Kansas Best Colleges

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

Friends University is ranked top in the Kansas Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Pittsburg State University and Baker University are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Kansas Best Colleges is 1,055 and ACT average scores is 66. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 76% and the average graduation rate is 51%. The average tuition & fees are $8,400 for in-state students and $26,941 for out-of-state students at the 10 Kansas Best Colleges.
Number of Schools
10
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Kansas Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Friends University (85.6)Private,4 yearsWichita, Kansas 1,050 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
46% $29,394 1,926 39%
2Pittsburg State University (85.4)Public,4 yearsPittsburg, Kansas 1,051 (SAT)
63 (ACT)
96% $7,338 (in-state)
$18,682(out-of-state)
6,625 53%
3Baker University (85.0)Private,4 yearsBaldwin City, Kansas 1,085 (SAT)
67 (ACT)
88% $29,880 2,769 59%
4University of Kansas (85.0)Public,4 yearsLawrence, Kansas - 93% $11,166 (in-state)
$28,034(out-of-state)
27,690 65%
5Southwestern College (85.0)Private,4 yearsWinfield, Kansas 995 (SAT)
61 (ACT)
52% $31,650 1,514 48%
6MidAmerica Nazarene University (84.9)Private,4 yearsOlathe, Kansas 1,025 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
55% $31,786 1,875 42%
7Newman University (84.6)Private,4 yearsWichita, Kansas 1,088 (SAT)
64 (ACT)
67% $31,906 3,373 54%
8University of Saint Mary (84.4)Private,4 yearsLeavenworth, Kansas 1,045 (SAT)
62 (ACT)
84% $29,880 1,254 55%
9Emporia State University (84.0)Public,4 yearsEmporia, Kansas 1,003 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
85% $6,797 (in-state)
$20,714(out-of-state)
5,796 45%
10Wichita State University (84.0)Public,4 yearsWichita, Kansas 1,150 (SAT)
69 (ACT)
92% $8,298 (in-state)
$17,480(out-of-state)
15,778 47%
Average1,055 (SAT)
66 (ACT)
76% $8,400 (in-state)
$26,941(out-of-state)
6,86050.70%
Number of Schools
10
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