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    1. Skidmore College

    Saratoga Springs, NY
    • $46,390 Tuition
    • 1240 Avg SAT
    • 2,632 Enrolled

    From the School: Founded in 1903 and located in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Skidmore is an independent, coeducational, liberal arts college that prides itself on its creative approaches to just about everything. Hence, the college's core belief ...

    2. Eckerd College

    St.Petersburg, FL
    • $38,342 Tuition
    • 1120 Avg SAT
    • 1,802 Enrolled

    Located on Florida’s Gulf Coast in St. Petersburg, Eckerd College is a small liberal arts college that prepares students to be “well-rounded, educated people for the ‘real world’, rather than for just one job.” Indeed, 40 percent of all students ...

    3. Evergreen State College

    Olympia, WA
    • $20,901 Tuition
    • 1040 Avg SAT
    • 3,878 Enrolled

    “Keeping education in its purest form alive and well in the heart of the Northwest,” The Evergreen State College offers “a unique approach” to academics. The school provides an “interactive environment—with a diverse, enriching learning method,” ...

    4. University of Colorado--Boulder

    Boulder, CO
    • $30,528 Tuition
    • 1180 Avg SAT
    • 26,426 Enrolled

    Strong academics paired with many opportunities to get involved with research and obtain work experience make CU—Boulder appealing. One sophomore tells us, “CU does a fantastic job of keeping students up-to-date on the goings-on and important news ...

    5. Ithaca College

    Ithaca, NY
    • $39,532 Tuition
    • 1200 Avg SAT
    • 6,124 Enrolled

    “Small class sizes” that afford plenty of “personal attention,” “outstanding” scholarships, and cross-registration with nearby Cornell University are a few great reasons to choose Ithaca College, a smallish school in central New York that offers ...

    6. University of Vermont

    Burlington, VT
    • $35,832 Tuition
    • 1180 Avg SAT
    • 10,912 Enrolled

    At The University of Vermont—”a mid-sized university in a cute town that offers a quality education”—you’ll get that quintessential college experience: a relaxed but academically-focused atmosphere amid big stone buildings and beautiful foliage. The ...

    7. University of Oregon

    Eugene, OR
    • $29,160 Tuition
    • 1120 Avg SAT
    • 20,797 Enrolled

    If the University of Oregon excels at anything, it is in providing students with a wealth of academic opportunities. Indeed, students feel it is “a perfect place for someone seeking a well-rounded liberal arts secondary education,” a school that has ...

    8. Sarah Lawrence College

    Bronxville, NY
    • 1250 Avg SAT
    • 1,471 Enrolled

    Nestled in a picturesque suburb of New York City, Sarah Lawrence College is a breath of fresh air for intellectually curious students who would chafe within the confines of a more traditional academic setting. The college prides itself on offering ...

    9. Pitzer College

    Claremont, CA
    • $46,720 Tuition
    • 1300 Avg SAT
    • 1,081 Enrolled

    From the School: Pitzer is a comprehensive liberal arts college founded in 1963 as the sixth member of The Claremont Colleges and ranks as the fifth most diverse private coed national liberal arts college. Our emphasis on interdisciplinary ...

    10. University of California--Santa Cruz

    Santa Cruz, CA
    • $35,070 Tuition
    • 1100 Avg SAT
    • 15,978 Enrolled

    The University of California—Santa Cruz offers one of the nation’s best combinations of “focus on scholastic endeavors in a beautiful forest setting” and is, by all accounts “a great place to live and study!” Students attribute their enthusiasm to ...

    11. University of California--Santa Barbara

    Santa Barbara, CA
    • $35,070 Tuition
    • 1250 Avg SAT
    • 20,238 Enrolled

    It’s easy to be dazzled by this University of California’s “incredible location” in stunning Santa Barbara, but UCSB is much more than a “safe and beautiful campus.” “It has one of the top chemical engineering departments in the country,” a “highly ...

    12. State University of New York--Purchase College

    Purchase, NY
    • $15,320 Tuition
    • 1080 Avg SAT
    • 4,265 Enrolled

    In urging its students to "Think Wide Open," SUNY Purchase features "unique and artistic minds" within in its "wonderfully diverse community of people." Boasting both great value and close proximity to New York City, SUNY Purchase is ...

    13. Colorado College

    Colorado Springs, CO
    • $43,812 Tuition
    • 1320 Avg SAT
    • 2,040 Enrolled

    Colorado College has a unique program that breaks the school year into eight segments, or blocks, of three-and-a-half weeks each. Students take a single course during each block. And unsurprisingly, it’s hugely popular. Students “love the block ...

    14. Guilford College

    Greensboro, NC
    • 1040 Avg SAT
    • 2,137 Enrolled

    Guilford’s legendarily “accepting culture” arises through the incorporation of a number of core tenets that include “diversity, equality, community, stewardship, etc.” The school is “a place where you can express yourself free from judgment,” and ...

    15. 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, ...

    16. Emerson College

    Boston, MA
    • $29,408 Tuition
    • 1210 Avg SAT
    • 3,698 Enrolled

    From the School: Founded in 1880, Emerson is one of the premier colleges in the United States for the study of communication and the arts. Students may choose from more than two-dozen undergraduate and graduate programs supported by ...

    17. Reed College

    Portland, OR
    • $47,500 Tuition
    • 1380 Avg SAT
    • 1,395 Enrolled

    From the School: Intellectual. Free-thinking. Rigorous. Laid back. Classical. Iconoclastic. Paradoxical. Liberal. College guides grapple to define the Reed College experience, but they all tend to agree on two points: Reed is one of the most ...

    18. Syracuse University

    Syracuse, NY
    • $40,380 Tuition
    • 1160 Avg SAT
    • 15,224 Enrolled

    The school spirit is definitely palpable the minute you set foot onto Syracuse's campus. Indeed, it's highly evident that "everyone here bleeds orange." Frankly; it's no surprise that 'Cuse undergrads truly love their school. The ...

    19. University of Wisconsin-Madison

    Madison, WI
    • $25,523 Tuition
    • 1290 Avg SAT
    • 31,319 Enrolled

    As a “nationally renowned” “top public university” that many call “the best college in the Midwest,” the flagship of the University of Wisconsin system offers a “great school for [a] good price.” UW Madison offers a stunning array of resources: over ...

    20. Marlboro College

    Marlboro, VT
    • $36,300 Tuition
    • 1230 Avg SAT
    • 240 Enrolled

    From the School: Marlboro College is a liberal arts college known for the rigor of its self-directed academic program. The philosophy at Marlboro is that of self-governance and empowering students who value learning for its own sake. The ...


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