Illinois Best Colleges

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

University of Chicago is ranked top in the Illinois Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. Northwestern University and Principia College are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Illinois Best Colleges is 1,291 and ACT average scores is 85. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 57% and the average graduation rate is 76%. The average tuition & fees are $15,094 for in-state students and $41,012 for out-of-state students at the 10 Illinois Best Colleges.
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Illinois Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1University of Chicago (95.5)Private,4 yearsChicago, Illinois 1,520 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
7% $58,230 16,227 93%
2Northwestern University (93.3)Private,4 yearsEvanston, Illinois 1,490 (SAT)
99 (ACT)
8% $54,568 22,008 94%
3Principia College (88.0)Private,4 yearsElsah, Illinois 1,164 (SAT)
76 (ACT)
92% $29,470 455 84%
4University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (87.8)Public,4 yearsChampaign, Illinois 1,330 (SAT)
88 (ACT)
62% $15,094 (in-state)
$31,664(out-of-state)
48,216 85%
5Illinois Institute of Technology (87.4)Private,4 yearsChicago, Illinois 1,310 (SAT)
87 (ACT)
58% $47,646 7,164 72%
6Wheaton College (87.3)Private,4 yearsWheaton, Illinois 1,315 (SAT)
88 (ACT)
83% $36,420 2,900 89%
7Robert Morris University Illinois (86.8)Private,4 yearsChicago, Illinois - 63% $28,050 2,307 39%
8Loyola University Chicago (86.4)Private,4 yearsChicago, Illinois 1,215 (SAT)
81 (ACT)
68% $44,048 16,673 77%
9Illinois Wesleyan University (86.3)Private,4 yearsBloomington, Illinois 1,223 (SAT)
80 (ACT)
59% $47,636 1,649 78%
10Trinity International University-Illinois (86.0)Private,4 yearsDeerfield, Illinois 1,055 (SAT)
68 (ACT)
73% $32,390 2,161 52%
Average1,291 (SAT)
85 (ACT)
57% $15,094 (in-state)
$41,012(out-of-state)
11,97676.30%
Number of Schools
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25
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