Kentucky Best Colleges

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

Berea College is ranked top in the Kentucky Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. Centre College and University of Kentucky are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Kentucky Best Colleges is 1,148 and ACT average scores is 73. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 78% and the average graduation rate is 58%. The average tuition & fees are $10,537 for in-state students and $29,863 for out-of-state students at the 10 Kentucky Best Colleges.
Number of Schools
10
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Kentucky Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Berea College (88.0)Private,4 yearsBerea, Kentucky 1,122 (SAT)
73 (ACT)
38% $39,990 1,670 66%
2Centre College (86.3)Private,4 yearsDanville, Kentucky 1,305 (SAT)
87 (ACT)
73% $41,700 1,450 82%
3University of Kentucky (86.2)Public,4 yearsLexington, Kentucky 1,190 (SAT)
78 (ACT)
94% $12,245 (in-state)
$29,099(out-of-state)
29,465 65%
4University of Louisville (86.2)Public,4 yearsLouisville, Kentucky 1,180 (SAT)
77 (ACT)
72% $11,656 (in-state)
$27,278(out-of-state)
21,402 54%
5Asbury University (85.6)Private,4 yearsWilmore, Kentucky 1,130 (SAT)
73 (ACT)
67% $30,198 1,990 69%
6Spalding University (85.5)Private,4 yearsLouisville, Kentucky 1,053 (SAT)
61 (ACT)
96% $24,500 2,071 45%
7Eastern Kentucky University (85.3)Public,4 yearsRichmond, Kentucky 1,105 (SAT)
68 (ACT)
87% $9,666 (in-state)
$19,444(out-of-state)
16,612 44%
8Northern Kentucky University (85.3)Public,4 yearsHighland Heights, Kentucky 1,110 (SAT)
69 (ACT)
89% $10,032 (in-state)
$19,680(out-of-state)
14,456 40%
9Bellarmine University (85.3)Private,4 yearsLouisville, Kentucky 1,165 (SAT)
76 (ACT)
86% $42,200 3,757 65%
10Murray State University (85.0)Public,4 yearsMurray, Kentucky 1,121 (SAT)
72 (ACT)
81% $9,084 (in-state)
$24,540(out-of-state)
10,012 49%
Average1,148 (SAT)
73 (ACT)
78% $10,537 (in-state)
$29,863(out-of-state)
10,28957.90%
Number of Schools
10
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