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Number of
4-year United Methodist colleges in South Carolina

5,696

Students attending
4-year United Methodist colleges in South Carolina

$28,434

Average
in-state tuition

$28,434

Average
out-of-state tuition

Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Claflin University

Orangeburg, SC

617 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Claflin University

Orangeburg, SC

Total undergraduates: 2,123
Acceptance rate: 41%
Average annual cost: $17,241
Average salary: $28,100
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Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Columbia College

Columbia, SC

Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Columbia College

Columbia, SC

Total undergraduates: 1,871
Acceptance rate: 87%
Average annual cost: $16,583
Average salary: $33,500
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Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Wofford College

Spartanburg, SC

106 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges in South Carolina 2018

Wofford College

Spartanburg, SC

Total undergraduates: 1,702
Acceptance rate: 70%
Average annual cost: $25,648
Average salary: $50,000
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We show up to 10 universities for our "best colleges" section. These universities are chosen based on Forbes or US News rank (depending on what you've chosen) and sorted alphabetically. If there are fewer than 10 universities that are Forbes (or US News) ranked, we add alphabetically. Forbes' 2016 Rank of America's Best Colleges factors in post-graduate success (including salaries and awards like MacArthur Fellowships, National Academy of Sciences seats, and performing arts honors), student debt, student satisfaction, graduation rate, and academic success (which includes how many students go on to get advanced degrees or receive prestigious fellowships).

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