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LGBTQ Best & Worst Colleges

By Charlotte Robinson, August 13, 2019
The Princeton Review’s Best 385 Colleges list for 2020 has been released. The list includes the top 20 LGBTQ Friendly colleges & the top homophobic anti LGBTQ colleges. The rankings were based on data they collected from 140,000 students who completed their 80-question survey about their campus experiences at their schools which addressed on how strongly students agree that their fellow students treat all persons equally regardless of their sexual orientation & gender identity/expression. Leading the list of the top 20 LGBTQ friendly colleges is Bryn Mawr College followed by Mount Holyoke College, Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering, Brown University Agnes Scott College, Emerson College, College of the Atlantic, Reed College, Wellesley College, Rice University, Warren Wilson College, The University of North Carolina at Asheville, Pitzer College, Mills College, College of William & Mary, Sarah Lawrence College, Eckerd College, Nazareth College, Wesleyan University & number 20 is St. John's College (MD). The most homophobic anti LGBTQ college is College of the Ozarks followed by Wheaton College (IL), University of Tennessee- Knoxville, Grove City College, Auburn University, The University of Alabama – Tuscaloosa, Brigham Young University (UT), University of Dallas, Gordon College in Wenham, MA, Providence College, Louisiana State University--Baton Rouge, Baylor University, Calvin University, Montana Tech of the Univ. of Montana, University of Wyoming, University of Arkansas—Fayetteville, Iowa State University, Hillsdale College; University of Nebraska—Lincoln & number 20 is the University of North Dakota. The Princeton Review is a leading tutoring, test prep & college admission services company.
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