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This year it comes down to small, student-centric, liberal arts colleges vs. large, brainy, research-oriented universities closely associated with science, technology, engineering and math. The ''FORBES'' 7th annual Top Colleges ranking reveals higher education in flux, ongoing debate between the value of liberal arts vs. STEM degrees and a winning formula of high student satisfaction and graduation rates, alumni career success and low student debt.

Rank Name State (U.S.A) Website
1 Williams College Massachusetts www.williams.edu
2 Stanford University California www.stanford.edu
3 Swarthmore College Pennsylvania www.swarthmore.edu
4 Princeton University New Jersey www.princeton.edu
5 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Massachusetts http://web.mit.edu
6 Yale University Connecticut www.yale.edu
7 Harvard University Massachusetts www.harvard.edu
8 Pomona College California www.pomona.edu
9 United States Military Academy New York www.usma.edu
10 Amherst College Massachusetts www.amherst.edu
11 Haverford College Pennsylvania www.haverford.edu
12 University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania www.upenn.edu
13 Brown University Rhode Island www.brown.edu
14 Bowdoin College Maine www.bowdoin.edu
15 Wesleyan University Connecticut www.wesleyan.edu
16 Carleton College Minnesota www.carleton.edu
17 University of Notre Dame Indiana www.nd.edu
18 Dartmouth College New Hampshire www.dartmouth.edu
19 Northwestern University Illinois www.northwestern.edu
20 Columbia University New York www.columbia.edu