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Who’s happier than a gay student at Grove City College in Pennsylvania? Just about everyone, apparently.
Princeton Review released its list of the top – and bottom – colleges for LGBT students. According to the list, Grove City College (pictured below), a Christian liberal arts institution of about 2,500 students, is the least-friendly campus for LGBT students.
Most of the findings aren’t too surprising: New York University and small liberal arts colleges in the Northeast tend to be more LGBT-friendly, while places like Brigham Young University and the University of Wyoming are not quite as accepting.
The Catholic University of America was the only college in the District to make the list, landing in the not-so-coveted 18th spot of campuses that are the least friendly to LGBT students.
According the to Princeton Review rankings, here are the Top 20 LGBT-friendly colleges in the country:
Not surprisingly, most of these schools are located in the 13 states that currently allow same-sex marriage. (North Carolina, Florida, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Illinois being the exceptions.)
And for the not-so-good news, the 20 least-friendly colleges for LGBT students:
Again, it may not be too surprising that three-fourths of these institutions are in states that do not allow same-sex marriage.
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