracts students from more than 100 countries, and 65% of students travel more than 500 miles to attend the school.

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Wellesley College & University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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32. Wellesley College
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $52,403
Av. Debt: $5,111
Av. Early Career Salary: $109,300
Known for creating the “most powerful women’s network,” Wellesley College is a private liberal art college located outside of Boston that prides itself on its tight-knit community. Wellesley considers applicants who identify as women or those who were assigned female at birth, identify as non-binary, or who feel they belong in the community of women.

31. University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
State: IL
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $15,567
Av. Debt: $6,481
Av. Early Career Salary: $117,800
The flagship school of the Illinois system, the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign boasts some of the top STEM programs in the U.S. The school is consistently ranked as one of the top schools for engineering and computer science.

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University of Virginia & United States Military Academy

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30. University of Virginia
State: VA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $23,377
Av. Debt: $7,904
Av. Early Career Salary: $125,200
This public research university of Charlottesville, VA, was established by Thomas Jefferson over two centuries ago. The campus, commonly known as “The Grounds,” has received praise for its Jeffersonian architecture.

29. United States Military Academy
State: NY
Type: Public
Av. Early Career Salary: $146,300
The United States Military Academy, located in West Point, NY, prepares cadets to serve as officers in the United States Army. Cadets can choose from 36 majors, including popular programs like engineering and social sciences. The academy also houses over 20 centers for students to conduct research.

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University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill & University of Washington, Seattle

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28. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
State: NC
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $16,394
Av. Debt: $6,665
Av. Early Career Salary: $99,900
One of the “Public Ivies”, UNC-Chapel Hill is a public research institution known for its acclaimed academic programs and lively sports fans. The university offers 74 bachelor’s degrees—notably in political science, biology and psychology—through the College of Arts & Sciences and 13 professional schools.

27. University of Washington, Seattle
State: WA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $13,041
Av. Debt: $5,711
Av. Early Career Salary: $115,400
One of the oldest colleges on the West Coast, the University of Washington, Seattle is a large public research university in the heart of Seattle. UW is known for its STEM programs, with its College of Built Environments offering six degrees in majors including Real Estate and Urban Design & Planning.

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Brown University & University of Florida

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26. Brown University
State: RI
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $46,674
Av. Debt: $9,188
Av. Early Career Salary: $136,700
Brown University is a midsize Ivy League university located in the heart of Providence, RI, famous for its progressive, unconventional atmosphere. Brown’s signature “Open Curriculum” allows students to freely pick their academic path, with concentrations (the equivalent of a major at other schools) spanning from Applied Mathematics to Archaeology and the Ancient World.

25. University of Florida
State: FL
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $10,814
Av. Debt: $5,783
Av. Early Career Salary: $105,200
The University of Florida is a large public research university in Gainesville, FL. The school’s immense campus houses more than 900 buildings and spans over 2,000 acres.UF athletic teams compete in the Southeastern Conference, and the Gators have won 42 national championships.

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Rice University & University of Chicago

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24. Rice University
State: TX
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $44,815
Av. Debt: $7,188
Av. Early Career Salary: $134,100
Rice is a private research institution in Houston’s Museum District that prides itself on a 6:1 student-faculty ratio, providing a close-knit undergraduate education. The university offers 74 undergraduate programs across seven schools.

23. University of Chicago
State: IL
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $43,836
Av. Debt: $9,735
Av. Early Career Salary: $123,100
The University of Chicago is an elite urban research university tucked away in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. The University of Chicago is an elite urban research university tucked away in Chicago’s Hyde Park neighborhood. UChicago’s broad core curriculum has been in place since the 1920s, and aims to teach students “how, not what, to think.”


Northwestern University & University of Pennsylvania

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10. Northwestern University
State: IL
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $48,438
Av. Debt: $5,670
Av. Early Career Salary: $120,300
An elite private university in Evanston, IL, Northwestern provides students a powerhouse education in a wide range of disciplines. Northwestern maintains three campuses globally: Its flagship main campus in Evanston, just north of Chicago; a graduate and professional school hub in downtown Chicago; and an overseas campus in Doha, Qatar, where students can easily study abroad.

9. University of Pennsylvania
State: PA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $50,532
Av. Debt: $9,413
Av. Early Career Salary: $142,900
The University of Pennsylvania covers almost 300 acres in west Philadelphia with close proximity to downtown and several neighboring colleges. UPenn offers four undergraduate colleges: the College of Arts & Sciences, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, the School of Nursing and the Wharton School, the first collegiate business school.

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University of California, Los Angeles & Harvard University

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8. University of California, Los Angeles
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $19,595
Av. Debt: $5,631
Av. Early Career Salary: $122,400
Applicants to the University of California, Los Angeles, have some stiff competition: The public research university is the most applied-to university in the country. This year, it saw over 139,000 applications from prospective freshmen.

7. Harvard University
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $55,455
Av. Debt: $5,770
Av. Early Career Salary: $147,700
Founded in 1636 in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University is the oldest institution of higher learning in the U.S., and has long been the gold standard of American education.

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology & Columbia University

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6. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
State: MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $49,775
Av. Debt: $8,568
Av. Early Career Salary: $158,100
A leading global research university, MIT attracts some of the most brilliant young brainiacs to its Cambridge, MA, campus every year. Innovation runs deep at MIT. Last year, researchers at MIT filed 439 patents and 25 companies formed using the school’s intellectual property.

5. Columbia University
State: NY
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $55,071
Av. Debt: $10,493
Av. Early Career Salary: $132,100
Columbia University in the City of New York is a private, Ivy league university in upper Manhattan. The school utilizes its location to provide students with a wealth of resources and learning opportunities.

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Stanford University & Princeton University

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4. Stanford University
State: CA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $54,808
Av. Debt: $8,205
Av. Early Career Salary: $147,100
Located just outside of Palo Alto, CA, Stanford University is a world class private research university renowned for its STEM programs, which have produced numerous Nobel Prize, Turing Award and Fields Medal recipients.

3. Princeton University
State: NJ
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $52,188
Av. Debt: $3,888
Av. Early Career Salary: $150,500
Princeton is a leading private research university in Princeton, NJ, and the fourth oldest college in the United States. Students are placed into one of six residential colleges and are guaranteed housing for all four years of school.

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Yale University & University of California, Berkeley

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2. Yale University
State: CT
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $55,827
Av. Debt: $5,056
Av. Early Career Salary: $141,300
The second oldest Ivy League institution, Yale is known for its highly-regarded programs in history, economics, psychology and English. Students are assigned to one of fourteen residential colleges on the school’s New Haven, CT, campus.

1. University of California, Berkeley
State: CA
Type: Public
Av. Grant Aid: $19,126
Av. Debt: $6,000
Av. Early Career Salary: $138,800
One of the top public universities in the country, UC Berkeley has a rich tradition of leading technological and social change. Berkeley’s faculty has had a hand in the discovery of Vitamins E and K, the development of the atomic bomb and the creation of the flu vaccine.

Amherst College
Location: Amherst, MA
Type: Private
Av. Grant Aid: $57,627
Av. Debt: $7,348
Av. Early Career Salary: $127,100
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Bowdoin College &
Location: Brunswick,ME
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $46,902
Av. Debt: $8,216
Av. Early Career Salary: $124,400
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Brown University
Location: Providence,  RI
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $46,674
Av. Debt: $9,188
Av. Early Career Salary: $136,700
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California Institute of Technology ( Caltech )
Location: Pasadena, CA.
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $44,646
Av. Debt: $6,596
Av. Early Career Salary: $150,300
======================================= Carnegie Carnegie Mellon University
Location:  Pittsburgh, PA
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $41,645
Av. Debt: $6,615
Av. Early Career Salary: $136,500
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​Claremont McKenna College
Location: Claremont, CA
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $49,354
Av. Debt: $4,702
Av. Early Career Salary: $138,500
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Colgate University
Location: Hamilton, NY
Private School
Av. Grant Aid: $48,772
Av. Debt: $7,289
Av. Early Career Salary: $144,800
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