University Acceptance Rates in USA

University acceptance rates imply the percentage of number of students selected to the number of students who applied. Most of the universities listed here are for ms in us aspirants. Let’s categorize the university acceptance rates into 3
- high, medium and low

Colleges with high acceptance rates:

The chances of getting admission in these colleges are very high as the acceptance rate is high.

North Western University – 100%
Oregon Institute of Technology  – 93.7%
South Dakota State University – 93.1%
University of the District of Columbia  – 92.7%
University of Northern Colorado  – 92.5%
Arkansas Tech University  – 92.4%
Northern State University  – 92%
University of Kansas – 91.8%
Oregon Institute of Technology  – 93.7%
Indiana University-Purdue University–Fort Wayne – 96.4%
Northwestern College  – 94.5%
Pennsylvania College of Technology  – 94.5%
Western Kentucky University  – 94.2%
Oregon Institute of Technology – 93.7 %
Southeastern Louisiana University – 93%
University of Northern Colorado  - 92.5%
Arkansas Tech University  - 92.4%
University of Kansas  - 92%
Oregon Institute of Technology – 93 to 94 %
Arizona State University  – 90.3%
Idaho State University  – 90%
University of Texas, Arlington  – 90%

Colleges with medium acceptance rates:
Auburn University  – 53%
University of Alabama Huntsville  – 53%
University of Arkansas – 53%
University of Colorado Boulder  – 56%
George Washington University  – 55%
Florida Institute of Technology  – 54%
University of Miami  – 49%
University of Hawaii  – 58%
Illinois Institute of Technology  – 53%
Southern Illinois University– 56%
Wichita State University – 57%
Louisiana Tech University– 62%
University of New Orleans – 42%
University of Maine  – 46%
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth  – 74%
Michigan Technological University – 55%
Western Michigan University  -61%
University of Mississippi  – 43%
University of Missouri-Kansas City  – 58%
University of Missouri Rolla – 48%
Montana State University – 52%
New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) – 60%
New Mexico State University  – 64%
University of New Mexico  – 42%
SUNY Binghamton  – 39%
SUNY Buffalo – 25%
University of North Carolina Chapel hill  – 35%
University of North Carolina Charlotte, NC– 63%
North Dakota State University  – 48%
Ohio University  – 67%
University of Oklahoma  – 47%
Oklahoma state University  – 45%
University of Rohde Island  – 50%
University of Texas, Dallas  – 61%
University of Texas, El Pasco – 80%
Utah State University  – 51%
George Mason University – 67%
Old Dominion University – 63%
West Virginia University  – 50%
University of Wyoming – 35%

Lowest acceptance rates colleges:
These are the colleges that have very high GRE and academic requirements and have low acceptance rates. You are lucky if you can get into one of them!
University of Texas, Austin  – 19%
California Institute of Technology  – 10%
University of California, Irvine – 16%
University of California, Riverside  – 19%
University of California, San Diego acceptance rate – 17%
University of California, Santa Barbara – 16%
Yale University acceptance rate – 11%
University of Connecticut  – 21%
University of Delaware  – 12%
University of Florida,Gainesville  – 11%
University of Georgia  – 20%
University of Illinois, Chicago – 16%
University of Illinois, Urbana – 13%
Iowa State University – 14%
University of Iowa  – 20%
Stanford University – 25 to 28%
University of Kentucky acceptance rate – 18%
Purdue University- West Lafayette acceptance rate – 23%
Boston University acceptance rate – 23%
University of Maryland- College park acceptance rate – 13%
Harvard University acceptance rate – 11%
Massachusetts Inst of Technology acceptance rate – 24%
University of Massachusetts- Amhrest acceptance rate – 10%
Michigan State University acceptance rate – 8%
Mississippi State University acceptance rate – 24%
Washington University iSt.Lious  – 29%
University of Nebraska –Lincoln  – 22%
Princeton University acceptance rate – 14%
Rutgers State University – 12%
University of Rochester– 7%
Ohio State University  – 18%
Pennsylvania State University  – 21%
Brown University acceptance rate – 14%
Rice University acceptance rate – 11%
University of Virginia – 11%
USC acceptance rate – 20 to 40%- not sure
Washington State University – 16%

It is very important to consider these  rates for pursuing masters degree in USA . You need to choose at least one University that has high acceptance rate to make your study abroad plan a success.

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