10 Top US Colleges That Have The Biggest Number of Student Applications

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Needless to say, being a student, you view out different unis and colleges to enter. Still, some places always get popularity among freshers. Today, the Typical Student team prepared for you the list of top 10 US colleges where student applications are on the rise.

 

#1 Grand Canyon University, Arizona

10-top-popular-us-colleges-1.jpg• 5-year increase in applications: 377.8 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 34,096

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 49,556

• Acceptance rate: 56.9 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $20,912

 

#2 University of Memphis, Tennessee

• 5-year increase in applications: 218.7 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 21,392

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 17,396

• Acceptance rate: 56.7 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $13,663

 

#3 Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Texas

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• 5-year increase in applications: 153.4 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 12,909

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 10,170

• Acceptance rate: 64.7 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $12,948

 

#4 Southern Utah University, Utah

• 5-year increase in applications: 150.7 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 10,573

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 8,550

• Acceptance rate: 72.3 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $14,451

 

#5 University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Maryland

10-top-popular-us-colleges-3.jpg• 5-year increase in applications: 143.5 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 10,231

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 2,861

• Acceptance rate: 38.4 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $15,732

 

#6 Seton Hall University, New Jersey

• 5-year increase in applications: 139.7 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 15,427

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 5,969

• Acceptance rate: 66.9 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $28,700

 

#7 Tarleton State University, Texas

10-top-popular-us-colleges-4.jpg• 5-year increase in applications: 131.4 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 9,583

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 11,288

• Acceptance rate: 50.4 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $12,831

 

#8 University of Colorado Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus, Colorado

• 5-year increase in applications: 126.3 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 12,252

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 15,586

• Acceptance rate: 60.5 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $14,586

 

#9 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus, Georgia

10-top-popular-us-colleges-1.png• 5-year increase in applications: 126.2 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 30,528

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 15,573

• Acceptance rate: 25.8 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $15,873

#10 Claflin University, South Carolina

• 5-year increase in applications: 123.3 percent

• 2016-2017 applications: 9,387

• Total undergraduate enrollment: 2,038

• Acceptance rate: 41.8 percent

• Avg. annual cost: $18,089

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