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Top Kentucky Colleges and Universities
June 16, 2013 - 5:25pm
My top 11 picks for Kentucky range from tiny Kentucky Wesleyan College with just over 800 students to the University of Kentucky with an enrollment of over 27,000. My top picks include public, private, religious and secular schools. The admissions standards for these 11 schools vary widely, so be sure to click through to the profiles for more admissions information. The schools were chosen based on first-year retention rates, four- and six-year graduation rates, notable academic strengths, value, and student engagement. See my list of the top Kentucky colleges to find out who made the cut.
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To get a partial sense of what it takes to get into some of Kentucky's four-year colleges and universities, I've created side-by-side comparison charts of Kentucky SAT scores and Kentucky ACT scores for the middle 50% of matriculated students.
Is there another Kentucky college that you think deserves to be on the list? If so, use the comment link below to share your recommendations. I'm a firm believer that the "best" college for your interests, goals and personality may have little to do with my own selection criteria.
If you're interested in exploring a larger geographic area than Kentucky, you can also explore my picks for the region: Top South Central Colleges and Top Midwest Colleges.
National Top Picks:
Top Liberal Arts Colleges
Top Public Universities
Top Engineering Schools
Top Business Schools
Top Women's Colleges
Top Catholic Colleges
Top Kentucky Colleges and Universities originally appeared on About.com College Admissions: U.S. on Sunday, June 16th, 2013 at 21:25:52.Permalink | Comment | Email thisContinue reading this article »
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