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Our 2015 Rankings of Midwestern Regional Universities are based exclusively on factors actual college freshmen said were most important to their college decision. According to the most recent nationwide survey published by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA, these factors include academic reputation, financial aid offerings, overall cost, and success of graduates in the post-college job market. Each of these factors were weighted equally in our ranking and data was derived from a variety of publicly available sources, including U.S. News & World Report, the National Center for Education Statistics, and PayScale.
 
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University of Indianapolis
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The University of Indianapolis is a private university located in suburban Indianapolis, Indiana, affiliated with the United Methodist Church. It was founded in 1902 and currently enrolls approximately 5,200 students. It offers 82 undergraduate majors and operates with an endowment of $54.3 million.

Academic reputation score: 55
Average financial aid: $13,328
Average net price: $21,158
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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McKendree University
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McKendree University is a private liberal arts college in Lebanon, Illinois, which is near St. Louis. It was founded in 1828 and is also affiliated with the United Methodist Church. It enrolls approximately 2,300 undergraduates and offers more than fifty major fields of study and forty-five minors. It operates with an endowment of $28.2 million.

Academic reputation score: 45
Average financial aid: $18,684
Average net price: $16,450
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Alverno College
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Alverno College is a private liberal arts women’s college in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is affiliated with the Franciscan Sisters of the Roman Catholic Church and was founded in 1887. It enrolls approximately 2,800 students and operates with an endowment of $16.7 million. While its graduate programs are open to both women and men, its undergraduate programs are limited to women.

Academic reputation score: 45
Average financial aid: $14,338
Average net price: $15,279
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Wisconsin Whitewater
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UW-Whitewater is part of the University of Wisconsin system and located in Whitewater, Wisconsin. Founded in 1868, it is a four-year public university that enrolls over 10,000 undergraduates. It offers six bachelors degrees as well as a number of pre-professional programs (dentistry, law, medicine, et al.). It is also well known for an excellent NCAA Division III athletic program.

Academic reputation score: 53
Average financial aid: $3,901
Average net price: $10,518
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Minnesota Duluth
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UM-Duluth, located in Duluth, Minnesota, was founded in 1902 and officially became part of the University of Minnesota system in 1947. It is a public research university that offers fourteen bachelors degrees and eighty-five majors in addition to graduate programs. It enrolls approximately 9,200 undergraduates and operates with an endowment of $72 million.

Academic reputation score: 53
Average financial aid: $6,317
Average net price: $15,718
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Ferris State University
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Ferris State University, a public university located in both Big Rapids, Michigan, and Grand Rapids, Michigan, was founded in 1884. With approximately 13,500 undergraduates, it is one of the larger regional schools on our list. It offers both two- and four-year degrees through eight academic colleges in addition to graduate and professional programs. It operates with a $40.2 million endowment.

Academic reputation score: 47
Average financial aid: $7,838
Average net price: $13,235
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Western Illinois University
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Western Illinois University is a public institution located in Macomb, Illinois. It was founded in 1899 as a teachers’ school but now offers a full range of degree programs to 11,300 undergraduates via sixty-nine undergraduate majors. It operates with an endowment of $32.1 million.

Academic reputation score: 52
Average financial aid: $8,679
Average net price: $15,088
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Olivet Nazarene University
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Olivet Nazarene is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Church of the Nazarene and one of the largest member schools of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Located in Bourbonnais, Illinois, it was founded in 1907 as a grammar school and now enrolls more than 4,500 students, 2,600 of which are undergraduates. It offers sixty-seven major areas of study and operates with an endowment of $13.6 million.

Academic reputation score: 51
Average financial aid: $17,545
Average net price: $19,929
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Carroll University
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Carroll is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) in Waukesha, Wisconsin. It was founded in 1846 and offers over sixty major areas of study. It has an undergraduate population of approximately 3,000 and enrolls another 300 postgraduate students.

Academic reputation score: 55
Average financial aid: $14,698
Average net price: $21,361
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Baker University
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Baker University is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church in Baldwin City, Kansas. It was founded in 1858, making it the oldest university in the state of Kansas. It enrolls approximately 2,000 undergraduate students and offers degree programs through four schools, including the School of Professional and Graduate Studies, which enrolls another 1,200 postgraduate students.

Academic reputation score: 47
Average financial aid: $17,384
Average net price: $18,964
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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St. Ambrose University
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St. Ambrose is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church in Davenport, Iowa. It was established in 1882 as a seminary and business school for men but now offers a full range of degrees in the arts and sciences with a strong focus on the liberal arts. It is primarily an undergraduate institution with an undergraduate population of approximately 2,700 and less than 1,000 postgraduates.

Academic reputation score: 60
Average financial aid: $14,659
Average net price: $22,596
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
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SIU-Edwardsville is a public university in Edwardsville, Illinois, affiliated with SIU-Carbondale. It was founded in 1957 as an extension of SIU-Carbondale. It enrolls more than 11,000 undergraduates as well as 2,000 postgraduates and 500 doctoral students. It offers sixty-five bachelors degrees and operates with an endowment of $16.4 million.

Academic reputation score: 53
Average financial aid: $6,327
Average net price: $14,294
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Aquinas College
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Aquinas College is a private liberal arts college in Grand Rapids, Michigan, affiliated with the Dominican Sisters of the Roman Catholic Church. It was founded in 1886 as a novitiate school for women and became a co-ed college in 1923. It enrolls approximately 1,600 undergraduates and operates with an endowment of $20.2 million.

Academic reputation score: 49
Average financial aid: $18,986
Average net price: $14,198
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Illinois Springfield
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Illinois Springfield is one of the universities in the University of Illinois system, of which it became a part in 1995 after having been founded in 1970. It has a total student population of approximately 5,000, and undergraduates comprise approximately 3,000 of that number. It offers twenty-three undergraduate degrees and operates with an endowment of $12.1 million.

Academic reputation score: 61
Average financial aid: $8,063
Average net price: $13,513
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
Admissions website
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Grand Valley State University
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Grand Valley is the third school on our list located in west Michigan, an area that is currently experiencing remarkable growth. It is a public liberal arts university whose primary campus is in Allendale, Michigan, with other campuses located in downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan, Holland, Traverse City, and Muskegon. It enrolls over 21,000 undergraduate students eighty-two undergraduate programs, making it the largest school on our list thus far. It operates with an endowment in excess of $100 million.

Academic reputation score: 60
Average financial aid: $5,650
Average net price: $15,390
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Malone University
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Malone is a private liberal arts college located in Canton, Ohio, affiliated with the Quaker tradition (Religious Society of Friends). It was founded in 1892 as the Cleveland Bible College, became Malone College in 1957, and Malone University in 2008. It offers eighty major areas of study to an undergraduate population of just over 2,000 and operates on an endowment of $16 million.

Academic reputation score: 53
Average financial aid: $15,844
Average net price: $18,355
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Lawrence Technological University
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Lawrence Tech is a private college located in Southfield, Michigan, that specializes in engineering, sciences, math, architecture, and business. It was founded in 1932 by brothers Russell E. Lawrence and E. George Lawrence in response to the Great Depression. It enrolls approximately 4,000 students total, and is consistently ranked among the region’s top schools for its areas of specialty.

Academic reputation score: 50
Average financial aid: $13,410
Average net price: $23,586
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Wisconsin La Crosse
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UW-La Crosse, another member of the University of Wisconsin system, is a public university in La Crosse, Wisconsin. It was founded in 1909 as a teachers’ college, became a state college in 1951, and became part of the UW system in 1971. Slightly smaller than UW-Whitewater, it enrolls approximately 9,600 undergraduate students, who pursue undergraduate degrees in over forty different disciplines. Its endowment exceeds $41 million.

Academic reputation score: 62
Average financial aid: $2,720
Average net price: $12,279
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Webster University
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Webster is a private university with multiple locations both domestically and internationally. Founded in 1915, its primary campus is located in Webster Groves, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. It enrolls 22,000 students across its various campuses and still boasts a relatively low faculty-to-student ratio of less than 15:1. It operates with an endowment of over $87 million.

Academic reputation score: 65
Average financial aid: $15,912
Average net price: $22,452
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Wisconsin Eau Claire
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UW-Eau Claire, the third member of the University of Wisconsin system on our list, is a public liberal arts university located in Eau Claire, Wisconsin. Its undergraduate population is roughly similar to UW-Whitewater at just over 10,000 students, and it offers roughly 80 different undergraduate majors. Its endowment is $37.5 million.

Academic reputation score: 60
Average financial aid: $3,422
Average net price: $12,204
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Capital University
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Capital, a private liberal arts research university in Bexley, Ohio (a suburb of Columbus), was founded in 1830 by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It enrolls approximately 3,600 students, 2,800 of which are undergraduates pursuing sixty major areas of study. Its endowment exceeds $53 million.

Academic reputation score: 56
Average financial aid: $19,045
Average net price: $23,213
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
Admissions website
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Indiana Wesleyan University
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Although mostly known today for its rapidly expanding online programs, Indiana Wesleyan is also the largest private university in the state of Indiana and the largest member school of the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities. Founded in 1920 by the Wesleyan Church, it currently enrolls approximately 3,000 undergraduates at its Marion, Indiana, campus and another 7,800 in its other campuses. (It enrolls another 4,500 postgraduate students.) It operates with a $107 million endowment.

Academic reputation score: 68
Average financial aid: $9,215
Average net price: $22,928
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of St. Francis
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University of St. Francis, located in Joliet, Illinois, is a private Roman Catholic liberal arts university founded by the Franciscans in 1920. It has roughly equal numbers of undergraduates and postgraduates (1,600 each), and its undergraduates pursue any of over fifty major areas of study.

Academic reputation score: 55
Average financial aid: $17,938
Average net price: $17,322
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Bethel University
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Bethel University is a private liberal arts college founded in 1871 by what is now known as the Baptist General Conference. Its primary campus is located in Arden Hills, Minnesota, a suburb of St. Paul, and it also operates a satellite campus as well as numerous online degree programs. 2,800 undergraduate students are enrolled at the main campus, and it operates on an endowment of $35.2 million.

Academic reputation score: 65
Average financial aid: $15,396
Average net price: $25,892
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Lewis University
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Lewis University in Romeoville, Illinois, is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. It was established in 1932 and quickly became known as a leading regional school. Its undergraduates number nearly 4,600 and it operates on an endowment of $46.2 million.

Academic reputation score: 58
Average financial aid: $15,527
Average net price: $17,638
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Northern Iowa
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University of Northern Iowa, located in Cedar Falls, Iowa, is a public university founded in 1876. It has over 12,000 undergraduate students pursuing among more than ninety major areas of study and is frequently listed as a top regional school. It operates with an endowment of $65.8 million.

Academic reputation score: 69
Average financial aid: $4,746
Average net price: $13,778
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Michigan Dearborn
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One of two satellite campuses of University of Michigan Ann Arbor, UM-Dearborn is a regional public research university located in Dearborn, Michigan. It enrolls approximately 9,000 students total, 7,300 of which are undergraduates. Although founded relatively recently in 1959, it now offers over ninety undergraduate degree programs alone as well as graduate programs. It operates with an endowment of $30.3 million.

Academic reputation score: 56
Average financial aid: $5,826
Average net price: $8,940
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Drury University
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Drury is a private liberal arts school in Springfield, Missouri, affiliated with the United Church of Christ. It was founded in 1873 by Congregationalist missionaries and now offers fifty-four major areas of study to approximately 1,500 undergraduate students, while its postgraduate population approaches nearly 4,000. Its endowment exceeds $74 million.

Academic reputation score: 77
Average financial aid: $10,200
Average net price: $20,891
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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North Central College
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North Central College is located in Naperville, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. It is a private liberal arts college founded in 1861 by the United Methodist Church and today has approximately 2,700 undergraduate students. It is particularly strong in the arts and has an endowment in excess of $100 million.

Academic reputation score: 69
Average financial aid: $17,274
Average net price: $22,434
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Otterbein University
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Otterbein is another private liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Located in Westerville, Ohio, it was originally founded in 1847 by the Brethrens. Its undergraduate population of approximately 3,000 pursues among fifty-six major areas of study.

Academic reputation score: 68
Average financial aid: $17,944
Average net price: $22,350
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Augsburg College
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Located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Augsburg is a private liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. It was founded in 1869 as a seminary and now offers undergraduate degrees in over fifty major areas of study to approximately 3,000 undergraduates. Its endowment is $33 million.

Academic reputation score: 62
Average financial aid: $18,322
Average net price: $22,130
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Truman State University
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Truman State is a public liberal arts college in Kirksville, Missouri. Founded in 1867 and known until 1996 as Northeast Missouri State University, it enrolls nearly 6,000 undergraduate students pursuing forty-eight major areas of study. It emphasizes a broad education in the liberal arts and sciences and has an endowment of nearly $38 million.

Academic reputation score: 73
Average financial aid: $6,841
Average net price: $12,322
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Baldwin Wallace University
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Baldwin Wallace, another United Methodist Church affiliated institution, is a private liberal arts college located in Berea, Ohio. It was founded in 1845 by Methodist settlers and now offers over fifty majors to approximately 3,500 undergraduates. Known for its programs in education, business, and neuroscience, it operates with an endowment of nearly $120 million.

Academic reputation score: 68
Average financial aid: $16,383
Average net price: $20,294
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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St. Catherine University
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Known as the College of St. Catherine until 2009, St. Catherine University is a private Catholic liberal arts women’s university located in St. Paul, Minnesota. Founded in 1905 by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, it is one of the largest women’s colleges in the United States. Its 3,600 undergraduate students pursue a full range of major areas of study, the school is known particularly for its emphasis on ethics and business in its curriculum.

Academic reputation score: 69
Average financial aid: $16,383
Average net price: $20,294
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Ursuline College
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Ursuline College, located in Pepper Pike, Ohio, is another private liberal arts college for women affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. It was founded in 1871 and has a much smaller student population of less than 1,000. While it offers a full range of programs, it is particularly well known for its programs in art therapy, nursing, and education.

Academic reputation score: 50
Average financial aid: $20,708
Average net price: $14,747
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Dominican University
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Dominican University in River Forest, Illinois, is a private research university affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church. Founded in 1848 as St. Clara College, it became Rosary College in 1901 before taking on its current name in 1997. It enrolls a total of 3,900 students (undergraduate and graduate) and offers over fifty major areas of study. It operates with an endowment of nearly $20 million.

Academic reputation score: 69
Average financial aid: $18,090
Average net price: $17,124
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Detroit Mercy
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Detroit Mercy is another private Catholic university. It was founded in 1877 as Detroit College and took on its current name after a merger with Mercy College of Detroit in 1990. Its undergraduate population approaches 3,000, and it offers over one hundred degree programs for undergraduates and graduates. Its endowment is $40 million.

Academic reputation score: 63
Average financial aid: $22,848
Average net price: $22,235
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Hamline University
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Hamline, also located in St. Paul, Minnesota, is another private liberal arts college affiliated with the United Methodist Church. Established in 1854, it is the oldest higher education institution in Minnesota and offers thirty-eight major areas of study to its 2,100 undergraduates. It has a larger postgraduate population of 2,800 and operates on an endowment of $90 million.

Academic reputation score: 72
Average financial aid: $21,193
Average net price: $22,235
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
Admissions website
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Elmhurst College
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Elmhurst College, a private liberal arts college in Elmhurst, Illinois, was founded in 1871 as a seminary for German Protestants and is now affiliated with the United Church of Christ. It is primarily an undergraduate institution, with 3,400 undergraduates enrolled in twenty-two different academic departments. Its endowment currently approaches $100 million.

Academic reputation score: 72
Average financial aid: $19,974
Average net price: $19,300
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Kettering University
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Kettering University, located in Flint, Michigan, is a private institution that focuses its curriculum on business, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. It was founded in 1919 as a preparatory school for the automotive industry and maintains close ties to that field. It has approximately 1,700 undergraduates and an endowment of $74 million.

Academic reputation score: 64
Average financial aid: $17,214
Average net price: $28,101
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Rockhurst University
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Rockhurst University is a private Jesuit university located in Kansas City, Missouri. Founded as Rockhurst College in 1909, it received university status in 1999. It enrolls approximately 2,100 undergraduate students in its fifty programs and emphasizes leadership and service in addition to academics. Its endowment exceeds $36 million.

Academic reputation score: 66
Average financial aid: $20,924
Average net price: $20,589
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Milwaukee School of Engineering
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Milwaukee School of Engineering in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a private university that focuses on engineering, business, mathematics, and nursing. It was founded in 1903 and enrolls approximately 2,500 students. Its endowment approaches $50 million.

Academic reputation score: 65
Average financial aid: $19,586
Average net price: $24,681
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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University of Evansville
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The University of Evansville is a private liberal arts college in Evansville, Indiana, affiliated with the United Methodist Church. It was established in 1854 as a coeducational institution and now enrolls nearly 2,300 undergraduates and a small number of postgraduates. Its theater department is known internationally, but the school offers a full range of degrees in the arts and sciences. Its endowment currently approaches $118 million.

Academic reputation score: 76
Average financial aid: $20,866
Average net price: $20,407
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Drake University
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Drake is a private university located in Des Moines, Iowa. Originally founded in 1881 by the Disciples of Christ, it no longer maintains a religious affiliation. Although well known for its professional programs in business and law, it also offers a full range of degrees in the arts and sciences to its 3,100 undergraduates. Its endowment sits at $185 million.

Academic reputation score: 91
Average financial aid: $15,225
Average net price: $26,027
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Xavier University
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Xavier is a private liberal arts Jesuit university located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is a mid-size regional school with approximately 4,500 undergraduate students and 2,100 graduate students. It offers over eighty major areas of study and requires broad training in the liberal arts through its Core Curriculum. Its endowment is nearly $145 million.

Academic reputation score: 89
Average financial aid: $15,932
Average net price: $27,948
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Butler University
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Butler University is a private university located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Originally founded in 1855 by members of the Disciples of Christ, it now has no official ties to any religious group. It is primarily an undergraduate school, with over 4,000 students enrolled in over sixty major academic fields of study. Its endowment currently sits at $155 million.

Academic reputation score: 96
Average financial aid: $15,726
Average net price: $30,022
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Bradley University
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Bradley is a private, independent university located in Peoria, Illinois. Unlike many private institutions on our list, it was founded in 1897 with no ties to any particular religious institution but rather by philanthropist Lydia Moss Bradley. Also primarily an undergraduate institution, it enrolls 5,000 undergraduates as well as a small postgraduate population of 700. Its endowment is $271 million.

Academic reputation score: 88
Average financial aid: $14,705
Average net price: $24,155
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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John Carroll University
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Located in University Heights, Ohio, John Carroll University is a private Jesuit liberal arts college founded in 1886. Originally established as an all-male institution, it became a coeducational school in 1968. John Carroll offers more than thirty major areas of study and has recently expanded its offerings. It has an undergraduate enrollment of approximately 3,000 and operates with an endowment of $181 million.

Academic reputation score: 84
Average financial aid: $20,628
Average net price: $24,022
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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Valparaiso University
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Valparaiso, a private university in Valparaiso, Indiana, was originally established by the Methodists in 1859 but has been affiliated with the Lutheran church since 1925. Valparaiso is home to five undergraduate colleges and serves approximately 4,000 undergraduates and 1,200 postgraduates. Its endowment approaches $180 million.

Academic reputation score: 86
Average financial aid: $19,904
Average net price: $21,534
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
Admissions website
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Creighton University
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Creighton University, located in Omaha, Nebraska, is a private Jesuit university that was founded in 1878 as Creighton College. It received university status in 1958 and since then has enjoyed prominent status as a leading regional research university. Its undergraduate population slightly exceeds 4,000, and it has a large postgraduate population of approximately 3,500. It maintains a student-faculty ratio of 11:1 and operates with an endowment of over $375 million.

Academic reputation score: 100
Average financial aid: $18,306
Average net price: $26,539
Average starting salary: PayScale.com
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