Which of these are the top-rated and least-rated universities in the US?
In the last year, the number of American universities has grown by 6.4%, according to data compiled by the University of Michigan’s College Board.
That means a third of American schools are more competitive than they were last year.
But the number still falls short of the nation’s universities.
The University of California, Berkeley, ranked sixth in the USA Today rankings for the number and rank of U.S. universities in 2016.
The rankings include universities that were founded in the 17th century and have been ranked since then.
There are many different ways to rank these schools.
The College Board’s ranking is based on how many students receive financial aid, whether their students complete an undergraduate degree and how many other factors factor into the ranking.
The most competitive schools get a higher grade because they offer more degrees and have more alumni.
In the rankings, Princeton University is No. 1 and Columbia University is ranked No. 2.
A higher-rated university has more students.
But there are other factors that also influence how a school’s ranking ranks.
Here’s a look at how the college rankings work: Higher-ranked schools get more funding They often get more money to run their schools, and they often get a larger share of a university’s revenues, said Brian Smith, a professor of education at Harvard Business School.
The schools with the most funding also have higher enrollment and better-staffed departments.
The colleges with the fewest resources often have a smaller population and a smaller percentage of students enrolled in courses.
Higher-rated schools tend to have a larger student body than their less-financed peers.
Higher enrollments also means that the schools with a larger percentage of the population have more graduates.
The higher the number, the higher the average student debt.
But it’s not just about the amount of money the schools pay out.
They also have to pay for staff, for tuition, for supplies and for equipment.
That helps to explain why the higher-ranked colleges pay out more per student.
Higher tuition also makes it harder for lower-ranked and less-funded schools to recruit students.
The college rankings have long been a source of criticism for some schools, including the University at Buffalo, the University in Illinois and the University College London.
The ratings are not perfect.
In some cases, the College Board scores are based on the number alone and do not take into account other factors, such as financial aid and the size of the student body.
There is no way to predict how colleges will perform in the future.
But that doesn’t mean that the rankings will change much in the coming years.