What's the most liberal college in the United States of America?
Niche, a data analytics website, ranked the most liberal colleges, based on student reviews of the campus community.
Ranking at No. 50 is Denison University, located in Granville, Ohio. It's the second highest-rated liberal arts college in the state, per Niche. Pictured is actor Steve Carrell, who graduated from Denison University in 1984.
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49. Beloit College
This private liberal arts college in Wisconsin has an enrollment of fewer than 1,350 undergraduates, says Niche.
48. Ithaca College
Ithaca College, located in the Finger Lakes region of New York, rates as the 316th best college in the United States of America, according to Niche.
47. University of Vermont
The University of Vermont gets an A- rating for academics and an A for student life, per Niche.
Pictured is Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at a campaign rally for Bernie Sanders at the University of Vermont.
46. Allegheny College
Allegheny College, a private Christian college in Meadville, Pennsylvania, has an acceptance rate of 68%, says Niche.
45. Carleton College
Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota is rated by Niche as the fifth-best liberal arts college in America.
44. Warren Wilson College
With an enrollment of fewer than 600 undergraduate students, Warren Wilson College in North Carolina is a "very work-based, community-orientated college," a current student wrote on Niche.
43. Willamette University
Located in Salem, Oregon, Willamette University has an acceptance rate of nearly 90%, per Niche.
42. University of San Francisco
According to Niche, the University of San Francisco is the best-located college in California.
41. Hampshire College
A private college located in South Amherst, Massachusetts, Hampshire College has an undergraduate enrollment of more than 1,300 students.
40. Kenyon College
Kenyon College, located in Gambier, Ohio, is the top-rated university in the state, per Niche.
39. Hunter College
A senior at Hunter College in New York City writes, "the professors are amazing ... They all seem to really care about your education."
38. Pratt Institute
Located in Brooklyn, this private college specializing in art and design has an undergraduate enrollment of more than 3,500 students and an acceptance rate of 57%, per Niche.
37. University of California - Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Barbara is the 15th best public college in the nation, according to Niche.
36. Howard University
Howard University, located in Washington, D.C., is Niche's second highest-rated historically black college in America.
35. Western Washington University
Located in Bellingham, Washington, Western Washington University is "a great school if you're looking for higher education," a freshman student wrote on Niche.
34. Occidental College
A sophomore at Occidental College in Los Angeles wrote on Niche that the "campus is beautiful, the students are smart and hard-working, and the community is super diverse — racially and socio-economically."
33. Macalester College
The second highest-rated college in Minnesota, Macalester College has flown the United Nations flag over its campus since 1950 to show the institution's commitment to "world peace and understanding," per Niche.
Pictured is a campaign rally for John Kerry, the Democratic nominee in the 2004 presidential election.
32. Swarthmore College
This private college in Swarthmore, Pennsylvania is the 12th best liberal arts school in the nation, says Niche.
31. Northeastern University
Northeastern University, located in Boston, has a graduation rate of 87%, while alumni earn an average starting salary of more than $54,000 per year, according to Niche.
30. Tufts University
With an acceptance rate of 15%, this private college in Medford, Massachusetts has nearly 5,500 undergraduate students currently enrolled, per Niche
29. Bennington College
Bennington College in Vermont has an undergraduate enrollment of fewer than 750 students.
28. Emerson College
A junior at Emerson College in Boston wrote on Niche that the "classes are extremely cool and come in a very liberal variety. Literally. We're quirky, creative, accomplished, LGBTQ-friendly, and extremely passionate."
27. John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Located in Manhattan, the John Jay College of Criminal Justice is Niche's ninth highest-rated public university in the state of New York.
26. Smith College
Smith College, in Northampton, Massachusetts, is Niche's third-best rated women's college in America,
25. Seattle University
This private Catholic university has an acceptance rate of 74%, while alumni earn an average starting salary of more than $44,000 per year, according to Niche.
24. Pace University
A sophomore at Pace University in New York wrote on Niche that the school "is a great place to meet new friends from all over the place."
23. Boston University
This private school has an acceptance rate of 25%, Niche says.
22. University of Washington
Located in Seattle, the University of Washington is the highest-rated college in Washington, according to Niche.
Pictured is former President Barack Obama at a campaign rally on the school's campus.
21. San Francisco State University
One former San Francisco State University student wrote on Niche that "SFSU is a great school if you consider being on a diverse campus."
20. Vassar College
Located in Poughkeepsie, New York, Vassar College is a private school with an acceptance rate of 24%, per Niche.
19. University of Oregon
Rated the best public university in Oregon by Niche, the University of Oregon has nearly 18,000 undergraduate students currently enrolled.
Pictured is a campaign rally for Obama on the college's campus.
18. University of California - Santa Cruz
A freshman at the University of California, Santa Cruz praised the school on Niche for being "an epicenter for social empowerment and environmental awareness."
17. Barnard College
Located in Manhattan, Barnard College is the top-rated women's college in America, according to Niche.
16. Bard College
A private college located in Red Hook, New York, Bard College has an acceptance rate of 58%, while alumni earn an average starting salary of nearly $29,000, says Niche.
15. Bryn Mawr College
Niche's fourth-best rated women's college, Bryn Mawr in Pennsylvania has an undergraduate enrollment of 1,300 students.
Pictured is former President Bill Clinton at a campaign rally for U.S. Senate Democratic candidate Joe Sestak.
14. New College of Florida
New College of Florida, located in Sarasota, is the third highest-rated liberal arts school in Florida, per Niche.
13. Wesleyan University
Wesleyan University, a private school in Middletown, is Niche's best liberal arts college in Connecticut.
12. Portland State University
With an acceptance rate of 92%, Portland State University has a large undergraduate enrollment of nearly 14,000 students, per Niche.
11. Oberlin College
Niche's fifth highest-rated college in Ohio, Oberlin wins praise for its sense of community; one student wrote on Niche that scholars are "always treated kindly and as equals."
10. Northwestern University
Located in Evanston, Illinois, this private university is rated as the top college in Illinois. According to Niche, graduates earn an average starting salary of nearly $59,000 per year.
9. Bowdoin College
Bowdoin College, located in Brunswick, Maine, is rated by Niche as the second-best liberal arts college in the nation.
8. Fashion Institute of Technology
A freshman at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan wrote on Niche that the school "is welcoming and filled with existing courses that open you up to new ways of thinking."
7. Columbia University
With an acceptance rate of just 7%, Columbia University in Manhattan is ranked as the second-best school for English and performing arts majors, per Niche
6. Sarah Lawrence College
This private college, located in Yonkers, New York, offers only one major: liberal arts and humanities.
5. New York University
New York University alumni earn an average of nearly $49,000 per year after graduating, per Niche.
4. University of California, Berkeley
Niche's sixth highest-rated public university in America, University of California, Berkeley has an acceptance rate of just 17%.
3. American University
This private Christian college in Washington, D.C., was praised by a scholar on Niche because "every student is represented."
Pictured is former President Barack Obama at a campaign rally on the school's campus.
2. Mount Holyoke College
Located in South Hadley, Massachusetts, Mount Holyoke College is Niche's fifth highest-rated women's college in the nation.
1. Mills College
The most liberal college in America, as ranked by Niche, is Mills College in Oakland, California. Alumni of this private college earn an average starting salary of more than $34,000 per year, according to Niche.