25 Safest Colleges and Universities in the U.S.

school crosswalkCollege is supposed to be a place of higher learning and fun. You don’t expect to get robbed or attacked on campus. However these things happen daily on college campuses across the U.S. You can protect yourself by using these tips.

Reader’s Digest recently ranked the safest colleges in the U.S. The following is a list of the top 25. However, students at these schools should still remain aware of their surroundings on campus and not take any unnecessary risks.

25 Safest Schools in the U.S.

1. Johns Hopkins University (MD)

2. Northeastern University (MA)

3. Michigan Technological University (MI)

4. University of Kentucky (KY)

5. Loyola Marymount University (CA)

6. University of Texas (TX)

7. Syracuse University (NY)

8. Washington University in St. Louis (MO)

9. Birmingham-Southern College (AL)

10. Seattle University (WA)

11. Boston University (MA)

12. New York University (NY)

13. California Institute of Technology (CA)

14. Loyola College in Maryland (MD)

15. College of New Jersey (NJ)

16. Southern Methodist University (TX)

17. Loyola University (IL)

18. West Virginia University (WV)

19. Bowdoin College (ME)

20. University of Tennessee (TN)

21. Columbia University (NY)

22. Lafayette College (PA)

23. Trinity College (CT)

24. University of Colorado at Boulder (CO)

25. College of Charleston (SC)

Learn more about how to stay safe on a college campus.

via Reader’s Digest








One Response to “25 Safest Colleges and Universities in the U.S.”

  1. Tasers for Safety says:

    Tasers are a very popular self defense item for students. parents around the country are sending their students to college with Tasers for protection. Tasers are not considered firearms and in most cases are legal to carry for self defense. Some state restrictions apply so check with your local law enforcement to verify the law.


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