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Prefer a suburban setting, away from the bustle of the city? We've compiled a list of the Best Suburban Liberal Arts Colleges For Economics. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

Name
State
Tuition in-state
Tuition out-of-state
Admissions chances (%)
Williams College
#10 College for economics
Massachusetts
$59,350 / year
$59,350 / year
Swarthmore College
#11 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$55,270 / year
$55,270 / year
Pomona College
#15 College for economics
California
$57,764 / year
$57,764 / year
Wellesley College
#16 College for economics
Massachusetts
$56,680 / year
$56,680 / year
Amherst College
#21 College for economics
Massachusetts
$62,010 / year
$62,010 / year
Haverford College
#22 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$57,066 / year
$57,066 / year
Claremont McKenna College | CMC
#33 College for economics
California
$58,270 / year
$58,270 / year
Bowdoin College
#41 College for economics
Maine
$56,012 / year
$56,012 / year
Davidson College
#66 College for economics
North Carolina
$53,422 / year
$53,422 / year
Scripps College
#67 College for economics
California
$57,856 / year
$57,856 / year
Smith College
#85 College for economics
Massachusetts
$57,202 / year
$57,202 / year
Lafayette College
#87 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$57,585 / year
$57,585 / year
Mount Holyoke College
#91 College for economics
Massachusetts
$56,418 / year
$56,418 / year
Pitzer College
#93 College for economics
California
$56,606 / year
$56,606 / year
Bryn Mawr College
#99 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$55,470 / year
$55,470 / year