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USA Today- Top Colleges 2008

Just in time for back to school, there is yet another top college's list out. This time by USA Today.
The number one school on the list is Harvard University. Harvard is said to be the country's oldest, wealthiest and most selective university. Harvard scored No. 1 spot for the first time in 12 years.

Princeton sliped to No. 2, ending eight straight years of at least sharing the top ranking.

Yale follows at No. 3, and MIT and Stanford tie for fourth. The University of California, Berkeley is the highest-ranked public university, at No. 21 overall. In a separate list for liberal arts colleges, Amherst moves up one spot to tie Williams, its rival just up the road in Massachusetts, for the top spot.Top-ranked national universities in 2009 edition of "America's Best Colleges" from U.S. News & World Report (last year's ranking in parentheses).

1. Harvard University (2)

2. Princeton University (1)

3. Yale University (3)

4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (7)

4. Stanford University (4)

6. California Institute of Technology (5)

6. University of Pennsylvania (5)

8. Columbia University (9)

8. Duke University (8)

8. University of Chicago (9)

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