Monday, March 30, 2020

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Here’s The List Of The Top 100 Best Universities And Colleges In The United States For 2019, US News Report

For the 8th straight year, Princeton University has named the best university in the United States in the 2019 U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” rankings, Harvard University placed second on the list. Out of over 312 universities and colleges nationwide, Columbia University was tied for third with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the University of Chicago, and Yale University.

Among the top ten best universities nationally, Stanford University placed 7th, followed by two schools tied for 8th: Duke University, University of Pennsylvania, and both Johns Hopkins University and Northwestern University tied for 10th overall. The U.S. News & World Report overhauled its college-ranking formula this year, putting more emphasis on social mobility and less on exclusivity in admissions, a change that scrambled its annual lists of top colleges and universities See how other area institutions fared.

Here’s the list of the top 100 best universities and colleges in the United States for 2019:

1. Princeton University
2. Harvard University
3. Columbia University (tie)
3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (tie)
3. University of Chicago (tie)
3. Yale University (tie)
7. Stanford University
8. Duke University (tie)
8. University of Pennsylvania (tie)
10. Johns Hopkins University (tie)
10. Northwestern University (tie)
12. California Institute of Technology (tie)
12. Dartmouth College (tie)
14. Brown University (tie)
14. Vanderbilt University (tie)
16. Cornell University (tie)
16. Rice University (tie)
18. University of Notre Dame
19. University of California–Los Angeles (tie)
19. Washington University in St. Louis (tie)
21. Emory University
22. Georgetown University (tie)
22. University of California–Berkeley (tie)
22. University of Southern California (tie)
25. Carnegie Mellon University (tie)
25. University of Virginia (tie)
27. Tufts University (tie)
27. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor (tie)
27. Wake Forest University (tie)
30. New York University (tie)
30. University of California–Santa Barbara (tie)
30. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill (tie)
33. University of California–Irvine (tie)
33. University of Rochester (tie)
35. Brandeis University (tie)
35. Georgia Institute of Technology (tie)
35. University of Florida (tie)
38. Boston College (tie)
38. College of William and Mary (tie)
38. University of California–Davis (tie)
41. University of California–San Diego
42. Boston University (tie)
42. Case Western Reserve University (tie)
44. Northeastern University (tie)
44. Tulane University (tie)
46. Pepperdine University (tie)
46. University of Georgia (tie)
46. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign (tie)
49. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (tie)
49. University of Texas–Austin (tie)
49. University of Wisconsin–Madison (tie)
49. Villanova University (tie)
53. Lehigh University (tie)
53. Syracuse University (tie)
53. University of Miami (tie)
56. Ohio State University–Columbus (tie)
56. Purdue University–West Lafayette (tie)
56. Rutgers University–New Brunswick (tie)
59. Pennsylvania State University–University Park (tie)
59. Southern Methodist University (tie)
59. University of Washington (tie)
59. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (tie)
63. George Washington University (tie)
63. University of Connecticut (tie)
63. University of Maryland–College Park (tie)
66. Brigham Young University–Provo (tie)
66. Clark University (tie)
66. Clemson University (tie)
66. Texas A&M University–College Station (tie)
70. Florida State University (tie)
70. Fordham University (tie)
70. Stevens Institute of Technology (tie)
70. University of California–Santa Cruz (tie)
70. University of Massachusetts–Amherst (tie)
70. University of Pittsburgh (tie)
76. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (tie)
76. Virginia Tech (tie)
76. American University – Washington, DC (tie)
78. Baylor University (tie)
80. Binghamton University–SUNY (tie)
80. Colorado School of Mines (tie)
80. North Carolina State University–Raleigh (tie)
80. Stony Brook University–SUNY (tie)
80. Texas Christian University (tie)
80. Yeshiva University (tie)
85. Michigan State University (tie)
85. University of California–Riverside (tie)
85. University of San Diego (tie)
89. Howard University – Washington, DC (tie)
89. Indiana University–Bloomington (tie)
89. Loyola University Chicago (tie)
89. Marquette University (tie)
89. University at Buffalo–SUNY (tie)
89. University of Delaware (tie)
89. University of Iowa (tie)
96. Illinois Institute of Technology (tie)
96. Miami University–Oxford (tie)
96. University of Colorado–Boulder (tie)
96. University of Denver (tie)
96. University of San Francisco (tie)

Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj is the CEO and editorial director at CEOWORLD magazine, the leading global business magazine written strictly for CEOs, CFOs, top managers, company directors, investors, senior executives, business leaders, and high net worth individuals.
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