Texas Best Colleges

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

Rice University is ranked top in the Texas Best Colleges ranking for academic year 2019-2020. Trinity University and The University of Texas at Austin are ranked second and third places.
The average SAT average score of the 10 Texas Best Colleges is 1,312 and ACT average scores is 86. The average acceptance rate of the schools is 49% and the average graduation rate is 76%. The average tuition & fees are $11,244 for in-state students and $40,621 for out-of-state students at the 10 Texas Best Colleges.
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RankNameTest ScoresAcceptance RateTuitionStudent PopulationGraduation Rate
1Rice University (91.8)Private,4 yearsHouston, Texas 1,520 (SAT)
103 (ACT)
9% $49,112 7,124 95%
2Trinity University (87.3)Private,4 yearsSan Antonio, Texas 1,370 (SAT)
90 (ACT)
29% $44,680 2,637 76%
3The University of Texas at Austin (87.1)Public,4 yearsAustin, Texas 1,355 (SAT)
90 (ACT)
32% $10,824 (in-state)
$38,326(out-of-state)
51,832 83%
4Southern Methodist University (86.7)Private,4 yearsDallas, Texas 1,390 (SAT)
93 (ACT)
47% $56,560 11,649 78%
5Texas A & M University-College Station (86.7)Public,4 yearsCollege Station, Texas 1,275 (SAT)
85 (ACT)
58% $12,153 (in-state)
$38,602(out-of-state)
68,679 82%
6The University of Texas at Dallas (86.6)Public,4 yearsRichardson, Texas 1,350 (SAT)
88 (ACT)
79% $13,442 (in-state)
$38,168(out-of-state)
28,755 72%
7Texas Christian University (86.5)Private,4 yearsFort Worth, Texas 1,250 (SAT)
84 (ACT)
47% $49,250 10,918 83%
8Baylor University (86.5)Private,4 yearsWaco, Texas 1,290 (SAT)
86 (ACT)
45% $47,364 17,217 79%
9Texas State University (86.2)Public,4 yearsSan Marcos, Texas 1,095 (SAT)
65 (ACT)
81% $10,581 (in-state)
$22,397(out-of-state)
38,644 55%
10University of Houston (85.9)Public,4 yearsHouston, Texas 1,225 (SAT)
73 (ACT)
65% $9,221 (in-state)
$21,749(out-of-state)
46,324 59%
Average1,312 (SAT)
86 (ACT)
49% $11,244 (in-state)
$40,621(out-of-state)
28,37876.20%
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