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See how Kansas colleges rank in Forbes ‘America’s Top Colleges List’ – Wichita, Kansas

Wichita, Kansas 2021-09-15 15:41:17 –

Wichita, Kang (KSNW) – Forbes Released’America’s Top College List‘And rank the top 565 five universities of Kansas.

Forbes has added a federal database to its graduate income aggregation using a new method of counting the grades of low-income students.

Forbes “How to rank top American collegesFor more information on how they ranked universities across the country, see.

Due to their new methodology, public schools were ranked number one for the first time by Forbes. The University of California, Berkeley has taken first place from Harvard University, which is currently ranked seventh.

Forbes University of Kansas Ranking “America’s Top College List”

In Kansas, KU is ranked 188th, beating other universities in the state. KU is a public university Total number of registrations According to Forbes, the average grant aid is $ 10,073. The average debt is $ 7,114. The initial average salary is $ 100,800.

Kansas State University is ranked 230th and less than 50th. K-State is a public university Total number of registrations According to Forbes, the average grant aid is $ 8,233. The average debt is $ 6,766. The initial average salary is $ 98,000.

Wichita State University is ranked 485th. WSU is a public university Total number of registrations According to Forbes, the average grant aid is $ 6,165. The average debt is $ 7,997. The initial average salary is $ 85,700.

Baker University, the smallest University of Kansas on the list, is ranked 522. Baker is a public university Total number of full-time student registrations According to Forbes, the average grant aid is $ 21,549. The average debt is $ 7,407. The initial average salary is $ 84,000.

Neumann University was the last university in the state to be ranked 565th. According to William Graves, Newman’s Director of Institutional Research, Newman is a public university with a total enrollment of 2,068 as of fall 2020. According to Forbes, the average grant aid is $ 22,642. The average debt is $ 5,421. The initial average salary is $ 90,800.

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