Connecticut Best Colleges

Check out the best colleges in Connecticut and estimate chance to get it.

Yale University is ranked top in the Connecticut Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. Wesleyan University and University of Connecticut are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Connecticut Best Colleges is 1,258 and ACT average scores is 80. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 49% and the average graduation rate is 72%. The average tuition & fees are $13,173 for in-state students and $42,334 for out-of-state students at the 10 Connecticut Best Colleges.
Number of Schools
10
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Connecticut Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Yale University (97.1)Private,4 yearsNew Haven, Connecticut 1,515 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
6% $53,430 12,974 97%
2Wesleyan University (88.3)Private,4 yearsMiddletown, Connecticut - 17% $54,944 3,213 90%
3University of Connecticut (87.0)Public,4 yearsStorrs, Connecticut 1,315 (SAT)
87 (ACT)
49% $15,730 (in-state)
$38,098(out-of-state)
27,578 83%
4Quinnipiac University (86.3)Private,4 yearsHamden, Connecticut 1,175 (SAT)
76 (ACT)
72% $47,960 10,200 75%
5Post University (86.3)Private,4 yearsWaterbury, Connecticut - 53% $16,610 8,540 25%
6Trinity College (86.2)Private,4 yearsHartford, Connecticut 1,380 (SAT)
92 (ACT)
34% $56,910 2,282 81%
7Connecticut College (86.0)Private,4 yearsNew London, Connecticut 1,360 (SAT)
91 (ACT)
38% $54,820 1,817 85%
8Central Connecticut State University (85.9)Public,4 yearsNew Britain, Connecticut 1,075 (SAT)
63 (ACT)
67% $10,616 (in-state)
$23,124(out-of-state)
11,880 52%
9University of New Haven (85.7)Private,4 yearsWest Haven, Connecticut 1,125 (SAT)
67 (ACT)
84% $39,270 6,984 60%
10University of Saint Joseph (85.4)Private,4 yearsWest Hartford, Connecticut 1,120 (SAT)
59 (ACT)
72% $38,173 2,405 68%
Average1,258 (SAT)
80 (ACT)
49% $13,173 (in-state)
$42,334(out-of-state)
8,78771.60%
Number of Schools
10
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