Printer Icon

Best LGBT Friendly Colleges and Universities

By College Choice - 2016-05-04

Summary

College Choice Releases the Ranking of 50 Best LGBT Friendly Colleges and Universities 2016.

"College Choice is leading authority in college and university rankings and resources dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college."

Main Document

College Choice has published a ranking of the 50 Best LGBT Friendly College and Universities...

The University of Pennsylvania leads the ranking, which evaluated and ranked schools based on publicly available information on accreditation, Campus Pride rating, academic reputation, student satisfaction, affordability, average financial aid awarded, and return on investment. Williams College and Amherst College came in second and third respectively.

Other universities making the list include (alphabetically ordered):

According to Christian Amondson, Managing Editor for the piece, what started over 20 years ago as small student-led movements to address and support the needs of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) students, staff, and faculty, has since developed into large public policy level changes on many campuses across the country.

This ranking highlights the best universities in the country at committing time and resources to equipping their students, staff, and faculty with tools that encourage education, support, safety, and inclusion campus-wide for the LGBTQ community and its allies.

College Choice is leading authority in college and university rankings and resources dedicated to helping students and their families find the right college.

The site publishes rankings and reviews that make finding the best colleges for different interests easier and more fun, as well as resources to help students get into, pay for, and thrive at the college of their choice.

Discuss: Do you agree, disagree, or want to add an opinion on this topic - Click Here to comment and/or discuss.

Related Information





Women in Technology and Veteran Service Scholarships


Is Single-Gender Education Better for Students


LGBTQ Guide for Spanish Language Media



The LGBT pride flag was designed by San Francisco artist Gilbert Baker in 1978. It was originally called the Freedom Flag and was comprised of 8 colored stripes, each denoting a different meaning.

LGBT colors and meaning

Neurological Research Supports Existence of Disorders Due to Addictive Sexual Behavior


Topless Women in NY Celebrate 25 Years of Equal Rights


Women in Technology and Veteran Service Scholarships


Cite This Document