Eighteen Indiana colleges made the annual list of Forbes’ “Top Colleges” in the nation.
The ranking is determined by several factors, including transfer rate, financial aid, and acceptance rate. Forbes really focused in on the substantial cost of a degree compared to its long term worth.
Notre Dame came in at slot number 13. The top college on their list was Pomona College in Claremont, California.
The Indiana colleges that made this year’s “Top Colleges” list are:
- 13. University of Notre Dame
- 78. DePauw University
- 112. Indiana University (Bloomington)
- 117. Earlham College
- 136. Purdue University (West Lafayette)
- 168. Wabash College
- 223. Taylor University
- 234. Valparaiso University
- 237. Saint Mary’s College
- 238. Hanover College
- 241. Butler University
- 310. University of Evansville
- 333. Goshen College
- 436. Huntington University
- 569. Ball State University
- 612. Anderson University
- 630. Indiana University-Purdue University (Indianapolis)
- 644. Indiana State University