8 Best colleges for Urban and Regional planning in Illinois

Below is the list of best universities in Illinois ranked based on their research performance in Urban and Regional planning. A graph of 21.9K citations received by 805 academic papers made by 8 universities in Illinois was used to calculate publications' ratings, which then were adjusted for release dates and added to final scores.

We don't distinguish undergraduate and graduate programs nor do we adjust for current majors offered. You can find information about granted degrees on a university page but always double-check with an official site as it's constantly changing data.

  1. For Urban and Regional planning

    University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign logo
    Acceptance Rate
    59%
    Average SAT
    1340
    Average ACT
    29
    Receiving Aid
    64%
  2. For Urban and Regional planning

    University of Illinois at Chicago logo
    Acceptance Rate
    73%
    Average SAT
    1145
    Average ACT
    25
    Receiving Aid
    78%
  3. For Urban and Regional planning

    University of Chicago logo
    Acceptance Rate
    6%
    Average SAT
    1535
    Average ACT
    34
    Net Price
    $34,719
  4. For Urban and Regional planning

    Northwestern University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    9%
    Average SAT
    1495
    Average ACT
    34
    Net Price
    $26,196
  5. For Urban and Regional planning

    DePaul University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    68%
    Net Price
    $32,022
    Receiving Aid
    98%
    Average Aid
    $24,087
  6. For Urban and Regional planning

    Northern Illinois University logo
    Acceptance Rate
    48%
    Average SAT
    1055
    Average ACT
    22
    Receiving Aid
    97%
  7. For Urban and Regional planning

    Loyola University Chicago logo
    Acceptance Rate
    67%
    Average SAT
    1225
    Average ACT
    28
    Net Price
    $36,388
  8. For Urban and Regional planning

    Southern Illinois University - Carbondale logo
    Acceptance Rate
    66%
    Average SAT
    1140
    Average ACT
    25
    Receiving Aid
    95%

Closest to Illinois states to learn Urban and Regional planning