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Number of
4-year United Methodist colleges

159,182

Students attending
4-year United Methodist colleges

$30,610

Average
in-state tuition

$30,681

Average
out-of-state tuition

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Albion College

Albion, MI

262 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Albion College

Albion, MI

Total undergraduates: 1,405
Acceptance rate: 72%
Average annual cost: $20,695
Average salary: $46,200
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

American University

Washington, DC

124 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

American University

Washington, DC

Total undergraduates: 8,666
Acceptance rate: 25%
Average annual cost: $31,758
Average salary: $59,200
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Cornell College

Mount Vernon, IA

272 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Cornell College

Mount Vernon, IA

Total undergraduates: 1,041
Acceptance rate: 70%
Average annual cost: $27,915
Average salary: $41,200
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Drew University

Madison, NJ

274 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Drew University

Madison, NJ

Total undergraduates: 1,633
Acceptance rate: 57%
Average annual cost: $25,167
Average salary: $50,800
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Duke University

Durham, NC

26 Forbes
Younger than most other prestigious colleges, Duke's schools of business, divinity, engineering, environment, law, medicine, nursing, and public policy consistently rank among the very best.

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Duke University

Durham, NC

Total undergraduates: 7,253
Acceptance rate: 10%
Average annual cost: $19,950
Average salary: $77,900
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Emory University

Atlanta, GA

67 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Emory University

Atlanta, GA

Total undergraduates: 7,764
Acceptance rate: 25%
Average annual cost: $24,804
Average salary: $61,500
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Hendrix College

Conway, AR

161 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Hendrix College

Conway, AR

Total undergraduates: 1,405
Acceptance rate: 77%
Average annual cost: $22,777
Average salary: $40,600
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, TX

116 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Southern Methodist University

Dallas, TX

Total undergraduates: 6,866
Acceptance rate: 48%
Average annual cost: $37,499
Average salary: $57,300
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Southwestern University

Georgetown, TX

263 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Southwestern University

Georgetown, TX

Total undergraduates: 1,559
Acceptance rate: 45%
Average annual cost: $25,622
Average salary: $50,000
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Top United Methodist colleges 2018

Wofford College

Spartanburg, SC

106 Forbes

Top United Methodist colleges 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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