Special Report

Best Colleges With a Female President

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National Louis University
> President: Nivine Megahed (2010–present)
> Undergraduate population: 2,370 – #35 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $14,848 – #33 highest on list
> Location: Chicago, IL

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Oberlin College
> President: Carmen Twillie Ambar (2018–present)
> Undergraduate population: 2,822 – #33 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $43,612 – #1 highest on list
> Location: Oberlin, OH

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University of Denver
> President: Rebecca Chopp (2014–present)
> Undergraduate population: 5,478 – #31 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $37,263 – #6 highest on list
> Location: Denver, CO

American University
> President: Sylvia Matthews Burwell (2017–present)
> Undergraduate population: 8,207 – #23 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $40,469 – #3 highest on list
> Location: Washington, D.C.

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Appalachian State University
> President: Sheri Everts (2014–present)
> Undergraduate population: 16,622 – #13 most on list
> Annual tuition and expenses: $10,525 – #43 highest on list
> Location: Boone, NC

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