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Prefer a suburban setting, away from the bustle of the city? We've compiled a list of the Best Suburban Colleges For Engineering. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Stanford University
#3 College for engineering
California
$55,473 / year
$55,473 / year
Princeton University
#4 College for engineering
New Jersey
$48,502 / year
$48,502 / year
Harvey Mudd College | HMC
#23 College for engineering
California
$58,359 / year
$58,359 / year
Missouri
$56,300 / year
$56,300 / year
University of Notre Dame
#28 College for engineering
Indiana
$57,192 / year
$57,192 / year
University of Virginia | UVA
#32 College for engineering
Virginia
$15,840 / year
$49,041 / year
Maryland
$8,824 / year
$34,936 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
Tufts University
#52 College for engineering
Massachusetts
$59,560 / year
$59,560 / year
Massachusetts
$15,791 / year
$35,779 / year
Clemson University
#58 College for engineering
South Carolina
$14,118 / year
$37,110 / year
Colorado School of Mines | Mines
#61 College for engineering
Colorado
$16,650 / year
$37,350 / year
Stevens Institute of Technology
#63 College for engineering
New Jersey
$53,828 / year
$53,828 / year
California
$11,442 / year
$41,196 / year
Rochester Institute of Technology | RIT
#68 College for engineering
New York
$50,564 / year
$50,564 / year
University of Delaware
#82 College for engineering
Delaware
$12,730 / year
$34,160 / year
New York
$7,070 / year
$24,740 / year
University of Central Florida | UCF
#86 College for engineering
Florida
$4,478 / year
$19,810 / year
George Mason University
#91 College for engineering
Virginia
$9,510 / year
$33,906 / year
Southern Methodist University | SMU
#94 College for engineering
Texas
$51,958 / year
$51,958 / year
New York
$7,070 / year
$24,660 / year
University of New Hampshire | UNH
#102 College for engineering
New Hampshire
$15,520 / year
$32,860 / year