When it comes to college academics, you prefer:

Small discussion classes averaging 15 students

Big-college options and resources

An empowering environment

Preparation for a successful future

All of the above

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Small discussion classes averaging 15 students

Forget busywork. You relish a deep exchange of ideas in an intimate setting. If that’s your style of learning, Scripps is your college. Our classes, averaging just 15 students, are designed for seminar-style discussions. And with one faculty member for every 10 students, you’ll develop supportive relationships with your professors.

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Big-college options and resources

A large college offers extensive resources, as well as a high-energy vibe and enhanced social opportunities. Because Scripps is part of The Claremont Colleges consortium, you can enjoy the advantages of seven dining halls, four gymnasiums, and all the class offerings at five colleges. Plus, more than 5,000 undergrads with whom you can mix and mingle.

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An empowering environment

Something fundamentally inspiring happens when you’re surrounded by women scholars, women leaders, and women mentors. Confidence blossoms. Opportunities beckon. And you find your voice…without having to be the loudest voice in the room. Find out what it’s like to attend a women’s college.

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Preparation for a successful future

You don’t have to choose between a liberal arts education and one that prepares you for a meaningful career or graduate school program. More than 50% of recent graduates have been accepted to well-known graduate programs, and despite the economic downturn, our graduates are obtaining jobs more quickly and with higher salaries than in previous years. Find out more about outcomes for Scripps graduates.

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