Universities in United States
Higher Education in United States
2021 Ranking of United States Universities
What are the most well-known universities in America? Topuniversitieslist attempts to address this issue by releasing the 2021 US University Ranking, which includes 1767 higher-education institutions in the United States that satisfy the Topuniversitieslist selection criteria:
being chartered, registered, or certified by the relevant US higher education-related institution, and providing at least four-year undergraduate degrees (bachelor degrees) or postgraduate degrees (master or doctoral degrees) in a conventional, face-to-face, non-distance education style.
The Topuniversitieslist League Table and University Ranking of 1767 Universities in the United States are available to use.
2021 Sub-rankings by provinces and territories
The United States of America is a democratic republic made up of 50 states, a federal district (the capital city of Washington, D.C.), five main regions, and a number of smaller islands. The states of New York, California, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Massachusetts have the most higher education establishments that follow the Topuniversitieslist listing criterion. Both states with at least two US higher education institutions matching the Topuniversitieslist selection criterion are included in the following Topuniversitieslist sub-rankings or league tables.
|New Hampshire (14)|
|New Jersey (26)|
|New Mexico (9)|
|New York (150)|
|North Carolina (53)|
|North Dakota (10)|
|Rhode Island (10)|
|South Carolina (33)|
|South Dakota (12)|
|West Virginia (20)|
|District of Columbia (13)|