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[post_page_title]Claremont McKenna College[/post_page_title]
Founded in 1946, Claremont McKenna College was originally a men’s college but became coeducational in 1976. Interestingly, the first women to graduate got a degree that still said “Claremont Men’s College.”

Claremont McKenna College

It was only in 1981 that the college dropped its old name and adopted its current one. Located in California, this private liberal arts college has just over 1,000 undergraduate students. Often ranked in the top 20 U.S. colleges despite its relatively small size, it has an acceptance rate of 11%. It is part of the Claremont University consortium.

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