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Mount St. Mary’s University

Mount Saint Mary’s University is a Catholic university, emphasizing a message of compassion from its students towards loving neighbors without discrimination. Leaders and educators of the university emphasizes the balance of both creative pursuits and scientific inquiry. They are also a women’s college and a

Mount Mary University

Mount Mary University opened in 1929, and formally recognize the need for diversity and inclusion within their institution through various programs supporting students and grant funding. It is ranked as one of the most diverse campuses in the Midwest, with 52 percent students of color

Mount Holyoke College

Mount Holyoke College is the oldest of the “Seven Sister” colleges, located in South Hadley, Massachusetts. The “Seven Sister” colleges were the historic equivalent to the “Ivy League” colleges. As a liberal arts college, it makes sense that Pulitzer Prize winners came out of this

Mills College

Mills College is located in the foothills of San Francisco Bay in Oakland, California. It was founded in 1852, and is the oldest undergraduate women’s college on the West Coast. Mills College is both a women’s liberal arts college and Hispanic Serving Institution. Mills College

Meredith College

Meredith College was chartered in 1891 as a women’s college in Raleigh, North Carolina. The college has outlasted the Civil War, and are committed to innovative and fresh perspectives. It is one of the largest women’s private women’s colleges in the Southeast. Meredith College was

Mary Baldwin College

The women’s liberal arts college is located in the “Queen City,” otherwise known as Staunton, Virginia. Founded in 1842, Mary Baldwin University instills the pursuit of a meaningful life in its students by emphasizing high ethical standards among its students. Mary Baldwin University has just

Hollins University

Hollins University aims at honing the skills needed for their students to become the leaders of tomorrow. Their campus sits on 475 acres of land, and their Wyndham Robertson Library was designated Virginia’s first National Literary Landmark. Independent learning is an integral part of their

Converse College

Converse College was founded in 1889, and today has a student population of 1,400. They are one of the first 15 women’s colleges founded in the United States. They were voted in the “Top Ten Best Value” Colleges by U.S. News and World Report. They

Columbia College

Columbia College was founded in 1854, where it closed between 1863-1873 during the Civil War. Today it has a population of 1,200 students. Columbia College emphasizes service, social justice, and leadership development within its liberal arts curriculum.

College of St. Mary

College of St. Mary aims to empower the working women looking for an education while working. There are a total of 1,100 students enrolled, with 100 percent receiving financial aid. Their Mothers Living and Learning known for making a difference in the lives of single