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Rank Overall Score Peer assessment score (5.0 highest) Superintendent assessment score (5.0 highest) 2004 mean GRE scores verbal/quantitative 2004 Ph.D. & Ed.D. acceptance rate 2004 students/faculty ratio Ph.D.'s & Ed.D's granted 2003-2004 2004 Percent Ph.D. & Ed.D students 2004 funded research (in millions) 2004 funded research/faculty member (in thousands)
  1. Harvard University (MA)
  100 4.5 4.8 642/683   11.2% 24.4   60   35.8% $17.4 $435.9
   2. University of California–Los Angeles
    97 4.1 4.4 539/617   26.1% 14.4   53   46.8% $36.4 $674.0
   3. Stanford University (CA)
    95 4.7 4.8 633/722   10.0%   9.5   38   48.0% $15.1 $343.7
   4. Teachers College, Columbia University (NY)
    92 4.4 4.6 567/642   25.7% 11.1 193   37.5% $30.1 $226.0
   5. Vanderbilt University (Peabody) (TN)
    88 4.3 4.5 626/695     9.0%   6.1   22   48.6% $23.0 $291.5
   6. Northwestern University (IL)
    83 3.9 4.4 622/732   12.8%   5.2   10   47.0%   $8.8 $383.3
   7. University of California–Berkeley
    82 4.4 4.6 576/634   18.5% 13.3   43   56.3% $12.0 $342.5
   7. University of Pennsylvania
    82 3.8 4.3 587/621   18.2%   9.7   61   41.0% $19.0 $500.0
   9. University of Michigan–Ann Arbor
    79 4.3 4.3 554/664   33.7%   7.0   38   62.7% $19.0 $296.5
   9. University of Wisconsin–Madison
    79 4.3 4.5 527/633   38.7%   4.0 106   53.8% $25.5 $160.4
 11. New York University (Steinhardt)
    77 3.6 4.2 583/609   11.5% 11.4 112   16.5% $30.4 $181.0
 12. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
    73 3.9 4.1 537/613   48.4%   7.8   89   54.5% $26.4 $208.2
 13. University of Oregon
    71 3.4 4.0 602/621   18.1%   9.0   39   28.7% $25.1 $473.1
 14. Michigan State University
    70 4.2 4.3 541/632   44.5%   6.5   52   49.7% $17.7 $140.3
 15. Indiana University–Bloomington
    69 3.9 4.1 543/649   39.4%   5.0 110   55.0% $18.4 $162.5
 15. University of Texas–Austin
    69 4.0 4.3 547/626   37.7%   7.1 102   63.0% $17.9 $143.0
 17. University of Washington
    68 3.7 4.1 569/617   52.7%   9.4   37   36.3% $24.5 $461.3
 18. University of Illinois–Urbana-Champaign
    67 4.1 4.1 577/689   38.6%   4.8   50   52.8%   $9.8 $104.5
 18. University of Southern California (Rossier)
    67 3.6 4.5 533/606   50.4% 27.9 119   77.0% $11.6 $400.9
 20. Boston College (Lynch)
    66 3.6 4.1 578/591   20.0%   7.4   42   28.1% $11.5 $189.2
 20. Ohio State University
    66 4.0 4.3 492/590   48.8%   3.9   61   44.8% $16.7 $124.9
 22. University of Maryland–College Park
    65 4.0 4.0 527/605   37.9%   6.2   66   55.9% $13.6 $131.8
 22. University of Virginia (Curry)
    65 4.0 4.3 542/611   58.0%   8.3   96   49.6% $10.5 $123.3
 24. George Washington University (DC)
    64 3.4 3.8 539/578   49.4% 10.5   71   37.8% $18.1 $452.9
 25. University of Florida
    63 3.6 4.1 534/648   44.0% 12.8   51   37.3% $17.1 $214.0
 25. University of Iowa
    63 3.6 3.8 540/661   45.3%   6.0   65   52.9% $16.4 $186.7
 27. University of Georgia
    62 3.8 4.0 504/594   34.9%   3.8 141   41.1% $15.1   $75.1
 27. University of North Carolina–Chapel Hill
    62 3.9 4.2 537/595   40.9%   7.8   33   39.8% $10.7 $217.9
 29. University of Connecticut (Neag)
    61 3.4 4.0 554/624   31.2%   4.5   52   42.8% $13.2 $299.2
 30. University of Kansas
    59 3.5 3.8 490/580   49.1%   6.1   64   37.1% $21.1 $248.5
 31. Temple University (PA)
    58 3.2 4.0 545/540   32.4%   3.3   76   35.5% $16.5 $228.9
 31. University of Pittsburgh
    58 3.5 3.9 489/568   59.8%   6.5   68   38.4% $15.2 $197.0
 33. University of Tennessee–Knoxville
    57 3.2 4.2 536/565   54.2%   4.0   53   30.8% $21.3 $166.0
 34. Pennsylvania State University–University Park
    56 3.9 3.8 522/619   49.5%   5.1   86   69.3% $10.2   $90.7
 35. Arizona State University–Main Campus
    54 3.7 3.8 500/575   28.4%   6.3   67   46.3% $11.7 $133.2
 35. Texas A&M University–College Station
    54 3.5 4.0 491/551   55.3%   4.1   86   62.4% $12.8 $120.8
 35. University of Missouri–Columbia
    54 3.5 3.8 528/539   31.7%   7.9   70   31.1% $12.8 $145.1
 35. University of North Carolina–Greensboro
    54 3.3 4.0 511/531   49.7%   4.8   38   26.1% $16.6 $312.9
 35. Utah State University
    54 2.9 3.6 513/589   49.4%   5.8   27   30.5% $25.8 $255.5
 40. University of Delaware
    53 3.1 3.6 610/698   33.1%   2.9   17   38.9%   $9.5 $197.9
 40. Washington University in St. Louis
    53 3.2 3.9 615/725   16.0%   1.2         52.0%   $1.7 $189.3
 42. Rutgers State University–New Brunswick (NJ)
    52 3.3 4.0 516/633   26.4%   6.1   32   29.0%   $9.4 $171.6
 42. University of Colorado–Boulder
    52 3.5 3.8 551/631   22.4%   7.1   12   17.3%   $5.7 $182.7
 42. University of Illinois–Chicago
    52 3.5 4.1 512/554   57.0%   3.4   24   28.8% $11.1 $221.5
 45. College of William and Mary (VA)
    51 3.3 4.4 512/588   50.7%   5.2   21   31.2%   $5.5 $156.4
 45. Cornell University (NY)
    51 3.5 4.4 496/628   34.1%   7.5     4   43.3%   $1.0   $90.6
 45. University of California–Santa Barbara (Gevirtz)
    51 3.3 4.0 536/578   27.0%   7.9   30   62.6%   $4.1   $86.3
 45. University of Massachusetts–Amherst
    51 3.4 4.1 519/563   36.7%   8.3   55   39.3%   $6.6 $131.1
 49. Lehigh University (PA)
    50 3.0 3.8 534/606   17.9%   5.6   18   28.6%   $8.5 $304.0
 49. Purdue University–West Lafayette (IN)
    50 3.5 3.9 520/636   31.4%   2.4   36   54.3%   $3.3   $51.3
 51. Syracuse University (NY)
    49 3.5 4.1 521/556   29.5%   8.1   20   34.2%   $5.3 $104.1
 51. University of Nebraska–Lincoln
    49 3.5 3.8 N/A/N/A   41.2%   4.3   38   54.0%   $9.4   $87.4
 53. Florida State University
    48 3.3 3.8 501/631   22.2%   6.3   63   37.9%   $6.2   $62.4
 54. University of Oklahoma
    46 3.1 3.6 490/560   12.1%   8.9   16   48.0% $10.1 $181.1
 55. Boston University
    45 3.4 4.1 507/614   51.1%   9.6   23   23.5%   $2.1   $85.4
 55. Claremont Graduate University (CA)
    45 3.3 4.2 478/501*   59.6% 13.3   40   90.7%   $1.6 $134.4
 55. University of Miami (FL)
    45 3.0 3.7 543/607   20.2%   5.5   15   18.3%   $7.8 $221.7
 58. San Diego State University
    44 3.2 3.8 497/505   66.0%   3.6   19   18.7% $16.1 $176.9
 58. University of Arizona
    44 3.6 3.7 492/576*   66.7%   6.3   59   47.3%   $5.2   $80.7
 60. University of Hawaii–Manoa
    43 2.9 2.9 570/580   39.2%   2.4   11   18.4% $19.2 $190.5
 60. University of South Florida
    43 2.8 3.4 502/553   37.0%   4.3   46   14.5% $23.8 $195.1
 62. SUNY–Albany
    42 3.3 3.6 526/604   30.7%¢Ó   6.6   42   26.7%   $5.8 $101.3
 62. University of New Mexico
    42 3.0 3.4 491/517   46.5%   5.5   45   24.7% $12.6 $131.5
 62. University of South Carolina–Columbia
    42 3.2 3.9 449/601   44.7%   7.0   34   25.3%   $6.0   $86.5
 65. Virginia Commonwealth University
    41 3.0 3.7 531/546   72.4%   7.1     4   15.1% $11.9 $277.6
 66. Drexel University (PA)
    40 2.2 3.4 580/630   16.7%   9.0     5   14.4%   $1.9 $383.6
 66. University at Buffalo–SUNY
    40 3.2 3.6 507/580   42.2% 10.0   51   29.2%   $4.7   $86.3
 66. University of California–Davis
    40 3.4 4.0 514/531   44.6%   8.3     6   38.3%   $0.3   $22.6
 66. University of California–Irvine
    40 3.1 4.0 511/528   30.2% 14.7     8   58.1%   $0.6   $70.6
 70. Catholic University of America (DC)
    39 2.6 3.9 665/695*   70.0%   1.0 N/A   53.1%   $0.6   $53.5
 70. Fordham University (NY)
    39 3.0 3.7 524/572*   36.7%   5.3   24   20.8%   $2.1   $56.1
 70. University of Utah
    39 3.2 3.7 498/546   36.1%   4.0   29   37.7%   $4.1   $73.3
 73. George Mason University (VA)
    38 3.2 3.7 538/585   65.6%   3.6   21     7.3%   $5.7   $70.5
 73. Iowa State University
    38 3.1 3.7 521/549   59.4%   2.8   29   36.1%   $6.8   $96.5
 73. Oklahoma State University
    38 2.8 3.6 N/A/N/A   38.7%   2.8   75   35.1% $12.0 $137.8
 76. University of Central Florida
    37 2.4 3.4 503/576   54.9%   6.2   63   22.7% $16.0 $186.0
 76. University of Houston–Main Campus
    37 3.0 3.6 515/581   49.1%   4.8   58   35.0%   $6.5   $91.1
 78. North Carolina State University–Raleigh
    36 3.0 3.8 482/572   50.4%   4.2   60   38.6%   $2.8   $39.7
 78. University of California–Riverside
    36 3.0 3.7 472/567*      N/A   6.9   10   80.4%   $2.5 $118.3
 78. University of Cincinnati
    36 2.8 3.4 495/523   28.1%   4.4   36   18.1%   $9.0   $88.8
 78. Washington State University
    36 3.2 3.8 490/555*      N/A   3.6   28   25.0%   $2.9   $42.2
 82. Auburn University–Main Campus (AL)
    35 3.1 3.6 450/518   41.3%   3.8   41   38.3%   $3.2   $39.5
 82. Baylor University (TX)
    35 3.1 4.0 490/597   68.4%   4.0   27   37.8%   $0.7   $16.2
 82. University of Nevada–Las Vegas
    35 2.9 3.1 N/A/N/A      N/A   6.0     5     9.7% $37.4 $420.3
 85. Brigham Young University–Provo (McKay) (UT)
    34 3.0 3.8 515/557   29.1%   1.8   18   37.5%   $0.6     $7.9
 85. Louisiana State University–Baton Rouge
    34 2.9 3.4 487/614   42.3%   3.1   28   47.2%   $2.8   $58.0
 85. Southern Illinois University–Carbondale
    34 2.7 3.5 N/A/N/A   12.9%   4.0   32   33.0% $11.3 $121.8
 85. University of Kentucky
    34 3.2 3.7 450/539*   46.0%   N/A   30   35.9%   $4.1   $45.3
 85. Virginia Tech
    34 3.1 3.9 N/A/N/A   50.6%   7.0 N/A   39.2%   $4.3   $76.4
 90. University of Colorado–Denver and Health Sciences Center
    33 3.0 3.4 488/554   56.1% 13.8   15     6.3%   $7.2 $206.4
 90. University of Idaho
    33 2.7 3.5 530/583   33.3%   5.2   40   27.1%   $8.5      N/A
 90. University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
    33 3.3 3.7 476/530   44.8%   3.2   19   25.2%   $3.1   $40.8
 93. Hofstra University (NY)
    32 2.9 3.9 542/640   56.3% 10.8   13     5.0%   $1.5   $22.0
 93. Illinois State University
    32 2.9 3.7 453/504   72.3%   2.2   33   30.9%   $8.5   $75.5
 93. Indiana State University
    32 2.9 3.7 465/526*      N/A   3.0   18   38.1%   $5.6   $84.0
 93. Loyola University Chicago
    32 2.8 4.0 N/A/N/A   44.7% 15.2   65   43.1%   $1.7   $45.9
 93. St. John's University (NY)
    32 2.8 4.0 475/474   52.7%   3.4   21   14.0%   $3.7 $106.1
 93. University of Vermont
    32 3.1 3.4 534/534   63.6%   4.1   18   17.1%   $0.3   $6.4