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Ivy League Schools

All schools in Ivy League are private schools. The average undergraduate tuition & fees of Ivy League is $57,509.
The average acceptance rate of Ivy League is 5.50% where Columbia University in the City of New York has the tightest rate of 4% and Cornell University has the loosest rate of 9%.
The average graduation rate is 96.13% and the average student to faculty ratio is 5.88:1 (17.02%). Harvard University has the highest student population of 30,391 where total of 18,356 students are attending the Ivy League.

Brown University

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Brown University

Providence, RI | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
6%
Student Population
9,948
Graduation Rate
95%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
6 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$62,304
Graduate
$62,083
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$89,100

Columbia University in the City of New York

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Columbia University in the City of New York

New York, NY | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
4%
Student Population
30,135
Graduation Rate
96%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
6 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$63,530
Graduate
$52,924
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$115,600

Cornell University

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Cornell University

Ithaca, NY | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
9%
Student Population
23,620
Graduation Rate
95%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
9 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$61,015
Graduate
$30,006
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$101,200

Dartmouth College

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Dartmouth College

Hanover, NH | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
6%
Student Population
6,292
Graduation Rate
95%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
7 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$60,870
Graduate
$59,283
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$110,200

Harvard University

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Harvard University

Cambridge, MA | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
4%
Student Population
30,391
Graduation Rate
98%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
5 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$55,587
Graduate
$52,170
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$139,100

Princeton University

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Princeton University

Princeton, NJ | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
4%
Student Population
7,853
Graduation Rate
98%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
4 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$56,010
Graduate
$58,790
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$116,300

University of Pennsylvania

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University of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
6%
Student Population
26,552
Graduation Rate
96%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
6 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$61,710
Graduate
$42,932
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$131,600

Yale University

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Yale University

New Haven, CT | four-years, private (not-for-profit)
Acceptance Rate
5%
Student Population
12,060
Graduation Rate
96%
Student-to-Faculty Ratio
4 to 1
Tuition & Fees
Undergraduate
$59,950
Graduate
$45,700
Salary after 10 Years of Graduation
$124,400

Ivy League Schools Tuition Comparison

The average undergraduate tuition & fees of Ivy League is $57,509 in the academic year 2021-2022. Columbia University in the City of New York has the most expensive tuition & fees of $63,530 and Harvard University has the lowest rates of $55,587.
The average graduate tuition & fees of Ivy League is $49,138 in the academic year 2021-2022. Brown University has the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $62,083 and Cornell University has the lowest graduate tuition rates of $30,006.
The next table compares the tuition and important academic & admission facts between Ivy League.
Table. Ivy League Tuition & Fees Comparison
School NameUndergraduate
Tuition & Fees
Graduate
Tuition & Fees
Average Salary
after 10 years
of graduation
Acceptance RateSAT/ACT Scores Student PopulationGraduation Rate
Brown University
Providence, RI
Private, four-years
$62,304$62,083$89,1006% 1,515 SAT
34 ACT
9,948 95%
Columbia University in the City of New York
New York, NY
Private, four-years
$63,530$52,924$115,6004% 1,520 SAT
35 ACT
30,135 96%
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY
Private, four-years
$61,015$30,006$101,2009% 1,505 SAT
34 ACT
23,620 95%
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
Private, four-years
$60,870$59,283$110,2006% 1,500 SAT
34 ACT
6,292 95%
Harvard University
Cambridge, MA
Private, four-years
$55,587$52,170$139,1004% 1,530 SAT
35 ACT
30,391 98%
Princeton University
Princeton, NJ
Private, four-years
$56,010$58,790$116,3004% 1,515 SAT
34 ACT
7,853 98%
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Private, four-years
$61,710$42,932$131,6006% 1,525 SAT
34 ACT
26,552 96%
Yale University
New Haven, CT
Private, four-years
$59,950$45,700$124,4005% 1,530 SAT
34 ACT
12,060 96%
Average$57,509$49,138$115,9386%1,518 18,35696%

About Ivy League

The Ivy League is a collegiate athletic conference comprising sports teams from eight private institutions of higher education in the Northeastern United States. The conference name is also commonly used to refer to those eight schools as a group. The eight institutions are Brown University, Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth College, Harvard University, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, and Yale University. The term Ivy League also has connotations of academic excellence, selectivity in admissions, and social elitism.

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