New York Best Colleges

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

Columbia University in the City of New York is ranked top in the New York Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Cornell University and Barnard College are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 New York Best Colleges is 1,411 and ACT average scores is 95. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 20% and the average graduation rate is 90%. The average tuition & fees are $56,029 at the 10 New York Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Columbia University in the City of New York (96.1)Private,4 yearsNew York, New York 1,505 (SAT)
102 (ACT)
5% $61,788 31,077 96%
2Cornell University (92.3)Private,4 yearsIthaca, New York 1,480 (SAT)
101 (ACT)
11% $57,222 23,600 95%
3Barnard College (90.5)Private,4 yearsNew York, New York 1,430 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
12% $57,668 2,562 92%
4New York University (89.3)Private,4 yearsNew York, New York 1,440 (SAT) 16% $53,308 51,847 85%
5Hamilton College (88.7)Private,4 yearsClinton, New York 1,445 (SAT) 16% $56,530 2,005 93%
6Vassar College (88.6)Private,4 yearsPoughkeepsie, New York 1,445 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
24% $58,770 2,456 92%
7United States Military Academy (88.4)Public,4 yearsWest Point, New York 1,270 (SAT)
89 (ACT)
12% - 4,589 85%
8Colgate University (88.3)Private,4 yearsHamilton, New York 1,415 (SAT)
96 (ACT)
23% $58,045 2,969 89%
9University of Rochester (88.1)Private,4 yearsRochester, New York 1,405 (SAT)
95 (ACT)
30% $56,030 11,817 86%
10Yeshiva University (88.1)Private,4 yearsNew York, New York 1,270 (SAT)
82 (ACT)
55% $44,900 6,479 83%
Average1,411 (SAT)
95 (ACT)
20% $56,029 13,94089.60%
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