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The Most Popular Colleges for Rich People

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20. Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA)
> Median family income of student body: $110,000
> Published tuition and fees: $46,920
> Acceptance rate: 72.9%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 4,852

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19. Villanova University (Villanova, PA)
> Median family income of student body: $110,409
> Published tuition and fees: $57,460
> Acceptance rate: 30.7%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 7,037

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18. Bryant University (Smithfield, RI)
> Median family income of student body: $110,617
> Published tuition and fees: $46,863
> Acceptance rate: 75.8%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 3,281

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17. Lafayette College (Easton, PA)
> Median family income of student body: $111,341
> Published tuition and fees: $55,742
> Acceptance rate: 35.6%
> Most popular major: Social sciences
> Undergraduate enrollment: 2,514

16. Stonehill College (Easton, MA)
> Median family income of student body: $111,481
> Published tuition and fees: $46,642
> Acceptance rate: 69.0%
> Most popular major: Business, management, marketing, and related support services
> Undergraduate enrollment: 2,428

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