If you’re a parent or a student who’s looking for a good conservative college, Young America’s Foundation has done the research for you. On their website, YAF has compiled a comprehensive list of the top conservative schools.


Young America’s Foundation is pleased to release the “Top Conservative College” list in response to the frequently asked question by parents and students of which schools we recommend to those seeking conservative colleges.

If you would like to recommend other colleges for this list, please contact us.  For more information, please contact the listed colleges, or call Young America’s Foundation at 800-USA-1776.

Christendom College

Christendom College in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia is a Catholic college with more than 400 undergraduates. Six majors and a master’s degree in theological studies are offered. All undergraduate programs begin with a core curriculum that includes study of Catholic doctrine, as well as philosophy, mathematics, and science.

College of the Ozarks

The College of the Ozarks is a unique Christian Work College with about 1,400 students, located in Point Lookout, Missouri. Dubbed as “Hard Work U.” by The Wall Street Journal, it has a special work-study program in which students work in lieu of paying tuition.

Colorado Christian University

Colorado Christian University (CCU) educates approximately 1000 students (plus 3500 in their adult and graduate programs) in beautiful Lakewood, Colorado. The university offers 26 undergraduate majors and numerous graduate programs. Since 2006, when former U.S. Senator Bill Armstrong started as president of CCU, the college has seen dramatic improvement in its conservative infrastructure—both inside and outside of the curriculum.

Read the whole list at the link below.