Special Report

The Hardest College to Get Into in Every State

Source: Courtesy of University of Tulsa

Oklahoma: University of Tulsa
> Acceptance rate: 69.2%
> Median SAT score: 1225/1600
> Student-to-faculty ratio: 10:1
> Average net price of attendance: $25,333
> Location: Tulsa, OK

Oregon: Reed College
> Acceptance rate: 42.3%
> Median SAT score: 1423/1600
> Student-to-faculty ratio: 9:1
> Average net price of attendance: $33,980
> Location: Portland, OR

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Pennsylvania: University of Pennsylvania
> Acceptance rate: 9.0%
> Median SAT score: 1505/1600
> Student-to-faculty ratio: 6:1
> Average net price of attendance: $24,167
> Location: Philadelphia, PA

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Rhode Island: Brown University
> Acceptance rate: 7.7%
> Median SAT score: 1505/1600
> Student-to-faculty ratio: 6:1
> Average net price of attendance: $27,659
> Location: Providence, RI

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South Carolina: Wofford College
> Acceptance rate: 53.0%
> Median SAT score: 1270/1600
> Student-to-faculty ratio: 12:1
> Average net price of attendance: $30,431
> Location: Spartanburg, SC

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