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Why Select a Women’s College?
You'll be well-prepared for your first job.
And almost twice as likely to complete a graduate degree as a public university alumna
You'll develop skills employers want
What employers want
- Writing & speaking skills
- Strong leaders
- Problem solving skills
- Team builders who interact successfully with people from diverse backgrounds
How you will excel
- Ability to write effectively
- Self-confidence and leadership skills
- Ability to think critically
- Respect for diverse values and beliefs
...because you’ll be the focus in an academic community that values student-centered learning.
You'll expand your horizons & make lifetime friends
Rhodes ScholarNamed one of the 32 recipients of the 2014 Rhodes Scholarships representing the United States.Clarke Knight '14
A Born ComedianAn aspiring comedian, Ellie McElvain ’14 applied for the 5C improv comedy group Without a Box as first-year – and didn’t make the cut. But don’t worry, this story has a happy (and funny) ending.Ellie McElvain ’14
Life-Changing Experience in RwandaMy heart was captured and my life was impacted for the better in Rwanda.Kaitlin Rocha ‘14
First Place in Fashion DesignHolly Hmielewski unveiled her collection of dresses and swimwear at The Night of the Stars Fashion and Lifestyle Awards sponsored by the Dallas Fashion Group International.Holly Hmielewski
Student LeadersThe College Republicans, College Democrats and Students Fostering Conservative Thought at CSB and SJU share one thing in common: they are led by women.Ashley Bukowski, Bridget Cummings, Katie Zuroski
College of Saint Benedict
Be an Athlete..the most important part of my experience playing basketball at the Division III level was my teammates. They will always be a part of me…Kimberly Reeves ‘12
Agnes Scott College
Davis Projects for PeaceImproving the livelihoods of women living in AfricaAmber Brehon ’16, Andreina Mijares-Cisneros ’16 and Gabrielle Rehmeyer ’15
Notre Dame of Maryland University
Pursuing a Passion for PoliticsEmily Hawkins is on a mission to help elect the first female U.S. President. And as a finance assistant for U.S. Senator Kay Hagan’s re-election campaign, she’s well on her way.Emily Hawkins
White House InternShemiah Curry '14, from Chicago, IL, was selected to participate in the White House Internship Program, a hands-on program designed to mentor young leaders, strengthen their understanding of the Executive Office, and prepare them for future public service opportunities.Shemiah Curry '14
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