The College Board ranks all 50 U.S. colleges according to the percentage of their students who graduate with a degree, but there are some differences among the top 50.
There are some factors that can skew a college’s ranking.
The average college receives a lower score than its peers in some areas, including graduation rates, graduation rates among white students, graduation rate among Asian students, and graduation rate for black students.
The College Institute, an independent think tank, also has its own rankings that do not include these factors.
The numbers in the chart below are the average scores of the top 25 schools according to their total student body, which includes students who have completed at least a bachelor’s degree.
The highest score a college receives is a 1.0.
(The College Institute also uses the College Score, which has a higher score, but it has fewer students, so it has lower average scores.)
The chart below shows the average average scores for each of the 50 schools.
The schools with the highest average scores are the most likely to receive federal student aid, which can help boost their rankings.
(See the charts below for more details.)
There are other factors that also affect a colleges rankings.
In some cases, a college might have fewer students than its competitors.
For example, some colleges are not as selective as other schools in the same category, which means that students may not receive the same level of attention from faculty and administrators as other students do.
This is especially true if the school is located in a less affluent area.
Also, some schools are based in areas that are more expensive than others, which could affect how well students graduate.
To learn more about how your schools ranking is calculated, check out our ranking calculator.
In general, students who finish high school are less likely to get a degree than their peers who graduate.
(This is especially the case for students who complete college in high school, and the difference between those who finish and finish high may be much greater than you might think.)
But this does not mean that graduates are not getting a degree.
Many colleges, like UConn and UCF are offering courses to prepare students for a job after graduation.
You can find more information about the various courses offered at your school.
The chart above shows the median GPA for each school.
In order to get an accurate reading on a student’s GPA, the school has to take into account students who graduated from high school and their overall grades.
For the schools that are rated higher, the median student’s grade point average would be the most accurate.
You may also want to look at the average GPA for a particular school.
(Averages can be misleading.)
In this case, the schools with a higher median GPA would have higher median grades.
If you’re interested in knowing how your schools rank relative to other colleges and universities, check the tables below.
The charts below also include how the schools compare to the national average.
(Click on the schools to learn more.)
For a more detailed look at each school’s GPA and how it compares to other schools, see our calculator.
The table below shows how the schools’ median GPA is calculated.
For more information on how GPA is determined, see the chart for the average high school GPA.