Location: New Haven, Connecticut (90 minutes from New York)
Schools: Yale College, Arts & Sciences, Architecture, Art, Divinity, Drama, Engineering & Applied Science, Forestry & Environmental Science, Law, Management, Medicine, Music, Nursing, & Public Health
5,453 Undergraduate students
Test score ranges (25th to 75th percentiles) for enrolled freshmen:
- SAT-Verbal: 720-800
- SAT-Math: 710-800
- SAT-Writing: 710-790
- ACT: 31-35
Tuition: $49,480, plus room & board $15,170
64% of students receive financial aid.
Rank: #12th World University Rankings, # 5th US College Rankings (Times Higher Edu)
Admitted Rate: 6.7% (2015)
Yale is plagued by the fact that it is in New Haven, Connecticut. Much like Brown being in Providence, this is not an ideal landing spot for any youthful Ivy Leaguer looking to experience the big city, or a beautiful scenic view beyond campus. However the Gothic architecture has allowed for many to tout this school for having some of the most beautiful buildings of any campus nationwide.
If you do not think so, take a look at Connecticut Hall which was actually built with a Georgian Style:
Yale’s campus is beautiful on the inside, but unfortunately the location downgrades Yale underneath its many of its competitors.
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