Best Colleges for Southwest Students to Consider

on April 20, 2017

Students living in the Southwest U.S., which includes Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and? Texas, should consider these colleges when conducting their college search.

 

These institutions are among the top small colleges considered by Cappex students.

 

1. Rice University

  • 3,485 undergraduate students
  • 19 percent of students admitted
  • $38,260 for tuition a year

2. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  • 4,285 undergraduate students
  • 10 percent of students admitted
  • $43,210 for tuition a year

3. Abilene Christian University

  • 3,756 undergraduate students
  • 64 percent of students admitted
  • $28,350 for tuition a year

4. Houston Baptist University

  • 2,188 undergraduate students
  • 38 percent of students admitted
  • $26,280 for tuition a year

5. University of Mary Hardin- Baylor

  • 2,653 undergraduate students
  • 27 percent of students admitted
  • $22,950 for tuition a year

6. St. Edward's University

  • 4,437 undergraduate students
  • 64 percent of students admitted
  • $33,320 for tuition a year

7. Trinity University

  • 2,276 undergraduate students
  • 61 percent of students admitted
  • $34,152 for tuition a year

8. Dallas Baptist University

  • 3,459 undergraduate students
  • 44 percent of students admitted
  • $22,050 for tuition a year

9. Dartmouth College

  • 4,135 undergraduate students
  • 12 percent of students admitted
  • $45,444 for tuition a year

10. University of Tulsa

  • 3,050 undergraduate students
  • 41 percent of students admitted
  • $34,030 for tuition a year

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