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  • These comparisons explain some of the myths regarding the institutions.
  • Liberal Arts – Highest, Grinnell 67 Lowest, Amherst 22Universities – Highest, Carnegie Mellon 64 Lowest, Princeton 17
  • Universities – Highest, Cal Tech 1400 Lowest, UNC 1109Liberal Arts – Highest, Williams 1336 Lowest, Occidental 1170
  • Liberal Arts – Highest, Grinnell .67 Lowest, Amherst .22Universities – Highest, Carnegie Mellon .64 Lowest, Princeton .17
  • Universities – Highest, Cal Tech 98 Lowest, University of Rochester 52Liberal Arts – Highest, Williams 86 Lowest, Mount Holyoke 47
  • Universities – Highest, Cal Tech $102,262 Lowest, UNC $19,365Liberal Arts – Highest, Wellesley $27,879 Lowest, Colgate 17,520
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    • 1. National Liberal Arts Schools VS. Top AMERICAN RESEARCH UniversitiesTodd GareyOsama Hameed
    • 2. The main differences;
      Liberal Arts
      • Focus undergraduate education
      • 3. Small class size
      • 4. Little or no grad or professional schools
      • 5. Offer a more traditional and general education in subjects(most of it in Liberal Arts)
      Research Universities
      • Consist of graduate, and undergraduate programs
      • 6. Larger class size
      • 7. More research-oriented
      • 8. Broader curriculum
    • Comparing schools
      U.S. News Best Colleges ranked the top 25 National Liberal Arts.
      The Center for Measuring University Performance ranked the top 25 American Research Universities.
    • 9. MYTH #1:  “Universities have higher matriculation rates” (average Acceptance)
    • 10. MYTH #2:  “Universities enroll students with higher average SAT scores”
    • 11. MYTH #3:  “Universities have more PhDs”
    • 12. Cont MYTH #3:  “Universities have Top 10% students”
    • 13. MYTH #4:  “Liberal Arts Institutions are more student-focused”
    • 14. Conclusion
      There are differences between National Liberal Art Colleges and Top American Research Universities.
      Liberal Arts focus more on undergraduate programs and have smaller class sizes.
      Research Universities are more research oriented and have a broader curriculum.
    • 15. Conclusion
      Myth 1 “Universities have higher matriculation rates” is false
      Myth 2 “Universities enroll students with higher average SAT scores” is true
      Myth 3 “Universities have more PhDs and Top 10% students” is false, Liberal Art institutions have more PhDs.
      Myth 4 “Liberal Arts institutions are more student-focused” is true