Education Colleges Ranking 2014

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Author: Carla Abraham

We are providing you with a National Education Colleges Ranking 2014. We have focused our ranking on 5 main criteria; Tuition cost, Financial aid, Admission Rate, Graduation Rate and Number of Students Enrolled.

Education is a hugely rewarding career field. Looking back in your academic career, it is more than likely that you had a teacher who impacted your life in a some way.  Choosing the right college to complete your education degree is the first step in getting the knowledge and skills to achieve your goals.

There are many branches of education such as elementary education and secondary education, for example. Choosing a college program to meet your needs involves assessing your interests and career goals.

We know that rankings are not the only criteria to use when choosing your Education Program but we hope we can assist you in making a more informed decision.

RankingCollegeTuitionFinancial AidAdmissionsGraduation RateStudentsWebsite
1Gainesville State College$2,570$8,
2University of Wyoming$3,927$19,
3University of Puerto Rico-Bayamon$2,076$6,
4University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras Campus$1,878$7,
5University of Puerto Rico-Aguadilla$2,683$9,
6University of Michigan-Ann Arbor$11,837$17,
7The University of Texas at El Paso$8,020$17,
8University of Puerto Rico-Mayaguez$2,876$10,
9University of Puerto Rico at Cayey$2,876$8,
10University of Puerto Rico-Humacao$2,876$7,
11Pennsylvania State University-Main Campus$15,250$12,
12University of Pittsburgh-Pittsburgh Campus$14,936$16,
13University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill$6,665$14,
14University of Florida$5,044$12,
15University of Puerto Rico-Utuado$2,076$7,
16University of Georgia$8,736$12,
17Eastern Michigan University$8,378$19,
18Missouri State University$6,276$20,
19University of Puerto Rico-Arecibo$2,076$4,
20The College of New Jersey$13,293$14,
21University of Washington-Seattle Campus$8,701$15,
22University of Wisconsin-Madison$8,983$12,
23University of Puerto Rico in Ponce$2,683$9,
24Florida Atlantic University$3,835$11,
25University of Maryland-College Park$8,416$13,
26West Virginia State University$4,544$15,
27Metropolitan State University$5,923$12,
28Citadel Military College of South Carolina$9,871$23,
29Washburn University$6,296$11,
30South Carolina State University$9,198$22,
31University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign$13,096$14,
32Jackson State University$5,050$21,
33Oklahoma Panhandle State University$4,894$11,
34Southern University at New Orleans$3,360$5,
35Indiana University-Bloomington$9,028$14,73469%89%1,
36University of Idaho$5,402$20,
37Kansas State University$7,376$10,
38Fayetteville State University$3,476$12,
39Nevada State College$3,563$15,
40Miami University-Oxford$12,786$16,