The Best 4-Year Colleges in Connecticut

The University of Connecticut came in at the best-four year college in the state of Connecticut according to a report released by

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Taking the #10 spot is the University of New Haven for their amount of degree programs. The university offers numerous programs both on-campus and online.
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Goodwin College comes in #9 for its online courses. Courses are offered online on both weekends and at night.
Trinity College earns the #8 spot for its high graduation rate. The school also has an extremely high first-year student retention rate.
Wesleyan University comes in at #7 for numerous reasons. The universe is generous with their institutional aid, offers a great amount of institutional grant aid, and has a high graduation rate.
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In the #6 spot is Western Connecticut State University for its tuition and fees affordability. It also has one of the best online colleges in the state.
Central Connecticut State University comes in at #5 for its affordability. The university also has an array of on-campus offerings.
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Ivy League Yale University earns the #4 spot for its highest Connecticut college graduation rate. The school also offers 284 degree programs.
Southern Connecticut State University ranks #3 on the list. The school has the lowest average net price of any school in the state for middle-income students and offers a wide range of programs.
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Eastern Connecticut State University takes the #2 spot for its average net price. The school is both affordable in tuition as well as for books and supplies.
The University of Connecticut tops the list for its extensive catalog of degree programs. The university offers more than 350 programs on-campus and more than 100 online.
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