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The 14 Best Colleges You Can Get Into, According To Money Magazine

It might be tough to get into the Ivy League, but that doesn't mean you can't get into a good school.

Money magazine's new list released Monday ranks the best schools where students who might not be at the top of their class can get accepted

Each of these schools accept "at least 50 percent of applicants," and the typical admitted student had a high school GPA between 3.0 and 3.4.

Check out the list below to see the top 14 "best colleges that you can actually get into," or head to Money for the full run down.

  • 1 Principia College
    Elsah, Ilinois
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    Elsah, Ilinois
  • 2 University of Washington-Bothell
    Bothell, Washington
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    Bothell, Washington
  • 3 Manhattan College
    Riverdale, New York
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    Riverdale, New York
  • 4 Massachusetts Maritime Academy
    Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
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    Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts
  • 5 Montana Tech of the University of Montana
    Butte, Montana
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    Butte, Montana
  • 6 Holy Family University
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 7 Molloy College
    Rockville Centre, New York
    Rockville Centre, New York
  • 8 Oregon Institute of Technology
    Klamath Falls, Oregon
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    Klamath Falls, Oregon
  • 9 California Maritime Academy
    Vallejo, California
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    Vallejo, California
  • 10 Bryant University
    Smithfield, Rhode Island
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    Smithfield, Rhode Island
  • 11 Louisiana State University and Agriculture & Mechanical College
    Baton Rouge, Louisiana
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    Baton Rouge, Louisiana
  • 12 University of Arizona
    Tucson, Arizona
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    Tucson, Arizona
  • 13 University of Illinois at Chicago
    Chicago, Illinois

<em><strong>CORRECTION: </strong>A previous version of this slide showed an image of the University of Chi
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    Chicago, Illinois CORRECTION: A previous version of this slide showed an image of the University of Chicago, not the University of Illinois at Chicago.
  • 14 Rutgers University-Newark
    Newark, New Jersey
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    Newark, New Jersey
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