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    1. Colgate University

    Hamilton, NY
    • $47,855 Tuition
    • 1360 Avg SAT
    • 2,890 Enrolled

    Colgate University is known for its “very rigorous academic curriculum” and “invaluable” professors who “are the glue that hold the university together.” Many students say they chose Colgate because they wanted “a small liberal arts school that had ...

    2. 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 ...

    3. Rhodes College

    Memphis, TN
    • $41,262 Tuition
    • 1290 Avg SAT
    • 2,031 Enrolled

    A “beautiful” campus located in the heart of Memphis, Tennessee, the “tightknit community” of Rhodes College offers “individual study in a liberal arts mold,” which involves exposing students to “as many different disciplines as possible in order to ...

    4. Sweet Briar College

    Sweet Briar, VA
    • $34,460 Tuition
    • 1070 Avg SAT
    • 703 Enrolled

    From the School: Since its founding in 1901, Sweet Briar College has been deeply committed to the education of women. It is consistently ranked as one of the top, national liberal arts and sciences colleges in the country. And in 2010, Sweet ...

    5. Scripps College

    Claremont, CA
    • $47,164 Tuition
    • 1370 Avg SAT
    • 990 Enrolled

    Academically focused women seeking “a more personalized education” will find it at Claremont, California’s Scripps College. Small class sizes, “extremely approachable, personable” professors who are “ready to sit down to help you one on one,” and ...

    6. Rollins College

    Winter Park, FL
    • $43,080 Tuition
    • 1190 Avg SAT
    • 1,932 Enrolled

    From the School: Every aspect of a Rollins education encourages greater connections to people, ideas, and community. From the moment they arrive on campus, Rollins students integrate classroom study with practical hands-on experience, locally ...

    7. Southern Methodist University

    Dallas, TX
    • $42,770 Tuition
    • 1310 Avg SAT
    • 6,391 Enrolled

    Located on a tree-lined, “beautiful campus” in the heart of Dallas, Southern Methodist University is a mid-size private university with a lot going on. The school has a “unique culture” that relies on “top academics” and a “longstanding history of ...

    8. University of Mississippi

    University, MS
    • $19,044 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT

    Ole Miss is a prime example of Southern hospitality combined with the opportunity for greatness. Founded in 1848, the legendary university offers “‘big-time’ SEC athletics in the safe, quaint, and picturesque town of Oxford.” Many of the school’s ...

    9. Princeton University

    Princeton, NJ
    • $40,170 Tuition
    • 1500 Avg SAT
    • 5,391 Enrolled

    From the School: Princeton combines the strengths of a major research university with the qualities of an outstanding liberal arts college. The University prepares its 5,100 undergraduates for lives of leadership and service. ...

    10. Florida Southern College

    Lakeland, FL
    • $29,340 Tuition
    • 1100 Avg SAT
    • 2,192 Enrolled

    Though it might sound like a cliché, Florida Southern takes great pains to assure that students here “are not just a number.” As one astonished freshman excitedly reveals, “The faculty knew my name before I even committed to going here!” And with ...

    11. University of San Diego

    San Diego, CA
    • $42,330 Tuition
    • 1220 Avg SAT
    • 5,741 Enrolled

    This “academically challenging, Roman Catholic” institution couples “amazing academics” and “wonderful teachers and programs” with “great weather and a beautiful campus.” As one liberal studies major notes, “I just felt an overwhelming sense of ...

    12. Union College (NY)

    Schenectady, NY
    • $47,913 Tuition
    • 1300 Avg SAT
    • 2,242 Enrolled

    From the School: Union College, chartered by the state of New York in 1795, is one of the nation’s oldest and most distinguished liberal arts colleges. Union is a leader in educating students to be engaged, innovative and ethical contributors ...

    13. Wellesley College

    Wellesley, MA
    • $44,802 Tuition
    • 1090 Avg SAT
    • 2,323 Enrolled

    This “rigorous” all-women’s school in Massachusetts is one of the most selective liberal arts schools in the country, boasting notable alumnae such as Madeline Albright, Nora Ephron, and Hillary Rodham Clinton. Since Wellesley is all about ...

    14. Hanover College

    Hanover, IN
    • $32,423 Tuition
    • 1100 Avg SAT
    • 1,163 Enrolled

    Armed with a “beautiful campus [that lies] right beside the Ohio River,” Hanover College helps to ease the transition to higher education by welcoming undergrads into a “close-knit community.” Friendly faces abound and everyone “from the students to ...

    15. Vassar College

    Poughkeepsie, NY
    • $48,840 Tuition
    • 1400 Avg SAT
    • 2,418 Enrolled

    Vassar College is a small “academically challenging” school that offers a “perfect liberal arts feel” and seeks to broaden students’ perspectives. The “strong sense of community” is apparent both in and out of the classroom, where the school drums ...

    16. Kenyon College

    Gambier, OH
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 1,662 Enrolled

    This tiny midwestern liberal arts mainstay is Ohio’s oldest private college, and is filled with “uniquely quirky and motivated” students and faculty alike. The school’s “academic vigor” and intense focus on writing (it is known as “The Writers’ ...

    17. Ohio University--Athens

    Athens, OH
    • $19,566 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT
    • 23,505 Enrolled

    “Academically, OHIO has something for everyone, from astrophysics to the history of rock and roll,” students at this large state-run university boast. And students have an equally wide range of choices when it comes to ...

    18. 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 ...

    19. Lewis & Clark College

    Portland, OR
    • $43,022 Tuition
    • 1280 Avg SAT
    • 2,179 Enrolled

    From the School: On a stunning campus in one of the most exciting and progressive cities anywhere, the next generation of global thinkers gathers to discard conventional thinking, civic complacency, and outmoded preconceptions. Leaders, ...

    20. University of Richmond

    University of Richmond, VA
    • $46,680 Tuition
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 2,984 Enrolled

    From the School: The University of Richmond emphasizes collaborative learning and research in a cross-disciplinary curriculum that integrates five academic schools-the School of Arts and Sciences, the E. Claiborne Robins School of Business, ...


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