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Boston University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment31,669 students
    (18,534 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    59%
  • Tuition$37,050 (In-State) $37,050 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $19,894
  •   

Northeastern University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment25,368 students
    (18,530 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    35%
  • Tuition$33,721 (In-State) $33,721 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $14,127
  •   

Worcester State College

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment5,378 students
    (4,643 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    54%
  • Tuition$6,170 (In-State) $12,250 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $3,803
  •   

Community College of Rhode Island

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    2-year
  • Total Enrollment17,612 students
    (17,612 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
  • Tuition$3,090 (In-State) $8,216 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $3,632
  •   

Southern Connecticut State University

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment11,769 students
    (8,496 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    63%
  • Tuition$7,179 (In-State) $16,316 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,752
  •   

Fordham University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment14,666 students
    (7,994 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    47%
  • Tuition$35,257 (In-State) $35,257 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $15,738
  •   

CUNY Queens College

  • Type of SchoolPublic
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment19,504 students
    (15,262 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    40%
  • Tuition$4,447 (In-State) $9,087 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $5,002
  •   

Columbia University in the City of New York

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment22,940 students
    (7,495 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    11%
  • Tuition$39,326 (In-State) $39,326 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $29,913
  •   

New York University

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment42,204 students
    (21,269 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    32%
  • Tuition$37,372 (In-State) $37,372 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $14,264
  •   

Metropolitan College of New York

  • Type of SchoolPrivate, not-for-profit
    4-year or Above
  • Total Enrollment1,009 students
    (582 undergraduate)
  • Percentage of
    Applicants Admitted
    42%
  • Tuition$16,750 (In-State) $16,750 (Out-of-State)
  • Average Financial
    Aid Package
    $7,236
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