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2024 Best Colleges with Community Organization and Advocacy Degrees in Ohio

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  1. #21 Best Colleges in Ohio.

    Youngstown State University

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    4 Year,

    YOUNGSTOWN, OH,

    1458 Niche users give it an average review of 3.5 stars.

    Featured Review: Junior says Throughout my experience at Youngstown State University, one key aspect about this college that has stood out to me over the years are the staff- more specifically, the professors. There have been...However, a potential challenge within Youngstown State University's structure is the manner in which students are billed for various services and resources. Considering that many, if not all,....

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    Overall Niche Grade: B,

    Acceptance Rate: 78%,

    Net Price: $12,290,

    SAT Range: 930-1180,

  2. #23 Best Colleges in Ohio.

    Cleveland State University

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    4 Year,

    CLEVELAND, OH,

    1987 Niche users give it an average review of 3.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Alum says It was wonderful! I began taking courses at Cleveland State University my junior year during the midst of the covid 19 pandemic. I can not speak to the campus life or housing as I commuted there each....

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    Overall Niche Grade: B,

    Acceptance Rate: 91%,

    Net Price: $15,517,

    SAT Range: 900-1170,

  3. The University of Akron

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    4 Year,

    AKRON, OH,

    2957 Niche users give it an average review of 3.6 stars.

    Featured Review: Alum says I came to the University of Akron from Pittsburgh, PA to participate as a member of their Division 1 women's soccer team. Coming to a city where I really knew nothing about, the university made me....

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    Overall Niche Grade: B minus,

    Acceptance Rate: 85%,

    Net Price: $17,443,

    SAT Range: 990-1230,

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