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The Best Midwestern Colleges for a 24 on the ACT


What Midwestern colleges can I get into with an ACT score of 24?

With a 24 on the ACT, these are the Midwestern colleges you should have a chance to get into.

CollegeSimply analyzed the most recent published freshman class ACT scores for all Midwestern colleges and found 314 schools where a 24 places you within or slightly outside the middle fifty percent of admitted students. The colleges are ranked by their position on our best colleges ranking and thus represent the better schools you may be able to get into and those which have historically accepted a 24.

Is a 24 on the ACT a good score? Yes, a 24 is a good score. It places you in the top 73rd percentile nationally out of the 2 million students taking the ACT this year.

For comparison purposes, a 24 on the ACT converts to a 1180 on the SAT based on the College Board / ACT concordance. Not all colleges report both SAT and ACT score admission data so you should check our comparable listings for both standardized tests to find academically similar schools.

 What do these ratings mean?

College ACT 25th ACT 75th Chance with 24
St Olaf College
28 ACT Average
Northfield, Minnesota
25 31 Reach 27%
The College of Wooster
27 ACT Average
Wooster, Ohio
24 30 Reach 43%
Lawrence University
28 ACT Average
Appleton, Wisconsin
25 32 Reach 46%
Illinois Wesleyan University
26 ACT Average
Bloomington, Illinois
24 29 Reach 51%
Earlham College
28 ACT Average
Richmond, Indiana
25 30 Reach 36%
Purdue University Main Campus
28 ACT Average
West Lafayette, Indiana
25 31 Reach 40%
Illinois Institute of Technology
28 ACT Average
Chicago, Illinois
25 31 Reach 37%
Coe College
25 ACT Average
Cedar Rapids, Iowa
22 28 Avg - 52%
William Jewell College
26 ACT Average
Liberty, Missouri
23 28 Avg - 43%
North Central College
24 ACT Average
Naperville, Illinois
22 27 Avg - 54%
Butler University
28 ACT Average
Indianapolis, Indiana
25 30 Reach 50%
DePauw University
26 ACT Average
Greencastle, Indiana
24 29 Reach 57%
Andrews University
25 ACT Average
Berrien Springs, Michigan
21 29 Avg - 55%
Truman State University
27 ACT Average
Kirksville, Missouri
24 30 Reach 54%
University of Nebraska Lincoln
26 ACT Average
Lincoln, Nebraska
22 29 Avg - 60%
Wabash College
26 ACT Average
Crawfordsville, Indiana
23 28 Avg - 58%
Cornell College
26 ACT Average
Mount Vernon, Iowa
23 29 Avg - 57%
Drake University
27 ACT Average
Des Moines, Iowa
24 30 Reach 57%
Concordia College at Moorhead
25 ACT Average
Moorhead, Minnesota
22 28 Avg - 58%
College of the Ozarks
24 ACT Average
Point Lookout, Missouri
21 26 Avg + 16%
Goshen College
24 ACT Average
Goshen, Indiana
19 28 Avg + 67%
Saint Louis University Main Campus
28 ACT Average
Saint Louis, Missouri
25 31 Reach 47%
University of St Francis
22 ACT Average
Joliet, Illinois
20 25 Avg + 62%
University of Illinois at Springfield
24 ACT Average
Springfield, Illinois
20 27 Avg + 56%
University of Minnesota Morris
25 ACT Average
Morris, Minnesota
22 28 Avg - 60%
Creighton University
28 ACT Average
Omaha, Nebraska
25 30 Reach 58%
Luther College
26 ACT Average
Decorah, Iowa
23 28 Avg - 60%
College for Creative Studies
24 ACT Average
Detroit, Michigan
21 27 Avg - 49%
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
23 ACT Average
Minneapolis, Minnesota
20 26 Avg + 63%
Milwaukee School of Engineering
28 ACT Average
Milwaukee, Wisconsin
25 30 Reach 47%
Loyola University Chicago
26 ACT Average
Chicago, Illinois
24 29 Reach 62%
Hope College
26 ACT Average
Holland, Michigan
24 29 Reach 65%
Michigan State University
26 ACT Average
East Lansing, Michigan
23 28 Avg - 68%
Kansas City Art Institute
24 ACT Average
Kansas City, Missouri
20 27 Avg + 70%
Cleveland Institute of Art
23 ACT Average
Cleveland, Ohio
20 26 Avg + 58%
University of Dayton
26 ACT Average
Dayton, Ohio
24 29 Reach 63%
Ohio Northern University
25 ACT Average
Ada, Ohio
22 28 Avg - 62%
Augustana College
26 ACT Average
Sioux Falls, South Dakota
23 29 Avg - 60%
Bradley University
25 ACT Average
Peoria, Illinois
22 28 Avg - 67%
Indiana University Bloomington
28 ACT Average
Bloomington, Indiana
25 31 Reach 61%
Alma College
24 ACT Average
Alma, Michigan
20 27 Avg + 67%
Martin Luther College
24 ACT Average
New Ulm, Minnesota
21 28 Avg - 71%
Webster University
24 ACT Average
Saint Louis, Missouri
21 26 Avg + 59%
Cedarville University
26 ACT Average
Cedarville, Ohio
23 29 Avg - 63%
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
26 ACT Average
Chicago, Illinois
22 30 Avg - 64%
Lewis University
24 ACT Average
Romeoville, Illinois
21 26 Avg + 59%
University of Evansville
26 ACT Average
Evansville, Indiana
22 29 Avg - 67%
Saint Mary's College
26 ACT Average
Notre Dame, Indiana
23 29 Avg - 71%
Michigan Technological University
28 ACT Average
Houghton, Michigan
25 30 Reach 60%
Kettering College of Medical Arts
23 ACT Average
Kettering, Ohio
21 25 Avg + 34%