was ranked No. 1 among liberal-arts colleges in Washington Monthly's annual rankings of U.S. colleges and universities.
Washington Monthly's rankings are based on social mobility, research and service.
“While I caution parents and students against putting too much stock into any single ranking or indicator, it is gratifying to have Bryn Mawr recognized for values, such as access, research-intensive teaching and service to society, that are core to its institutional identity ,” Bryn Mawr President Jane McAuliffe told Bryn Mawr Now.
Bryn Mawr College .
Bryn Mawr College ranked 52 overall this year (and 44 among private colleges) . Forbes' criteria include "quality of teaching, great career prospects, high graduation rates and low-levels of debt."
Check out the Washington Monthly College Guide for more information about the rankings.