Top 100 most influential US colleges on Twitter

Top 100 most influential US colleges on Twitter

Posted on 30 Jul 2014 Views ( 1393 )

University

Following

Followers

Ratio

Tweets/day

Social Authority

University of Texas, Austin

907

76,100

83.9

5.3

81

University of Wisconsin, Madison

1,857

66,500

35.8

15.2

79

Indiana University, Bloomington

441

96,000

217.7

7.2

78

Harvard University

586

360,000

614.3

11.9

77

University of Florida

141

66,600

472.3

7.8

77

Pennsylvania State University, University Park

537

68,300

127.2

7.2

75

University of Notre Dame

281

43,700

155.5

2.5

74

Stanford University

895

204,000

227.9

4.7

71

University of Virginia

1,483

33,600

22.7

3.4

71

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

811

71,400

88

4.8

71

Georgia Institute of Technology 

2,060

30,500

14.8

3.3

70

University of California, Los Angeles

259

53,400

206.2

1.6

68

Boston College

3,329

39,600

11.9

7.7

68

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

6,316

22,600

3.6

4.7

68

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

325

120,000

369.2

2.2

67

Cornell University

179

72,800

406.7

2.3

67

Princeton University

445

99,400

223.4

5.4

66

New York University

470

20,500

43.6

1.2

66

Yale University

208

135,000

649

4.1

65

Brown University

438

53,300

121.7

2.9

65

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

481

21,900

45.5

3.2

65

Vanderbilt University

1,853

21,400

11.5

4.4

64

Boston University

18,300

41,300

2.3

3.9

64

United States Military Academy

174

19,800

113.8

2.7

63

University of Southern California

3,581

51,900

14.5

5.2

63

Columbia University

246

61,600

250.4

3.9

62

University of Pennsylvania

991

40,700

41.1

5.8

62

George Washington University

1,707

22,900

13.4

2.6

62

Duke University

381

23,600

61.9

6.9

61

Northwestern University

434

21,800

50.2

4.2

61

 Johns Hopkins University

3,780

40,400

10.7

7.7

61

Southern Methodist University 

3,769

18,300

4.9

4.4

61

Dartmouth College

1,451

17,600

12.1

6.5

60

University of Washington

1,439

63,500

44.1

3.4

60

University of Georgia

180

27,000

150

2.4

60

Tufts University

6,263

23,900

3.8

4.8

58

Georgetown University

2,234

27,800

12.4

1.3

58

University of Chicago

1,146

15,400

13.4

4.6

57

College of William and Mary

164

13,900

84.8

1.8

57

United States Air Force Academy

318

8,471

26.6

2.1

56

Rice University

585

14,300

24.4

4.2

56

Brandeis University

4,635

12,300

2.7

1.5

56

University of Rochester

4,039

10,500

2.6

2.3

56

Carnegie Mellon University

621

23,300

37.5

3

55

Lehigh University

2,475

9,290

3.8

3.6

55

University of California, Davis

1,204

12,700

10.5

6.5

55

Colgate University

3,103

12,200

3.9

8.7

54

Washington University in Saint Louis

281

11,500

40.9

1.5

54

College of the Holy Cross

7,210

7,678

1.1

5.1

54

Brigham Young University

240

18,100

75.4

1.4

54

University of California, Berkeley

816

28,500

34.9

3.2

53

Wellesley College

321

7,837

24.4

1.9

53

Bryn Mawr College

966

5,063

5.2

3.9

53

Wake Forest University

597

7,249

12.1

1.8

53

Bowdoin College

2,032

5,624

2.8

4

52

Smith College

1,781

10,700

6

5

52

University of Richmond

856

10,100

11.8

2.3

52

Pepperdine University

190

5,629

29.6

0.9

52

California Institute of Technology

58

16,900

291.4

1.2

51

United States Naval Academy

38

11,500

302.6

0.5

50

Barnard College

1,679

7,167

4.3

0.8

50

University of Maryland, College Park

1,337

26,200

19.6

4

50

Villanova University

2,313

13,700

5.9

3.3

50

Centre College

1,156

4,112

3.6

2.8

50

Swarthmore College

551

4,141

7.5

1.6

49

Union College

403

4,953

12.3

2.7

49

Macalester College

5,622

6,162

1.1

1.4

49

Santa Clara University

485

6,265

12.9

1.6

48

Mount Holyoke College

2,539

7,850

3.1

7

48

Wheaton College

36

8,064

224

1.7

48

Washington and Lee University

762

4,940

6.5

3.7

47

Wesleyan University

70

11,200

160

1.9

47

Williams College

2,267

8,169

3.6

2.4

46

Amherst College

411

6,982

17

1.6

45

Colby College

1,155

4,987

4.3

1.5

45

Colorado College

423

5,739

13.6

2

45

Franklin and Marshall College

929

4,701

5.1

1.8

45

Carleton College

752

4,567

6.1

1

44

Lafayette College

865

4,225

4.9

4

44

Grinnell College

404

3,102

7.7

0.8

44

 Kenyon College

938

4,328

4.6

1.1

44

Scripps College

2,204

2,673

1.2

3.1

44

Haverford College

318

3,242

10.2

2.1

43

Pomona College

220

4,631

21.1

1.8

42

Hamilton College

2,174

6,055

2.8

2

40

Oberlin College

137

2,457

17.9

3.5

40

Case Western Reserve University

822

3,920

4.8

0.5

40

Davidson College

457

3,932

8.6

1.7

38

Vassar College

31

3,717

119.9

0.5

37

Trinity College

213

2,499

11.7

0.8

37

Middlebury College

105

7,340

69.9

0.5

36

Harvey Mudd College

747

2,805

3.8

0.6

36

DePauw University

1,011

4,832

4.8

1.2

36

Reed College

0

1,217

-

0.1

35

Sewanee-University of the South

139

3,067

22.1

0.9

34

Cooper Union

68

5,452

80.2

0.4

33

University of California, Santa Barbara

228

3,789

16.6

0.8

33

Whitman College

240

1,296

5.4

0.8

32

United States Coast Guard Academy

7

598

85.4

1.2

23

Virginia Military Institute

53

364

6.9

0.2

7