Top 10 Colleges Mid-East Students Should Consider

on February 23, 2017

Students living in central parts of the eastern U.S., which includes Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C., should consider these colleges the most when conducting their college search. These institutions are among the top small colleges considered by Cappex students.

 

Each college has 5,000 or fewer undergraduate students enrolled.

 

1. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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

2. Bucknell University

  • 3,569 undergraduate students
  • $51,676 for tuition per year
  • 30 percent of students admitted

3. Dartmouth College

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

4. Monmouth University

  • 4,603 undergraduate students
  • $32,300 for tuition per year
  • 66 percent of students admitted

5. Loyola University Maryland

  • 3,777 undergraduate students
  • $41,850 for tuition per year
  • 63 percent of students admitted

6. University of Scranton

  • 3,999 undergraduate students
  • $38,404 for tuition per year
  • 72 percent of students admitted

7. Rider University

  • 4,575 undergraduate students
  • $34,560 for tuition per year
  • 73 percent of students admitted

8. Lafayette College

  • 2,414 undergraduate students
  • $46,590 for tuition per year
  • 30 percent of students admitted

 9. Stevens Institute of Technology

  • 2,429 undergraduate students
  • $42,920 for tuition per year
  • 40 percent of students admitted

10. Wake Forest University

  • 4,642 undergraduate students
  • $44,200 for tuition per year
  • 40 percent of students admitted

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