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Best Safe Spaces To Learn: Top 10 Safest Colleges In America


Safety has become a growing concern on college campuses. Students need a thriving institute that will challenge their minds, and not intimidate them into a corner. Schools like the University of California Berkeley is a prime example of a school that offers safe spaces, but isn’t safe at all if your viewpoint is seen as “destructive.”

Where can you find universities where the students and facility are willing to agree to disagree? Where is this multi-faceted realm of learning and understanding? College can be constructed as a very fulfilling institution that can help you expand as a person. But if your safety is challenged then you’ll have one more obstacle besides mountainous debt and a mocking public.

Want to know the top 10 safest colleges across America? Just look down below and keep safe, kiddies…

10. Michigan State University

Alright, folks. MSU is YUGE. Over 50 thousand students attend this college located in East Lansing, Michigan. The college was founded back in 1855. For over 20 years, the university has been offering supportive services to domestic violence and stalking survivors on campus.

9. University of Central Oklahoma

University of Central Oklahoma is known for their stellar education programs, which is one of the best in the southwest. The campus has an overall crime rating of A- when compared to other colleges nationwide, according to www.collegefactual.com.

The crime rate of Edmund, Oklahoma, is on par with the national average. University of Central Oklahoma is located in Edmund.

8. Montclair State University

You can find Montclair State University in northwestern New Jersey. Over 20 thousand students attend this school, which is only a 30-minute drive from Manhattan. Montclair gets a B when it comes to safety on www.collegefactual.com. The crime rate of Montclair is also on par with the national average.

7. University of California, Irvine

This university is known for its stellar academic achievement, producing three Nobel laureates, and standing out as one of the safest universities in the nation. What a beautiful campus.

6. Central Michigan University

Central Michigan University is one of the largest public college in the nation, with roughly 20 thousand students. This school also has the number one ranked neuroscience program, according Society for Neuroscience. It is also damn safe! Come for the science, stay for the safety!

5. Washington State University

Stay safe in Washington at this state university. Stay smart too, as this college offers a slew of various different programs, whether it’s engineering, architecture, pharmacy, neurosciences, and so much more. Enjoy the calm scenic environment and rolling hills. Have fun!

4. University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Stay safe and smart at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. This college offers “research powerhouse that touches—and often transforms—communities in the state and around the world,” according to the Chancellor of the university.

3. Oakland University

No. Not Oakland, California.

You’ll be safe and sound at Oakland University in Michigan. You’ll be able to pick between a variety of 270 degree choices with over 20 thousand students on this 1,443 acre campus which reaches from Auburn Hills and Rochester Hills, in southeast Michigan.

2. Brigham Young University, Idaho

What makes Brigham Young University so safe? Well, it’s run by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) who guide their students by an honor code which conforms with their beliefs. Yup, it’s a Mormon-run school. You’ve watched South Park, right?

1. University of New Hampshire

Welcome to the largest university in New Hampshire, with over 15 thousand students in stock. The University of New Hampshire is comprised of six college on the seacoast region of the state. You can find this university in Durham, New Hampshire.

Stay safe and hit those books, kiddos!

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