The Daily Beast crunched crime reports at the nation's colleges and universities to determine the safest and most dangerous campuses. The following lists the Top 10 in each category. The rankings were done on a per-student basis. Data were gathered on nine criminal incidents, from burglary to murder.
The Most Dangerous -- No. 10: Morgan State University is home to about 7,200 students in Baltimore, Md. One murder and nearly 150 burglaries have been reported on campus.
No. 9: Nearly 7,000 students attend Norfolk State University in Norfolk, Va., where campus police have reported one murder, six rapes and 12 cases of arson, among other crimes.
No. 8: More than 30 aggravated assaults and nearly 175 burglaries occurred in the past three years at North Carolina Central University in Durham, N.C.
No. 7: In the past three years at Howard University in Washington, D.C., police have reported seven rapes, 90 robberies and 27 aggravated assaults there.
No. 6: About 6,200 students are enrolled at the University of Baltimore, where police reported 55 robberies and 20 aggravated assaults, among other crimes.
No. 5: More than 220 burglaries and 16 rapes have occurred at the University of Hartford in Hartford, Conn., in the past three years, according to campus police.
No. 4: Rutgers University is home to more than 11,500 students in Newark, N.J. But it has also been the site of nearly 390 burglaries, one murder and 42 robberies in recent years.
No. 3: Harvard University is one of the most prestigious schools in the country, but also one of the most dangerous. Police there reported one murder, 128 rapes, more than 900 burglaries and 151 robberies in the past three years.
No. 2: The University of Maryland-Baltimore has about 6,400 students. In the past three years, police there reported 67 burglaries, 57 assaults, six rapes and 38 robberies, among other crimes.
No. 1: More than 10,000 students are enrolled at Tufts University in Boston. In the past three years, nearly 175 burglaries, 100 robberies, 36 rapes and one murder have been reported on campus.
The Safest -- No. 10: Two rapes and 13 burglaries have been reported in the past three years at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas.
No. 9: Only a handful of property crimes have been reported in the past three years at Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Ind.
No. 8: New York City's Fashion Institute of Technology boasts an enrollment of nearly 10,500 students and relatively low crime, given its location.
No. 7: Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho, is one of the larger schools on the list at 13,500 students. Nine rapes have been reported, but only one assault and eight burglaries.
No. 6: More than 24,000 students are enrolled at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Mich., but only 18 burglaries, one robbery and 10 rapes in the past three years.
No. 5: One rape, three burglaries and three car thefts have been reported at Farmingdale State College in Farmingdale, N.Y. The school enrolls nearly 7,000 students.
No. 4: Indiana University-Southeast in New Albany, Ind., is home to about 6,800 students. Just five burglaries have been reported on campus the past three years.
No. 3: Only six burglaries have been reported on campus at Long Island University's Brooklyn campus the past three years. About 8,300 students are enrolled there.
No. 2: The New York Institute of Technology's Old Westbury campus in Old Westbury, N.Y., is home to about 9,100 students. But just one burglary has been reported there in three years.
No. 1: Two rapes have been reported at Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee the past three years. The Daily Beast ranked it the safest college campus in the U.S.