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Top Rated Colleges for Classroom Experience



Ranking Schools by Classroom Experience

Below you will discover a short list of 4-year private and public colleges in the United States.  The schools we have listed are rated exceptionally high for their overall classroom experience.  Current and former college students have provided key input as part of our peer-based metric tool during the ranking process.  Our goal is that you utilize this list to start your college search and gather the necessary information from top colleges that fit your profile.

Data from each school is collected from a division of the U.S. Department of Education know as the NCES.  The NCES is the National Center for Educational Statistics and vets the data from each school to ensure accuracy.  As such, you will find degree programs offered by each university along with degrees conferred, financial aid trends, and more.  Kickstart your college search with our list of accredited universities that fit your academic goals.

How important is a classroom experience for you?  Students intent on earning a college degree online will not put much stock in a classroom experience.  However, students that perform best in a group setting will find this list highly valuable.  Take the time to research schools on this list to determine which may be a great fit for you and your degree program of choice.

Reaching out to several schools via our matching tools and resources is the quickest and easiest way to get connected to top ranked colleges given your unique criteria.  Be efficient, decisive, and get connected to the best college for you with MatchCollege.

Methodology: At MatchCollege, we work diligently to provide quality information to help current and prospective college students best navigate the college landscape.  To that end, we use the following trusted sources of information throughout our website including: NCES, The U.S. Department of Education, Carnegie Classification, BLS, and the U.S. Census Bureau.  In order to be listed as a great school on the MatchCollege website, schools must qualify using a variety of scoring factors including: student-faculty ratio, tuition, graduation rate, financial aid, counseling services, loan default rate, acceptance rate, and the MatchCollege peer-based metric tool.

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