Which business schools have the most full-time female students?

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School name Female
Boston College (Carroll)

Chestnut Hill, MA

30.5%
University of Wisconsin—​Parkside

Kenosha, WI

30.4%
University of Illinois—​Urbana-​Champaign

Champaign, IL

30.3%
Washington University in St. Louis (Olin)

St. Louis, MO

30.1%
Baylor University (Hankamer)

Waco, TX

30.1%
University of Kentucky (Gatton)

Lexington, KY

29.9%
Southern Methodist University (Cox)

Dallas, TX

29.2%
Marshall University (Lewis)

Huntington, WV

29.1%
University of Tennessee—​Knoxville

Knoxville, TN

29.1%
Texas Christian University (Neeley)

Fort Worth, TX

28.9%
The Citadel

Charleston, SC

28.6%
University of Florida (Hough)

Gainesville, FL

28.6%
University of Portland (Pamplin)

Portland, OR

28.6%
West Chester University of Pennsylvania

West Chester, PA

28.6%
University of Texas—​Austin (McCombs)

Austin, TX

28.4%
Binghamton University—​SUNY

Binghamton, NY

28.3%
Georgia Institute of Technology (Scheller)

Atlanta, GA

27.9%
University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities (Carlson)

Minneapolis, MN

27.9%
University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill (Kenan-​Flagler)

Chapel Hill, NC

27.7%
Indiana University—​Bloomington (Kelley)

Bloomington, IN

27.6%
University of Kansas

Lawrence, KS

27.5%
Arizona State University (Carey)

Tempe, AZ

27.3%
University of Colorado—​Boulder (Leeds)

Boulder, CO

27.2%
Western Kentucky University (Ford)

Bowling Green, KY

27.0%
Texas A&M University—​College Station (Mays)

College Station, TX

26.8%

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