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Prefer an urban setting, with a city as an extension of campus? We've compiled a list of the Best Urban 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 (%)
Reed College
#46 College for economics
Oregon
$57,680 / year
$57,680 / year
Wesleyan University
#47 College for economics
Connecticut
$57,698 / year
$57,698 / year
Macalester College
#50 College for economics
Minnesota
$56,728 / year
$56,728 / year
Whitman College
#52 College for economics
Washington
$55,614 / year
$55,614 / year
University of Richmond
#55 College for economics
Virginia
$57,500 / year
$57,500 / year
Kalamazoo College
#56 College for economics
Michigan
$53,440 / year
$53,440 / year
Colorado College
#60 College for economics
Colorado
$59,770 / year
$59,770 / year
Bates College
#61 College for economics
Maine
$58,314 / year
$58,314 / year
Barnard College
#70 College for economics
New York
$58,299 / year
$58,299 / year
Franklin and Marshall College | F&M
#75 College for economics
Pennsylvania
$59,400 / year
$59,400 / year
Massachusetts
$55,290 / year
$55,290 / year
Occidental College
#92 College for economics
California
$60,284 / year
$60,284 / year