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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 Schools.com.

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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.
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Trinity College earns the #8 spot for its high graduation rate. The school also has an extremely high first-year student retention rate.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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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