The Princeton Review Reveals the Top 5 Friendliest LGBT College Campuses in the U.S.

KNOW BEFORE you go. College is one of the major rites of passage for American teenagers transitioning into adulthood, and although many institutions appear similar from the outset, they can often have vastly different cultural climates, especially when it comes to acceptance of LGBT students.

The Princeton Review‘s College rankings for 2020 are now out in 62 categories that they’ve been reporting on since 1992.

Princeton released The Best 385 Colleges, this week, the new edition of their college guide, their ranking lists are entirely based on data they collected from 140,000 students who completed their 80-question survey about their campus experiences at their schools.

Princeton‘s ranking lists are in categories from financial aid to career services to campus LGBTQ-Friendliness.

2020’s Top 5 “LGBTQ-Friendly” Colleges:

  1. Bryn Mawr College (PA)
  2. Mount Holyoke College (MA)
  3. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering (MA)
  4. Brown University (RI)
  5. Agnes Scott College (GA)

2020’s Top 5 “LGBTQ-Unfriendly” Colleges:

1. College of the Ozarks (MO)
2. Wheaton College (IL)
3. Univ. of Tennessee-Knoxville
4. Grove City College (PA)
5. Auburn University (AL)

The Survey question was: “Do students, faculty, and administrators treat all persons equally, regardless of their sexual orientation and gender identity / expression?”

See all top 20 schools on these lists and 60 others here.

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