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

Best Colleges in New Jersey
9 college(s) found. Showing 1 - 9.
The results are sorted by US News rankings for Best National Universities.
#1 in National Universities
Princeton University, Princeton, NJ
Federal School Code 002627OPE ID 00262700

Private

Net Price: $9,749

In-State Fee: $50,340

Out-of-State Fee: $50,340
#62 in National Universities
Rutgers University-New Brunswick, New Brunswick, NJ
Federal School Code 002629OPE ID 00262900

PUBLIC

Net Price: $20,623

In-State Fee: $14,974

Out-of-State Fee: $31,282
#74 in National Universities
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Federal School Code 002639OPE ID 00263900

Private

Net Price: $37,598

In-State Fee: $52,202

Out-of-State Fee: $52,202
#97 in National Universities
New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ
Federal School Code 002621OPE ID 00262100

PUBLIC

Net Price: $18,696

In-State Fee: $17,338

Out-of-State Fee: $32,750
#132 in National Universities
Rutgers University-Newark, Newark, NJ
Federal School Code 002629OPE ID 00262902

PUBLIC

Net Price: $12,888

In-State Fee: $14,409

Out-of-State Fee: $30,717
#139 in National Universities
Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
Federal School Code 002632OPE ID 00263200

Private

Net Price: $28,903

In-State Fee: $42,170

Out-of-State Fee: $42,170
#166 in National Universities
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
Federal School Code 002609OPE ID 00260900

PUBLIC

Net Price: $25,529

In-State Fee: $13,697

Out-of-State Fee: $22,339
#166 in National Universities
Montclair State University, Montclair, NJ
Federal School Code 002617OPE ID 00261700

PUBLIC

Net Price: $19,949

In-State Fee: $12,790

Out-of-State Fee: $20,578
#166 in National Universities
Rutgers University-Camden, Camden, NJ
Federal School Code 002629OPE ID 00262901

PUBLIC

Net Price: $13,293

In-State Fee: $14,835

Out-of-State Fee: $30,613
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