Selected Highly Competitive Colleges with Engineering

There are over 1,000 colleges in the U.S. with engineering programs. Listed below
are 48 with a U.S.News & World Report score of at least 60 and endowment
sufficient to provide meaningful need-based grants.*

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the college's name in the search box.

Universities Liberal Arts Colleges
 
Princeton University (100) Swarthmore College (93)
Harvard University (96) Colgate University (87) 3&2
Columbia University (94) Harvey Mudd (86)
MIT (94) U.S. Naval Academy (85)
University of Chicago (94) College of the Holy Cross (79) 3&2
Yale University (94) Bucknell University (77)
Stanford University (93)  Lafayette College (77)
Duke University (92) Union College (76)
University of Pennsylvania (92) Trinity College (73)
Johns Hopkins University (90) Olin College of Engineering (**)
Northwestern University (90)
Cal Tech (88)
Dartmouth College (88)
Brown University (85)
Vanderbilt University (85)
Cornell University (84)
Rice University (84) 
Notre Dame (83)
University of Richmond (83)
Washington Univ. in St. Louis (82) 3&2
Emory University (78)
Georgetown University (78)
Univ. of Cal. Berkeley (78)
Univ. of Southern California (78)
Carnegie Mellon University (74)
Univ. of Virginia (74)
UCLA (82)
Tufts University (72)
Univ. of Michigan (72)
Wake Forest University (72) 3&2
Univ. of North Carolina (71)
Univ. of Rochester (70)
College of William and Mary (68) 3&2
Georgia Tech (69)
Case Western Reserve (66)
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (63)
Lehigh University (62) 
Worcester Polytechnic Institute (60)
Total: 48

*The scores (in parenthesis) are from USN&WR, Best Colleges, 2019 Edition, on a scale of 100 as the highest, and are based on: Outcomes (35%); Expert Opinion (20%); Faculty Resources (20%); Financial Resources (10%); Student and Alumni Giving (5%). About 150 colleges have scores above 60. Only Princeton and Williams have scores of 100. With limited exceptions, all colleges on this list have at least $100,000 of endowment per student.
** Not ranked by USN&WR