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Recognized as one of the nation's preeminent liberal arts colleges, Allegheny College has been preparing scientists, artists, educators, entrepreneurs and world-changers of the highest caliber for nearly 200 years. Located in beautiful Meadville, Pennsylvania, Allegheny is home to 2,100 students from across the globe.

Founded in 1815 by Reverend Timothy Alden, Allegheny College ranks among the oldest one percent of colleges and universities, and is the 32nd oldest college in the United States. Today, Allegheny continues to grow and is still leading positive change in higher education.

Leaders in business, government, medicine, and education consistently report that the future belongs to “big picture” thinkers who reason both analytically and creatively. It is this preparation for the global marketplace—and for life—that ranks Allegheny above the rest and attracts national attention.

As one of Loren Pope's 40 Colleges That Change Lives, Allegheny students are encouraged to explore all of their curricular and co-curricular interests and to look at academic disciplines from multiple perspectives and experiences — thus leading to extraordinary outcomes. U.S. News & World Report recently recognized Allegheny as the top “Up-and-Comer” for “innovative changes in the areas of academics, faculty, student life, campus, or facilities.” Newsweek and Daily Beast have named Allegheny as one of the 25 most academically rigorous colleges in the nation.

Notable Allegheny alumni include U.S. President William McKinley; John Hillkirk III, executive editor of USA Today; William Demchak, president of PNC Financial Services; Ida Tarbell, Abraham Lincoln biographer and pioneer muckraking journalist; Bruce Thompson, CFO of Bank of America; Darrell Park, author of Better Than We Found It; Clarence Crane, inventor of Life Savers candy; Lindsay Baxter, Pittsburgh's first sustainability coordinator; and Thomas Carter, head physician for the NBA's Phoenix Suns.

In 2015, the College will celebrate its own bicentennial in true Allegheny fashion. The year-long celebration will engage students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the College through unique experiences that highlight Allegheny's historical impact and inspire change for the next century.Recognized as one of the nation's preeminent liberal arts colleges, Allegheny College has been preparing scientists, artists, educators, entrepreneurs and world-changers of the highest caliber for nearly 200 years. Located in beautiful Meadville, Pennsylvania, Allegheny is home to 2,100 students from across the globe.

Founded in 1815 by Reverend Timothy Alden, Allegheny College ranks among the oldest one percent of colleges and universities, and is the 32nd oldest college in the United States. Today, Allegheny continues to grow and is still leading positive change in higher education.

Leaders in business, government, medicine, and education consistently report that the future belongs to “big picture” thinkers who reason both analytically and creatively. It is this preparation for the global marketplace—and for life—that ranks Allegheny above the rest and attracts national attention.

As one of Loren Pope's 40 Colleges That Change Lives, Allegheny students are encouraged to explore all of their curricular and co-curricular interests and to look at academic disciplines from multiple perspectives and experiences — thus leading to extraordinary outcomes. U.S. News & World Report recently recognized Allegheny as the top “Up-and-Comer” for “innovative changes in the areas of academics, faculty, student life, campus, or facilities.” Newsweek and Daily Beast have named Allegheny as one of the 25 most academically rigorous colleges in the nation.

Notable Allegheny alumni include U.S. President William McKinley; John Hillkirk III, executive editor of USA Today; William Demchak, president of PNC Financial Services; Ida Tarbell, Abraham Lincoln biographer and pioneer muckraking journalist; Bruce Thompson, CFO of Bank of America; Darrell Park, author of Better Than We Found It; Clarence Crane, inventor of Life Savers candy; Lindsay Baxter, Pittsburgh's first sustainability coordinator; and Thomas Carter, head physician for the NBA's Phoenix Suns.

In 2015, the College will celebrate its own bicentennial in true Allegheny fashion. The year-long celebration will engage students, faculty, alumni, and friends of the College through unique experiences that highlight Allegheny's historical impact and inspire change for the next century.

 
 
 
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