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Best Western
124 Schools
Abilene, TX
School Says: "Abilene Christian University (ACU) offers an exceptional education in a distinctive Christian environment at an affordable price. ACU believes strongly in the dignity and worth of the individual and i..." More>>
Bel Air, CA
Students Say: "Despite its small size, AJU has “the resources of a large university available if you want them.” A place where “you are an individual and not a number,” students say that at AJU, “you feel like learn..." More>>
San Angelo, TX
School Says: "Angelo State University aims to touch tomorrow in the lives of its students, in the growth of their communities, whether local or global, and in the pursuit of the common good of society. As a member..." More>>
Tempe, AZ
Students Say: "Arizona State University’s “greatest strength is the great depth of its faculty and wealth of opportunities offered to students.” Many students say they chose ASU because it “offers a huge range of cl..." More>>
Sherman, TX
Students Say: "“Individual attention” is the name of the game at Austin College. Indeed, the small size of the school allows for a lot of “one-on-one interaction” and pro- vides students with “many opportunities to ..." More>>
Azusa, CA
Students Say: "As a “God-centered Christian university” in Southern California, Azusa Pacific boasts “awesome” nursing and music programs, “small” class sizes, and a “friendly” campus atmosphere, not to mention the ..." More>>
Waco, TX
Students Say: "Located deep in the heart of Texas, Baylor is an educational powerhouse that helps undergraduates “achieve their academic potential” while simultaneously “guiding [and fostering] their moral and Chris..." More>>
La Mirada, CA
Students Say: "Deep in the heart of sunny southern California, Biola University provides a “rich Christian culture” that allows students to “integrate biblical values and secular knowledge.” Not surprisingly, the u..." More>>
Provo, UT
Students Say: "Brigham Young University is a Mormon school that’s “all about putting religion and education together” and learning “about secular subjects through spiritual eyes.” The school provides a “high-quality..." More>>
Pasadena, CA
Students Say: "Beyond arguably one of the most rigorous undergraduate educations in science out there, Caltech is a small, tight-knit community that is “geared towards training tomorrow’s leaders and pioneers in the..." More>>
Valencia, CA
Students Say: "California Institute of the Arts offers both visual and performing arts including art, dance, film/video, music and theater. Indeed, CalArts has a reputation of “intensely training young artists to be..." More>>
Pomona, CA
Students Say: "You get a lot of bang for your buck at Cal Poly Pomona. With its “good reputation” and “general affordability,” this large public school attracts career-oriented students across a range of engineering..." More>>
Hayward, CA
Students Say: "Many students choose Cal State University---East Bay for its “affordable” tuition, “small class sizes,” and “strong” business, nursing, and teaching programs. Students say CSUEB is dedicated to “helpi..." More>>
Long Beach, CA
Students Say: "California State University—Long Beach is “very large and diverse,” “affordable to virtually anyone,” and “geared toward preparing students to enter the real world.” There are eight colleges and tons ..." More>>
San Bernardino, CA
Students Say: "Cal State San Bernardino’s motto is “Come here, go anywhere” and undergrads certainly feel that sentiment rings true. The university provides a “great education” that allows students to “discover ama..." More>>
Claremont, CA
Students Say: "Students at Claremont McKenna really love their school. With its “phenomenal academics,” “brilliant professors,” “amazing career services center,” and “perfect weather,” it’s no wonder CMC students ar..." More>>
Colorado Springs, CO
Students Say: "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, i..." More>>
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