Top Colleges In America
Claire Miles - June 27, 2019

Choosing which college to attend is the biggest decision of a high schooler’s life. Tuition cost, student life, athletics, degree programs- there are a lot of factors to sort through. Colleges all across the US offer something unique to its students that appeal to some more than others. Whether you’re a social butterfly looking to spread your wings or a serious student looking to hit the books, there’s a college for everyone. Here are some of our favorites!

 

 

UC Boulder

 

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University of Colorado at Boulder

 

Location: Boulder, Colorado

Cost: ~ $54,000

Size: 33,000 students

 

Boulder offers students a diverse academic program in one of the most stunning locations on the planet. Surrounded by snow-covered mountains and miles and miles of terrain, there are no limits to the amount of adventures one can have as a student at Colorado.

 

 

 

 

USC

 

 

University of Southern California

 

Location: Los Angeles, California

Cost: ~ $50,000 / year

Size: 45,000 students

 

USC provides an excellent balance of challenging academics and vibrant student life. Known for its innovation and research-based learning, students here feel inspired to create and build technologies that improve our every day lives. Plus, the campus is absolutely beautiful with sunshine all year round.

 

 

 

Florida

 

 

University of Florida

 

Location: Gainesville, Florida

Cost: ~ $28,000

Size: 55,000 students

 

UF aka the University of Florida has a thrilling and enriching atmosphere. With inspiration and creativity around every corner, its no wonder it has one of the most diverse program offerings in the country. With sixteen different colleges and over 150 research centers, work hard play hard is a motto these students can relate.

 

 

 

 

UW Madison

 

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University of Wisconsin, Madison

 

Location: Madison, Wisconsin

Cost: ~ $50,000

Size: 44,000 students

 

Madison is one of the most eclectic universities in the Midwest. Located in the heart of the state, Wisconsin is known for its laid back atmosphere and classic Midwestern charm. Greek life and athletics dominate student life at UW Madison, and if you can handle the cold winters, its the ultimate spot for a mix of adventure and comfort.

 

 

Texas

 

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University of Texas, Austin

 

Location: Austin, Texas

Cost: ~ $50,000

Size: 50,000 students

 

UT Austin is one of the biggest universities in the US with over 50,000 undergraduate and graduate students currently enrolled. If you can stand the Texas heat, you’ll find that this campus is always on fire (metaphorically speaking). From the sports to the parties and everything in between, UT Austin is the heartbeat of this non-stop city.

 

 

 

 

‘Bama

 

 

University of Alabama

 

Location: Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Cost: ~ $27,000

Size: 38,000 students

 

This historic university loves one thing above all else: football. If you have the energy to keep up with this energetic community, this could be the perfect school for you. Greek life is also popular among the student population, as well as more southern pride than one can even imagine!