Top 10 Colleges Southeast Students Should Consider

on March 23, 2017

Students living in the southeastern U.S., which includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia, should consider these colleges when conducting their college search.

 

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

 

1. Wake Forest University

  • 4,642 undergraduate students
  • 40 percent of students admitted
  • $44,200 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. Clark Atlanta University

  • 3,267 undergraduate students
  • 72 percent of students admitted
  • $19,488 for tuition a year

4. Alabama State University

  • 4,882 undergraduate students
  • 51 percent of students admitted
  • $6,936 for tuition a year

5. Spelman College

  • 2,177 undergraduate students
  • 39 percent of students admitted
  • $21,309 for tuition a year

6. Mercer University

  • 4,570 undergraduate students
  • 53 percent of students admitted
  • $34,150 for tuition a year

7. Dartmouth College

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

8. Samford University

  • 2,918 undergraduate students
  • 83 percent of students admitted
  • $25,528 for tuition a year

9. University of South Florida St. Petersburg

  • 3,425 undergraduate students
  • 36 percent of students admitted
  • $5,810 for tuition a year

10. Stetson University

  • 2,124 undergraduate students
  • 66 percent of students admitted
  • $37,980 for tuition a year

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