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New Texas College & University Rankings You Need to Know

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WalletHub, the personal-finance website, has just released its report entitled “2020’s Best College & University Rankings.” The U.S. college application deadline was November 1 this year, and with the growing costs of tuition, this report reveals some interesting details.

WalletHub released separate college and university rankings to assist those seniors who are trying to make the best choice for their future. Those looking for the best schools within their states will want to read the study, which is based on more than 1,000 post-secondary institutions across the country, over 33 key measures.

New Texas College & University Rankings You Need to Know

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The points of measurement for the “2020’s Best College & University Rankings” report are grouped into seven categories. These include such items as Cost & Financing, Career Outcomes, and Student Selectivity. The data set for the WalletHub report ranges from details such as student-faculty ratio to post-attendance median salary and graduation rate.

With respect to the state of Texas, the top 10 schools in the report ranked as follows:

1 Rice University

2 University of Texas-Austin

3 Trinity University

4 Baylor University

5 LeTourneau University

6 Texas Christian University

7 Texas A&M University-College Station

8 University of Dallas

9 Southwestern University

10 Southern Methodist University

A full listing of colleges and universities in Texas can be found at the link available here. This includes indepedent, large, and medium-sized, as well as small-sized private colleges and universities. Other non-profit, four-year institutions in addition to technical and community and junior colleges are also provided here for your viewing.

New Texas College & University Rankings You Need to Know

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For the full WalletHub “2020’s Best College & University Rankings” report, visit the link available here. Those wishing to read the rankings of colleges specifically can follow this link. Those wanting to view the details specific to universities can check out this link.

What college would you choose as the best in the Lone Star State? Did it make the rankings in this list?