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Good LAC's that De-Emphasize Volunteer Work/EC's

SoulandRomanceSoulandRomance Registered User Posts: 52 New Member
edited July 2010 in College Admissions
It seems LAC's seem to value these two more than most state schools or research universities?
However, I know a couple like New College of Florida and Reed where having a less robust resume when it comes to these won't hurt terribly come admission time (if things like class rigor/GPA are up to snuff).

Are there any other higher-ranked LAC's that use similar philosophies? ie not adamant that all their students be perfect idyllic circles?
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