2012 Fulbright Ranking:

  1. 1. Scripps College
  2. 2. Pitzer College
  3. 3. Pomona College
  4. 4. Grinnell College
  5. 5. Claremont McKenna College
  6. 6. Swarthmore College
  7. 7. Kenyon College
  8. 8. Smith College
  9. 9. Wheaton College (MA)
  10. 10. Agnes Scott College
  11. 11. Williams College
  12. 12. Harvard University
  13. 13. University of Chicago
  14. 14. Bryn Mawr College
  15. 15. Amherst College
  16. 16. Brown University
  17. 17. Yale University
  18. 18. Connecticut College
  19. 19. Hamilton College
  20. 20. College of the Holy Cross
  21. 21. Whitman College
  22. 22. Vassar College
  23. 23. Lewis and Clark College
  24. 24. Oberlin College
  25. 25. Columbia University
  26. 26. Earlham College
  27. 27. Bates College
  28. 28. Occidental College
  29. 29. Carleton College
  30. 30. Middlebury College
  31. 31. Knox College
  32. 32. St. Olaf College
  33. 33. Colby College
  34. 34. Wellesley College
  35. 35. Northwestern University
  36. 36. Duke University
  37. 37. Washington University in St. Louis
  38. 38. Mount Holyoke College
  39. 39. Johns Hopkins University
  40. 40. American University
  41. 41. Stanford University
  42. 42. Princeton University
  43. 43. Spelman College
  44. 44. Trinity College
  45. 45. Barnard College
  46. 46. Macalester College
  47. 47. Boston College
  48. 48. University of Portland
  49. 49. Georgetown University
  50. 50. College of William and Mary
  51. 51. DePauw University
  52. 52. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
  53. 53. Emory University
  54. 54. Colgate University
  55. 55. Wesleyan University
  56. 56. George Washington University
  57. 57. University of Pittsburgh
  58. 58. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  59. 59. Syracuse University
  60. 60. Cornell University
  61. 61. University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
  62. 62. University of Texas, Austin
  63. 63. Villanova University
  64. 64. University of California, Berkeley
  65. 65. Rutgers University
  66. 66. University of California, Los Angeles
  67. 67. University of South Carolina, Columbia
  68. 68. University of Southern California
  69. 69. University of Maryland, College Park
  70. 70. Michigan St. University
  71. 71. University of Nebraska, Lincoln
  72. 72. University of Wisconsin, Madison
  73. 73. Arizona St. University
  74. 74. University of Georgia, Athens
  75. 75. Florida St. University

 

2011 Fulbright Ranking