Ohio Best Colleges

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

Oberlin College is ranked top in the Ohio Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. Kenyon College and Case Western Reserve University are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Ohio Best Colleges is 1,295 and ACT average scores is 84. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 56% and the average graduation rate is 77%. The average tuition & fees are $11,590 for in-state students and $41,650 for out-of-state students at the 10 Ohio Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Oberlin College (88.5)Private,4 yearsOberlin, Ohio 1,385 (SAT)
89 (ACT)
36% $55,052 2,853 86%
2Kenyon College (87.9)Private,4 yearsGambier, Ohio 1,375 (SAT)
93 (ACT)
36% $55,930 1,677 91%
3Case Western Reserve University (87.6)Private,4 yearsCleveland, Ohio 1,435 (SAT)
97 (ACT)
29% $49,042 11,824 83%
4Ohio State University-Main Campus (87.5)Public,4 yearsColumbus, Ohio 1,345 (SAT)
89 (ACT)
52% $10,726 (in-state)
$30,742(out-of-state)
59,837 83%
5Denison University (87.0)Private,4 yearsGranville, Ohio 1,295 (SAT)
87 (ACT)
34% $51,960 2,341 86%
6Miami University-Oxford (86.3)Public,4 yearsOxford, Ohio 1,290 (SAT)
84 (ACT)
75% $15,380 (in-state)
$34,896(out-of-state)
19,700 79%
7The College of Wooster (85.9)Private,4 yearsWooster, Ohio 1,250 (SAT)
81 (ACT)
54% $50,250 1,980 77%
8Wright State University-Main Campus (85.8)Public,4 yearsDayton, Ohio 1,102 (SAT)
64 (ACT)
95% $9,254 (in-state)
$18,398(out-of-state)
15,957 36%
9University of Cincinnati-Main Campus (85.8)Public,4 yearsCincinnati, Ohio 1,265 (SAT)
80 (ACT)
73% $11,000 (in-state)
$27,334(out-of-state)
37,155 69%
10University of Dayton (85.8)Private,4 yearsDayton, Ohio 1,210 (SAT)
80 (ACT)
72% $42,900 10,882 79%
Average1,295 (SAT)
84 (ACT)
56% $11,590 (in-state)
$41,650(out-of-state)
16,42176.90%
Number of Schools
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