Special Report

Best Colleges With a Female President

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Oakland University
> President: Ora Hirsch Pescovitz M.D. (2017–present)
> Undergraduate population: 12,454 – #16 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $12,843 – #41 highest on list
> Location: Rochester, MI

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Sam Houston State University
> President: Dana G. Hoyt (2010–present)
> Undergraduate population: 15,311 – #14 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $13,055 – #38 highest on list
> Location: Huntsville, TX

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San Jose State University
> President: Mary A. Papazian (2016–present)
> Undergraduate population: 23,593 – #8 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $14,471 – #34 highest on list
> Location: San Jose, CA

Texas State University
> President: Denise Trauth (2002–present)
> Undergraduate population: 27,923 – #6 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $13,178 – #37 highest on list
> Location: San Marcos, TX

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