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Colleges in Maryland

Maryland is often referred to as “America in Miniature” because of the varied geographic features in the relatively small state: mountains in the west, farmland in the east, beaches to the south and cities in the central region. The nickname could easily be applied to the many higher education institutions in Maryland as well. Notable research universities, small liberal arts colleges and the Maryland Institute College of Art are located in the state. The United States Naval Academy, one of America’s five federal military academies, is located in the state capital of Annapolis. Colleges are located throughout Maryland, though many are located in the Baltimore metropolitan area.

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School Rank Tuition and Fees Undergrad Enrollment Acceptance Rate Average High School GPA SAT/ACT 75th Percentile
University of Maryland--College Park

College Park, MD

#62, National Universities $9,162

(in-state)

$28,348

(out-of-state)

26,487 46.82%
University of Maryland--Eastern Shore

Princess Anne, MD

RNP, Regional Universities (North) $6,998

(in-state)

$15,504

(out-of-state)

3,758 57.5%
University of Maryland--University College

Adelphi, MD

Unranked, Regional Universities (North) $6,552

(in-state)

$12,336

(out-of-state)

28,273 99.97%
Washington Adventist University

Takoma Park, MD

RNP, Regional Colleges (North) $20,720 1,222 32.71%
Washington College

Chestertown, MD

#107, National Liberal Arts Colleges $41,120 1,512 66.37%
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