Top Liberal Arts Colleges in Georgia

Agnes Scott College is the best liberal arts college in Georgia (placed 60th nationally), according to the US News & World Report 2009. It is also rated as one of the top 50 private liberal arts colleges by Kiplinger. Agnes Scott is also rated highly in the Princeton Review's 2007 The Best 361 Colleges:
  • 4th for "Most Beautiful Campus"
  • 8th for "Dorms Like Palaces"
  • 11th for "Diverse Student Population"
  • 13th for "Students Happy with Financial Aid"
In the 2008 Princeton Review Best 366 Colleges, the college is ranked 15th in the nation for “best classroom experience” and 18th for “best quality of life”.

Spelman College is rated 77th in the nation, followed by Knox College (88th). Spelman is also rated as one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review. Knox is included in the 2009 Princeton Review edition of "The Best 368 Colleges. In 2008 it is placed 10th in the nation for "great college radio station", 15th in the nation for "best college theater", and 15th in the nation for "students happy with financial aid". According to the Washington Monthly College Rankings 2007, it is rated 36th in the nation among liberal arts colleges.

List of leading liberal arts colleges in Georgia (US):
  • Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Morris Brown College
  • Oglethorpe University in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Piedmont College
  • Reinhardt College
  • Shorter College
  • Southern Catholic College
  • Spelman College in Atlanta
  • Toccoa Falls College
  • Wesleyan College in Macon
  • Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia
  • Berry College in Mount Berry
  • Covenant College in Lookout Mountain
  • Emmanuel College, Georgia
  • Georgia College & State University
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