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Colleges in Kentucky

College basketball is a big deal in Kentucky, especially at two of its largest universities: the University of Kentucky and its rival, the University of Louisville. These two universities are among the few publicly funded colleges and universities in Kentucky. Most colleges and universities are privately funded, including several nationally ranked, small liberal arts schools. Residents of Kentucky can attend select colleges and universities in nearby states, including West Virginia, Virginia and Tennessee, through the Academic Common Market and pay in-state tuition; however, students must complete an approved degree program.

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School Rank Tuition and Fees Undergrad Enrollment Acceptance Rate Average High School GPA SAT/ACT 75th Percentile
Union College

Barbourville, KY

#84, Regional Universities (South) $21,025 781 76.57%
University of Kentucky

Lexington, KY

#119, National Universities $10,110

(in-state)

$21,192

(out-of-state)

20,827 67.31%
University of Louisville

Louisville, KY

#161, National Universities $9,750

(in-state)

$23,638

(out-of-state)

15,727 76.29%
University of Pikeville

Pikeville, KY

RNP, National Liberal Arts Colleges $17,750 1,620 100.0%
University of the Cumberlands

Williamsburg, KY

#84, Regional Universities (South) $20,000 1,864 69.02%
Western Kentucky University

Bowling Green, KY

#30, Regional Universities (South) $8,722

(in-state)

$22,248

(out-of-state)

18,101 92.32%
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