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What are the best liberal arts colleges

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Paul’s Answer

Here is an updated list. As you can imagine, most are private institutions:

*Harvey-Mudd
*Pomona
*Claremont-Mckenna
*Bowdoin
*Swathmore
*Barnard
*West Point
*Amherst
*Washington and Lee
*Wellesley
*Davidson
*Williams
*Middlebury
*Haverford
*Colgate
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Rachel’s Answer

Hi Jake,

I can only speak to my own experience. I went to Whittier College in Southern California for my undergraduate degree. I found the liberal arts education there to be very beneficial. I really enjoyed my time at Whittier and had great relationships with my professors. However, I was local to the school, so it was an easy decision for me to attend. I would suggest researching schools you are interested in to determine whether they fit your educational goals (i.e., your major of interest is offered), the location, what types of extracurriculars are available, etc.
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Anthony’s Answer

Hey Jake,

Here is a link to the best Liberal Arts Colleges in Boston, Massachusetts

https://www.niche.com/colleges/search/best-liberal-arts-colleges/s/massachusetts/

I would suggest:

1) Researching each college
2) Compare and contrast to see which one meets your needs
3) Check the Accreditation of each school to ensure it is in good standing
4) Find out the career path of all graduates and where they are working
5) See if the Admissions Team will provide you with Alumni to reach out to. This will give you a chance to hear their experience
6) Make your choice

Hope that helps
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