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Interested in a school with an easy application process? We've compiled a list of Liberal Arts Colleges With Easy Applications. Learn more about each school below and calculate your chances of acceptance.

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Michigan
$37,755 / year
$37,755 / year
Georgia
$43,920 / year
$43,920 / year
Michigan
$50,070 / year
$50,070 / year
Pennsylvania
$25,500 / year
$25,500 / year
Pennsylvania
$50,480 / year
$50,480 / year
Michigan
$42,352 / year
$42,352 / year
Massachusetts
$59,890 / year
$59,890 / year
Ohio
$35,949 / year
$35,949 / year
Arkansas
$8,760 / year
$8,760 / year
Illinois
$45,136 / year
$45,136 / year
Texas
$42,405 / year
$42,405 / year
New York
$55,566 / year
$55,566 / year
Maine
$57,353 / year
$57,353 / year
Florida
$42,600 / year
$42,600 / year
Wisconsin
$52,858 / year
$52,858 / year
North Carolina
$15,964 / year
$15,964 / year
Vermont
$57,350 / year
$57,350 / year
West Virginia
$28,950 / year
$28,950 / year
Tennessee
$15,750 / year
$15,750 / year
Illinois
$24,950 / year
$24,950 / year
Maine
$55,822 / year
$55,822 / year
Virginia
$36,800 / year
$36,800 / year
Pennsylvania
$53,180 / year
$53,180 / year
Pennsylvania
$57,882 / year
$57,882 / year
Kentucky
$44,300 / year
$44,300 / year
Pennsylvania
$38,482 / year
$38,482 / year
South Carolina
$11,460 / year
$27,214 / year
Iowa
$46,870 / year
$46,870 / year
Minnesota
$47,332 / year
$47,332 / year
Ohio
$53,550 / year
$53,550 / year
Maine
$42,993 / year
$42,993 / year
Massachusetts
$54,050 / year
$54,050 / year
Colorado
$60,390 / year
$60,390 / year
Colorado
$7,787 / year
$21,336 / year
Minnesota
$42,750 / year
$42,750 / year
Connecticut
$58,660 / year
$58,660 / year
Iowa
$45,288 / year
$45,288 / year
North Carolina
$54,460 / year
$54,460 / year
Indiana
$51,736 / year
$51,736 / year
Ohio
$55,420 / year
$55,420 / year
Pennsylvania
$55,948 / year
$55,948 / year
New Jersey
$39,828 / year
$39,828 / year
Indiana
$47,106 / year
$47,106 / year
Virginia
$38,850 / year
$38,850 / year
Florida
$47,044 / year
$47,044 / year
Virginia
$34,500 / year
$34,500 / year
South Carolina
$34,435 / year
$34,435 / year
Washington
$7,185 / year
$27,375 / year
Tennessee
$20,220 / year
$20,220 / year
Colorado
$7,056 / year
$17,712 / year
New Hampshire
$36,980 / year
$36,980 / year
Pennsylvania
$60,872 / year
$60,872 / year
South Carolina
$51,712 / year
$51,712 / year
Kentucky
$39,810 / year
$39,810 / year
Pennsylvania
$58,500 / year
$58,500 / year
Massachusetts
$37,560 / year
$37,560 / year
Indiana
$35,230 / year
$35,230 / year
Maryland
$47,100 / year
$47,100 / year
North Carolina
$18,960 / year
$18,960 / year
Iowa
$56,188 / year
$56,188 / year
North Carolina
$39,400 / year
$39,400 / year
Minnesota
$48,259 / year
$48,259 / year
New York
$57,930 / year
$57,930 / year
Massachusetts
$50,030 / year
$50,030 / year
Indiana
$38,880 / year
$38,880 / year
New York
$47,370 / year
$47,370 / year
Nebraska
$31,190 / year
$31,190 / year
Arkansas
$49,140 / year
$49,140 / year
Michigan
$28,170 / year
$28,170 / year
Ohio
$24,500 / year
$24,500 / year
Virginia
$39,360 / year
$39,360 / year
Michigan
$36,300 / year
$36,300 / year
New York
$33,920 / year
$33,920 / year
Alabama
$26,400 / year
$26,400 / year
Illinois
$51,132 / year
$51,132 / year
Alabama
$17,240 / year
$17,240 / year
Pennsylvania
$48,350 / year
$48,350 / year
Michigan
$51,999 / year
$51,999 / year
Ohio
$54,720 / year
$54,720 / year
Tennessee
$30,106 / year
$30,106 / year
Illinois
$49,185 / year
$49,185 / year
Pennsylvania
$54,512 / year
$54,512 / year
Illinois
$48,920 / year
$48,920 / year
Tennessee
$9,270 / year
$9,270 / year
Wisconsin
$50,658 / year
$50,658 / year
North Carolina
$26,140 / year
$26,140 / year
Oregon
$54,832 / year
$54,832 / year
Kentucky
$25,440 / year
$25,440 / year
Iowa
$45,000 / year
$45,000 / year
Pennsylvania
$41,984 / year
$41,984 / year
Arkansas
$28,550 / year
$28,550 / year
Minnesota
$58,248 / year
$58,248 / year
New York
$35,680 / year
$35,680 / year
Massachusetts
$1,030 / year
$9,975 / year
Maryland
$45,876 / year
$45,876 / year
Vermont
$57,880 / year
$57,880 / year
California
$29,340 / year
$29,340 / year
Mississippi
$38,600 / year
$38,600 / year
Illinois
$41,330 / year
$41,330 / year
Pennsylvania
$45,321 / year
$45,321 / year
Georgia
$27,038 / year
$27,038 / year
Massachusetts
$54,400 / year
$54,400 / year
Pennsylvania
$53,865 / year
$53,865 / year
Ohio
$28,700 / year
$28,700 / year
Nebraska
$35,964 / year
$35,964 / year
Florida
$5,227 / year
$27,159 / year
Ohio
$57,654 / year
$57,654 / year
California
$55,980 / year
$55,980 / year
Georgia
$40,880 / year
$40,880 / year
Ohio
$46,870 / year
$46,870 / year
Michigan
$29,086 / year
$29,086 / year
Georgia
$12,705 / year
$12,705 / year
Massachusetts
$30,600 / year
$30,600 / year
South Carolina
$37,400 / year
$37,400 / year
Illinois
$29,970 / year
$29,970 / year
Virginia
$25,000 / year
$25,000 / year
Virginia
$42,490 / year
$42,490 / year
Oregon
$60,310 / year
$60,310 / year
Tennessee
$50,600 / year
$50,600 / year
Wisconsin
$46,823 / year
$46,823 / year
Virginia
$45,200 / year
$45,200 / year
Pennsylvania
$19,500 / year
$19,500 / year
North Carolina
$10,956 / year
$10,956 / year
Minnesota
$47,332 / year
$47,332 / year
Pennsylvania
$36,586 / year
$36,586 / year
North Carolina
$30,500 / year
$30,500 / year
New York
$56,020 / year
$56,020 / year
Texas
$31,938 / year
$31,938 / year
California
$56,970 / year
$56,970 / year
Pennsylvania
$37,396 / year
$37,396 / year
Ohio
$8,604 / year
$14,647 / year
New York
$39,200 / year
$39,200 / year
New York
$57,066 / year
$57,066 / year
Massachusetts
$53,940 / year
$53,940 / year
Texas
$45,120 / year
$45,120 / year
Georgia
$25,942 / year
$25,942 / year
North Carolina
$28,680 / year
$28,680 / year
New Hampshire
$41,510 / year
$41,510 / year
Maryland
$35,000 / year
$35,000 / year
New Mexico
$35,000 / year
$35,000 / year
New York
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New York
$58,330 / year
$58,330 / year
Maryland
$12,116 / year
$28,192 / year
Minnesota
$51,450 / year
$51,450 / year
Missouri
$23,175 / year
$23,175 / year
New Jersey
$12,245 / year
$19,679 / year
Pennsylvania
$50,500 / year
$50,500 / year
Virginia
$21,900 / year
$21,900 / year
Idaho
$32,100 / year
$32,100 / year
New York
$37,000 / year
$37,000 / year
California
$26,000 / year
$26,000 / year
Mississippi
$10,384 / year
$10,384 / year
Kentucky
$39,920 / year
$39,920 / year
Florida
$11,980 / year
$11,980 / year
New York
$58,956 / year
$58,956 / year
Texas
$41,660 / year
$41,660 / year
Hawaii
$7,344 / year
$20,304 / year
Minnesota
$12,324 / year
$14,378 / year
North Carolina
$4,122 / year
$21,470 / year
Pennsylvania
$13,198 / year
$24,666 / year
Pennsylvania
$13,198 / year
$24,666 / year
Washington
$52,495 / year
$52,495 / year
Pennsylvania
$55,210 / year
$55,210 / year
Virginia
$9,562 / year
$37,572 / year
Virginia
$10,530 / year
$10,530 / year
Virginia
$36,010 / year
$36,010 / year
Indiana
$45,000 / year
$45,000 / year
Oregon
$18,900 / year
$18,900 / year
Maryland
$47,724 / year
$47,724 / year
Pennsylvania
$49,612 / year
$49,612 / year
Virginia
$56,170 / year
$56,170 / year
New York
$30,300 / year
$30,300 / year
Georgia
$23,990 / year
$23,990 / year
Connecticut
$59,086 / year
$59,086 / year
West Virginia
$31,074 / year
$31,074 / year
Colorado
$6,816 / year
$18,600 / year
Missouri
$28,330 / year
$28,330 / year
Pennsylvania
$37,075 / year
$37,075 / year
California
$46,980 / year
$46,980 / year
Illinois
$39,100 / year
$39,100 / year
Massachusetts
$55,904 / year
$55,904 / year
Washington
$50,000 / year
$50,000 / year
California
$48,924 / year
$48,924 / year
Oregon
$53,300 / year
$53,300 / year
Missouri
$33,500 / year
$33,500 / year
Massachusetts
$61,450 / year
$61,450 / year
Ohio
$40,630 / year
$40,630 / year
South Carolina
$46,010 / year
$46,010 / year