Top 10 Best Colleges in the U.S.
By: Megan Dinkins
College is an important factor in financial and lifelong success. It can lead you to your dream job if chosen based on your wants and needs.
Here are the top 10 best colleges in the U.S according to Forbes.
#10: Dartmouth College
Dartmouth is known for its majors in academic life studies like Social Sciences; Biological and Biomedical Sciences; Engineering. Dartmouth is located in Hanover, New Hampshire. It costs around $27k after financial aid.
#9: Duke University
Duke University is known for its Computer Science; Econometrics and Quantitative Economics majors. It is located in Durham, North Carolina. It costs around $33k after financial aid.
#8: California Institute of Technology
California Institute of Technology is a private doctorate-granting research university located in Pasadena, California. known for its majors in science and engineering. It costs around $24k after financial aid.
#7: Brown University
Brown University was founded in 1764 and costs around $29k after aid. It is located in Providence, Rhode Island. Its majors contain Computer Science, Econometrics, Quantitative Economics, and more.
#6: University of Pennsylvania
The University of Pennsylvania is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and costs about $23k with financial aid. Its majors focus on education, science, engineering, its medical program, and more.
#5: Princeton University
Princeton is located in Princeton, New Jersey and costs about $10k after aid. Its majors are Social Sciences, Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences, Support Services, and more.
#4: Massachusetts University of Technology
Massachusetts University costs around $23k after aid and is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Its majors include
Engineering, Computer and Information Sciences, Support Services, Mathematics and Statistics, and more.
#3: Yale University
Yale is located in New Haven, Connecticut and costs around $20k with financial aid to attend. The acceptance rate is 6%. Its most popular majors include Social Sciences, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, History, Mathematics and Statistics, and Engineering.
#2: Stanford University
Stanford is located in Stanford, California, and it costs around $14k after aid. The acceptance rate is 5%. Stanford’s most common majors include Computer and Information Sciences, Support Services, and Engineering.
#1: Harvard University
Harvard is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts and costs about $15k after financial aid. The acceptance rate is 5%. Harvard’s most popular Social Sciences, Biology/Biological Sciences, and Mathematics