Selected Highly Competitive Colleges with Engineering

 

Universities Liberal Arts Colleges
 
Princeton University (100) Swarthmore College (94)
Harvard University (99) U.S. Naval Academy (89)
Yale University (97) Harvey Mudd (86)
Columbia University (95) Colgate University (85) 3&2
Stanford University (95)  Bucknell University (79)
University of Chicago (95) College of the Holy Cross (79) 3&2
MIT (93) University of Richmond (79) 3&2
Duke University (92) Lafayette College (76)
University of Pennsylvania (91) Union College (75)
Cal Tech (90) Trinity College (73)
Johns Hopkins University (90)
Dartmouth College (89)
Northwestern University (89)
Brown University (85)
Cornell University (84)
Vanderbilt University (84)
Washington Univ. in St. Louis (84)
Notre Dame (82)
Rice University (82) 
Univ. of Cal. Berkeley (77)
Emory University (76)
Georgetown University (76)
Univ. of Southern California (75)
Carnegie Mellon University (74)
UCLA (74)
Univ. of Virginia (73)
Tufts University (72)
Wake Forest University (72) 3&2
Univ. of Michigan (71)
Univ. of North Carolina (68)
Boston College (68)
Univ. of Rochester (66)
Brandeis University (65)
College of William and Mary (65) 3&2
Georgia Tech (64)
Case Western Reserve (63)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (61)
Lehigh University (60) 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (59)

 

 

*Parenthetical numbers are "Overall Scores" in U.S. News & World Report, America's Best Colleges, 2017 Edition. The scores assess academic quality on these weighted measures: assessment by peers and counselors (22.5%), graduation and retention rates (22.5%), faculty resources (20%), student selectivity (12.5%), financial resources (10%), graduation rate performance (7.5%) and alumni giving (5%). Colleges with scores below 70 are only included if they have at least $75,000 of endowment per student.