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Top 450 Ranked Colleges - Safest Colleges and Universities - Page 7

Colleges and universities ranked for campus safety on a scale that accounts for severity of a crime as well as frequency of crime. Campus crime statistics below are per 100 students. To find info about a school not listed below, try the site search at the bottom of the page.

Top 450 Ranked Colleges - Safest Colleges and Universities - Page 7

2020 2019 School Name
Aggravated Assault
Vehicle Theft
Local Crime
121 111 Ohio State University-Newark Campus                 0.04 0.10
122 122 Wilson College                   0.11
123 N/A Baker College of Auburn Hills                   0.11
124 121 California Western School of Law                   0.11
125 123 Coleman University                   0.11
126 124 Purdue University Global-Lewiston                   0.11
127 126 Lackawanna College       0.06           0.10
128 125 Purdue University Global-Des Moines   0.11               0.05
129 128 Indiana Wesleyan University-Marion     0.01 0.04           0.10
130 127 Purdue University Global-Cedar Rapids                   0.11
131 131 Mount Mercy University                   0.11
132 137 University of Wisconsin Colleges                   0.11
133 130 Herzing University-Madison                   0.11
134 132 Kentucky Wesleyan College                   0.11
135 136 Central Christian College of Kansas       0.15           0.09
136 133 Bellingham Technical College                   0.12
137 134 Whatcom Community College                   0.12
138 135 University of Maine at Machias                   0.11
139 N/A University of Connecticut-Waterbury Campus                   0.11
140 139 Virginia Intermont College                   0.12
Incidents per 100 students
Local crime is weighed less than campus crime in a school's overall safety ranking. Each city's safety ranking is based on the same categories that are displayed for crimes that take place on campus.

The campus crime statistics published on StateUniversity.com are compiled from crime reports submitted by college/university law enforcement between January 1 and December 31, 2019. College safety ratings based on campus crime can be a useful tool in evaluating a college or university; however, these safety ratings only provide part of the picture. Before making a college decision based on campus crime reports, students are advised to consider other factors, such as overall crime in the neighboring community. Local organizations and law enforcement may be able to provide such additional information.

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