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Best 379 Colleges

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20 Schools
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Bar Harbor, ME
Students Say: "College of the Atlantic is a small liberal arts college in Bar Harbor, on Mount Desert Island, Maine, that its students think of as a “progressive educational experiment that broadens perspective.” Th..." More>>
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Columbia, MO
Students Say: "A student-oriented liberal arts school with an “amazing family atmosphere,” “Stephens empowers women to take on leadership roles in the workplace and the world.” This historic women’s college offers “..." More>>
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Aurora, NY
School Says: "Wells College is a coeducational, private, liberal arts college enrolling 568 students from across the United States and throughout the world. Today, true to its heritage, Wells maintains a national r..." More>>
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Prescott, AZ
Students Say: "Prescott College, a small, progressive school, “encourages critical and forward thinking around issues of social justice and sustainability.” The school shines in interdisciplinary fields, such as env..." More>>
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Sarasota, FL
Students Say: "New College of Florida, a uniquely small and unconventional public institu- tion, “provides challenging courses for highly self-motivated students who want a large amount of control over their academi..." More>>
Portland, OR
School Says: "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:..." More>>
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Purchase, NY
Students Say: "Located on a “beautiful, nature-filled campus,” the “small, but extremely diverse” Manhattanville College focuses on “building a community among all students.” Many students agree that “Manhattanville..." More>>
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Bronxville, NY
Students Say: "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..." More>>
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New York, NY
Students Say: "Gifted students clamor for a spot at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. The universal “full-tuition scholarships” have been one of the school’s major selling points. However, the..." More>>
Boston, MA
School Says: "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 progra..." More>>
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Roanoke, VA
Students Say: "“Tiny,” all-female Hollins University “drips in” “unique traditions” and offers “an intimate atmosphere” that “feels like a community or family, not an institution.” Students assure us that “a..." More>>
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Great Barrington, MA
Students Say: "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,..." More>>
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Bennington, VT
Students Say: "One big draw to Bennington College is its “Field Work Term program, where students intern every year for seven weeks to gain practical experience related to their academic interests.” This mandatory p..." More>>
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Newark, NJ
Students Say: "NJIT is certainly a crown jewel within New Jersey’s public university system. Indeed, armed with a great reputation, NJIT offers undergrads “quality aca- demic programs” at an “affordable” price. Stud..." More>>
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Washington, DC
Students Say: "Noted for “outstanding achievements as an institution as well as the accom- plishments of a great majority of its alumni,” Howard University takes great pride in preparing students “to compete on a lo..." More>>
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South Hadley, MA
Students Say: "Situated in breathtaking western Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke is one of the nation’s premiere colleges for women. Undergrads here quickly tout the school’s ability to both foster an incredibly “collab..." More>>
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Atlanta, GA
Students Say: "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 pro..." More>>
Marlboro, VT
School Says: "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 f..." More>>
New York, NY
School Says: "Founded in 1889, Barnard College was one of the first colleges to offer young women the chance to earn a college degree. Today, Barnard College remains committed to the education of over 2,390 underg..." More>>
Boston, MA
School Says: "Steeped in a tradition of cultivating the intellectual and professional growth of women, Simmons College is a warm and engaging community with a national reputation of academic excellence. Founded in ..." More>>