BOW Colleges

Babson College

More than 2100 undergraduates and 900 graduate students representing more than 80 countries make up Babson’s student body. As the number one school in the country for entrepreneurship (according to US News & World Report), Babson is committed to providing a top-flight business education that blends innovative, integrated and applied business and liberal arts programs with curricular and co-curricular learning experiences. 

 

Facts:

  • 48% of undergraduates are female
  • 110+ student run clubs
  • 26% of undergraduates are international students
  • 77 countries represented

 

Olin College of Engineering

Olin is leading the way in transforming engineering education to produce engineer-innovators by creating a learning culture that embraces continual innovation, entrepreneurship and design for human needs. Olin educates engineers who can navigate the complex social and cultural landscape of global issues – from drinkable water to quality healthcare – and bring multiple perspectives to bear on problems whose solutions cross many disciplines.  

 

Facts:

  • 334 undergraduates (48% female)
  • No tenure, no departments
  • Every enrolled student received a half-tuition scholarship valued at $90,000
  • Ranked #1 Best Classroom Experience by Princeton Review

 

Wellesley College

Wellesley College is the world’s preeminent college for women and is well-known for intellectual rigor. Wellesley believes that every woman can and should make a meaningful contribution to her world; inquiry and intellectual exchange lead to disciplined thinking; there is no greater benefit to one’s intellectual and social development than the forthright engagement with and exploration of unfamiliar viewpoints and experience; and that knowing how to serve is a key element of effective leadership. 

 

Facts:

  • 2344 students representing 50 states
  • 160 student run organizations
  • 55+ majors
  • 40% students of color