Schools in Category: less than 2500 students
Schools with the lowest undergraduate enrollment traditionally focus on student-faculty relations and interconnectedness between students. Therefore, applicants to these schools should both expect and likely desire a close-knit community at their future school. Oftentimes, student-to-instructor ratios at these schools are quite low, ensuring a more personal classroom experience for students. While one may immediately call to tiny, regionally-based schools when thinking of this category, realistically many nationally renowned schools make the cut. This list is dominated by liberal arts colleges such as Vassar, Bard, and Mount Holyoke Colleges.
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