Published January 22, 2013This article discusses important factors to consider when evaluating and choosing a liberal arts college.
Maryland Liberal Arts Colleges
There are 7 liberalarts colleges located throughout Maryland (1 public colleges and 6 private colleges), serving 15,036 students.
St John's College (Annapolis) Photo - St. John's College is a direct descendant of King William's School, founded in 1696. The present site of the college was proposed as early as 1761, and when the college was chartered by the state of Maryland in 1784, it was given the unfinished building now known as McDowell Hall and four acres of land. Since that time, St. John's has added to its campus, which now covers about 32 acres. The campus in Annapolis, the capital of Maryland, is a National Historic Landmark and lies within the Annapolis Historic District. Students in Annapolis can explore the rich heritage of colonial America. Because of its location at the confluence of the Severn River and the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis has long been a sailing center. Students can participate in sailing, crew, and individual rowing. Annapolis is within an hour's drive of the cultural attractions of Washington, D.C., and Baltimore.
Maryland Liberal Arts College by County:
St John's College (annapolis)
St. Mary's City
St Mary's College Of Maryland
Washington Adventist University
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