The 25 most conservative colleges in America

Brigham Young University students

  • Niche ranked the most conservative colleges in America as part of its annual series of college rankings.
  • Most of the top 25 are private Christian colleges.
  • The South is the most represented region on the list.

As part of its annual series of school rankings, Niche ranked hundreds of American colleges on a scale from most conservative to most liberal.

The most conservative colleges in the country are mostly small, Christian-affiliated schools, although a few public schools make appearances near the top of the list, too.

It also may not come as a surprise that most of the schools in the top 25 are in the Southeast, the most conservative region in the United States. Utah, another conservative stronghold and headquarters of the Mormon Church, also has several entries on the list.

Niche based its rankings on surveys from students at each school, and factored in both the political leanings of the students and the survey-takers‘ impressions of the political leanings of the rest of the student body.

Read on to find out which school is the most conservative in America.

SEE ALSO: The 25 most liberal colleges in America

25. Grove City College — Grove City, Pennsylvania

Acceptance rate: 82%

Tuition: $17,254

SAT range: 1060-1325

24. Lee University — Cleveland, Tennessee

Acceptance rate: 87%

Tuition: $16,730

SAT range: 920-1180

23. Anderson University — Anderson, South Carolina

Acceptance rate: 54%

Tuition: $26,970

SAT range: 930-1145

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