Yesterday, US News and World Report released their list of universities with the highest percentage of small classes. Unwieldy, research-centric universities aren't generally famous for their individual attention, but some large universities do have a surprisingly high proportion of classes with 20 people or less in them.
US News has more:
The New School in New York has an undergraduate enrollment of 6,882 and topped the list of national universities with the highest percentage of classes under 20 students, boasting 91.4 percent of classes—most of which are rooted in the liberal arts—that fit that mold. Among the top 10 schools on the class size list, four are ranked in the atop U.S. News's rankings of best national universities, including top-ranked Harvard University and third-ranked Yale University.
Check out our slide show of the top 10 universities with the highest percentages of small classes,
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