ACT Score Tables—Compare Admissions Data for Different Colleges

Table of ACT Scores
Table of ACT Scores. Allen Grove

Each of the articles below presents a comparison table of ACT admissions data for different colleges and universities. The tables present the middle 50 percent range of scores for matriculated students, so you'll be able to see if your scores are on target for admission.

If you have questions about ACT scores for a specific college, you can look up the school in the A to Z list of college profiles, or you can create a free account at Cappex to calculate your chances of getting in.

Top College and University ACT Tables:

See how the country's most prestigious and selective colleges and universities compare on the ACT score front (you can also look at SAT comparison tables).

ACT Score Information by State

Admissions criteria vary widely from campus to campus within state university systems. These tables can help you find schools that match your ACT scores.

Division I Athletic Conferences

For students interested in the excitement of Division I sports, these tables make some of the admissions distinctions between universities clear.

More ACT Information

Here are some more articles to help you make sense of the ACT.

A Final Word

As you see how you measure up to admitted students to different colleges, keep in mind that the ACT is just one piece of an application. If your scores are a little below the 25 percentile number, you can make up for that weakness if you have strong grades in challenging classes. For schools that have holistic admissions, you can also improve your chances with impressive extracurricular activities, glowing letters of recommendation, and a winning application essay.