Top Universities in Connecticut

By | April 20, 2019

For those interested in studying in Connecticut, we have a very useful list. We selected the best Connecticut institutions for prospective students. Please know that rankings are based on academic research, alumni reviews, graduation rates, as well as assessment from peer colleges. On the page, you will find major admissions stats such as acceptance rate, tuition fees, average SAT scores for each ranked college or university.

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Rankings Schools
1 Yale University (New Haven, CT)
Tuition: $42,300
Total enrollment: 11,875
Fall 2011 acceptance rate: 7.7%
Average freshman retention rate: 99%
6-year graduation rate: 97%
Classes with under 20 students: 77.2%
SAT/ACT 25th-75th percentile: 1400-1590
2 University of Connecticut (Storrs, CT)
Tuition: in-state: $11,242, out-of-state: $29,074
Total enrollment: 25,868
Fall 2011 acceptance rate: 47.3%
Average freshman retention rate: 93%
6-year graduation rate: 83%
Classes with under 20 students: 41.6%
SAT/ACT 25th-75th percentile: 1130-1310

 

Top Universities in Connecticut

June in the U.S. History

June 1st

1792 Kentucky becomes the fifteenth state of the United States.

1796 Tennessee becomes the sixteenth state of the United States.

1869 Thomas Edison received his first patent (for an electric voting machine).

1905 An exhibit opened in Portland, Oregon, commemorating the centenary of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

1980 The CNN news channel began broadcasting.

2 June

1851 The first legal restrictions on the sale of alcohol in the United States were passed in Maine .

1886 First (and only to date) White House wedding: US President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom.

1924 Congress passed a law granting US citizenship to all Indians born in the country.

1935 Baseball player Babe Ruth, one of America’s greatest athletes, retires from MLB .

1977 In New Jersey, a law was signed to allow gambling in the state.

1997 Timothy McVeigh was found guilty of organizing the Oklahoma City bombing.

June 3

1621 The Dutch West India Company was formed and played a significant role in the development of the Northeast United States.

1942 During World War II, the Japanese launched the Aleutian operation, which resulted in the occupation of the islands of Attu and Kiska.

1965 Edward White became the first American to walk in outer space.

June 4

1812 Missouri Territory was created.

1876 The first transcontinental express train arrived from New York to San Francisco, taking less than 84 hours to travel.

1896 Henry Ford tested his first car, the Ford Quadricycle.

1917 The first Pulitzer Prize was awarded.

1919 The US Congress passed the 19th Amendment to the Constitution giving women the right to vote.

2004 “Bulldozer War” by Marvin Heemeyer in Colorado.

June 5

1851 Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin is published in Washington, D.C. and played a significant role in the fight against slavery in the United States.

1933 US President Franklin Roosevelt signed an executive order to end the gold standard.

1947 During a speech at Harvard, US Secretary of State George Marshall announced a program of assistance to post-war Europe – the “Marshall Plan”.

1968 U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Robert Kennedy is fatally shot in Los Angeles, California.

June 6

1894 The Colorado National Guard was sent to protect miners during the ” Labor Wars “.

1933 The first drive-in movie theater opens in New Jersey.

1946 The National Basketball Association (NBA) was formed in New York.

June 7

1776 Second Continental Congressman from Virginia, Richard Lee, votes on a resolution later adopted as the Declaration of Independence.

1892 In Louisiana, Homer Plessy was arrested for refusing to vacate a “white seat” on a train, leading to important court decisions on the issue of racial segregation.

1913 First successful ascent of Mount Denali (formerly known as McKinley) in Alaska, the highest mountain in the United States.

1942 During World War II, the Japanese occupied the islands of Attu and Kiska.

June 8

1789 James Madison proposed to the US Congress to consider amendments to the Constitution, later adopted as the “Bill of Rights”.

1861 Tennessee became the last state to secede from the United States during the Civil War.

1906 President Theodore Roosevelt signed a law allowing the US government to create “national monument” protected areas.

the 9th of June

1732 King George II of Great Britain signed a charter establishing the last of the American colonies, which later became the state of Georgia.

1772 Burning of the British ship Gaspee off the coast of Rhode Island.

1934 Donald Duck, the duck character that became famous, debuted in the Wise Hen cartoon.

1959 USS George Washington, the first nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine, was launched in Connecticut .

June 10th

1692 In Salem, Massachusetts, Bridget Bishop, the first victim of the Salem witch trials, was executed.

1775 In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the future second President of the United States, John Adams, proposed the creation of the Continental Army.

1805 A peace treaty was signed that ended the First Barbary War between the United States and the Maghreb states (Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Tripoli).

1898 During the Spanish-American War, American sailors landed in Cuba.

1935 Alcoholics Anonymous was formed in Akron, Ohio .