The least selective four year colleges in are presented below. Our ranking is comprised of institutions which accept over fifty percent of student applications. Leading the least selective list is BryanLGH College of Health Sciences which sent acceptance letters to 87% of the 100 students who applied and rejected 13%. Just because a school is less selective doesn't mean it's a lesser school academically or easy to get into. If a school receives predominantly applications from well qualified prospective students and has a large student body, it may accept a high proportion of applications. This does not mean that it's necessarily easier for lesser qualified students to get into a less selective school.
|Rank||College||Percent Admitted||Academic Difficulty|
|1||BryanLGH College of Health Sciences
|2||University of Nebraska at Omaha
|3||University of Nebraska at Kearney
|5||University of Nebraska Lincoln
|6||Nebraska Wesleyan University
|7||Concordia University Seward