Special Report

The Most Popular Colleges for Rich People

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35. Quinnipiac University (Hamden, CT)
> Median family income of student body: $106,326
> Published tuition and fees: $50,760
> Acceptance rate: 82.4%
> Most popular major: Health professions and related programs
> Undergraduate enrollment: 6,843

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34. The College of New Jersey (Ewing, NJ)
> Median family income of student body: $106,390
> Published tuition and fees: $16,029
> Acceptance rate: 51.3%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 7,105

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33. Bentley University (Waltham, MA)
> Median family income of student body: $106,566
> Published tuition and fees: $53,790
> Acceptance rate: 57.8%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 4,061

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32. Sacred Heart University (Fairfield, CT)
> Median family income of student body: $106,612
> Published tuition and fees: $44,350
> Acceptance rate: 65.5%
> Most popular major: Health professions and related programs
> Undergraduate enrollment: 6,417

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31. College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, MA)
> Median family income of student body: $106,778
> Published tuition and fees: $54,770
> Acceptance rate: 37.9%
> Most popular major: Social sciences
> Undergraduate enrollment: 2,970

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