If you have a child who will soon be entering college or you are a high school senior choosing where you would like to go, you may be interested in learning about the top 100 colleges in America. Different places offer rankings, but here is a list of the top 100 colleges that offer liberal arts degrees.

  1. Williams
  2. Amherst
  3. Swathmore
  4. Wellesley
  5. Bowdoin
  6. Pomona
  7. Middlebury
  8. Carleton
  9. Claremont McKenna
  10. Haverford
  11. Davidson
  12. Vassar
  13. United States Naval Academy
  14. Washington and Lee
  15. Colby
  16. Hamilton
  17. Harvey Mudd
  18. Wesleyan
  19. Bates
  20. Grinnell
  21. Smith
  22. Colgate
  23. Oberlin
  24. Macalester
  25. Scripps
  26. United States Military Academy
  27. Bryn Mawr
  28. Colorado College
  29. United States Air Force Academy
  30. Kenyon
  31. University of Richmond
  32. Barnard
  33. Bucknell
  34. College of the Holy Cross
  35. Lafayette
  36. Pitzer
  37. Dickinson
  38. Franklin and Marshall
  39. Skidmore
  40. Whitman
  41. Mount Holyoke
  42. Soka University of America
  43. Union College
  44. Occidental
  45. Bard
  46. Centre College
  47. Connecticut College
  48. Sewanee – University of the South
  49. Trinity
  50. Gettysburg College
  51. Denison
  52. DePauw
  53. Furman
  54. Rhodes
  55. Olaf
  56. Johns
  57. Lawrence University
  58. Wheaton
  59. Lawrence University
  60. Sarah Lawrence College
  61. Beloit
  62. Hobart and William Smith College
  63. Wabash College
  64. Gustavus Adolphus College
  65. Kalamazoo College
  66. Muhlenberg College
  67. Virginia Military Institute
  68. Williamette
  69. Berea
  70. College of Wooster
  71. Hillsdale
  72. Agnes Scott College
  73. Earlham College
  74. Illinois Wesleyan University
  75. Lewis and Clark College
  76. Reed College
  77. Thomas Aquinas College
  78. Wofford College
  79. Allegheny College
  80. Hendrix College
  81. Knox College
  82. Spelman College
  83. Transylvania University
  84. University of Puget Sound
  85. New College of Florida
  86. Southwestern
  87. Austin College
  88. Bennington College
  89. College of St. Benedict
  90. Luther College
  91. Millsaps
  92. Mary’s College of Maryland
  93. Washington and Jefferson College
  94. Westmont
  95. Albion College
  96. College of the Atlantic
  97. Drew University
  98. Hope College
  99. Ohio Wesleyan University
  100. St. Michael’s College

These top 100 colleges are ranked by US News and World Report. They are considered the top 100 colleges based on a number of factors.

Resources:

http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-liberal-arts-colleges/data/page+4