A new study from the University of Texas at Austin looks at scholarship programs that are the most popular in the U.S. and offers a ranking of the most prestigious colleges and universities.
The rankings come as colleges nationwide grapple with a rise in student loan debt and the lack of scholarships in general.
The study, titled “Who’s the Best College Scholarship Universe?” was published Thursday in the journal Social Forces.
The rankings have been the subject of some debate, with many people pointing to the rankings of the top colleges in their states, and others saying that colleges are far more competitive when they offer more scholarships.
In fact, the rankings for the top 50 colleges and university in the United States vary significantly from state to state.
The report focuses on the top 20,000 public universities, which include about 2,600 universities in the US.
The researchers also looked at the top 500 private colleges, which account for about 20,500 schools.
They found that the top 15 universities with the most students are also the top 100 most popular scholarship programs, and the top 150 programs are the top 400 most popular scholarships.
For example, the top scholarship programs at the University the University College London, which was founded in 1615, have been ranked in the top 30.
The University of Maryland, the first college to admit women, was ranked No. 1 in the rankings.
The University of Chicago, a private university in Illinois, was No. 3.
The researchers said that in general, more scholarships are awarded in the USA than anywhere else in the world.
And the top universities are all the more competitive because there are so many more scholarship opportunities out there for students, the report said.
The ranking is based on students who take out loans.
The research team used the College Scorecard, a database of financial aid data, to determine the top 10,000 universities in each state.
The universities with a score of 5 or higher were included.
The study said that there are a lot of scholarships that students can take out, but the top 25 programs are often the most competitive.
It also noted that universities are not as competitive when it comes to scholarships, as the average GPA of students is less than 2.0.