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#13 Best Private Colleges in Massachusetts

Northeastern Comparisons

Boston, Massachusetts

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Compare with Massachusetts Public Colleges

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University of Massachusetts Amherst

$36,629 lower in-state tuition
46% higher acceptance rate


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University of Massachusetts Lowell

$37,342 lower in-state tuition
55% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Massachusetts Private Colleges

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Harvard University

$4,690 lower in-state tuition
13% lower acceptance rate


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Boston University

$2,300 higher in-state tuition
1% higher acceptance rate


B
Boston College

$4,360 higher in-state tuition
9% higher acceptance rate


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Massachusetts Institute of Technology

$1,030 higher in-state tuition
11% lower acceptance rate


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Tufts University

$4,904 higher in-state tuition
3% lower acceptance rate


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Emerson College

$3,860 lower in-state tuition
15% higher acceptance rate


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Babson College

$188 higher in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


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Amherst College

$5,220 higher in-state tuition
7% lower acceptance rate


B
Bentley University

$2,360 lower in-state tuition
29% higher acceptance rate


B
Brandeis University

$2,920 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


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Williams College

$4,550 higher in-state tuition
5% lower acceptance rate


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Wellesley College

$3,308 higher in-state tuition
4% higher acceptance rate


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Olin College of Engineering

$256 lower in-state tuition
2% lower acceptance rate


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College of the Holy Cross

$1,630 higher in-state tuition
16% higher acceptance rate


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Gordon College

$15,420 lower in-state tuition
56% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Public Colleges

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University of Delaware

$39,690 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


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Stony Brook University

$45,350 lower in-state tuition
26% higher acceptance rate


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SUNY at Binghamton

$45,350 lower in-state tuition
23% higher acceptance rate


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Rutgers University New Brunswick

$40,190 lower in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


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Rutgers University New Brunswick

$40,190 lower in-state tuition
43% higher acceptance rate


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CUNY Hunter College

$45,490 lower in-state tuition
17% higher acceptance rate


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University of Connecticut

$38,622 lower in-state tuition
31% higher acceptance rate


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University of Vermont

$36,028 lower in-state tuition
49% higher acceptance rate


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The College of New Jersey

$39,181 lower in-state tuition
31% higher acceptance rate


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New Jersey Institute of Technology

$37,972 lower in-state tuition
55% higher acceptance rate


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CUNY Bernard M Baruch College

$45,490 lower in-state tuition
25% higher acceptance rate


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United States Military Academy

$52,420 lower in-state tuition
6% lower acceptance rate


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SUNY at Geneseo

$45,350 lower in-state tuition
47% higher acceptance rate


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United States Coast Guard Academy

$52,420 lower in-state tuition
3% higher acceptance rate


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SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica Rome

$45,350 lower in-state tuition
51% higher acceptance rate


Compare with Regional Private Colleges

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New York University

$1,736 lower in-state tuition
2% lower acceptance rate


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Princeton University

$550 lower in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


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University of Pennsylvania

$1,264 lower in-state tuition
10% lower acceptance rate


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Yale University

$3,080 higher in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


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Villanova University

$2,130 higher in-state tuition
10% higher acceptance rate


C
Cornell University

$4,130 higher in-state tuition
7% lower acceptance rate


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Syracuse University

$210 lower in-state tuition
26% higher acceptance rate


B
Brown University

$4,692 higher in-state tuition
11% lower acceptance rate


C
Columbia University in the City of New York

$6,500 higher in-state tuition
13% lower acceptance rate


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Fordham University

$560 higher in-state tuition
28% higher acceptance rate


D
Drexel University

$274 lower in-state tuition
57% higher acceptance rate


D
Dartmouth College

$3,185 higher in-state tuition
10% lower acceptance rate


B
Bucknell University

$5,462 higher in-state tuition
16% higher acceptance rate


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Rhode Island School of Design

$620 lower in-state tuition
8% higher acceptance rate


C
Colgate University

$5,275 higher in-state tuition
5% higher acceptance rate


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Lehigh University

$2,370 higher in-state tuition
14% higher acceptance rate


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University of Rochester

$2,620 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


B
Barnard College

$3,361 higher in-state tuition
6% lower acceptance rate


V
Vassar College

$5,490 higher in-state tuition
6% higher acceptance rate


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Lafayette College

$2,092 higher in-state tuition
13% higher acceptance rate


S
Swarthmore College

$1,836 higher in-state tuition
9% lower acceptance rate


R
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

$1,580 higher in-state tuition
29% higher acceptance rate


H
Hofstra University

$5,970 lower in-state tuition
50% higher acceptance rate


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Seton Hall University

$10,960 lower in-state tuition
56% higher acceptance rate


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Providence College

$930 lower in-state tuition
29% higher acceptance rate


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University of Scranton

$7,030 lower in-state tuition
58% higher acceptance rate


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Rochester Institute of Technology

$7,176 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


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Skidmore College

$2,716 higher in-state tuition
12% higher acceptance rate


H
Haverford College

$3,780 higher in-state tuition
2% lower acceptance rate


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Fairfield University

$3,340 lower in-state tuition
39% higher acceptance rate


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Muhlenberg College

$1,445 higher in-state tuition
48% higher acceptance rate


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Colby College

$2,450 higher in-state tuition
8% lower acceptance rate


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Pratt Institute Main

$666 lower in-state tuition
38% higher acceptance rate


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The New School

$2,642 lower in-state tuition
39% higher acceptance rate


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Middlebury College

$3,370 higher in-state tuition
3% lower acceptance rate


H
Hamilton College

$3,550 higher in-state tuition
2% lower acceptance rate


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Stevens Institute of Technology

$286 lower in-state tuition
22% higher acceptance rate


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Clarkson University

$2,562 lower in-state tuition
57% higher acceptance rate


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Trinity College

$3,960 higher in-state tuition
15% higher acceptance rate


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University of the Sciences

$29,120 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


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Sarah Lawrence College

$3,600 higher in-state tuition
35% higher acceptance rate


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Union College

$4,433 higher in-state tuition
25% higher acceptance rate


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St Lawrence University

$3,940 higher in-state tuition
24% higher acceptance rate


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Ursinus College

$1,190 higher in-state tuition
61% higher acceptance rate


C
Champlain College

$10,692 lower in-state tuition
67% higher acceptance rate


H
Hobart William Smith Colleges

$3,415 higher in-state tuition
48% higher acceptance rate


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Polytechnic Institute of New York University

$12,360 lower in-state tuition
49% higher acceptance rate


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Messiah College

$17,140 lower in-state tuition
58% higher acceptance rate


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Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

$16,300 lower in-state tuition
53% higher acceptance rate


Compare with National Colleges

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Stanford University

$437 higher in-state tuition
14% lower acceptance rate


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University of Southern California

$4,836 higher in-state tuition
7% lower acceptance rate


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Duke University

$3,460 higher in-state tuition
10% lower acceptance rate


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Johns Hopkins University

$2,930 higher in-state tuition
7% lower acceptance rate


C
University of Chicago

$5,222 higher in-state tuition
12% lower acceptance rate


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Georgetown University

$3,020 higher in-state tuition
4% lower acceptance rate


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Northwestern University

$3,812 higher in-state tuition
9% lower acceptance rate


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George Washington University

$4,425 higher in-state tuition
23% higher acceptance rate


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Washington University in St Louis

$1,830 higher in-state tuition
4% lower acceptance rate