Additional Selected Colleges*

The Universities listed are all very good. Many of them do not have sufficient Endowment per Student to support significant need-based grant aid (particularly those that are part of non-NH state-university systems). At an early stage, families considering them should make use of our College Cost Calculators described at:

The Liberal Arts Colleges have sufficient endowments to support generous aid. Many of them are at a considerable distance from New Hampshire.

To find a college, in Windows click Control + f, on a Mac click Command + f, and then type the college's name in the search box.

New York University (78)
University of Florida (78)
Univ. of Cal. San Diego (77)
Univ. of Cal. Irvine (76)
Univ. of Cal. Davis (74)
Univ. of Texas 74 
Boston University (73)
University of Wisconsin (73)
Northeastern University (70)
Purdue University (70)
Florida Southern U (69)
University of Miami (69)
Syracuse University (68)
Univ. of Pittsburg (68)
George Washington Univ. (67)
Penn State University (67)      
Univ. of Connecticut (67)
Fordham University (66)
Univ. of Massachusetts (66)
American University (64)
Marquette (63)
Univ of Denver (62)
Loyola Marymount (65)
Univ of San Diego (62)
Univ of Colorado (61)
Clark University (60)
Loyola Univ. Chicago (60)
Univ. of San Francisco 60
Rochester Inst. of Technology (59)
UNH (56)
Liberal Arts Colleges
Sarah Lawrence College (62)
Beloit College WI (61)
Bennington College (60)
Allegheny College (58)
Wheaton (58)
Stonehill College (55) 
St. Anselm College (54)

Total: 37

*The scores (in parenthesis) are from USN&WR, Best Colleges, 2022 Edition, on a scale of 100 as the highest, and are based on: Outcomes (40%); Faculty Resources (20%); Expert Opinion (20%); Financial Resources (10%); Student Excellence (7%); and Alumni Giving (3%). About 180 colleges have scores of 60 or above. Only Princeton and Williams have scores of 100.