http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivy_League http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jesuit_Ivy http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Ivies http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Public_Ivies
The easiest? A public Ivy. The second easiest? Another public Ivy. So in your case, I would suggest applying/going to a public Ivy. :P
But seriously. Should you really base where you want to go to college on the premise of a school's... Ivy-ness?
Yes, I know that all of these Ivies are "among the most prestigious and selective schools in the U.S., they consistently place close to the top of college and university rankings; they rank within the top one percent of the world's academic institutions in terms of financial endowment; they attract top-tier students and faculty..." (Wiki's Ivy League article). But are they easy
to get into?! And which is the easiest
to get into?! You can NOT put an order on that! Furthermore, adding in those adcom decisions completely throws that off as well. (You may want to take a look at this thread: "Behind the scenes" article on admissions at a LAC
, and read an article like this: http://www.scfun.net/sceduc-cl-newsweek.pdf
) So unless you are beyond brilliant (few of us are, mind you), all Ivies are hard to get into.