BEST LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGE

A liberal arts college is one with a primary emphasis on
undergraduate study in the liberal arts and sciences.
Liberal arts colleges in the United States are certain undergraduate institutions of higher education in the United States. The Encyclopedia Britannica Concise offers a definition of the liberal arts as a "college or university curriculum aimed at imparting general knowledge and developing general intellectual capacities, in contrast to a professional, vocational, or technical curriculum." Generally, a full-time, four-year course of study at a liberal arts college leads students to a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree.
This is a list of liberal arts colleges in the United States.
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Top 10 Liberal Arts College
1. Williams College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$43,190
Enrollment
2,029
Setting
Rural
 
2. Amherst College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$42,898
Enrollment
1,795
Setting
Rural
 
3. Swarthmore College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$41,150
Enrollment
1,524
Setting
Suburban
 
4. Pomona College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$39,883
Enrollment
1,560
Setting
Suburban
 
5. Middlebury College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$53,800
Enrollment
2,532
Setting
Rural
 
6. Bowdoin College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$42,816
Enrollment
1,762
Setting
Suburban
 
7. Carleton College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$42,942
Enrollment
2,020
Setting
Rural
 
8. Wellesley College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$40,660
Enrollment
2,411
Setting
Suburban
 
9. Claremont McKenna College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$42,240
Enrollment
1,261
Setting
Suburban
 
10. Haverford College
Tuition and fees
(2011-12)
$42,208
Enrollment
1,177
Setting
Suburban
 
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