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    1. Ohio Northern University

    Ada, OH
    • $27,500 Tuition
    • 2,854 Enrolled
    • 570 Avg SAT Reading
    • 590 Avg SAT Math
    • 560 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Ohio Northern University (ONU) has a 95 percent job and graduate school placement rate. Its long-standing success is partly because of excellent professors, partly because of ambitious students, and partly because the ...

    2. Drew University

    Madison, NJ
    • $45,552 Tuition
    • 1,417 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 550 Avg SAT Math
    • 560 Avg SAT Writing
    Drew University features three major draws, according to current students: a gorgeous campus, a prime location (less than an hour from New York City by train), and strong academics. As at many schools, “some majors…are stronger than others,” and ...

    3. United States Merchant Marine Academy

    Kings Point, NY
    • $0 Tuition
    • 958 Enrolled
    • 620 Avg SAT Reading
    • 650 Avg SAT Math
    Tucked away on Long Island, the United States Merchant Marine Academy offers students the chance to pursue a prestigious though rigorous and regimented education. Further, it allows undergrads to join “a group of elite students who work hard and ...

    4. Hampden-Sydney College

    Hampden-Sydney, VA
    • $39,920 Tuition
    • 1,105 Enrolled
    • 550 Avg SAT Reading
    • 560 Avg SAT Math
    • 520 Avg SAT Writing
    Something of an anomaly in higher education today, Hampden-Sydney is a small, all-male liberal arts school “focus[ed] on forming good men.” The Virginian college offers “a close-knit community of professors and students,” one where “tradition and ...

    5. St. John's College (NM)

    Santa Fe, NM
    • $47,176 Tuition
    • 340 Enrolled
    • 680 Avg SAT Reading
    • 640 Avg SAT Math
    • 630 Avg SAT Writing
    At St. John’s College in Santa Fe, students read and explore a common body of “great books”—including many of the most important books in history—in close partnership with their classmates and teachers. Every professor “must teach (learn) Euclid, ...

    6. Stetson University

    DeLand, FL
    • $41,240 Tuition
    • 2,841 Enrolled
    • 600 Avg SAT Reading
    • 580 Avg SAT Math
    • 570 Avg SAT Writing
    The moment they arrive at central Florida’s Stetson University, students sense the “welcoming” atmosphere that permeates the campus. Indeed, this small school of 2,700 undergrads excels at fostering a “tight knit community,” “personal growth” and ...

    7. Catawba College

    Salisbury, NC
    • $27,360 Tuition
    • 1,309 Enrolled
    • 480 Avg SAT Reading
    • 490 Avg SAT Math
    This small North Carolinian liberal arts school (associated with the United Church of Christ) offers students a well-rounded liberal arts education, a commitment to environmental sustainability, and classes structured around current events. ...

    8. Mercer University

    Macon, GA
    • $33,480 Tuition
    • 2,747 Enrolled
    • 590 Avg SAT Reading
    • 600 Avg SAT Math
    • 560 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Mercer University is one of America's oldest and most distinctive universities, offering rigorous programs that span the undergraduate liberal arts to doctoral-level programs. With more than 8,500 students enrolled in 12 ...

    9. New College of Florida

    Sarasota, FL
    • $28,445 Tuition
    • 834 Enrolled
    • 660 Avg SAT Reading
    • 620 Avg SAT Math
    • 640 Avg SAT Writing
    New College of Florida, a uniquely small and unconventional public institution, “provides challenging courses for highly self-motivated students who want a large amount of control over their academic choices.” It’s all about “self-directed learning” ...

    10. University of New England

    Biddeford, ME
    • $33,540 Tuition
    • 2,749 Enrolled
    • 530 Avg SAT Reading
    • 540 Avg SAT Math
    From the School: The University of New England is an innovative health sciences university grounded in the liberal arts, with two distinctive coastal Maine campuses and unique study abroad opportunities. UNE has internationally recognized ...

    11. Virginia Wesleyan College

    Norfolk, VA
    • $32,636 Tuition
    • 1,501 Enrolled
    • 500 Avg SAT Reading
    • 490 Avg SAT Math
    • 480 Avg SAT Writing
    Virginia Wesleyan is the quintessential small liberal arts college, providing undergraduates with “a close-knit community” where one “can easily build strong relationship[s].” Indeed, you’re guaranteed to be “more than a number” on this Norfolk ...

    12. University of Dallas

    Irving, TX
    • $33,360 Tuition
    • 1,327 Enrolled
    • 620 Avg SAT Reading
    • 580 Avg SAT Math
    • 580 Avg SAT Writing
    Students overwhelmingly choose the University of Dallas for its “liberal arts core and strong Catholic identity,” saying that “what the University of Dallas offers is education as formation.” UD’s “core curriculum forces you to learn an extensive ...

    13. Fordham University

    Bronx, NY
    • $46,120 Tuition
    • 8,633 Enrolled
    • 620 Avg SAT Reading
    • 630 Avg SAT Math
    • 630 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Founded in 1841, Fordham is a world-renowned Jesuit, Catholic university with two campuses in New York City. In our programs and policies, we draw on the nearly 500-year history of the Jesuits, a distinguished, intellectual, ...

    14. Bard College at Simon's Rock

    Great Barrington, MA
    • $47,442 Tuition
    • 329 Enrolled
    • 650 Avg SAT Reading
    • 670 Avg SAT Math
    • 660 Avg SAT Writing
    There’s no one else doing what Bard College at Simon’s Rock is doing. The small, selective “early college” aims “to create a good experience for passionate younger students” through small class sizes, engaging class discussion, and “catering to each ...

    15. Alfred University

    Alfred, NY
    • $27,824 Tuition
    • 1,960 Enrolled
    • 540 Avg SAT Reading
    • 560 Avg SAT Math
    • 520 Avg SAT Writing
    Alfred University is a small school with an impressive range of world-class majors. The school is known for its “excellent art program,” particularly its ceramics and glass majors, as well as for its engineering and psychology programs. While some ...

    16. Truman State University

    Kirksville, MO
    • $13,376 Tuition
    • 5,910 Enrolled
    • 630 Avg SAT Reading
    • 620 Avg SAT Math
    From the School: Truman State University is Missouri's premier liberal arts and sciences university and the only highly selective public institution in the state. As one of the very few publicly funded liberal arts schools in the nation, ...

    17. Catholic University of America

    Washington, DC
    • $39,200 Tuition
    • 3,572 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 560 Avg SAT Math
    Located in our vibrant capital city, The Catholic University of America undoubtedly provides undergrads with a “wonderful campus in a great location.” Impressively, “despite being in such a big city, there’s a great community feel to the school that ...

    18. Wells College

    Aurora, NY
    • $33,200 Tuition
    • 568 Enrolled
    • 560 Avg SAT Reading
    • 540 Avg SAT Math
    • 540 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Wells College is a coeducational, private, liberal arts college enrolling 551 students from across the United States and throughout the world. Today, true to its heritage, Wells maintains a national reputation for ...

    19. Emerson College

    Boston, MA
    • $38,304 Tuition
    • 3,765 Enrolled
    • 630 Avg SAT Reading
    • 600 Avg SAT Math
    • 620 Avg SAT Writing
    From the School: Emerson College is the only college in America dedicated exclusively to communication and the arts in a liberal arts context. Established in 1880 as a small regional school of oratory, Emerson has evolved into a diverse, ...

    20. Flagler College

    St. Augustine, FL
    • $16,830 Tuition
    • 2,774 Enrolled
    • 540 Avg SAT Reading
    • 520 Avg SAT Math
    • 510 Avg SAT Writing
    For those seeking “an excellent education in a beautiful location,” Flagler College is a small comprehensive liberal arts school in Florida that offers a “comfortable atmosphere,” “tons of history and culture,” and “a perfect ratio of professors to ...


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