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US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking

All UndergraduateBeginning Students

Financial Aid Statistics Comparison

For all undergraduate students, the average percent receiving aid is 56.75 % and the average aid amount is $31,541. The financial aid includes Federal (Pell and other federal), state, local, institutional or other grant aid, and federal student loans. Next table compares the total number and percentage of undergraduate students who received any financial aid between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking for academic year 2019-2020.

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All Undergraduate Financial Aid Statistics Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankNameNumber Receiving AidPercent Receiving AidAverage Amount
3 Stanford University
4,28861%$53,346
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2,90664%$50,864
5 California Institute of Technology
55859%$42,648
6 Harvard University
4,26042%$52,257
7 Princeton University
3,30561%$56,126
8 Yale University
3,44056%$58,244
10 University of Chicago
3,74654%$41,552
12 Johns Hopkins University
3,42255%$45,081
12 University of Pennsylvania
6,00951%$44,232
15 University of California-Berkeley
18,59559%$19,359
16 Columbia University in the City of New York
4,86959%$45,881
17 University of California-Los Angeles
22,77572%$16,180
18 Duke University
3,84858%$48,351
19 Cornell University
7,05147%$49,149
20 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
16,62953%$22,021
24 Carnegie Mellon University
3,39151%$36,928
25 Northwestern University
5,12459%$46,822
27 New York University
15,86159%$26,276
28 University of Washington-Seattle Campus
15,25448%$14,519
30 University of California-San Diego
18,14059%$18,914
34 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
11,49271%$11,108
39 The University of Texas at Austin
19,61749%$10,643
43 University of Wisconsin-Madison
13,67942%$11,609
50 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
20,82361%$13,151
52 University of California-Santa Barbara
14,69163%$18,590
53 Brown University
3,30846%$47,590
54 Washington University in St Louis
3,53645%$45,164
56 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
10,21153%$15,936
59 University of California-Davis
21,22569%$17,476
64 Purdue University-Main Campus
17,35550%$10,213
66 University of Southern California
13,15165%$39,909
71 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
19,55956%$9,528
71 Ohio State University-Main Campus
31,94768%$10,846
74 Boston University
8,79749%$38,797
82 University of Maryland-College Park
15,61951%$10,156
84 Emory University
4,25160%$41,159
86 Rice University
2,54964%$43,615
93 Michigan State University
23,31060%$11,721
96 University of California-Irvine
21,06969%$18,273
99 Dartmouth College
2,33852%$47,411
Average11,05056.75%$31,541
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Beginning Students Financial Aid

For first-time, full-time beginning students, the average percent of receiving grant and/or scholarship is 1.38 % and the average grant amount is $842. This includes grants or scholarship from all sources - federal (pell grants and other federal grants), state/local, and institutions. The average percent of students who receiving student loans (federal and other student loans) is 0.59 % and the average loan amount is $192. Next table compares the financial aid statistics for first-time, full-time undergraduate students (freshmen) between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking for academic year 2019-2020.

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Beginning Student Financial Aid Comparison Between US Colleges In Top 100 World Ranking
RankNameGrants/ScholarshipsStudent Loans
Number Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average AmountNumber Receiving Aid (Percentage)Average Amount
3 Stanford University
941
(55%)
$54,547120
(7%)
$11,765
4 Massachusetts Institute of Technology
664
(60%)
$53,16297
(9%)
$10,070
5 California Institute of Technology
134
(57%)
$48,17249
(21%)
$5,059
6 Harvard University
944
(57%)
$57,877113
(7%)
$10,464
7 Princeton University
809
(61%)
$55,46575
(6%)
$3,647
8 Yale University
819
(53%)
$59,13489
(6%)
$5,262
10 University of Chicago
897
(52%)
$44,947129
(7%)
$9,954
12 Johns Hopkins University
844
(57%)
$48,768241
(16%)
$8,625
12 University of Pennsylvania
1,106
(47%)
$54,019292
(12%)
$10,681
15 University of California-Berkeley
3,425
(53%)
$18,8311,357
(21%)
$7,086
16 Columbia University in the City of New York
774
(54%)
$57,642125
(9%)
$12,141
17 University of California-Los Angeles
3,952
(67%)
$15,4611,517
(26%)
$6,243
18 Duke University
807
(47%)
$50,914389
(22%)
$8,494
19 Cornell University
1,489
(47%)
$47,6641,226
(38%)
$7,639
20 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
3,803
(56%)
$21,4441,939
(28%)
$7,324
24 Carnegie Mellon University
790
(50%)
$37,506649
(41%)
$6,601
25 Northwestern University
1,216
(61%)
$50,310462
(23%)
$5,696
27 New York University
3,436
(60%)
$28,7351,583
(28%)
$8,524
28 University of Washington-Seattle Campus
2,904
(42%)
$15,4501,415
(20%)
$5,776
30 University of California-San Diego
3,263
(54%)
$18,5301,983
(33%)
$6,268
34 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus
2,147
(70%)
$13,020662
(22%)
$7,108
39 The University of Texas at Austin
3,781
(47%)
$11,1212,432
(30%)
$5,777
43 University of Wisconsin-Madison
3,528
(47%)
$10,0712,003
(27%)
$8,478
50 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
4,520
(59%)
$15,1872,787
(36%)
$6,531
52 University of California-Santa Barbara
2,708
(55%)
$19,3501,473
(30%)
$6,363
53 Brown University
726
(44%)
$49,831210
(13%)
$9,671
54 Washington University in St Louis
800
(46%)
$49,677326
(19%)
$6,434
56 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1,788
(43%)
$17,339921
(22%)
$7,375
59 University of California-Davis
3,894
(66%)
$18,5461,980
(34%)
$5,892
64 Purdue University-Main Campus
3,402
(42%)
$10,7782,371
(29%)
$8,522
66 University of Southern California
2,046
(65%)
$37,811901
(28%)
$7,798
71 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
3,830
(61%)
$10,5192,558
(41%)
$8,087
71 Ohio State University-Main Campus
5,940
(77%)
$11,1732,744
(36%)
$7,544
74 Boston University
1,503
(48%)
$45,724826
(26%)
$10,878
82 University of Maryland-College Park
2,832
(53%)
$10,1271,413
(27%)
$8,474
84 Emory University
735
(53%)
$46,932338
(25%)
$7,581
86 Rice University
574
(60%)
$47,88793
(10%)
$8,329
93 Michigan State University
4,908
(57%)
$12,7863,514
(41%)
$8,718
96 University of California-Irvine
4,439
(73%)
$18,7801,622
(27%)
$5,012
99 Dartmouth College
532
(45%)
$52,627493
(41%)
$5,960
Average2,191
(55.03%)
$33,6971,088
(23.60%)
$7,696
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