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Posted: March 20th, 2024

Coalition Member Colleges have all passed a vigorous vetting process from the Coalition for College to ensure that they “provide substantial support to lower-income, under-resourced and/or first-generation students; offer responsible student financial aid; and demonstrate a commitment to student graduation.” Each of these schools has demonstrated a strong commitment to affordability and strong student outcomes, and you can apply to them through the Coalition Application. Explore more details about each school below!

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Stanford University

Stanford, CA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

Stanford, CA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

4% acceptance rate
7,645 undergraduate students
96% graduation rate
$7,200 average per year after aid
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Princeton University

Princeton, NJ • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Princeton, NJ

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

4% acceptance rate
5,236 undergraduate students
98% graduation rate
$11,080 average per year after aid
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University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Philadelphia, PA

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

6% acceptance rate
10,644 undergraduate students
96% graduation rate
$14,851 average per year after aid
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Franklin W Olin College of Engineering

Needham, MA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

Needham, MA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

18% acceptance rate
361 undergraduate students
97% graduation rate
$21,474 average per year after aid
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Columbia University in the City of New York

New York, NY • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

New York, NY

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

4% acceptance rate
8,832 undergraduate students
97% graduation rate
$12,836 average per year after aid
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Harvard University

Cambridge, MA • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Cambridge, MA

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

4% acceptance rate
7,938 undergraduate students
97% graduation rate
$13,259 average per year after aid
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Yale University

New Haven, CT • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

New Haven, CT

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

5% acceptance rate
6,535 undergraduate students
97% graduation rate
$16,341 average per year after aid
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Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, MD • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Baltimore, MD

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

8% acceptance rate
5,727 undergraduate students
95% graduation rate
$14,254 average per year after aid
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University of Florida

Gainesville, FL • Public, City

Gainesville, FL

Public, City

30% acceptance rate
34,044 undergraduate students
91% graduation rate
$3,679 average per year after aid
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Pomona College

Claremont, CA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

Claremont, CA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

7% acceptance rate
1,747 undergraduate students
93% graduation rate
$9,170 average per year after aid
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Claremont McKenna College

Claremont, CA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

Claremont, CA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

11% acceptance rate
1,414 undergraduate students
93% graduation rate
$20,114 average per year after aid
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Rice University

Houston, TX • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Houston, TX

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

9% acceptance rate
4,240 undergraduate students
92% graduation rate
$17,805 average per year after aid
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Babson College

Wellesley, MA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

Wellesley, MA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb

25% acceptance rate
2,532 undergraduate students
94% graduation rate
$31,267 average per year after aid
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Williams College

Williamstown, MA • Private, Non-Profit, Town, Need-Blind

Williamstown, MA

Private, Non-Profit, Town, Need-Blind

9% acceptance rate
2,129 undergraduate students
94% graduation rate
$14,739 average per year after aid
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University of Michigan-Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor, MI • Public, City

Ann Arbor, MI

Public, City

20% acceptance rate
32,063 undergraduate students
94% graduation rate
$17,086 average per year after aid
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Amherst College

Amherst, MA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

Amherst, MA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

9% acceptance rate
1,971 undergraduate students
92% graduation rate
$17,304 average per year after aid
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California Institute of Technology

Pasadena, CA • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Pasadena, CA

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

4% acceptance rate
987 undergraduate students
93% graduation rate
$29,279 average per year after aid
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Swarthmore College

Swarthmore, PA • Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

Swarthmore, PA

Private, Non-Profit, Suburb, Need-Blind

8% acceptance rate
1,643 undergraduate students
94% graduation rate
$20,780 average per year after aid
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Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Nashville, TN

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

7% acceptance rate
7,104 undergraduate students
93% graduation rate
$22,204 average per year after aid
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Duke University

Durham, NC • Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

Durham, NC

Private, Non-Profit, City, Need-Blind

6% acceptance rate
6,815 undergraduate students
96% graduation rate
$31,416 average per year after aid
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