Oregon Best Colleges

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

Reed College is ranked top in the Oregon Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2018-2019. Lewis & Clark College and George Fox University are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Oregon Best Colleges is 1,187 and ACT average scores is 75. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 76% and the average graduation rate is 68%. The average tuition & fees are $10,446 for in-state students and $39,540 for out-of-state students at the 10 Oregon Best Colleges.
Number of Schools
10
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Oregon Best Colleges Comparison
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Reed College (87.3)Private,4 yearsPortland, Oregon 1,415 (SAT)
94 (ACT)
35% $56,340 1,470 80%
2Lewis & Clark College (86.5)Private,4 yearsPortland, Oregon 1,300 (SAT)
88 (ACT)
74% $50,934 3,339 80%
3George Fox University (85.9)Private,4 yearsNewberg, Oregon 1,125 (SAT)
70 (ACT)
82% $36,020 4,076 72%
4University of Portland (85.8)Private,4 yearsPortland, Oregon 1,230 (SAT)
77 (ACT)
75% $45,904 4,396 82%
5Portland State University (85.6)Public,4 yearsPortland, Oregon 1,120 (SAT)
64 (ACT)
90% $9,105 (in-state)
$27,437(out-of-state)
26,693 49%
6Pacific University (85.6)Private,4 yearsForest Grove, Oregon 1,155 (SAT)
71 (ACT)
85% $44,298 3,893 64%
7University of Oregon (85.5)Public,4 yearsEugene, Oregon 1,185 (SAT)
74 (ACT)
83% $11,898 (in-state)
$35,478(out-of-state)
22,887 72%
8Oregon State University (85.4)Public,4 yearsCorvallis, Oregon 1,195 (SAT)
75 (ACT)
81% $11,166 (in-state)
$30,141(out-of-state)
30,896 65%
9Linfield College-McMinnville Campus (85.4)Private,4 yearsMcMinnville, Oregon 1,110 (SAT)
68 (ACT)
81% $43,302 1,535 78%
10Southern Oregon University (85.0)Public,4 yearsAshland, Oregon 1,035 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
76% $9,615 (in-state)
$25,545(out-of-state)
6,191 38%
Average1,187 (SAT)
75 (ACT)
76% $10,446 (in-state)
$39,540(out-of-state)
10,53868.00%
Number of Schools
10
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