2019 List of Top 10 Ohio Colleges & Universities

(Ohio)  According to the personal finance website Wallethub, Case Western Reserve University is the best institution of higher learning in the state of Ohio, partly due to its admission rate, post-attendance median salary, and gender & racial diversity. 

The second best college is Ohio State, followed by Oberlin, Kenyon, and the College of Wooster.

Top 10 Colleges & Universities in Ohio 

1.Case Western Reserve University 

2.Ohio State University-Columbus 

3.Oberlin College 

4.Kenyon College 

5.College of Wooster 

6.Miami University-Oxford

7.Ohio Northern University

8.Cedarville University

9.University of Dayton

10.John Carroll University

With that in mind, here’s a closer look at some of the top schools and how each performed in certain metrics:

School Snapshot: Case Western Reserve University (1 = Best; 21 = Average; 41 = Worst) 

•1st - Admission Rate

•39th - Net Cost

•8th - Student-Faculty Ratio

•29th - On-Campus Crime

•1st - Gender & Racial Diversity

•3rd - Graduation Rate

•1st - Post-Attendance Median Salary

School Snapshot: Ohio State University-Columbus (1 = Best; 21 = Average; 41 = Worst) 

•4th - Admission Rate

•23rd - Net Cost

•39th - Student-Faculty Ratio

•24th - On-Campus Crime

•11th - Gender & Racial Diversity

•3rd - Graduation Rate

•10th - Post-Attendance Median Salary

To help college-bound seniors make the most informed school choices, WalletHub researchers say they compared nearly 1,000 higher-education institutions in the U.S. based on 30 key measures grouped into seven categories, such as Student Selectivity, Cost & Financing and Career Outcomes. 

The data set ranges from student-faculty ratio to graduation rate to post-attendance median salary.


Photo Credit: Getty/Ariel Skelley

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