What colleges/ universities in the midwest can I get into with a 29 act 12 writing and a 3.3 gpa?

I have a lot of great extracurriculars and Im a good writer.

Update:

Im interested in a good biology program or political science program.

Update 2:

I'm an african american male, and will need financial aid.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I did a College Board search for you based on your stats and came up with this list of Midwestern colleges, all of which accept half or more of their students with stats like yours. Please keep in mind that this means that, at some of these colleges, you'd be considered an outstanding applicant (so they're safety schools), while at others, like Indiana University or the University of Wisconsin-Madison, you'd be considered acceptable but not a priority (so they're reach schools). The vast majority, however, are "match" schools for you. You can visit the college profiles at CollegeBoard.com to see exactly where you match up for them.

    Of course, please remember that some state universities expect higher GPAs from out-of-state applicants, and don't forget all of the other factors involved. :) But hopefully, if your whole application will be as strong as you expect, all of these would be within reach.

    Adrian College

    Anderson University

    Andrews University

    Augsburg College

    Augustana College

    Ball State University

    Beloit College

    Bethel College (Kansas)

    Blackburn College

    Bluffton University

    Briar Cliff University

    Buena Vista University

    Butler University

    Calumet College of St. Joseph

    Carroll University

    Case Western Reserve University

    Central Michigan University

    Cleveland State University

    College of Mount St. Joseph

    Coe College

    College of St. Benedict/St. John's University

    Columbia College (Missouri)

    Concord University

    Concordia University (Michigan)

    Concordia University (Minnesota)

    Concordia University (Nebraska)

    Concordia University (Wisconsin)

    Defiance College

    DePaul University

    DePauw University

    Drake University

    Drury University

    Earlham College

    Eastern Illinois University

    Eastern Michigan University

    Elmhurst College

    Eureka College

    Franklin College

    Friends University

    Grace University

    Gustavus Adolphus College

    Hanover College

    Heidelberg University

    Hillsdale College

    Hiram College

    Illinois College

    Illinois Institute of Technology

    Illinois State University

    Illinois Wesleyan University

    Indiana Institute of Technology

    Indiana University Bloomington

    Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

    Iowa Wesleyan College

    Jamestown College

    Judson University

    Kalamazoo College

    Kent State University

    Kettering University

    Knox College

    Lake Erie College

    Lake Forest College

    Lawrence Technological University

    Lawrence University

    Lewis University

    Lincoln College

    Lindenwood University

    Loras College

    Loyola University Chicago

    MacMurray College

    Malone University

    Marian University

    Marquette University

    Marygrove College

    Maryville University of Saint Louis

    McKendree University

    Michigan State University

    Michigan Technological University

    Minnesota State University - Mankato

    Minot State University

    Missouri State University

    Missouri Valley College

    Monmouth College

    Morningside College

    Mount Mary College (Wisconsin)

    North Central College

    North Park University

    Northern Illinois University

    Northland College

    Northwood University: Michigan

    Notre Dame College (Ohio)

    Ohio Dominican University

    Ohio State University: Columbus

    Ohio Wesleyan University

    Ohio Valley University

    Olivet College

    Ottawa University (Kansas)

    Purdue University

    Rockford College

    Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

    Saint Joseph's College (Indiana)

    Saint Louis University

    Shepherd University

    Siena Heights University

    Silver Lake College

    Southern Illinois University - Carbondale

    Southwest Minnesota State University

    St. Luke's College

    St. Mary's University of Minnesota

    St. Mary-of-the-Woods College

    St. Olaf College

    St. Xavier University

    Stephens College (Missouri)

    Sterling College (Kansas)

    Tiffin University

    Trine University

    Trinity International University

    Union College (Nebraska)

    University of Akron

    University of Charleston

    University of Cincinnati

    University of Dayton

    University of Detroit Mercy

    University of Dubuque

    University of Findlay

    University of Illinois at Chicago

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

    University of Michigan: Dearborn

    University of Minnesota: Crookston

    University of Minnesota: Duluth

    University of Minnesota: Morris

    University of Minnesota: Twin Cities

    University of Missouri: Kansas City

    University of Missouri: St. Louis

    University of Nebraska - Lincoln

    University of North Dakota

    University of St. Francis (Illinois)

    University of St. Francis (Indiana)

    University of St. Mary

    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

    University of Wisconsin-Green Bay

    University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

    University of Wisconsin-Madison

    University of Wisconsin-Stout

    University of Wisconsin-Superior

    University of Wisconsin-Whitewater

    Upper Iowa University

    Ursuline College (Ohio)

    Wartburg College

    Webster University

    West Virginia University Institute of Technology

    West Virginia State University

    West Virginia Wesleyan College

    Wheaton College

    Wheeling Jesuit University

    Wilberforce University

    William Jewell College

    William Penn Univers

    Source(s): Former Academic Adviser & College Admissions Staffer
  • Meg
    Lv 6
    1 decade ago

    You need to pick a major first and then look for schools with a good program for what you want to do in the area you want to be in.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    That is interesting

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