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Our 2016 psychology rankings showcase the colleges offering the best online undergraduate psychology programs this year. We based our calculations on the quantifiable factors that we believe contribute to the ideal online learning experience: program cost; student-to-faculty ratio; and institutional financial aid, acceptance, retention, graduation, default, and default rate. Learn more

Top Online Psychology Colleges

  1. RankSchoolStudent to
    Faculty Ratio
    Graduation
    Rate
    Retention
    Rate
    Acceptance
    Rate
    Enrollment
    Rate
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    Default
    Rate
  2. Rank
    1
    School

    Simpson University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    52.44%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.15%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    57.36%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    37.03%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    5.50%
    Tuition
    $495 per credit hour online
    Address
    2211 College View Drive
    Redding, CA 96003-8606
    (530) 224-5600
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Through the ASPIRE degree completion program at Simpson University, adult learners who have already earned some college credit may finish their Bachelor of Arts in Psychology online. After participating in an online orientation, students take 12 five-week classes, one at a time, and complete a portfolio for their capstone project. This faith-based university requires students to take an Introduction to the Bible and Christianity class and a World Religions class as part of their degree; other courses include:

    • Foundations in Psychology
    • Learning and Motivation
    • Child Development
    • Social Psychology
    • Abnormal Psychology

    Students who wish to enroll in the ASPIRE online programs should have at least 73 credits or units of previous undergraduate coursework. The 16-month psychology degree completion program allows students to earn an additional 36 credits towards graduation. Those who enter the program with fewer than 84 credits are allowed to finish the ASPIRE courses, then fulfill the remaining requirements for their degree.

    Online Experience

    Online courses are accessed through the Moodle learning management system, and class materials can be accessed at any time. Each student is given a Simpson University Skype account to connect with their classmates and professors; students can also access digital resources through the library, career, and tutoring services and counselors online and with their Skypes. While completing the Moodle-based courses, students will be called upon to electronically:

    • Submit papers
    • Participate in class discussions
    • Create and give presentations
    • Work on group projects
    • Take exams
  3. Rank
    2
    School

    Corban University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.91%
    Retention
    Rate
    76.58%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    37.38%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    21.98%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    3.70%
    +
    Tuition
    $420 per credit hour online
    Address
    5000 Deer Park Dr SE
    Salem, OR 97317-9392
    (503) 581-8600
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    The School of Professional Studies at Corban University offers an undergraduate psychology degree entirely online. The program is open to those who have already earned some college credits and to those who are just beginning their undergraduate degree. All graduation requirements can be completed online, and students may be eligible to receive credit for previous academic and professional experiences.

    In addition to the major requirements, students choose either a Family Studies or Pre-Counseling/Clinical concentration for their degree. They must complete 129 semester credits to graduate, including:

    • 51 general education credits
    • 42 credits in the major
    • 36 elective credits

    All curriculum at CU is “informed by a biblical worldview.” General education courses include several classes in biblical and theological studies, which also adds a biblical studies minor to students’ degrees.

    Online Experience

    Online students tend to take up to three classes every eight weeks, and whether they choose a full-time or part-time course load, they are able to fit their studies around their schedules. Students access their online courses using the Converge learning platform. Upon logging into the system, students have access to their personalized dashboard, which shows them each of the classes they are currently enrolled, their lecture notes, class videos, and grades. Students are able to upload videos, images, and files relevant to their studies and are also able to submit assignment files directly from their computers or cloud storage.

  4. Rank
    3
    School

    LeTourneau University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    51.47%
    Retention
    Rate
    82.89%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    49.4%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    42.18%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    6.9%
    +
    Tuition
    $450 per credit hour online
    Address
    2100 S Mobberly Ave
    Longview, TX 75607-7001
    (903) 233-3000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    The online Bachelor of Science in Psychology at LeTourneau is based in the Christian faith, with the curriculum emphasizing the techniques of Christian counseling. This program prepares students to pursue a master’s degree or for employment in ministry, social work, counseling, or another related field.

    Undergraduate psychology students must earn 126 credit hours to graduate. Of the requirements, 45 are from classes in the major, including:

    • Personality Theory
    • Social Psychology
    • Physiological Psychology
    • History & Systems of Psychology
    • Theories & Techniques of Counseling

    General education courses, which fulfill 59 credit hours, include, among others, four theological and biblical classes, English composition and literature courses and history, mathematics and philosophy courses. The 22 elective credits can come from any approved department, and students who want to add a concentration to their degree can focus their electives on marriage and family therapy or professional counseling.

    Online Experience

    LeTU uses the Blackboard learning management system to provide access to online and digital course materials. Through this LMS’s interface, students can view their courses, send emails, and participate on discussion boards. Each class has its own site within Blackboard, and the system allows teachers to upload syllabi, lectures, and assignments directly to their sites.

    Nontraditional students have access to a number of resources, including academic advising, career services, library catalogs, and databases and a live stream of the school’s chapel services.

  5. Rank
    4
    School

    Midway College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    43.33%
    Retention
    Rate
    79.75%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    58.22%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    34.53%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    96%
    Default
    Rate
    10.30%
    +
    Tuition
    $395 per credit hour online
    Address
    512 E. Stephens St
    Midway, KY 40347-1120
    (859) 846-4421
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Students of Midway’s online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology are prepared for entry-level employment in most human services. They are able to concentrate their degrees on child development, education psychology, counseling, or another of psychology’s subfields.

    Traditionally a women’s college, Midway offers coeducational enrollment in its online programs, allowing men and women an opportunity to receive a high-quality education when it best fits their schedules. Undergraduates must complete 124 semester hours for graduation. Many enroll in the online psychology degree program with at least 40 transfer credits from a regionally accredited school; those who transfer credits from a previous institution can complete their degree in as little as 18 months. Graduation requirements include:

    • General Education: 37 semester hours
    • Electives: 48 semester hours
    • Supporting Courses: 9 semester hours
    • Psychology Requirements: 30 semester hours

    Online Experience

    Online students access their course materials, connect with professors and classmates, and complete assignments using the Moodle learning management system. The school provides several tutorials to help students navigate the interface. Distance students have complete access to the school’s library and bookstore.

  6. Rank
    5
    School

    Regis University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    59.05%
    Retention
    Rate
    77.89%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    96.04%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    20.68%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    95%
    Default
    Rate
    3.20%
    +
    Tuition
    $460 per credit hour online
    Address
    3333 Regis Blvd
    Denver, CO 80221-1099
    (800) 388-23662111
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    With the Bachelor of Science in Applied Psychology at Regis University, students can earn their degree entirely online. The program allows students to focus their studies on health psychology or positive psychology, and graduates are prepared for employment in their fields by a curriculum that combines the theoretical and practical applications of psychology.

    Undergraduates complete at least 128 credit hours for graduation. They have the option to add a 12-credit hour minor or a 15-credit hour specialization to their degrees, which lowers the number of required elective credits from 41 to 29. Students with previous college or work experience may be able to apply that towards their graduation requirements; transfer credits usually cover general education and lower-level courses. Upper-division psychology courses include:

    • Understanding Trauma and PTSD
    • Behavioral and Stress Management
    • Psychology of Intimate Relationships
    • Special Topics in Psychology: Psychology of Gender
    • Senior Capstone

    Online Experience

    Online courses at Regis are delivered through WorldClass. This system allows students to access course materials from anywhere and at any time. If courses require the use of textbooks, students are able to order these from the school’s bookstore online. They also have access to:

    • All of the library’s databases and electronic materials
    • The Learning Commons tutoring and writing center
    • Career services
    • Online tech support
  7. Rank
    6
    School

    Northeastern University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    81.62%
    Retention
    Rate
    96.19%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    32.22%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.34%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    69%
    Default
    Rate
    4.20%
    +
    Tuition
    $378 per credit hour online
    Address
    360 Huntington Ave
    Boston, MA 02115-5005
    (617) 373-2000
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Northeastern University’s online Bachelor of Science in Psychology is designed to give students a strong base in psychological theory. It prepares those who earn the degree for further study or a career in a field related to psychology. The 160-quarter hour program can be completed in four years of full-time study; part-time students typically earn their degree within seven years.

    Students complete 69 quarter hours of major courses to graduate. Among other topics, psychology students focus on the different levels of human development, what motivates people, how emotions function, and how we learn. The remaining quarter hour requirements are broken down into:

    • Core Curriculum: 33 quarter hours
    • Foundation Courses: 36 quarter hours
    • Open Electives: 22 quarter hours

    Online Experience

    NEU uses the Blackboard learning management system to provide access to online classes. Students unfamiliar with this LMS can watch several demonstration videos that outline how to navigate the interface, submit assignments, view grades, and connect with professors and peers. They will also connect using the Collaborate conferencing tool to meet online at set times. Through Smarthinking, students can pursue one on one tutoring in the subjects they struggle with most.

  8. Rank
    7
    School

    Judson University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    49.72%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.15%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    73.12%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    39.11%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    6%
    +
    Tuition
    $510 per credit hour online
    Address
    1151 N State St
    Elgin, IL 60123-1498
    (847) 628-2500
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    The applied psychology degree completion program at Judson University gives students the opportunity to put theory into practice. Offered completely online, students meet with their classes synchronously once a week and can access their course materials whenever they need to outside of class time. Classes are taught by experienced professors who hold degrees related to the field.

    The curriculum is faith-based and gives students the foundation they need to continue on to graduate studies. Through the required internship at an organization of the students’ choosing and a capstone research project, students put psychology theories into practice. They must complete 46 hours of coursework, including classes in:

    • Faith and Life Issues
    • Interpersonal Communication and Relationships
    • Psychological Disorders
    • Cultural Competence

    Online Experience

    Students log in to their eLearn portal through MyJudson. The online class interface is based on the Moodle learning management system; students are able to access materials, communicate with classmates, and complete tasks all in one spot. Online students have access to the resources provided by the Student Success Center, including tutoring, the writing center, proctoring services, and the library.

  9. Rank
    8
    School

    Dallas Baptist University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    54.6%
    Retention
    Rate
    72.34%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    46.21%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    38.35%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    86%
    Default
    Rate
    6.90%
    +
    Tuition
    $775 per credit hour online
    Address
    3000 Mountain Creek Parkway
    Dallas, TX 75211-9299
    (214) 333-7100
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    The College of Professional Studies at Dallas Baptist University offers a Bachelor of Arts and Science in Psychology degree online. The program consists of 120 semester hours of coursework. Students who have already completed some college may be able to transfer their credits to apply towards their graduation, but at least 30 credits must be earned from DBU. This can translate to students enrolling at DBU specifically to complete the psychology major courses; along with six hours of upper-division electives, classes include:

    • Marriage and Family
    • Integration of Psychology/Christianity
    • Human Growth and Development
    • Counseling Theories and Techniques

    Online Experience

    DBU uses Blackboard for course delivery. Students unfamiliar with this learning management system can view a demo that will walk them through logging in and navigating how classes are laid out and accessed. If they run into any problems, they can contact tech support, a 24/7 helpdesk or the DBU online office. They also have access to the school’s library and a writing center to help with assignments.

  10. Rank
    9
    School

    University of Florida

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    21/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    87.51%
    Retention
    Rate
    96.11%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    45.61%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    49.82%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    29%
    Default
    Rate
    3.60%
    +
    Tuition
    $112 per credit in state
    $500 per credit out of state
    Address
    Gainesville, FL 32611
    (352) 392-3261
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    Students can pursue the University of Florida’s online Bachelor of Arts in Psychology as a degree completion or full program. The admission process for transfer students is very competitive, and students who fail to meet the school’s conditions will be removed from the online psychology program.

    Overall, students must earn 120 credits to graduate. The complete program, taken on a full-time schedule, can be completed in four years. The curriculum is designed to give students an understanding of the four substantive areas of psychology: biological bases, developmental changes, learning and cognition, and sociocultural approaches and influences. Courses in these areas include:

    • Sensory Processes
    • Developmental Psychology
    • Principles of Behavior Analysis
    • Psychology of Personality

    Online Experience

    The UFL is moving to the Canvas learning management system for online course delivery. After logging into MyUFL, students can view school-wide and class announcements and their personal to do list, access their current courses, complete assignments, and connect with professors and classmates. The Academic Helpdesk provides answers to e-learning FAQs to guide students through their online courses.

  11. Rank
    10
    School

    DeSales University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    70.65%
    Retention
    Rate
    84.17%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    79.65%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    19.27%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    3.10%
    +
    Tuition
    $459 per credit hour online
    Address
    2755 Station Avenue
    Center Valley, PA 18034-9568
    (610) 282-1100
    Websites
    Program Page
    School Description

    About the Program

    DeSales offers an online bachelor’s degree in psychology that prepares students for graduate study or employment in the field. To graduate, students must complete 40 classes, earning 120 credits. Students are allowed to transfer up to 75 credits into the undergraduate psychology program, and credit can be earned for work, military, or life experiences, as well as previous college courses.

    Major courses for this degree include:

    • Psychobiology
    • Forensic Psychology
    • Psychopharmacology
    • The Unseen Reality: Psychology of Spiritual Experience
    • Dangerous Minds: the Psychology of Antisocial Behavior

    Online Experience

    Students use Blackboard to navigate their online classes. Through this learning management system’s interface, they complete assignments, connect with classmates and instructors, and monitor their grades. While online students can access their course materials at any time, their classes may be taught in a blend of synchronous and asynchronous. This means students may be required to log in to the class server at set times to participate in “live” class discussions, presentations and lectures. To familiarize online learners with Blackboard, DeSales has provided a virtual tour of the system.

Additional Schools

  1. Rank
    11
    School

    Rowan University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    66.7%
    Retention
    Rate
    84.01%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    43.57%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    44.19%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    52%
    Default
    Rate
    5.20%
  2. Rank
    12
    School

    Drexel University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    67.36%
    Retention
    Rate
    84.01%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    76.01%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    8.11%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    3.50%
  3. Rank
    13
    School

    Cedar Crest College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    69.07%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.29%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    52.33%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    26.07%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    7.30%
  4. Rank
    14
    School

    Endicott College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    73.1%
    Retention
    Rate
    83.47%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    73.15%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    27.28%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    86%
    Default
    Rate
    2.80%
  5. Rank
    15
    School

    Baker University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    57.68%
    Retention
    Rate
    80%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    69.53%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.39%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    6.10%
  6. Rank
    16
    School

    McKendree University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    56.49%
    Retention
    Rate
    76.23%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    61.15%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    35.05%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    8%
  7. Rank
    17
    School

    Palm Beach Atlantic University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    54.95%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.7%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    95.27%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    35.17%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    6%
  8. Rank
    17
    School

    Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    8/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    45.45%
    Retention
    Rate
    81.97%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    100%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    29.23%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    4.60%
  9. Rank
    19
    School

    Brandman University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    N/A
    Retention
    Rate
    N/A
    Acceptance
    Rate
    73.17%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    80%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    10%
    Default
    Rate
    3.50%
  10. Rank
    20
    School

    Concordia University - Saint Paul

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    46.45%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.04%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    53.24%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    31.68%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    85%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  11. Rank
    21
    School

    Azusa Pacific University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    N/A
    Graduation
    Rate
    N/A
    Retention
    Rate
    N/A
    Acceptance
    Rate
    N/A
    Enrollment
    Rate
    N/A
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    N/A
    Default
    Rate
    4.10%
  12. Rank
    22
    School

    DePaul University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    71.21%
    Retention
    Rate
    87.16%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    69.88%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.64%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    94%
    Default
    Rate
    6%
  13. Rank
    23
    School

    Albertus Magnus College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    49.74%
    Retention
    Rate
    83.94%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    N/A
    Enrollment
    Rate
    N/A
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    81%
    Default
    Rate
    7%
  14. Rank
    24
    School

    Huntington University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    58.91%
    Retention
    Rate
    86.22%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    97.11%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.58%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    5.40%
  15. Rank
    25
    School

    Lesley University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    N/A
    Graduation
    Rate
    N/A
    Retention
    Rate
    N/A
    Acceptance
    Rate
    N/A
    Enrollment
    Rate
    N/A
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    N/A
    Default
    Rate
    4.40%
  16. Rank
    26
    School

    Northwest Christian University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    66.25%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.51%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    71.91%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.47%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    4%
  17. Rank
    27
    School

    Crown College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    57.14%
    Retention
    Rate
    66.16%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    28.4%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.8%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    89%
    Default
    Rate
    6.10%
  18. Rank
    27
    School

    Greenville College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    47.54%
    Retention
    Rate
    70.4%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    55.68%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    23.47%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    94%
    Default
    Rate
    6.70%
  19. Rank
    29
    School

    Concordia University - Irvine

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    10/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.83%
    Retention
    Rate
    78.55%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    86.08%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.42%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  20. Rank
    30
    School

    Loyola University Chicago

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    73.35%
    Retention
    Rate
    86.22%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    63.34%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    17.72%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    4.60%
  21. Rank
    30
    School

    King University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    54.35%
    Retention
    Rate
    76.06%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    56.68%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    35.17%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    82%
    Default
    Rate
    5.50%
  22. Rank
    32
    School

    Northwest University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    13/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    53.03%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.63%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    96.12%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    43.27%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    4.60%
  23. Rank
    33
    School

    Lakeland College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    53.11%
    Retention
    Rate
    68.69%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    54.7%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    46.32%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    6.20%
  24. Rank
    34
    School

    Caldwell College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    61.59%
    Retention
    Rate
    84.24%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    63.93%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.38%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    6.80%
  25. Rank
    35
    School

    St Andrews University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    29.71%
    Retention
    Rate
    60.11%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    57.13%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    28.92%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    94%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  26. Rank
    36
    School

    University of Central Florida

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    31/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    69.7%
    Retention
    Rate
    87.5%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    49.61%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    39.25%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    44%
    Default
    Rate
    5.40%
  27. Rank
    37
    School

    Rivier University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    17/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    51.22%
    Retention
    Rate
    74.18%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    62.56%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    16.67%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    4.30%
  28. Rank
    38
    School

    Robert Morris University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    62.17%
    Retention
    Rate
    82.89%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    76.2%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    18.7%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    87%
    Default
    Rate
    4.90%
  29. Rank
    39
    School

    Washington State University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    67.24%
    Retention
    Rate
    80.11%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    82.08%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    34.07%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    51%
    Default
    Rate
    4%
  30. Rank
    39
    School

    Florida Institute of Technology

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    9/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    54.96%
    Retention
    Rate
    75.54%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    61.57%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    14.61%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    15%
  31. Rank
    41
    School

    Montreat College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    37.29%
    Retention
    Rate
    58.25%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    46.06%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    29.62%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    7.90%
  32. Rank
    42
    School

    University of North Dakota

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    19/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.49%
    Retention
    Rate
    79.7%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    86%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    47.75%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    30%
    Default
    Rate
    3.6%
  33. Rank
    43
    School

    Valley Forge Christian College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    48.05%
    Retention
    Rate
    73.13%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    93.04%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    34.81%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    10.7%
  34. Rank
    44
    School

    Saint Joseph's College of Maine

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    11/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    62.62%
    Retention
    Rate
    76.97%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    78.53%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    22.75%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    97%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  35. Rank
    45
    School

    Liberty University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50.41%
    Retention
    Rate
    69.1%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    22.32%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    46.81%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    78%
    Default
    Rate
    7.90%
  36. Rank
    46
    School

    Belhaven University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    50.21%
    Retention
    Rate
    65.9%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    71.69%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    20.02%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    5.60%
  37. Rank
    47
    School

    Trinity International University - Illinois

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    14/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    46.27%
    Retention
    Rate
    77.47%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    100%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    40.81%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    100%
    Default
    Rate
    N/A
  38. Rank
    48
    School

    Avila University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    12/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    48.63%
    Retention
    Rate
    70.88%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    51.98%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    21.54%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    98%
    Default
    Rate
    7.90%
  39. Rank
    49
    School

    California Baptist University

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    18/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    55.38%
    Retention
    Rate
    82.52%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    79.67%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    32.76%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    93%
    Default
    Rate
    6.70%
  40. Rank
    49
    School

    Missouri Valley College

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    16/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    28.2%
    Retention
    Rate
    51.52%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    43.78%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    42.03%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    99%
    Default
    Rate
    10%
  41. Rank
    49
    School

    University of Charleston

    St to Faculty
    Ratio
    15/1
    Graduation
    Rate
    35.05%
    Retention
    Rate
    61.25%
    Acceptance
    Rate
    60.77%
    Enrollment
    Rate
    30.85%
    Institutional
    Aid Rate
    90%
    Default
    Rate
    8.30%

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