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Campus MBA Programs by Student Enrollment

How large a student body do you want in the campus MBA program you attend? There are benefits to both large and small programs. Large programs generally offer a broader selection of courses and more areas in which you can focus your degree. Smaller programs have more need to specialize. Of course, specialization can be a strength if it propels the school to the forefront of their area of focus.

The number of students enrolled at any given time also has a direct impact on the size of the school’s alumni base and therefore the size of the network you can reach out to for jobs and introductions as you approach graduation and throughout your career. Here also, bigger can be better. Small campuses, however, frequently have a more close-knit student body. There may be fewer alumni, but graduates who are more loyal to the school and will be more likely to respond to an email from a current student or another alum.

  • The average full-time MBA enrollment for campus programs is 262
  • The average part-time MBA enrollment for campus programs is 248
  • The average percentage of US Students enrolled in an MBA program is 84

MBA Student Enrollment

MBA Full-Time Student Enrollment

  • Lowest Full-Time MBA Enrollment: 1.00
  • Highest Full-Time MBA Enrollment: 2,715.00
  • Average Full-Time MBA Enrollment: 261.55

MBA Part-Time Student Enrollment

  • Lowest Part-Time MBA Enrollment: 1.00
  • Highest Part-Time MBA Enrollment: 1,961.00
  • Average Part-Time MBA Enrollment: 247.73

10 MBA Programs with the Highest and Lowest Full-Time Student Enrollment

The number of students enrolled at campus MBA programs ranges from only a handful to thousands. If you are interested in a small program, consider one such as Valparaiso University’s with only 7 students enrolled at the MBA level. If you’d like a large campus community, consider a program like The University of Texas at Dallas with 2,715 students at the MBA level.

10 MBA Programs with the Smallest Full-Time Student Enrollment

  1. Berry College - 1
  2. Winston-Salem State University - 2
  3. Indiana University Southeast - 2
  4. Longwood University - 2
  5. Marist College - 3
  6. University of New Haven - 5
  7. University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee - 5
  8. Black Hills State University - 5
  9. Sonoma State University - 6
  10. Valparaiso University - 7

10 MBA Programs with the Highest Full-Time Student Enrollment

  1. The University of Texas at Dallas - 2,715
  2. Harvard University - 1,871
  3. University of Pennsylvania - 1,708
  4. The University of Texas at Austin - 1,676
  5. Duke University - 1,477
  6. Fordham University - 1,400
  7. Columbia University - 1,326
  8. University of Southern California - 1,320
  9. Indiana University, Bloomington/Indianapolis - 1,313
  10. Northwestern University - 1,301

MBA Programs Ranked by Enrollment Type

Some campus MBA programs are comprised primarily of full-time students, some have mostly part-time students, and some are a fairly even mix. Which is best?

The answer might depend on whether you plan to attend full-time or part-time. Programs that have primarily full-time students will schedule most classes during the day and assume that students’ schedules are flexible enough to accommodate collaboration on group projects. Programs that serve predominantly part-time students will offer more evening and weekend classes. While all business programs want to ensure their students are prepared for the collaboration needed to succeed in today’s business world, they may have fewer group projects if the student body spends fewer hours on campus.

Considering an Online MBA Option

While digging into enrollment information on various MBA programs, don’t forget to consider your online MBA options. You might think that if you’re pursuing an online MBA that the questions of how many students are enrolled in the program and whether they attend full time or part time are irrelevant. But with today’s technology, online courses are becoming much more similar to those taking place on campus than they’ve been in the past. Like students attending classes on campus, you’ll want to consider whether the program is large enough to cover the topics you want to study and whether it has a mix of full- and part-time students that fits with your needs.

If you are interested in learning more about online MBA program enrollment data, see our online MBA programs ranked by student enrollment.

MBA Programs Ranked Student Enrollment

Rank University Full-Time MBAPart-Time MBA% MBA Students from U.S.
1 The University of Texas at Dallas 2,715 1,189 36.58%
2 Harvard University 1,871-0-0
3 University of Pennsylvania 1,708-0-0
4 The University of Texas at Austin 1,676-0 79.77%
5 Duke University 1,477-0 65.81%
6 Fordham University 1,400 339 34.68%
7 Columbia University 1,326-0-0
8 University of Southern California 1,320 777 80.07%
9 Indiana University, Bloomington/Indianapolis 1,313 259 91.86%
10 Northwestern University 1,301-0-0
11 The University of Michigan 1,248 463 72.65%
12 University of Maryland 1,231 646 48.53%
13 The University of Chicago 1,185 483-0
14 University of Utah 1,110 123 100.00%
15 West Texas A & M University 1,100-0 89.36%
15 DePaul University 1,100 574 75.39%
16 Cornell University 1,100-0 63.30%
18 Texas A & M University 1,099-0 71.16%
19 The George Washington University 1,017 845 64.18%
20 University of Colorado Denver 976 246 86.74%
21 Georgia State University 954 359 75.93%
22 Case Western Reserve University 953-0 41.55%
23 The Pennsylvania State University 935-0 83.53%
24 University of Florida 909 834 80.26%
25 Pepperdine University 897 757 78.17%
26 Tulane University 895 172 45.08%
27 Johns Hopkins University 881 882 51.33%
28 University of Virginia-Darden 855-0 75.09%
29 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 838 219 49.86%
30 Stanford University 833-0-0
31 New York Institute of Technology 825-0 54.06%
32 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 809-0-0
33 Baruch College-The City University of New York 802 1,133 77.36%
34 University of Miami 799 21 73.54%
35 University of California, Los Angeles 792 1,192 78.83%
36 New York University 790 510-0
37 The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 780 466 77.53%
38 Washington University in St. Louis 753 418 69.60%
39 Wake Forest University 731-0 92.07%
39 Virginia Commonwealth University 731-0 83.58%
41 Bentley University 729 569 55.86%
42 University of Dallas 727-0-0
43 University of Connecticut 723 946 81.37%
44 University of Central Missouri 708-0 28.11%
45 Yale University 694-0-0
46 Texas Tech University 692-0 90.46%
47 Washington State University 668 51 94.85%
48 University of Rochester 643 357 42.00%
48 University at Buffalo, State University of New York 643 200 71.41%
49 Ohio University 643-0 98.60%
51 The Ohio State University 640 333 71.53%
52 Temple University 633 522 100.00%
53 Brigham Young University 629 263 88.23%
54 University of Delaware 628 380 28.17%
55 Vanderbilt University 615-0 85.37%
55 University of Illinois at Chicago 615 233 44.69%
57 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 606-0 73.93%
58 Carnegie Mellon University 600 305 60.33%
59 Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Newark/New Brunswick 593 1,239 82.21%
60 Emory University 591 250 78.00%
61 University of Notre Dame 586 62 88.43%
62 University of California, Berkeley 569 888 71.31%
62 The University of Alabama 569-0 92.44%
64 The University of Memphis 567-0 85.01%
65 Drexel University 564 15 69.08%
66 Dartmouth College 563-0 67.32%
67 Seattle University 562 40 76.91%
68 Texas A & M University-Corpus Christi 558-0-0
69 Babson College 550 361 64.87%
70 Pace University 546 353 48.16%
71 Arizona State University 543 954 71.14%
72 Boston University 529 674 76.23%
73 University of Houston 526 425 78.55%
74 Georgetown University 518 696 79.98%
75 Rice University 517 100 83.95%
76 University of Minnesota 515 1,175 87.04%
77 Southern Methodist University 514 58 71.33%
78 Mercer University-Macon and Atlanta Campuses 512-0 100.00%
79 Louisiana State University 504 64 88.91%
80 Loyola University Chicago 487 106 68.13%
81 Texas A & M University-Commerce 477 1,419 80.96%
82 University of Washington 472 356 86.49%
83 American University 471-0-0
84 University of Cincinnati 468 492 58.02%
85 University of Tennessee at Knoxville 467-0 86.51%
85 University of Massachusetts Boston 467-0 67.24%
87 Florida Atlantic University 453 871 97.13%
88 California State University, Bakersfield 442 223-0
89 The University of Tampa 439 176 62.11%
90 Brandeis University 435 28 43.84%
91 Missouri State University 430 257 54.73%
92 University of Denver 428 340 73.96%
92 Northeastern University 428 1,136 84.91%
94 Michigan State University 425 681 84.45%
94 Baylor University 425 88 91.81%
96 University of Illinois at Springfield 424 261 46.28%
97 Utah State University 422-0 100.00%
98 University of Toledo 411-0 71.05%
99 The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 410-0-0
100 Stevens Institute of Technology 406 378 50.38%
101 Syracuse University 403 470 68.96%
102 California State University, Los Angeles 381-0 48.03%
103 St. John's University 380 204 61.64%
104 Northern Illinois University 373 542 75.41%
105 Binghamton University, State University of New York 371-0 56.33%
106 Oklahoma State University 370 480 73.06%
107 University of Colorado at Boulder 365-0 84.38%
108 San Diego State University 364 269 63.67%
109 The University of Arizona 356 448 73.01%
109 Illinois State University 356-0 100.00%
111 Naval Postgraduate School 348 424 94.43%
112 University of Wisconsin-Madison 343 243 83.19%
112 College of William and Mary 343 227 81.23%
114 Santa Clara University 340 402 54.58%
115 Purdue University 339 165 54.76%
116 Georgia Institute of Technology 332 368 89.71%
117 University of Pittsburgh 330 415 78.66%
118 University of California, Irvine 328 478 78.91%
119 Boston College 326 433 77.08%
120 Illinois Institute of Technology 318 50 12.77%
121 University of South Carolina 316 487 88.67%
122 Clark University 314 109 39.24%
123 University of San Diego 308 125 81.76%
124 The University of Texas at San Antonio 306 275 87.44%
125 West Virginia University 305 28 94.89%
125 Cleveland State University 305 596 83.46%
127 University of Missouri 303-0 99.34%
128 University of San Francisco 299 125 57.31%
129 University of North Texas 298 300 91.30%
129 Saint Joseph's University 298 759 79.47%
131 Fairleigh Dickinson University 288 218-0
132 Thunderbird School of Global Management 287 211 66.47%
132 Central Michigan University 287-0 21.25%
134 The University of Georgia 285 402 91.12%
135 North Carolina State University 279 418 87.52%
136 Saint Louis University 271 74 88.30%
137 Marshall University 265 79 67.73%
138 University of Oregon 260-0 84.23%
139 The University of Texas at El Paso 258 2 87.69%
140 University of Kansas 257 190 89.26%
141 Chapman University 254-0 75.98%
142 Texas Southern University 250 12 87.40%
143 Prairie View A & M University 248 43 95.88%
143 Louisiana State University in Shreveport 248 926 97.19%
145 The University of Iowa 245 802 87.11%
145 Iowa State University 245 802 87.11%
147 University of Missouri-Kansas City 243 311 80.51%
148 University of Central Florida 239 605 97.63%
149 The University of New Mexico 238 315 90.78%
149 San Francisco State University 238-0 65.97%
151 University of Kentucky 237-0 73.84%
152 Clemson University 234 295 89.22%
153 University of Virginia-McIntire 233-0 84.12%
154 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro 227 73 91.00%
155 Bowling Green State University 225 86 80.39%
156 Indiana University of Pennsylvania 224 7-0
157 New Mexico State University 220-0 83.18%
158 University at Albany, State University of New York 217 184 91.27%
158 Texas Christian University 217 193 93.41%
159 Colorado State University 217 1,104 90.46%
161 Suffolk University 215 450 83.76%
162 Iona College 214 175 71.47%
162 East Carolina University 214 574 97.34%
164 Tennessee Technological University 212-0 95.75%
165 University of California, Riverside 211 69 21.07%
165 Niagara University 211-0-0
167 University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 209 67-0
168 Marquette University 207 263 100.00%
169 University of New Orleans 205 129 94.01%
169 Southern Illinois University Carbondale 205-0 87.80%
171 George Mason University 202 207 92.67%
172 Texas State University 199 201 93.50%
173 Lehigh University 197 154 58.69%
174 The University of Texas at Tyler 196 565 95.40%
174 University of California, San Diego 196 141 53.41%
176 Southern Utah University 194 42 97.03%
176 Butler University 194-0 97.94%
178 University of Puerto Rico at Rio Piedras 191-0 98.43%
179 Wright State University 189 254 85.55%
180 Florida State University 187 285 100.00%
181 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 185 1 40.32%
182 Rochester Institute of Technology 183 100 67.49%
183 Kent State University 179 70 70.28%
183 The Citadel 179-0 99.44%
185 Willamette University 177 100 70.40%
186 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 173 153 87.73%
186 Middle Tennessee State University 173 244 100.00%
187 Eastern Michigan University 173 310 81.99%
189 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 170 453 95.02%
189 University of Louisiana at Lafayette 170 36-0
190 University of Houston-Victoria 170 462 100.00%
192 Idaho State University 168-0 100.00%
193 Boise State University 164 212 96.81%
194 California State University, Sacramento 162 158 94.69%
195 Wayne State University 159 668 90.81%
196 William Paterson University 158-0 93.04%
197 Auburn University 157 500 94.82%
198 Xavier University 154 359 93.76%
199 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 153 275 53.74%
200 Union University 145-0-0
200 Quinnipiac University 145 608 97.34%
201 Clarkson University 145 123 89.18%
203 University of Missouri-St. Louis 144 356 90.00%
204 Loyola Marymount University 143 174-0
205 University of Montana 141 49 92.63%
205 Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey-Camden 141 247 100.00%
207 University of Arkansas 140 205 86.96%
207 Rollins College 140 70-0
209 Oakland University 138 317 87.25%
210 Murray State University 135 157 66.10%
211 University of California, Davis 134 424 86.74%
211 Rockhurst University 134 240 100.00%
212 Canisius College 134 154 95.49%
214 Oregon State University 132 94 42.92%
214 Hofstra University 132 804 47.76%
216 Drake University 129 206 96.12%
217 University of North Alabama 128 284 76.70%
217 Appalachian State University 128 32 94.38%
219 Florida Gulf Coast University 126 4 96.92%
220 East Tennessee State University 124 39 100.00%
220 California State University, Northridge 124 28 88.16%
222 Emporia State University 122 28 54.00%
222 Auburn University at Montgomery 122-0 74.59%
224 Southeast Missouri State University 121 135 69.14%
225 Lamar University 115 65 82.78%
225 Jacksonville University 115 101 88.43%
227 University of Baltimore 114 436 89.64%
228 Purdue University Northwest 113 86 83.42%
229 University of Tennessee at Martin 112 10 99.18%
229 University of Nevada, Reno 112 242 91.09%
230 Florida Southern College 112-0 87.50%
232 Texas A & M International University 110 170 59.64%
233 University of Alabama in Huntsville 109 210 93.10%
234 University of North Carolina Wilmington 108 24 98.48%
234 Saint Mary's College of California 108 277-0
236 University of Scranton 107 393 87.20%
236 University of Massachusetts Lowell 107 652 64.30%
237 Stetson University 107 52 91.19%
239 University of Southern Mississippi 105 90 92.31%
239 University of Nebraska at Omaha 105 282 85.79%
240 Louisiana Tech University 105-0 91.43%
242 Grand Valley State University 103 207 95.81%
243 The University of Michigan-Dearborn 101 310 77.37%
243 Long Island University-Post Campus 101 20-0
245 Georgia Southern University 98 168 93.23%
246 The University of Tulsa 97 160 89.11%
246 Seton Hall University 97 181 77.34%
247 Kennesaw State University 97 350 98.43%
248 Duquesne University 97 167 87.88%
250 Stephen F. Austin State University 96 24 90.83%
251 University of Southern Indiana 95-0 95.79%
251 Northeastern Illinois University 95-0 81.05%
252 Florida International University 95 1,961 85.70%
254 Western Illinois University 94 35 79.84%
255 University of South Florida 93 848 63.12%
256 University of Massachusetts Amherst 91 1,248 92.76%
257 The University of North Dakota 89 67 100.00%
257 Providence College 89 45 97.01%
259 State University of New York at New Paltz 88 21 88.99%
260 Woodbury University 86 17 70.87%
260 University of Oklahoma 86 86-0
261 Nicholls State University 86-0 72.09%
263 University of New Hampshire 85 177 92.75%
263 The University of Mississippi 85 138 95.96%
264 New Jersey Institute of Technology 85 148 75.97%
265 Metropolitan State University of Denver 85 28-0
267 University of St. Thomas-Minnesota 84 909 99.19%
267 Pacific Lutheran University 84 38 85.25%
268 Loyola University New Orleans 84-0 100.00%
270 University of Alaska Fairbanks 83-0 92.77%
270 Rider University 83 216 88.96%
271 Bryant University 83 24 93.46%
273 State University of New York at Oswego 82 156 97.90%
273 Sam Houston State University 82 248 99.09%
275 Dominican University 80 102 90.11%
276 Augusta University 79-0 100.00%
277 University of Arkansas at Little Rock 78 141 86.30%
277 College of Charleston 78-0 96.15%
279 The University of North Carolina at Pembroke 76 24-0
279 Monmouth University 76 104 98.32%
281 California State University, San Bernardino 75 311 77.46%
281 California State University, Fresno 75 103 80.34%
283 Arkansas State University 73 113 70.43%
284 Western Michigan University 72 332 82.67%
284 Tennessee State University 72 30 88.24%
285 James Madison University 72 98 97.06%
287 Valdosta State University 70 33 91.26%
287 Southern University at New Orleans 70-0 38.57%
289 Kansas State University 69 60 87.60%
290 Meredith College 68 8-0
291 Southern Arkansas University 67-0 89.55%
291 Bradley University 67 31 100.00%
293 St. John Fisher College 66 89 98.06%
293 Bellarmine University 66 55 100.00%
295 University of Idaho 65-0 93.85%
295 Missouri University of Science and Technology 65 53 43.22%
296 Millsaps College 65-0 100.00%
298 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 63 454 86.46%
298 California State University, Chico 63-0 68.25%
300 Clark Atlanta University 62 9-0
301 Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne 60 22 92.68%
302 Jackson State University 59-0 100.00%
302 Governors State University 59 107 89.76%
304 Winthrop University 58 75 78.95%
305 Howard University 57-0-0
306 University of Wyoming 56 75 90.84%
306 Old Dominion University 56 148 82.84%
307 Manhattan College 56-0 100.00%
308 Coastal Carolina University 56 34 88.89%
309 California State University, Stanislaus 56 68 98.39%
311 La Salle University 55 286 95.31%
311 Columbus State University 55 65 95.00%
313 University of West Georgia 54 164 94.04%
314 University of Portland 53 89 78.17%
314 University of Colorado Colorado Springs 53 247 95.33%
315 Southeastern Louisiana University 53 19 100.00%
316 John Carroll University 53 51 91.35%
318 Yeshiva University 52-0 100.00%
319 California State University, Long Beach 51 183 100.00%
320 University of Washington Tacoma 50 23-0
320 University of South Florida St. Petersburg 50 161 96.68%
321 University of Louisville 50 210 95.00%
322 St. Mary's University 50 3 100.00%
323 Colorado State University-Pueblo 50 20 78.57%
325 Washburn University 49 65 74.56%
325 St. Bonaventure University 49 33 98.78%
326 Eastern Illinois University 49 41 83.33%
327 California State Polytechnic University, Pomona 49-0 100.00%
329 Widener University 48 120 77.38%
329 Siena College 48 9 96.49%
331 University of Central Arkansas 47 45 75.00%
331 Saginaw Valley State University 47 50 47.42%
333 Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey 46-0 86.96%
333 Loyola University Maryland 46 350 99.24%
335 Indiana University South Bend 44 84 71.09%
336 Western Carolina University 43 186 97.38%
336 North Carolina A & T State University 43 17 86.67%
337 Michigan Technological University 43-0 67.44%
339 Truman State University 42-0 88.10%
339 Oklahoma City University 42 201 89.71%
340 Northern Arizona University 42-0 100.00%
341 Le Moyne College 42 63 98.10%
342 Drury University 42 1 83.72%
344 University of Vermont 41 7 100.00%
344 St. Cloud State University 41-0 84.09%
345 Shippensburg University 41 205 91.87%
347 Utah Valley University 40 95 95.56%
347 University of South Dakota 40 278 100.00%
348 University of Hawaii at Manoa 40 20-0
349 Francis Marion University 40-0 95.00%
351 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh 39 384 100.00%
351 The University of Texas of the Permian Basin 39 92 96.18%
352 Pittsburg State University 39 20 74.58%
354 Seattle Pacific University 38 75 69.91%
354 Georgia Southwestern State University 38-0 100.00%
356 Western Washington University 37 36 95.89%
357 University of Washington Bothell 36 101 81.02%
357 University of Detroit Mercy 36 74 90.91%
358 University of Alaska Anchorage 36 75 95.50%
359 Henderson State University 36 10 93.48%
361 Youngstown State University 35 138 96.53%
361 University of Louisiana at Monroe 35 71 82.08%
362 State University of New York Polytechnic Institute 35 154 100.00%
363 McNeese State University 35 8 55.81%
364 Frostburg State University 35 240 98.55%
365 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo 35-0-0
367 Salisbury University 34 18 90.38%
367 The Pennsylvania State University at Erie, The Behrend College 34 367 97.26%
368 California State University, Fullerton 34 754 56.09%
370 Villanova University 33 1,117 97.57%
370 Farmer School of Business, Miami University 33 107 95.00%
372 Rowan University 32 97 99.22%
372 The Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg 32 111 83.22%
373 Indiana University Kokomo 32 34 53.03%
374 Clayton State University 32 119 86.75%
376 Towson University 31 54 81.18%
376 Portland State University 31 51-0
377 North Dakota State University 31 38 82.61%
378 Minnesota State University, Mankato 31 68 76.77%
379 Ithaca College 31 5 94.44%
380 Indiana University Northwest 31 36 98.51%
381 Eastern Washington University 31 19 94.00%
382 Abilene Christian University 31 4 100.00%
384 Texas Wesleyan University 29 15 29.55%
384 Missouri Western State University 29-0 55.17%
385 Barry University 29 34 100.00%
387 Belmont University 28 26-0
387 Alfred University 28 6-0
389 Shenandoah University 27 44 73.24%
389 Montana State University 27 5 100.00%
390 Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania 27 25 94.23%
392 University of West Florida 26 151 82.49%
392 The University of Rhode Island 26 216 95.87%
393 University of North Florida 26 223 89.96%
394 Central Washington University 26 7 66.67%
396 Trinity University 25-0 100.00%
396 South Carolina State University 25 7 100.00%
398 Western Kentucky University 24 103 95.28%
399 University of Northern Colorado 23-0 95.65%
399 The University of Akron 23 467 67.35%
400 Indiana State University 23 63 89.53%
402 Robert Morris University 22 177 97.49%
402 Northern Kentucky University 22 129 99.34%
403 Morehead State University 22 109 100.00%
404 Mississippi State University 22-0-0
405 California State University, East Bay 22 434 67.32%
407 University of the Pacific 21 11 84.38%
407 Stockton University 21 63 98.81%
408 Sacred Heart University 21 363 95.05%
409 Ohio Northern University 21-0 100.00%
411 University of Northern Iowa 20 67 55.17%
411 Northern Michigan University 20-0 100.00%
412 Kutztown University 20 14 97.06%
414 University of Nebraska at Kearney 19-0 100.00%
414 University of Maine 19 25 81.82%
416 The University of Michigan-Flint 18 171 85.71%
416 State University of New York College at Brockport 18 18 100.00%
418 University of Wisconsin-River Falls 17 76 100.00%
419 University of Wisconsin-Parkside 16 69 87.06%
419 University of Montevallo 16 20 100.00%
420 Southeastern Oklahoma State University 16 50 100.00%
421 Midwestern State University 16 37 86.79%
422 Eastern Kentucky University 16 17 81.82%
424 State University of New York at Geneseo 15-0 93.33%
424 Minnesota State University Moorhead 15-0-0
425 Arkansas Tech University 15 51 96.97%
427 University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 13 26 100.00%
427 Radford University 13 28 82.93%
429 Central Connecticut State University 12 125 100.00%
430 University of Southern Maine 11 57 100.00%
430 Pennsylvania State University 11 378 88.69%
432 Clarion University of Pennsylvania 10 131 97.87%
433 The University of Texas at Arlington 9 1,283 56.97%
433 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 9 349 83.80%
435 Valparaiso University 7 54 90.16%
436 Sonoma State University 6 29-0
437 University of South Florida, Sarasota-Manatee 5 64 100.00%
437 University of New Haven 5 72 89.61%
438 Black Hills State University 5 18 100.00%
440 Marist College 3 170 100.00%
441 Winston-Salem State University 2 27 100.00%
441 Longwood University 2 24 100.00%
442 Indiana University Southeast 2 169 98.83%
444 Berry College 1 22 100.00%

 

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