One day after listing the top Midwest colleges, Forbes has released its complete list of the top colleges throughout the country. The University of Notre Dame and DePauw University are the only Indiana representatives in the top 100.
Notre Dame was ranked 13th and DePauw was ranked 91st on the nationwide list. Out of 660 colleges and universities listed, 18 come from Indiana.
The Indiana representatives on the list include:
- 13. University of Notre Dame
- 91. DePauw University
- 115. Indiana University, Bloomington
- 127. Purdue University, West Lafayette
- 132. Earlham College
- 152. Wabash College
- 221. Saint Mary’s College
- 226. Butler University
- 247. Hanover College
- 260. Valparaiso University
- 270. Taylor University
- 302. University of Evansville
- 330. Goshen College
- 456. Huntington University
- 562. Ball State University
- 631. Anderson University
- 646. IUPUI
- 647. Indiana State University
The rankings were determined as part of a partnership with the Center for College Affordability and Productivity. The factors included in the rankings include post-graduate success, student debt, student satisfaction, graduation rate and academic success.
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