Published January 22, 2013This article discusses important factors to consider when evaluating and choosing a liberal arts college.
Tennessee Liberal Arts Colleges
There are 16 liberalarts colleges located throughout Tennessee (0 public colleges and 16 private colleges), serving 33,922 students.
Bryan College-Dayton Photo - The Student Center is one of the many places for students to hangout, get together to do homework, and lots of other stuff.
Bethel University Photo - Every Bethel College student receives a brand new laptop for his or her use while at the College. Many buildings on campus feature wireless internet access, and all residential students have internet access in their living quarters. Additionally, Bethel College boasts a large collection of online library resources for student research and enrichment.
Tennessee Liberal Arts College by County:
Tennessee Wesleyan College
Tennessee Temple University
Southern Adventist University
Le Moyne-owen College
Martin Methodist College
Sewanee-the University Of The South
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