Teller Tales

The Wall St. Journal ranks, lists 500 (of 1,000) U.S. colleges, some reported here, judges how well they prepare students for life after graduation, including graduate salaries, academic resources, how well it engages students, diversity of students and staff.

1. Harvard 2. Columbia 3. M.I.T. 4. Stanford 5. Duke 6. Yale 9. Princeton 10. Cornell 11. Chicago Washington 12. Dartmouth 13. John Hopkins 15. Northwestern 24. Notre Dame 28. Wellesley 69. Ohio State 71. Wisconsin 100. William & Mary 134. Brigham Young 135. Creighton 145. Iowa 147. Stony Brook 174. Colorado 188. Baylor 194. V.M.I. 255. Oklahoma 268. Kansas 286. Oregon 292. Iowa State 312. Tennessee 330. Missouri 355. Kansas State 377. West Virginia 413. Oklahoma State 460. Texas-Dallas 467. Nebraska-Lincoln 495. Texas Tech

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