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100 of the Best Colleges Summed Up in a Single Sentence

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Now, there are a number of reasons you might have clicked this slideshow, including but not limited to:

  1. You want to scope out some potential colleges without actually visiting them, because who has that kind of time?
  2. You want to find your college on this list so you can yell at me about all the stuff I forgot to mention. (You can do this if you want, but I’ll definitely cry.)
  3. You have no interest in college; you’re just here because you heard there might be snacks.

Unfortunately, I can’t provide snacks. (I’m sorry. The technology just isn’t there yet.) What I can provide is a look at some of the top colleges in the U.S. It’ll be like a college road trip, but without all the walking, all the campus guides with that perky but terrifying “camp counselor” energy, and all the fun facts you’d have to share with a semi-circle of total strangers who you will never see again.

Looking for one college or university in particular? We’ve got your back. Click below to find it faster:

Arizona State University — MIT

McGill University — UCLA

University of California, Riverside — University of New Mexico

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill — Yale

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