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    1. Brigham Young University (UT)

    Provo, UT
    • $10,000 Tuition
    • 1260 Avg SAT
    • 27,765 Enrolled

    Brigham Young University is a Mormon school that’s “all about putting religion and education together” and learning “about secular subjects through spiritual eyes.” The school provides a “high-quality” education in a “challenging” academic ...

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    2. City University of New York--Brooklyn College

    Brooklyn, NY
    • $6,030 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT
    • 13,596 Enrolled

    From the School: Brooklyn College is among our nation's elite public colleges. A part of the City University of New York, the college enrolls on average 16,500 undergraduate and graduate students, who represent the ethnic and cultural ...

    3. College of the Ozarks

    Point Lookout, MO
    • $0 Tuition
    • 1180 Avg SAT
    • 1,433 Enrolled

    The appeal of College of the Ozarks is simple: “It’s a tuition-free, small, Christoriented college!” Students come here so they can “graduate debt-free” and get “a free education consisting of hard work and Christian qualities.” The school’s slogan ...

    4. Wheaton College (IL)

    Wheaton, IL
    • $31,900 Tuition
    • 1300 Avg SAT
    • 2,444 Enrolled

    Wheaton College strives to cultivate students’ knowledge and to “prepare them to enter the world as strong and capable individuals who serve Christ and His Kingdom.” This “academically rigorous” and deeply religious liberal arts school is equally as ...

    5. Gordon College

    Wenham, MA
    • 1160 Avg SAT
    • 1,736 Enrolled

    One of the country’s top Christian colleges, Gordon College is about “educating excellent leaders to work for the common good.” Those who attend are taught to be “responsible and moral students in whatever field they are a part of” and are given “a ...

    6. Wesleyan College

    Macon, GA
    • $19,750 Tuition
    • 990 Avg SAT
    • 648 Enrolled

    To many of its students, the words “sisterhood” and “tradition” are synonymous with Wesleyan College. Founded in 1836, Wesleyan “was the first college [chartered] to offer degrees to women.” This private women’s college located in Macon, Georgia, is ...

    7. Grove City College

    Grove City, PA
    • 1250 Avg SAT
    • 2,509 Enrolled

    Students avow that Grove City is “a great option for someone who wants to learn from a Christian perspective.” Located near Pittsburgh, this “small, conservative, independent” college is renowned for its “great spiritual atmosphere,” providing a ...

    8. Spelman College

    Atlanta, GA
    • $22,055 Tuition
    • 1000 Avg SAT
    • 2,135 Enrolled

    A historically black women’s institution, Spelman College has built a strong reputation for “molding intelligent, goal-oriented young ladies into determined, successful, free-thinking women.” Many prospective students are attracted to the school’s ...

    9. Xavier University of Louisiana

    New Orleans, LA
    • $18,500 Tuition
    • 990 Avg SAT
    • 2,525 Enrolled

    One of the top Historically Black Colleges/Universities (HBCU), Xavier University of Louisiana prides itself on educating students in a range of subjects, to provide a “thriving underlying foundation, upon which students can achieve the very best ...

    10. City University of New York--City College

    New York, NY
    • $16,050 Tuition
    • 1030 Avg SAT
    • 12,889 Enrolled

    From the School: We're here to help you design your future.

    What do you want to be? Where do you want to go? You have so many choices we’d like to show you why City may be the right choice for you.

    City is an old school ...

    11. City University of New York--Queens College

    Flushing, NY
    • $16,050 Tuition
    • 1100 Avg SAT
    • 15,773 Enrolled

    As a senior college of the City University of New York, Queens College is an educational institution for locals. The large, diverse university sits upon eighty acres in the middle of Flushing, and offers (mainly locals and commuters) the chance to ...

    12. City University of New York--Baruch College

    New York, NY
    • $16,050 Tuition
    • 1230 Avg SAT
    • 14,082 Enrolled

    Baruch College consists of three schools, and although its Weissman School of Arts and Sciences and School of Public Affairs are both strong, it’s the Zicklin School of Business that garners nearly all the attention here (as well over threequarters ...

    13. Calvin College

    Grand Rapids, MI
    • $29,400 Tuition
    • 1180 Avg SAT
    • 3,894 Enrolled

    Nestled in the heart of Grand Rapids, Calvin College manages to seamlessly integrate “Christian faith and learning.” While Christian principles certainly permeate the campus, students stress that “religion [isn’t] forced.” Rather, the college simply ...

    14. Mills College

    Oakland, CA
    • $41,618 Tuition
    • 1140 Avg SAT
    • 917 Enrolled

    Mills College in Oakland, California, is a small women’s institution with a “rigorous academic program” defined as “the epitome of a liberal arts education.” “I was drawn to the small class sizes, the beauty of the campus, and the wonderfully ...

    15. Howard University

    Washington, DC
    • $22,737 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT
    • 6,974 Enrolled

    Noted for “outstanding achievements as an institution as well as the accomplishments of a great majority of its alumni,” Howard University takes great pride in preparing students “to compete on a local and global level.” With “inspiring faculty and ...

    16. Thomas Aquinas College

    Santa Paula, CA
    • $24,500 Tuition
    • 1250 Avg SAT
    • 366 Enrolled

    Students at Thomas Aquinas College relish attending a school that “takes learning seriously for its own sake, not just as preparation for a job.” With a “strong Catholic identity” and “rigorous curriculum,” TAC offers a “holistic education” that’s ...

    17. Pepperdine University

    Malibu, CA
    • 1220 Avg SAT
    • 3,451 Enrolled

    A small private college overlooking the Pacific Ocean, Pepperdine is an “amazingly beautiful” place to get an education. With about 3,500 undergraduates and an excellent teacher/student ratio, Pepperdine and its “smaller class sizes make it beyond ...

    18. Berea College

    Berea, KY
    • $0 Tuition
    • 1130 Avg SAT
    • 1,623 Enrolled

    Kentucky’s Berea College is one of the nation’s few entirely tuition-free private colleges, providing a liberal arts education “to those who otherwise couldn’t afford college but who are deserving of the opportunity.” Berea is “truly a different ...

    19. Agnes Scott College

    Decatur, GA
    • $35,742 Tuition
    • 1160 Avg SAT
    • 873 Enrolled

    Agnes Scott College is a tiny women’s liberal arts college that is “all about creating intelligent, confident, well rounded women.” With just 900 or so students, there is a pervasively “caring and intellectual atmosphere” at a school that students ...

    20. Tuskegee University

    Tuskegee, AL
    • $18,100 Tuition
    • 920 Avg SAT
    • 2,606 Enrolled

    For the past 132 years, Tuskegee University has strived to continue the legacy of higher learning created by Booker T. Washington and upheld by its other notable presidents and benefactors. The “rich history” of the school has always been about ...


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