The Objective College Ranking

see ranking factor weights

1Quinnipiac University
2University of the Pacific
3University of San Francisco
4Scripps College
5Occidental College
6University of Denver
7Mills College
8Pepperdine University
9Harvey Mudd College
10Whittier College
11Trinity College
12Claremont McKenna College
13Stetson University
14Dominican University of California
15Loyola Marymount University
16American University
17Wesleyan University
18Chapman University
19Pomona College
20Boston University
21Saint Mary's College of California
22Colorado College
23Drexel University
24Fordham University
25Westmont College
26Spring Hill College
27San Francisco Art Institute
28Menlo College
29California Institute of Technology
30Rollins College
31Southern California Institute of Architecture
32Loyola University Chicago
33Wellesley College
34Tulane University of Louisiana
35School of the Art Institute of Chicago
36Washington College
37Earlham College
38Notre Dame de Namur University
39Lake Forest College
40Alaska Pacific University
41DePauw University
42Macalester College
43University of Miami
44Butler University
45University of New Haven
46Prescott College
47Colby College
48Biola University
49Northern Arizona University
50University of La Verne
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

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Key Ranking Factors

RankData FieldWeight
1Recreational or avocational (IC2013)963
2Admissions women (IC2013)755
3Academic (IC2013)744
4Full time total (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)694
5Part time women (EF2013 All students Undergraduate total)671
6SAT Critical Reading 25th percentile score (IC2013)662
7Current year GRS cohort as a percent of entering class (EF2013D)656
8Institution grants a medical degree (HD2013)570
9Part-time fall 2012 cohort (EF2013D)533
10Student-to-faculty ratio (EF2013D)342
11Published in-state tuition and fees 2013-14 (IC2013_AY)307
12Admissions total (IC2013)293
13Applicants women (IC2013)288
14Full time women (EF2013 All students Undergraduate total)248
15Degree of urbanization (Urban-centric locale) (HD2013)156
16Part time men (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)150
17Students from the full-time adjusted fall 2012 cohort enrolled in fall 2013 (EF2013D)134
18Admission test scores (IC2013)132
19Open admission policy (IC2013)123
20Full-time first-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate (current year GRS cohort) (EF2013D)117
21Part time women (EF2013B Undergraduate All age categories total)113
22Full-time fall 2012 cohort (EF2013D)112
23Number of first-time degree/certificate-seeking students submitting SAT scores (IC2013)104
24First-time degree/certificate-seeking undergraduate students (EF2013C Foreign countries)102
25Secondary (high school) (IC2013)79