Women's colleges in the United States are single-sex U.S.
Institutions of higher education that exclude or limit males from admission.
They are often liberal arts colleges
Currently, the United States has sixty women's colleges in twenty-four states.
Massachusetts leads the country, with eight colleges for women within its borders.
Pennsylvania comes in second with seven woman's colleges.
State Colleges State Colleges
Judson College
MISSISSIPPI Mississippi University for Women
Mills College Mount St. Mary's College Scripps College
Cottey College Stephens College
Woman's College of the University of Denver
NEBRASKA College of St. Mary
Hartford College for Women St. Joseph College NEW JERSEY
College of St. Elizabeth Douglas College of Rutgers University
Georgian Court College
WASHINGTON, DC Trinity University NEW YORK
Barnard College
College of New Rochelle Russell Sage College
Wells College
Agnes Scott College
Brenau University
Spelman College
Wesleyan College
Bennett College
Meredith College
Peace College
Salem College

Lexington College

OHIO Ursuline College
INDIANA St. Mary's College
St. Mary-of-the-Woods College
Bryn Mawr College Carlow College Cedar Crest College Chatham College
Moore College of Art and Design Rosemont College Wilson College
KENTUCKY Midway College
SOUTH CAROLINA Columbia College
Converse College
MARYLAND College of Notre Dame
TEXAS Texas Woman's University
Lesley University Mount Holyoke College Pine Manor College
Regis College
Simmons College Smith College Wellesley College
VIRGINIA Hollins University Mary Baldwin College Sweet Briar College
MINNESOTA College of St. Benedict
College of St. Catherine
WISCONSIN Alverno College
Mount Mary College
TOP TEN : Best of The All - Women;s Colleges by Forbes
Barnard College
Attracts sophisticated, driven women to its New York City campus. Affiliation with Columbia University allows students to broaden their already-challenging academic life still further--and study with men
Bryn Mawr College
Academically focused students excel at this small, challenging institution near Philadelphia. Students can take classes at the equally elite Swarthmore College and Haverford College. It also offers an innovative alternative to a single-sex education: Haverford students are permitted to live in co-ed Bryn Mawr dorms.
Cedar Crest College
Led by one of the country's few black female college presidents, the 142-year-old college in Allentown, Pa., offers extensive adult education programs in addition to women's academics.
Mills College
Located on the east shore of the San Francisco Bay, Mills began as a seminary for young women in the 1850s, before the founding of Stanford or the University of California.
Mills College
Mount Holyoke College
The oldest of the Seven Sisters--the female equivalent of the once male-dominated Ivy League--has produced such notable alumnae as poet Emily Dickinson and Gloria Johnson-Powell, the first woman to get tenure at Harvard Medical School.
Simmons College
This racially diverse college in Boston prides itself on its early adoption of admissions of black and Jewish students. It offers an M.B.A. program designed specifically for women.
Smith College
Proud of its feminist heritage, Smith, located in the beautiful Amherst area of Massachusetts, gives its eclectic and independent students the option of taking classes at sister school Mt. Holyoke and, for a large-school experience, the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Spelman College
This prestigious, traditionally black women's college in Georgia began as a girls' high school and now ranks among the top higher education institutions in the country. Affiliation with Moorehouse College gives women access to more classes--and, yes, guys.
Sweet Briar College
In the foothills of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, Sweet Briar offers a beautiful, secluded campus with a renowned equestrian program. It is highly rated for career services and professors' engagement with students.
Wellesley College
Alma mater of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Madeleine Albright, Wellesley boasts one of the largest endowments of any women's college. Students can cross-register at MIT
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