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1 Taylor University (IN)
  100 3.8 1 88% 78% 21 57% 3% 12/1 85% 3 1030-1335 66% 86% 5 2 42%
2 Ohio Northern University 
  89 3.6 3 83% 67% 6 7 54% 3% 13/1 89% 1 23-29 66% 75% 12 14 25%
3 Dordt College(IA)
 
3 Cedarville University(OH)
 
5 Augustana College(SD)
 
6 Marietta College(OH)
 
7 Huntington University(IN)
 
8 Northwestern College(IA)
 
9 Northwestern College(MN)
 
10 Milwaukee School of Engineering 11
 
11 College of the Ozarks(MO)
 
12 Loras College(IA)
 
12 Buena Vista University(IA)
 
14 Manchester College(IN)
 
15 Carthage College(WI) 11
 
16 Franklin College(IN)
 
16 Adrian College(MI) 11
 
18 McKendree College(IL)
 
19 Concordia University(NE) 11
 
19 St. Mary - of - the - Woods College(IN)
 
21 Judson University(IL)
 
21 Bluffton University(OH)
 
23 Wilmington College(OH)
 
24 Mount Mercy College(IA)
 
24 Bethel College(IN)
 
26 Greenville College(IL)
 
26 Morningside College(IA)
 
28 Union College(NE)
 
28 Trinity Christian College(IL)
 
28 Eureka College(IL)
 
31 Mount Vernon Nazarene U.(OH)
 
32 Quincy University(IL) 11
 
32 Grace College and Seminary(IN)
 
34 Tri - State University(IN)
 
34 St. Joseph's College(IN)
 
36 Marian College(IN)
 
37 Culver - Stockton College(MO)
 
38 Dakota State University(SD) *
 
38 Briar Cliff University(IA)
 
40 Defiance College(OH)
 
40 Tabor College(KS)
 
40 University of Sioux Falls(SD) 11
 
40 Concordia University(MI)
 
44 College of St. Mary(NE)
 
44 University of Dubuque(IA) 11
 
44 Bethany College(KS)
 
47 Jamestown College(ND)
 
48 Northern State University(SD) 11 *
 
48 Dana College(NE)
 
  1. School refused to fill out U.S. News statistical survey. Data that appear may be from school in previous years or from the National Center for Education Statistics unless otherwise noted.
  2. SAT and/or ACT not required by school for some or all applicants.
  3. Data not submitted in the form requested by U.S. News.
  4. Data reported to U.S. News in previous years.
  5. Data based on fewer than 51 percent of enrolled freshmen.
  6. Some or all data reported to the NCAA and/or the National Center for Education Statistics.
  7. Data reported to the Council for Aid to Education.
  8. Average graduation or freshman retention rates, normally based on four years of data, are given here for fewer than four years because school didn't report rates for the most recent year or years to U.S. News.
  9. SAT and/or ACT not required by school for some or all applicants, and data not submitted in form requested by U.S. News. Data may be based on fewer than 50 percent of enrolled freshmen.
  10. School refused to fill out U.S. News survey. Data from school's website were used.
  11. School was reclassified by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in 2006 and appeared in a different category of schools in America's Best Colleges 2007.
  12. New to America's Best Colleges rankings or guide this year.
  13. Peer assessment score taken from America's Best Colleges 2007.

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