Best Colleges in Louisiana - Acceptance Rate, SAT Score Range, ACT Score Range, Location, Address

Best Colleges in Louisiana
7 college(s) found. Showing 1 - 7.
The results are sorted by US News rankings for Best National Universities.
#40 in National Universities
Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans, LA
Federal School Code 002029OPE ID 00202900

Private

Net Price: $35,132

In-State Fee: $54,820

Out-of-State Fee: $54,820
#153 in National Universities
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, Baton Rouge, LA
Federal School Code 002010OPE ID 00201000

PUBLIC

Net Price: $15,428

In-State Fee: $11,950

Out-of-State Fee: $28,627
#197 in National Universities
Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
Federal School Code 002016OPE ID 00201600

Private

Net Price: $20,776

In-State Fee: $39,942

Out-of-State Fee: $39,942
#272 in National Universities
Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, LA
Federal School Code 002008OPE ID 00200800

PUBLIC

Net Price: $9,839

In-State Fee: $9,645

Out-of-State Fee: $18,558
#293381 in National Universities
University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA
Federal School Code 002015OPE ID 00201500

PUBLIC

Net Price: $10,541

In-State Fee: $8,771

Out-of-State Fee: $13,607
#293381 in National Universities
University of Louisiana at Monroe, Monroe, LA
Federal School Code 002020OPE ID 00202000

PUBLIC

Net Price: $9,361

In-State Fee: $8,554

Out-of-State Fee: $20,654
#293381 in National Universities
University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA
Federal School Code 002031OPE ID 00203100

PUBLIC

Net Price: $11,228

In-State Fee: $9,912

Out-of-State Fee: $23,640
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