The Hardest Colleges in New York to Get Into

Ranking Institution name Control Acceptance Rate
1
Liverpool, New York
Private For-Profit 52%
2
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 18%
3
Utica, New York
Private Non-Profit 26%
4
Glen Cove, New York
Private Non-Profit 30%
5
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 93%
6
Port Ewen, New York
Public 86%
7
Kew Gardens, New York
Private Non-Profit 84%
8
Watertown, New York
Public 72%
9
Staten Island, New York
Private For-Profit 83%
10
Mount Vernon, New York
Private For-Profit 83%
11
Elmsford, New York
Public 29%
12
Troy, New York
Public 63%
13
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 80%
14
Elmira, New York
Public 47%
15
Elmira, New York
Private Non-Profit 56%
16
New York, New York
Private For-Profit 95%
17
West Nyack, New York
Public 89%
18
Williamsville, New York
Private For-Profit 81%
19
Norwich, New York
Public 58%
20
New York, New York
Private For-Profit 48%
21
Schenectady, New York
Private Non-Profit 29%
22
Oneonta, New York
Public 80%
23
Poughkeepsie, New York
Public 67%
24
Riverhead, New York
Private Non-Profit 76%
25
Plattsburgh, New York
Public 18%
26
Syracuse, New York
Public 75%
27
Rochester, New York
Private Non-Profit 43%
28
Valley Stream, New York
Private For-Profit 50%
29
Mexico, New York
Public 84%
30
Utica, New York
Private Non-Profit 24%
31
Williamsville, New York
Private For-Profit 60%
32
Utica, New York
Private Non-Profit 17%
33
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 30%
34
Troy, New York
Private Non-Profit 80%
35
Binghamton, New York
Public 33%
36
Yonkers, New York
Private Non-Profit 24%
37
Bronx, New York
Private Non-Profit 71%
38
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 48%
39
Yorktown Heights, New York
Public 35%
40
Albany, New York
Private Non-Profit 50%
41
New York, New York
Private Non-Profit 80%
42
New York, New York
Private For-Profit 82%

The Hardest Colleges in New York to Get Into.


Data provided by U.S. Department of Education Institute of Education Sciences nces.ed.gov