Hillsdale College

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Liberal arts college in Hillsdale, Michigan, United States

About Hillsdale College

According to Wikipedia, Hillsdale College is a private conservative liberal arts college in Hillsdale, Michigan. It was founded in 1844 by abolitionists known as Free Will Baptists. Its liberal arts curriculum is based on Western heritage as a product of Greco-Roman culture and Christian tradition. The required core curriculum has courses on the Great Books, the U.S. Constitution, biology, chemistry, and physics.

Hillsdale College's Online Degrees

What Is Hillsdale College Known For?

Hillsdale College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Hillsdale College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Hillsdale College's Most Influential Alumni?

Hillsdale College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Economics, History, and Political Science. Here are some of Hillsdale College's most famous alumni:

Robert P. Murphy
Robert P. Murphy
An American economist.
Erik Prince
Erik Prince
An American businessman.
Peter Leeson
Peter Leeson
An American economist.
Peter Leithart
An American theologian.
Clinton B. Fisk
Clinton B. Fisk
A Union Army general.
Manuel Ayau
Manuel Ayau
A Founder of the Universidad Francisco Marroquín .
Elizebeth Smith Friedman
Elizebeth Smith Friedman
An American cryptanalyst and author .
Ruta Sepetys
Ruta Sepetys
An American writer.
Will Carleton
Will Carleton
A Poet.
Bion J. Arnold
Bion J. Arnold
A Father of the third rail/pioneer:electrical engineering/urban mass transportation expert.
Brent Weeks
Brent Weeks
An American fiction writer.
Harry Bidwell Ansted
An American educator.

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