While a few of the schools on the list are big sports and party schools, 20% of the colleges in the ranking are military schools.
A whopping 17 of the 20 schools were ranked on The Princeton Review’s list of future Rotarians and Daughters of the American Revolution.
Texas, a red state, is the most widely represented state to make the list, and seven of the schools are located in the south. However, the most conservative schools are scattered all over the country and significantly vary in size. From the 47,093 students at Texas A&M to the 378 students at Thomas Aquinas College, here are the schools with the most conservative students.
- Texas A&M University — College Station, Texas
- Thomas Aquinas College — Santa Paula, California
- Grove City College — Grove City, Pennsylvania
- College of the Ozarks — Point Lookout, Missouri
- University of Dallas — Irving, Texas
- United States Merchant Marine Academy — Kings Point, New York
- Auburn University — Auburn, Alabama
- Hampden-Sydney College — Hampden-Sydney, Virginia
- Brigham Young University — Provo, Utah
- Hillsdale College — Hillsdale, Michigan
- Wofford College — Spartanburg, South Carolina
- Clemson University — Clemson, South Carolina
- United States Military Academy — West Point, New York
- Wheaton College — Wheaton, Illinois
- United States Naval Academy — Annapolis, Maryland
- United States Coast Guard Academy — New London, Connecticut
- Gordon College — Wenham, Massachusetts
- Angelo State University — San Angelo, Texas
- Kansas State University — Manhattan, Kansas
- Baylor University — Waco, Texas
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