The Best New York Colleges for a 3.7 GPA

What New York colleges will likely accept a 3.7 grade point average?

A high school GPA of 3.7 or A- average likely places you in the middle of the academic range at these New York schools. CollegeSimply has parsed the reported incoming freshman grade point averages for a large portion of new-york schools and selected 48 target colleges where students have a competitive chance of getting in with a 3.7. These colleges are ranked by their position on the CollegeSimply best colleges ranking. This list is intended as a guide of schools to filter further and a recommendation of colleges which have historically accepted students in the 3.7 range.

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Displaying 48 target schools where your GPA is within the typical range of past accepted applicants. You have a competitive chance at being accepted but admission is not a sure thing. Hint: You also have 4 reach schools and 50 safety schools you can consider.

    • SAT Range 1320/1510
    • ACT Range 31/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.64
    • Students: 2,969
    • Tuition:$55,870
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg
    • Acceptance Rate 25%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 28%
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    Colgate University

    • SAT Range 1350/1510
    • ACT Range 31/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.87*
    • Students: 2,005
    • Tuition:$54,620
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg -
    • Acceptance Rate 21%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 15%
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    Hamilton College

    • SAT Range 1310/1510
    • ACT Range 29/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.6
    • Students: 51,847
    • Tuition:$51,828
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg +
    • Acceptance Rate 20%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 24%
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    New York University

    • SAT Range 1370/1510
    • ACT Range 31/33
    • Average HS GPA 3.8
    • Students: 2,456
    • Tuition:$56,960
      Admissions Standards  Extremely High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg
    • Acceptance Rate 25%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 21%
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    Vassar College

    • SAT Range 1320/1500
    • ACT Range 30/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.8
    • Students: 11,817
    • Tuition:$53,909
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg
    • Acceptance Rate 29%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 24%
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    University of Rochester

    • SAT Range 1280/1510
    • ACT Range 31/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.6
    • Students: 952
    • Tuition:$46,700
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg +
    • Acceptance Rate 16%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 19%
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    Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art

    • SAT Range 1340/1520
    • ACT Range 30/34
    • Average HS GPA 3.82*
    • Students: 336
    • Tuition:$56,778
      Admissions Standards  Exceptionally High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg -
    • Acceptance Rate 47%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 40%
    • SAT Range 1330/1500
    • ACT Range 29/33
    • Average HS GPA 3.81
    • Students: 7,895
    • Tuition:$53,880
      Admissions Standards  Extremely High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg -
    • Acceptance Rate 43%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 37%
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    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

    • SAT Range 1220/1400
    • ACT Range 27/31
    • Average HS GPA 3.75*
    • Students: 2,613
    • Tuition:$54,420
      Admissions Standards  Very High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg
    • Acceptance Rate 27%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 25%
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    Skidmore College

    • SAT Range 1310/1440
    • ACT Range 28/32
    • Average HS GPA 3.6
    • Students: 17,768
    • Tuition:$9,853
      Admissions Standards  Extremely High Standards
    • Your 3.7 GPA  Avg +
    • Acceptance Rate 40%
    • Estimated Admission Chance 46%
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    SUNY at Binghamton