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Choosing a college is one of the most important decisions a person will make for their education, impacting everything from future income and employment to potential student loan debt and social circles.

While every student wants to get the best education possible, there are myriad other considerations to take into account: location, size, diversity, areas of interest, study abroad opportunities, the list goes on. While top college lists are often topped with the same handful of pricey Ivy League schools, the United States is home to more than 4,000 degree-granting schools spread across all 50 states and several territories, with educational offerings amazing for students of all ages.

Stacker has compiled a list of top colleges in Virginia using Niche rankings. Keep reading to see the best schools in your state.

#ten. Virginia Commonwealth University (Richmond)

– Acceptance rate: 87% (1070-1260 SAT)

– Net price: $20,968

#9. Hollins University (Roanoke)

– Acceptance rate: 71% (1070-1300 SAT)

– Net price: $20,457

#8. Liberty University (Lynchburg)

– Acceptance rate: 51% (1040-1260 SAT)

– Net price: $28,181

#seven. James Madison University (Harrisonburg)

– Acceptance rate: 77% (1120-1290 SAT)

– Net price: $18,708

#6. Virginia Military Institute (Lexington)

– Acceptance rate: 60% (1090-1270 SAT)

– Net price: $13,428

#5. Virginia Tech (Blacksburg)

– Acceptance rate: 70% (1180-1390 SAT)

– Net price: $18,449

#4. University of Richmond (University of Richmond)

– Acceptance rate: 28% (1290-1460 SAT)

– Net price: $25,282

#3. William and Mary (Williamsburg)

– Acceptance rate: 38% (1320-1510 SAT)

– Net price: $18,551

#2. University of Virginia (Charlottesville)

– Acceptance rate: 24% (1340-1520 SAT)

– Net price: $17,579

#1. Washington and Lee University (Lexington)

– Acceptance rate: 19% (1360-1500 SAT)

– Net price: $23,301

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