U.S. Colleges Ranked In the Top 100 World Engineering

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings is announced for academic year 2014-2015. In this page, we compares US colleges and universities ranked in top 100 world universities in the area of Engineering. MIT topped the list, followed by Stanford, Caltech and Princeton. The detail scores and methodology can be found at THE (Times Higher Education) Engineering Rankings.

Next table compares general academic facts between the US Colleges Ranked In Top 100 Engineering University in the World. 34 US schools are included in the list.

2015 Tuition and 2016 Estimation Comparison

Next table lists the estimated 2016 tuition and compares it with current year tuition & fees. The 2016 tuition is estimated by each school. The school which does not show its 2016 tuition does not decide or announce it. For more information, see the school's main page by following the link on the school's name. In addition you can compare the schools in all academic perspectives including admission, tuition, graduation, population and more at us colleges ranked in top 100 engineering university world ranking colleges comparison page.
The average 2016 tuition & fees for US colleges ranked in top 100 engineering university world ranking colleges is $12,553 for in-state students and $38,616 for out-of-state students. For current academic year (2014-2015), the average tuition & fees is $12,333 for in-state students and $37,015 for out-of-state students.

74 US Universities and Colleges Ranked In Top 200 World University Rankings In 2015

The Times Higher Education World University Rankings is announced for academic year 2014-2015. Caltech (California Institute Of Technology) topped the list with 94.3 points, followed by the Harvard University (93.3 points), University of Oxford, U.K., (93.2), Stanford (92.9 points), University of Cambridge, U.K., (92.0 points). The detail scores and methodology can be found at THE (Times Higher Education) Rankings. Total 74 U.S. colleges and universities are ranked in the top 200 world ranking.

Next table compares general academic facts between the US Colleges In Top 200 World University Rankings.

2016 Tuition Estimation and Comparison

Next table lists the estimated 2016 tuition and compares it with current year tuition & fees. The 2016 tuition is estimated by each school. The schools which do not show its 2016 tuition did not decide or announce it. For more information, see the school's main page by following the link on the school's name. In addition you can compare the schools in all academic perspectives including admission, tuition, graduation, population and more at us colleges in top 200 world university rankings colleges comparison page.
The average 2016 tuition & fees for the U.S. colleges in top 200 world university rankings colleges is $11,781 for in-state students and $39,971 for out-of-state students. For current academic year (2014-2015), the average tuition & fees is $11,794 for in-state students and $38,141 for out-of-state students.

Southeastern Conference (SEC) 2017 Tuition Comparison and 2018 Estimation

We introduce colleges which are members of Southeastern Conference (SEC) and compare tuition costs between them for year 2017. The Southeastern Conference (SEC) is a collegiate athletic conference whose member institutions are located primarily in the southeastern part of the United States. It is headquartered in Birmingham, Alabama. The SEC participates in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I in athletic competitions; for football, it is part of the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), formerly known as Division I-A. The conference is one of the most successful financially, consistently leading most conferences in revenue distribution to its members, including an SEC record $220.0 million for the 2010-11 fiscal year.

General information and comparison between Southeastern Conference (SEC) Colleges

In Southeastern Conference (SEC), there are 13 public and 1 private schools. Next table shows academic information and general characteristics of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) members including acceptance ratio, graduation rates, student population, and student to faculty rates.
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) Schools Overview
Name Acceptance RatesGraduation RatesPopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL
48%87%50,645 1:20 (5.00 %)
University of Georgia
Athens, GA
53%85%36,130 1:18 (5.56 %)
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY
89%63%29,727 1:17 (5.88 %)
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, MO
78%69%35,424 1:20 (5.00 %)
University of South Carolina-Columbia
Columbia, SC
65%72%33,724 1:19 (5.26 %)
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Knoxville, TN
76%70%27,845 1:17 (5.88 %)
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN
12%92%12,567 1:8 (12.50 %)
The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, AL
54%67%37,098 1:24 (4.17 %)
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR
60%62%26,754 1:19 (5.26 %)
Auburn University
Auburn, AL
78%73%27,287 1:19 (5.26 %)
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College
Baton Rouge, LA
77%67%31,524 1:23 (4.35 %)
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS
65%60%20,873 1:19 (5.26 %)
University of Mississippi
University, MS
79%61%23,212 1:18 (5.56 %)
Texas A & M University-College Station
College Station, TX
67%79%63,813 1:20 (5.00 %)

2017 Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimated Costs

Next table list 2016-2017 tuition & fees and compares the costs between schools. The 2016-2017 costs officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for year 2017-2018 are calculated and estimated based on each school's previous tuition change rates. See school's tuition page for detail description.
UndergraduateGraduate Living Costs
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College 2017 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Tuition & Fees2018 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
University of Florida $6,381$28,659 $6,381$28,659
University of Georgia $11,634$29,844 $11,634$29,844
University of Kentucky $11,484$26,334 $11,484$26,334
University of Missouri-Columbia $9,518$25,892 $9,518$25,892
University of South Carolina-Columbia $11,454$30,882 $11,454$30,882
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $12,668$31,088 $12,668$31,088
Vanderbilt University $45,610$45,610
The University of Alabama $10,470$26,950 $10,470$26,950
University of Arkansas $8,820$23,168 $8,820$23,168
Auburn University $10,696$28,840 $10,696$28,840
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $10,814$27,491 $10,814$27,491
Mississippi State University $7,780$20,900 $7,780$20,900
University of Mississippi $7,744$22,012 $7,744$22,012
Texas A & M University-College Station $10,132$28,984 $10,132$28,984
Average$9,968$28,332$9,968$28,332
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College 2017 Graduate School Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Tuition & Fees2018 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
University of Florida $12,737$30,130 $12,737$30,130
University of Georgia $10,762$26,360 $10,762$26,360
University of Kentucky $12,236$28,380 $12,236$28,380
University of Missouri-Columbia $9,576$24,286 $9,576$24,286
University of South Carolina-Columbia $12,798$27,408 $12,798$27,408
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $12,834$31,252 $12,834$31,252
Vanderbilt University $44,934$44,934
The University of Alabama $10,470$26,950 $10,470$26,950
University of Arkansas $8,350$19,813 $8,350$19,813
Auburn University $10,696$28,840 $10,696$28,840
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $11,887$28,822 $11,887$28,822
Mississippi State University $7,780$20,900 $7,780$20,900
University of Mississippi $7,744$22,012 $7,744$22,012
Texas A & M University-College Station $8,904$19,073 $8,904$19,073
Average$10,521$27,082$10,521$27,082
Table. Southeastern Conference (SEC) College 2017 Living Costs Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Living Costs2018 Estimated Living Costs
On-CampusOff-campusOn-CampusOff-Campus
University of Florida $13,660$13,660 $13,660$13,660
University of Georgia $13,568$11,984 $13,568$11,984
University of Kentucky $15,444$15,444 $15,444$15,444
University of Missouri-Columbia $15,054$15,054 $15,054$15,054
University of South Carolina-Columbia $13,811$14,651 $13,811$14,651
The University of Tennessee-Knoxville $15,904$15,904 $15,904$15,904
Vanderbilt University $17,750- $17,750-
The University of Alabama $17,166$17,166 $17,166$17,166
University of Arkansas $14,436$14,436 $14,436$14,436
Auburn University $18,562$18,562 $18,562$18,562
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College $16,960$21,192 $16,960$21,192
Mississippi State University $14,602$14,602 $14,602$14,602
University of Mississippi $14,662$14,662 $14,662$14,662
Texas A & M University-College Station $16,188$16,188 $16,188$16,188
Average $15,554$15,654 $15,554$15,654

Ivy League 2016-2017 Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimation

We introduce colleges which are members of Ivy League and compare tuition costs between them for year 2017. The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group. The eight institutions are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The term Ivy League also has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

General information and comparison between Ivy League Colleges

In Ivy League, all member is private school. Next table shows academic information and general characteristics of the Ivy League members including acceptance ratio, graduation rates, student population, and student to faculty rates.
Table. Ivy League Schools Overview
Name Acceptance RatesGraduation RatesPopulationStudent Faculty Ratio
Brown University
Providence, RI
9%96%9,458 1:9 (11.11 %)
Columbia University in the City of New York
New York, NY
7%95%28,086 1:6 (16.67 %)
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
15%93%21,904 1:9 (11.11 %)
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
11%94%6,350 1:7 (14.29 %)
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
6%98%29,652 1:7 (14.29 %)
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
7%97%8,138 1:5 (20.00 %)
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
10%95%24,876 1:6 (16.67 %)
Yale University
New Haven, CT
7%97%12,385 1:6 (16.67 %)

2017 Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimated Costs

Next table list 2016-2017 tuition & fees and compares the costs between schools. The 2016-2017 costs officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education. The estimated costs for year 2017-2018 are calculated and estimated based on each school's previous tuition change rates. See school's tuition page for detail description.
UndergraduateGraduate Living Costs
Table. Ivy League2017 Undergraduate Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Tuition & Fees2018 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Brown University $51,366$51,366
Columbia University in the City of New York $49,973$49,973
Cornell University $50,953$50,953
Dartmouth College $51,438$51,438
Harvard University $47,074$47,074
Princeton University $45,300$45,300
University of Pennsylvania $51,464$51,464
Yale University $49,480$49,480
Average$49,631$49,631
Table. Ivy League2017 Graduate School Tuition & Fees Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Tuition & Fees2018 Estimated Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-StateIn-StateOut-of-State
Brown University $51,152$51,152
Columbia University in the City of New York $45,554$45,554
Cornell University $29,585$29,585
Dartmouth College $50,303$50,303
Harvard University $44,384$44,384
Princeton University $47,220$47,220
University of Pennsylvania $35,604$35,604
Yale University $39,800$39,800
Average$42,950$42,950
Table. Ivy League2017 Living Costs Comparison and 2018 Estimation
2017 Living Costs2018 Estimated Living Costs
On-CampusOff-campusOn-CampusOff-Campus
Brown University $15,200- $15,200-
Columbia University in the City of New York $15,329$21,870 $15,329$21,870
Cornell University $15,750$15,750 $15,750$15,750
Dartmouth College $16,776- $16,776-
Harvard University $18,826- $18,826-
Princeton University $17,320- $17,320-
University of Pennsylvania $16,596$16,596 $16,596$16,596
Yale University $15,890- $15,890-
Average $16,460$18,072 $16,460$18,072