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Top 10 Best Colleges with No Application Fees

We have searched about the most credible resource online for the ranking of top 10 colleges that do not charge any application fees. Niche.com takes a detailed look at the top 10 best colleges and explains in detail for people to find out how niche.com ranking is calculated.

Here is the list of top 10 colleges with a link to a detailed information about the institute:

1. University of Chicago

A private university chartered in 1890 by John D. Rockefeller, a 217-acre campus on the shores of Lake Michigan, University of Chicago is one of the top universities in the world providing quality education.

Websitehttp://www.uchicago.edu/

 

2. Carleton College

Famous for excellence in undergraduate teaching, Carleton is famous for its World-class curriculum.

Websitehttp://www.carleton.edu/

 

3. Colby College

2,000 students from 80+ countries pursuing 58 majors and 34 minors. Education from medicine, law or engineering to arts, science and technology, Colby College offers all degrees.

Websitehttp://www.colby.edu/

 

4. Wellesley College

There Moto is, To provide an excellent liberal arts education for women who will make a difference in the world.

Websitehttp://www.wellesley.edu/

 

5. Reed College

Reed aims to provide the finest educational program in the country (USA). Reed students are creative, self-propelled, passionate, and analytical.

Website: http://www.reed.edu/

 

6. Case Western Reserve University

5,121 undergraduate students, 6,219 graduate and professional students and with representation in 91 countries, Case Western Reserve is quickly making it to the top of the list. Established in 1826 with over 3,350 full time faculty and over 3,000 full and part time staff the University offers wide range of courses.

Websitehttp://www.case.edu/

 

7. Grinnell College

9:1 student-to-professor ratio

7th nationally in the percentage of Ph.D.s per graduate

39 majors and concentrations

10 Fulbrights won in 2016

26% domestic students of color

Websitehttp://www.grinnell.edu/

 

8. Smith College

Founded in 1871, Smith College opened in 1875 with 14 students. Today, Smith is among the largest women’s colleges in the United States, with students from 48 states and 68 countries.

Website: http://www.smith.edu/

 

9. Tulane University

Tulane University has become one of the most respected educational and research institutions in the country.

Websitehttp://tulane.edu/

 

A beautiful 1,000-acre campus is in Gambier, Ohio – USA, Kenyon is a private, residential liberal-arts college. Fifty-three percent of Kenyon’s 1,600 students are women; 47 percent are men. About 20 percent are African Americans, Asians, and Latinos/Hispanic-Americans, Native Americans, and multiethnic students.

Websitehttp://www.kenyon.edu/

Also See:Top 10 Engineering Universities of Pakistan 2016, HEC Ranking

 

 

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