Monday, September 5, 2016

Forbes 2016 Lists of Best Colleges in the United States of America Puts Stanford in Top Spot, Swarthmore at 10

Forbes Releases 2016 List of Top Colleges in America 

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Stanford Ranked Number One on Forbes 2016 List of Top Colleges in America 

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California
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#2
Massachusetts
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Massachusetts
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Massachusetts
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What are the 2016 Rankings Among Top Colleges for the Big 5 Schools, and other Notable Pennsylvania Colleges and Universities? 

University of Pennsylvania came in at 11.

Other notable Pennsylvania schools included Haverford (23), Bucknell (49), Lafayette (54), Franklin & Marshall (55), Villanova (62), Bryn Mawr College (70), St. Joseph's (223), LaSalle (335), Drexel (338),  and Temple (364).  Penn State came in at 164, while the University of Pittsburgh ranked 204 and West Chester University, 478. 

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