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Swarthmore College provides a curriculum in both the liberal arts and engineering.

Established in 1833, Oberlin College was the first college to in the United States to admit black students.

Established in 1821, Amherst College is one of the top liberal-arts institutions in the United States.

Established in 1870, Wellesley College is one of the most prestigious higher-learning institutions for women in the United States.

Wabash College was founded in 1832 and provides an elite education for men in the liberal arts. It’s one of three remaining all-men’s colleges in the U.S.