Least selective LACs

<p>I want to go for English programme and have already decided my dream and reach college. My counsellor suggested me to list out at least two safe colleges and we have decided upon U of Iowa. Can anyone suggest me a least selective yet good ranked LAC? I am an international student so visiting the campus is not feasible for me.</p>

<p>Many women’s colleges are easier to get in than their rankings/reputation would suggest.</p>

<p>Smith, Mt. Holyoke, Scripps, and Bryn Mawr are in consortiums with other colleges so you have access to larger communities and can take classes at the other colleges.</p>

<p>Those are excellent colleges. But I wouldn’t quite call them safe. I’ll try to think on that.</p>

<p>Read about these and check the admit rates:
<a href=“http://www.ctcl.org/[/url]”>http://www.ctcl.org/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p&gt;

<p>Look at Rhodes, Beloit, Furman, Trinity University, Elon, and Hendrix, and Sewannee.</p>

<p>All this depends on your test scores, grades, ECs so off the bat now knowing this makes it hard for me to give a suggestion. Depending on your profile it may be easy for you to get into Muhlenberg a liberal arts college in PA</p>

<p>As an international student, getting admitted is one issue, and being able to afford it is another. Will you need financial aid?</p>



<p>OP hasn’t taken SAT yet.</p>

<p>I have not taken SAT yet and regarding the financial and climatic sector, both are not an issue since financialy I am well off and scholarship is not a basic criteria for me. And regarding the climate, even though I live in desert area, my hometown is where it snowfalls half the year and the rest it rains. So I am quite accustomed to it and indeed prefer rainy and snowy place though for a good college sunny will do too</p>

<p>Are you looking for an ESL program, or for a place to complete your undergraduate degree? </p>

<p>If you are looking for an ESL program, do you want one that is at a college or university where you can easily transition into regular student status, or do you want a free-standing ESL program?</p>

<p>If you are looking for a college or university, it is hard for us to give you any advice because we aren’t familiar with your country’s school system, and you don’t have any ACT, SAT, or TOEFL scores yet.</p>

<p>Many ESL programs are “safe” because they will accept anyone who can pay for the cost of the program. As an international student, there are no truly “safe” colleges or universities for you in the US except for the very small number that guarantee admission for certain grades and test scores for all applicants including internationals.</p>

<p>If you like rain, check out Lewis &Clark, Willamette, Whitman, University Puget Sound… These are all well-respected schools in mild climates.</p>

<p>Caution: in the US “hot” in the Southwest is dry but elsewhere “hot” is humid.</p>

<p>I am looking for a place where I can complete my graduation in English along with journalism and geography or history.
And regarding my SAT score, my current average in mock is coming around 2030-2050 and I need to submit atleast 4 of my college names before my SAT. It is the rule here.</p>

<p>I still am not clear. Are you looking to major in English, or are you looking for a pre-college ESL program?</p>

<p>For journalism, you’re auto-admit to one of the best schools of journalism in the country:
[Undergraduate</a> Admissions - Missouri School of Journalism](<a href=“http://journalism.missouri.edu/admissions/undergraduate/]Undergraduate”>Undergraduate – Missouri School of Journalism)
Note that this is a pre-professional major, so you can’t major in English, History, or Geography alongside journalism. Many students major in political science and/or writing (or any other liberal arts major that requires critical thinking and writing) at the undergraduate level then apply for graduate school in journalism.
English = literature in English - if you’re interested in social science, you may want to major in American studies (politics, economics, sociology, history of the US) and minor in history, geography, or English, then go to grad school for journalism.
Hamilton is very good for writing for it’s not a safety for you.</p>

<p>Hollins, Randolph College both in Virginia. RC has many ints for its size and has fin aid for them…</p>

<p>[Randolph</a> College - Inquiry - Prospective International Students](<a href=“http://www.randolphcollege.edu/x17744.xml]Randolph”>http://www.randolphcollege.edu/x17744.xml)</p>

<p>Lindenwood University outside of St. Louis, MO has a large population of international students. </p>

<p>[Lindenwood</a> University](<a href=“http://www.lindenwood.edu%5DLindenwood”>http://www.lindenwood.edu)</p>