California Liberal Arts Colleges

California Liberal Arts College by County:

Town
College
# Students
  Angwin
Pacific Union College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,524
  Atherton
Menlo College
(Private not-for-profit)
724
  Claremont
Claremont Mckenna College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,285
  Claremont
Harvey Mudd College
(Private not-for-profit)
782
  Claremont
Scripps College
(Private not-for-profit)
952
  Claremont
Pitzer College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,084
  Claremont
Pomona College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,606
  Costa Mesa
2,309
  El Cajon
San Diego Christian College
(Private not-for-profit)
752
  Los Angeles
Occidental College
(Private not-for-profit)
2,202
  Los Angeles
American Jewish University
(Private not-for-profit)
238
  Oakland
Patten University
(Private not-for-profit)
387
  Oakland
Mills College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,534
  Pomona
Devry University-california
(Private for-profit)
10,149
  San Jose
719
  Santa Barbara
Westmont College
(Private not-for-profit)
1,355
  Santa Clarita
The Master's College And Seminary
(Private not-for-profit)
1,484
  Santa Paula
Thomas Aquinas College
(Private not-for-profit)
370
  Seaside
5,609
  Sunnyvale
Cogswell College
(Private for-profit)
288
  Whittier
Whittier College
(Private not-for-profit)
2,441
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