Top 12 Lowest Acceptance Rates Colleges Tuition Comparison


Number 1 and Number 2 Ranked schools, from the perspective of lowest acceptance rates, are specialized schools for music - Curtis Institute of Music and Juilliard School. In special, Acceptance rates of Curtis Institute of Music is 3.2%.

Next Tables shows basic information and acceptance rates of the top 12 schools by lowest acceptance rates that are below 10 percent.

General Comparison Table

Top 12 Lowest Acceptance Rates Colleges Comparision
RankingNameAcceptance RatesType/LevelLocationHighest Degree Compus HousingPopulation
1Curtis Institute of Music3.2%4 years, PrivatePhiladelphia, Pennsylvania MasterYes 163
2The Juilliard School6.0%4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 1,013
3Harvard University6.3%4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts DoctorateYes 34,342
4Columbia University in the City of New York7.0%4 years, PrivateNew York, New York DoctorateYes 27,257
5Stanford University7.1%4 years, PrivateStanford, California DoctorateYes 22,026
6United States Naval Academy7.5%4 years, PublicAnnapolis, Maryland BachelorYes 5,885
7Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art7.7%4 years, PrivateNew York, New York MasterYes 1,020
8Yale University7.7%4 years, PrivateNew Haven, Connecticut DoctorateYes 12,893
9Princeton University8.5%4 years, PrivatePrinceton, New Jersey DoctorateYes 8,004
10Brown University8.9%4 years, PrivateProvidence, Rhode Island DoctorateYes 9,276
11College of the Ozarks8.9%4 years, PrivatePoint Lookout, Missouri BachelorYes 1,544
12Massachusetts Institute of Technology9.7%4 years, PrivateCambridge, Massachusetts DoctorateYes 11,271

Tuition Comparison Tables and Chart
** due to lack of data, tuition and costs of United States Naval Academy will not display.

Top Lowest Acceptance Rates Colleges Tuition Comparison
In-StateOut-of-State
TuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving CostsTuitionRequired FeesBook & SuppliesLiving Costs
Curtis Institute of Music$ 0$ 2,300$ 1,575$ 15,172$ 0$ 2,300$ 1,575$ 15,172
The Juilliard School$ 33,630$ 0$ 762$ 16,280$ 33,630$ 0$ 762$ 16,280
Harvard University$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149$ 36,305$ 3,546$ 1,000$ 15,149
Columbia University in the City of New York$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878$ 43,088$ 2,202$ 1,040$ 12,878
Stanford University$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691$ 40,050$ 1,514$ 1,500$ 14,691
United States Naval Academy$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0$ 0
Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science&Art$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995$ 37,500$ 1,650$ 1,400$ 15,995
Yale University$ 40,500$ 0$ 3,150$ 14,600$ 40,500$ 0$ 3,150$ 14,600
Princeton University$ 37,000$ 865$ 1,200$ 14,869$ 37,000$ 865$ 1,200$ 14,869
Brown University$ 41,328$ 902$ 1,312$ 12,608$ 41,328$ 902$ 1,312$ 12,608
College of the Ozarks$ 17,600$ 430$ 800$ 7,846$ 17,600$ 430$ 800$ 7,846
Massachusetts Institute of Technology$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488$ 40,460$ 272$ 1,050$ 13,488


1 comment:

  1. This is an interesting article. I did not know a lot of colleges like this had such low acceptance rates. I do not think college should be easy to get into but they should at least give kids as many options as they can for them to succeed. For example, colleges in New Jersey give kids scholarships to help them pay for college. Options like this is why the state of New Jersey have some of the best colleges in the country.

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