New Jersey Best Colleges

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

Princeton University is ranked top in the New Jersey Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Stevens Institute of Technology and Rutgers University-New Brunswick are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 New Jersey Best Colleges is 1,239 and ACT average scores is 79. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 59% and the average graduation rate is 74%. The average tuition & fees are $15,480 for in-state students and $36,714 for out-of-state students at the 10 New Jersey Best Colleges.
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New Jersey Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Princeton University (96.6)Private,4 yearsPrinceton, New Jersey 1,515 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
6% $52,800 8,374 96%
2Stevens Institute of Technology (88.0)Private,4 yearsHoboken, New Jersey 1,420 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
40% $54,014 6,929 87%
3Rutgers University-New Brunswick (86.6)Public,4 yearsNew Brunswick, New Jersey 1,320 (SAT)
87 (ACT)
61% $15,407 (in-state)
$32,189(out-of-state)
50,254 80%
4The College of New Jersey (86.1)Public,4 yearsEwing, New Jersey 1,260 (SAT)
83 (ACT)
49% $16,923 (in-state)
$28,901(out-of-state)
7,686 86%
5Rider University (86.0)Private,4 yearsLawrenceville, New Jersey 1,115 (SAT)
68 (ACT)
71% $44,460 4,824 65%
6Rutgers University-Newark (85.9)Public,4 yearsNewark, New Jersey 1,110 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
72% $14,826 (in-state)
$31,608(out-of-state)
13,451 64%
7Ramapo College of New Jersey (85.8)Public,4 yearsMahwah, New Jersey 1,130 (SAT)
70 (ACT)
66% $14,678 (in-state)
$24,229(out-of-state)
6,174 74%
8New Jersey Institute of Technology (85.7)Public,4 yearsNewark, New Jersey 1,290 (SAT)
83 (ACT)
73% $17,674 (in-state)
$33,386(out-of-state)
11,423 65%
9William Paterson University of New Jersey (85.6)Public,4 yearsWayne, New Jersey 990 (SAT)
58 (ACT)
75% $13,370 (in-state)
$21,768(out-of-state)
10,198 52%
10Seton Hall University (85.5)Private,4 yearsSouth Orange, New Jersey 1,240 (SAT)
79 (ACT)
74% $43,780 10,162 70%
Average1,239 (SAT)
79 (ACT)
59% $15,480 (in-state)
$36,714(out-of-state)
12,94873.90%
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