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    National Universities

    A national university is a 4 years (or higher) school that offers very diverse area of study for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. The size of schools is usually large and many student services and learning opportunities are given to their students.
    There are 412 National Universities - 213 public and 199 private schools. The 2020 average undergraduate tuition & fees of the schools is $31,603 and the average graduate tuition & fees is $24,830. The average SAT scores of enrolled students is 1,204 and the average acceptance rate is 65% for National Universities.
    Next table shows the average stats of key academic facts for National Universities.
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    2019-2020 National Universities Statistics
    Number of Schools412 (213 public, 199 private)
    Undergraduate Tuition & Fees$10,848 (in-state), $31,603 (out-of-state)
    Graduate Tuition & Fees$11,775 (in-state), $24,830 (out-of-state)
    Average Financial Aid$15,020
    Test Scores1,204 SAT, 75 ACT
    Acceptance Rate64.53%
    Yield (Enrollment Rate)28.73%
    Population7,220,829
    Undergraduate5,199,887
    Graduate2,020,942
    Graduation Rate64.43%
    Students to Faculty Ratio15.06 to 1

    List of National Universities

    412 National Universities

    Stanford University

    #1 National Universities, #1 in California
    Stanford University is a Private, 4 years school located in Stanford, CA.
    Tuition & Fees: $53,529
    SAT Score: 1,505
    Population: 17,381
    Students/Faculty: 5 to 1

    Harvard University

    #2 National Universities, #1 in Massachusetts
    Harvard University is a Private, 4 years school located in Cambridge, MA.
    Tuition & Fees: $51,925
    SAT Score: 1,515
    Population: 31,566
    Students/Faculty: 7 to 1

    Princeton University

    #3 National Universities, #1 in New Jersey
    Princeton University is a Private, 4 years school located in Princeton, NJ.
    Tuition & Fees: $52,800
    SAT Score: 1,515
    Population: 8,374
    Students/Faculty: 5 to 1

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    #4 National Universities, #2 in Massachusetts
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is a Private, 4 years school located in Cambridge, MA.
    Tuition & Fees: $53,790
    SAT Score: 1,540
    Population: 11,574
    Students/Faculty: 3 to 1

    Columbia University in the City of New York

    #5 National Universities, #1 in New York
    Columbia University in the City of New York (Columbia University) is a Private, 4 years school located in New York, NY.
    Tuition & Fees: $60,578
    SAT Score: 1,505
    Population: 31,077
    Students/Faculty: 6 to 1

    Yale University

    #6 National Universities, #1 in Connecticut
    Yale University is a Private, 4 years school located in New Haven, CT.
    Tuition & Fees: $55,500
    SAT Score: 1,515
    Population: 13,433
    Students/Faculty: 6 to 1

    California Institute of Technology

    #7 National Universities, #2 in California
    California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is a Private, 4 years school located in Pasadena, CA.
    Tuition & Fees: $54,600
    SAT Score: 1,545
    Population: 2,233
    Students/Faculty: 3 to 1

    University of Chicago

    #8 National Universities, #1 in Illinois
    University of Chicago is a Private, 4 years school located in Chicago, IL.
    Tuition & Fees: $59,298
    SAT Score: 1,535
    Population: 17,002
    Students/Faculty: 5 to 1

    University of Pennsylvania

    #9 National Universities, #1 in Pennsylvania
    University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) is a Private, 4 years school located in Philadelphia, PA.
    Tuition & Fees: $57,770
    SAT Score: 1,505
    Population: 25,860
    Students/Faculty: 6 to 1

    Brown University

    #10 National Universities, #1 in Rhode Island
    Brown University is a Private, 4 years school located in Providence, RI.
    Tuition & Fees: $58,404
    SAT Score: 1,505
    Population: 10,257
    Students/Faculty: 6 to 1
    All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020