I’ve recently noticed that people tend to overlook liberal arts colleges when researching which college to attend. I’ve been told that the "lack of programs" is a huge turnoff for some, but for others, it’s better. At liberal arts colleges, you get to know your classmates along with your professors. Classes typically max at 30 students, and they only get smaller. So if you’re looking into a small college, here are seven liberal arts colleges to consider.
1. Williams College
Williams consistently ranks in the top three liberal arts lists. It is located in Williamstown, Massachusetts. It’s student population is around 2,000, which is the average for most liberal arts colleges. Williams shares a tradition with a few other liberal arts colleges: Mountain Day. Mountain Day is when the President picks a beautiful fall day, and classes get cancelled. How fun!