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The Top 10 Colleges and Universities in Ohio 

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Enrollment: ~6,584 Institution: Comprehensive private university, tied to the Catholic church Features: One of the country's best Catholic colleges, strong pre-professional programs, strong liberal arts and science programs
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Enrollment: ~53,000 Institution: Comprehensive public research university Features: Member of the Association of American Universities for research strengths, one of the country's top public universities, chapter of Phi Beta Kappa for strong liberal arts and sciences
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Enrollment: ~4,000 Institution: Comprehensive private university, tied to the Jesuit Catholic church Features: Emphasis on the Jesuit education, Strong arts and sciences programs, 50+ distinct areas of study
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Enrollment: ~3,700 Institution: Small comprehensive university, tied to United Methodist Church Features: First-year class size average is 23 students, good financial aid programs, strong liberal arts and professional programs
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Enrollment: ~2,200 Institution: Private liberal arts college Features: one of the nation's top liberal arts colleges, 1 - 10 student/faculty ration, good financial aid programs, home to a 550-acre biological reserve
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Enrollment: ~17,000 Institution: Comprehensive public research university Features: One of the oldest public universities in the country, strong liberal arts and sciences, high graduation rate for a division I school
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Enrollment: ~1,900 Institution: Liberal Arts College Features: Chapter of Phi Beta kappa for strengths in liberal arts and sciences, well regarded senior Independent Study program, featured in the best selling book 40 Colleges that Change Lives
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Enrollment: ~1,700 Institution: Private Liberal Arts Features: 11 - 1 student/faculty ratio, strong Conservatory of Music, diverse student body
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Enrollment: ~1,650 Institution: Liberal Arts Features: 10 - 1 student/faculty ration, chapter of Phi Beta Kappa for strong liberal arts and sciences, campus features a 380-acre nature preserve.
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Enrollment: ~9,800 Institution Type: Comprehensive research university with engineering strengths. Features: Strengths in liberal arts, member of the Association of American Universities for research, highly ranked Business, Medicine, Engineering, Nursing, and Biomedical programs.
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Enrollment: ~17,000 Institution: Comprehensive public research university Features: One of the oldest public universities in the country, strong liberal arts and sciences, high graduation rate for a division I school
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