The Objective College Ranking

see ranking factor weights

RankInstitution
1University of Central Florida
2Texas A & M University-College Station
3Ohio State University-Main Campus
4Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus
5The University of Texas at Austin
6Florida International University
7Michigan State University
8Rutgers University-New Brunswick
9Indiana University-Bloomington
10University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
11Texas State University
12University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
13Florida State University
14University of Arizona
15University of Wisconsin-Madison
16Texas Tech University
17University of Florida
18University of South Florida-Main Campus
19Purdue University-Main Campus
20Temple University
21The University of Alabama
22The University of Texas at San Antonio
23Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
24University of Washington-Seattle Campus
25North Carolina State University at Raleigh
26Florida Atlantic University
27University of Utah
28The University of Texas at Arlington
29Washington State University
30Kent State University at Kent
31University of Cincinnati-Main Campus
32Ohio University-Main Campus
33Northern Arizona University
34University of Georgia
35University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
36University of Nevada-Las Vegas
37University of North Carolina at Charlotte
38Grand Valley State University
39Virginia Commonwealth University
40Kennesaw State University
41East Carolina University
42Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis
43University of California-Davis
44University of California-Los Angeles
45University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus
46Drexel University
47The University of Texas-Pan American
48New York University
49Towson University
50Auburn University
Please note that unlike most other college ranking methods out there, our ranking is based solely on objective, measurable data, such as student test scores and the like. There are no subjective factors considered at all. The main factors used in the ranking, as well as their weights in the ranking formula, are given below

It is also our goal to give you the college ranking that is most appropriate for you. Hence, if you do not like this ranking, just refresh the page until you do. As noted above, every single ranking given by this page is purely objective and therefore can be relied upon to give accurate results.

Key Ranking Factors

RankData FieldWeight
1Grand total (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)910
2Grand total (EF2013 All students Undergraduate total)869
3Percent of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores (IC2013)797
4Enrolled men (IC2013)787
5ACT English 25th percentile score (IC2013)775
6Institution has hospital (HD2013)756
7Recreational or avocational (IC2013)712
8First-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students (EF2013C US total)625
9ACT Composite 75th percentile score (IC2013)494
10Part time men (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)484
11Degree of urbanization (Urban-centric locale) (HD2013)432
12Students from the part-time adjusted fall 2012 cohort enrolled in fall 2013 (EF2013D)364
13First-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who graduated from high school in the past 12 months (EF2013C All first-time degree/certificate seeking undergraduates total)350
14Enrolled full time women (IC2013)302
15Grand total (GR2013 4-year institutions Transfer-out students)297
16 294
17Enrolled part time total (IC2013)289
18Full time women (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)281
19Enrolled total (IC2013)277
20Admissions total (IC2013)234
21Full time men (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)202
22Full time total (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)192
23First-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students who graduated from high school in the past 12 months (EF2013C Outlying areas total)149
24SAT Math 25th percentile score (IC2013)122
25Part time women (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)113
26Published in-district tuition and fees 2013-14 (IC2013_AY)106
27Secondary (high school) (IC2013)99