Best Universities in U.S.A.
Making decisions about college
is very difficult. What is the best school for you? Which school has
the best program? Which school has the best graduation rates? Which
colleges can I afford the tuition to? Where will I be accepted? It
can be a very confusing and very overwhelming process. There is a lot
of pressure involved when choosing a university. Your degree and the
college you earned it from gives you a particular reputation based on
the perception of that school. This decision will affect your future
career opportunities, financial future, and your quality of life.
There are many ways to rank
schools. You can rank them by the tuition, you can rank them by
graduation rates, you can rank them by rate of pay for graduates, you
can base your decision on the enrollment or the diversity at a
particular college. The U.S. News and World Report has recently put out
a list of the best colleges and universities in 2009. I would like to
list the top ten ranked universities, as well as give you information
about each of those universities in order to help you make the right
decision about the best college for you. Remember that rankings are
meant for the purpose of helping you make your decision. They should
not be the only factor when determining the best university for you.
University #1: Harvard University
Harvard University is in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The tuition and fees for Harvard University in 2008-2009 was $36,173.
University #2: Princeton University
Princeton University is located in Princeton, NJ. The tuition for the 2008-2009 year was $34,290.
University #3: Yale University
Yale University is located in New Haven, Connecticut. The tuition and fees for 2008-2009 was $35,300.
This is Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
University #4: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
The Massachusetts Institute of
Technology is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The tuition and
fees for the 2008-2009 school year was $36,390.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University #4: Stanford University
Stanford University is located in Stanford, California. The tuition for this university in 2008-2009 was $36,030.
This is Stanford University in California.
University #6: California Institute of Technology
The California Institute of
Technology is located in Pasadena, California. The annual tuition and
fees for 2008-2009 was $34,437.
California Institute of Technology
University #6: University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania
can be found in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The total for the tuition
and fees for 2008-2009 was $37,526.
This is the University of Pennsylvania.
University #8: Columbia University
Columbia University is found in New York City, New York. The tuition and fees for 2008-2009 was $39,326.
This is Columbia University in New York City.
University #8: Duke University
Duke University is located in Durham, North Carolina. The total cost for tuition and fees in 2008-2009 was $37, 525.
Duke University in Durham, North Carolina
University #8: University of Chicago
The University of Chicago is
found in Chicago, Illinois, and has tuition and fee total of $37,632
for the 2008-2009 year for students.
This is the University of Chicago.
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