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BEST REGIONAL COLLEGES

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Best Midwestern
159 Schools
Albion, MI
Students Say: "Armed with a “great reputation” and a “small-town feeling,” Albion College provides undergraduates with a “rigorous but rewarding” academic experi- ence replete with “huge opportunities.” Students her..." More>>
Alma, MI
Students Say: "With its strong academic offerings in economics, political science, business administration, premedical sciences, and education, it's no wonder students brag that “Alma College takes pride in preparin..." More>>
Anderson, IN
Students Say: "Bringing together a rigorous academic program, a community-oriented atmosphere, and a Christian perspective, “Anderson University is about educating students for their future endeavors while having th..." More>>
Ashland, OH
Students Say: "“Located in the heart of super-friendly and considerate Middle America,” Ashland University hosts “an odd mixture of academic diehards and stereotypical party enthusiasts, which means that there is so..." More>>
Minneapolis, MN
Students Say: "Augsburg College offers two distinct academic routes---the Day Program, which is for “traditional” students (i.e., those who have recently graduated from high school), and the Weekend College Program,..." More>>
Sioux Falls, SD
Students Say: "Augustana College is a “Christian, liberal arts school devoted to excellence, community, and service.” High school students “enter to learn,” and college..." More>>
Baldwin City, KS
Students Say: "Tiny and intimate Baker University is a Methodist-affiliated liberal arts college in eastern Kansas with a broad and fairly flexible set of general education requirements. Business, education, and nur..." More>>
Berea, OH
Students Say: "Baldwin-Wallace College is a small liberal arts college with a "unified, cohesive atmosphere that promotes learning, development, and experience." It has a wide range of strong majors, including music..." More>>
Muncie, IN
Students Say: "The cornerstone of Ball State University's educational philosophy is its commitment to experiential or "immersive learning." In addition to completing class work, students participate in research or c..." More>>
Beloit, WI
School Says: "Beloit College is a four-year, independent, national college of liberal arts and sciences where the focus is great teaching grounded in rigorous study that encourages independent research, fieldwork, ..." More>>
Peoria, IL
Students Say: "Academically, Bradley provides “the resources of a large university with the familiarity that comes from a small liberal arts school.” The goal is to provide students with a hands-on learning environm..." More>>
Indianapolis, IN
Students Say: "As soon as I walked onto the campus of Butler University, I knew it was the place I would attend for college. That's the kind of thing you hear from Butler students a lot. Butler's small, "absolutely ..." More>>
Grand Rapids, MI
Students Say: "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 “rel..." More>>
Northfield, MN
Students Say: "Students seeking a “top-notch” and “cooperative…learning environment that challenges students without leaving them overwhelmed” will find a happy home at Carleton College, an extremely rigorous libera..." More>>
Kenosha WI, WI
Students Say: "Lutheran-affiliated Carthage College is “a small, friendly school where you can get a more personalized education than you would get at a large university.” Scholarships are generous, “classes are sma..." More>>
Cleveland, OH
Students Say: "If you want a school “huge” in research, then CWRU may be the choice for you. This “hidden gem” in Cleveland, Ohio, “deserves at least a second look.” At CWRU, you have “the chance to do research [in]..." More>>
Cedarville, OH
Students Say: "Cedarville University, a Baptist school in western Ohio, is “a Christ-centered university” seeking to “provide students with a top-notch education grounded in a Biblical worldview while equipping them..." More>>
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