Rankings by lay magazines such as the U.S. News emphasize admission rates, faculty to student ratios, etc. but these parameters do not reflect the quality of education or the success of graduates. The data below focus on parameters that provide concrete insights into the available intellectual resources and long-term student success after graduation. The Nobel Prize and Fields Medal data are from Wikipedia, the billionaire data are from Wealth-X, the National Academies membership data are from the individual Academies, the Rhodes and Marshall data are from the foundations, and the publication data are from PubMed searches. Professional school placement data are from the WSJ.