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Always keep in mind that the SAT is just one part of your application, and less-than-ideal scores don't need to torpedo your chances of admission if you have strengths in other areas. Top College and University SAT Tables: See how the country's most prestigious colleges and universities compare on the SAT front (or you can check out the ACT comparison charts). The Ivy LeagueTop Universities (non-Ivy)Top 10 Liberal Arts CollegesTop 10 Public Universities22 More Top Public UniversitiesTop Public Liberal Arts CollegesTop Engineering Schools (PhD Granting)Top Engineering Schools (Bachelor's and Master's)Top Women's CollegesTop Catholic Colleges and Universities State University SAT Data: Admissions criteria vary widely from campus to campus within state university systems. These charts can help you find schools that match your SAT scores. Alabama: Four-Year Alabama Colleges and UniversitiesAlaska: Four-Year Alaska Colleges and UniversitiesArizona: Four-Year Arizona Colleges and UniversitiesArkansas: Four-Year Arkansas Colleges and UniversitiesCalifornia: Cal State SystemCalifornia: UC SystemCalifornia: Top California Colleges and UniversitiesColorado: Four-Year Colorado CollegesConnecticut: Four-Year Colleges and UniversitiesDelaware: Four-Year Delaware Colleges and UniversitiesDistrict of Columbia: Four-Year Washington D.C. Colleges and UniversitiesFlorida: State University SystemFlorida: Top Florida Colleges and UniversitiesGeorgia: Top Georgia Colleges and UniversitiesHawaii: Four-Year Hawaii Colleges and UniversitiesIdaho: Four-Year Idaho Colleges and UniversitiesIllinois: Top Illinois Colleges and UniversitiesIndiana: 15 Top Indiana Colleges and UniversitiesIowas: Four-Year Iowa Colleges and UniversitiesKansas: Four-Year Kansas Colleges and UniversitiesKentucky: Four-Year Kentucky Colleges and UniversitiesLouisiana: Four-Year Louisiana Colleges and UniversitiesMaine: Four-Year Maine Colleges and UniversitiesMaryland: Top Maryland Colleges and UniversitiesMassachusetts: Top Massachusetts Colleges and UniversitiesMichigan: 13 Top Michigan Colleges and UniversitiesMinnesota: Top Minnesota Colleges and UniversitiesMississippi: Four-Year Mississippi Colleges and UniversitiesMissouri: Top Missouri Colleges and UniversitiesMontana: Four-Year Montana Colleges and UniversitiesNebraska: Four-Year Nebraska Colleges and UniversitiesNevada: Four-Year Nevada Colleges and UniversitiesNew Hampshire: New Hampshire Colleges and UniversitiesNew Jersey: Four-Year New Jersey Colleges and UniversitiesNew Mexico: Four-Year New Mexico Colleges and UniversitiesNew York: CUNY Senior CollegesNew York: SUNY SystemNew York: Top New York Colleges and UniversitiesNorth Carolina: 16 Public UniversitiesNorth Carolina: Top North Carolina Colleges and UniversitiesNorth Dakota: Four-Year North Dakota Colleges and UniversitiesOhio: 10 Top Ohio Colleges and UniversitiesOhio: 13 University System of Ohio campusesOklahoma: Four-Year Oklahoma Colleges and UniversitiesOregon: Selective Oregon Colleges and UniversitiesPennsylvania: Top Pennsylania Colleges and UniversitiesRhode Island: Four-Year Rhode Island Colleges and UniversitiesSouth Carolina: Four-Year South Carolina Colleges and UniversitiesSouth Dakota: Four-Year South Dakota Colleges and UniversitiesTennessee: Top Tennessee Collegs and UniversitiesTexas: 13 Top Texas Colleges and UniversitiesUtah: Four-Year Utah Colleges and UniversitiesVermont: Four-Year Vermont Colleges and UniversitiesVirginia: 15 Public UniversitiesVirginia: 17 Top Virginia Colleges and UniversitiesWashington: 11 Top Washington Colleges and UniversitiesWest Virginia: Four-Year West Virginia Colleges and UniversitiesWisconsin: Four-Year Wisconsin Colleges and Universities SAT Scores for Division I Athletic Conferences: For students interested in the excitement of Division I sports, these charts make some of the admissions distinctions between universities clear. America East ConferenceAtlantic 10 ConferenceAtlantic Coast ConferenceAtlantic Sun ConferenceBig East ConferenceBig Sky ConferenceBig South ConferenceBig Ten ConferenceBig 12 ConferenceConference USA (C-USA)Horizon LeagueMetro Atlantic Athletic ConferenceMid-American ConferenceMissouri Valley ConferenceMountain West ConferenceNortheast ConferenceOhio Valley ConferencePac 12 ConferenceSoutheastern ConferenceSouthern ConferenceSun Belt ConferenceWestern Athletic Conference More SAT Information: Here are some more articles to help you make sense of the SAT. What's a Good SAT Score?What Schools Don't Require Scores?When is the SAT?Should I use SAT Score Choice?What Schools Require SAT Subject Tests?Are SAT Prep Courses Worth the Cost?Does the SAT Writing Section Matter?