As of 2014, Division I colleges and universities with the highest acceptance rates are Utah Valley University (100 percent), Weber State (100), UTEP (99.8), Utah State (98.5) and Akron (96.3).
Popular majors at Weber State in Ogden, Utah include Registered Nursing, Selling Skills and Sales Operations, Accounting, Computer Science and Medical Radiologic Technology. The Wildcats compete in the Big Sky Conference.
Utah Valley is well known for fields of study in Psychology, Business Administration and Management, Airline/Commercial/Professional Pilot and Flight Crew, Elementary Education and Accounting. The Wolverines are members of the Western Athletic Conference.
UTEP offers at least 70 bachelor’s, 76 master’s and 20 doctoral degrees to 23,000 students on its 433-acre campus. The Miners are members of Conference USA.
Specialties at Utah State include Communication Sciences and Disorders, Economics,
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies, Elementary Education and Teaching, and Physical Education Teaching and Coaching. The Aggies are members of the Mountain West Conference.
Business Management and Marketing, Health Professions, Education, Engineering, Communications and Journalism are among the top programs at Akron. The Zips compete in the Mid-American Conference.
The next-highest acceptance rates among schools competing in NCAA Division I athletics are: Wright State (96.3), Kansas State (95.9), Wichita State (95.8), Montana (95.7), Wyoming (95.5), Incarnate Word (93.1), Western Kentucky (92.3), Iona and Central Arkansas (92.1), South Carolina State 92.0) South Dakota State (91.9) and Loyola-Illinois and Northern Arizona (91.4).