The Seven Sisters
The “seven sisters” is a group of historically women's colleges generally seen as the female equivalent of the Ivy League.
|1836||Mount Holyoke College||2,073|
|1880||Bryn Mawr College||1,772|
1. Became coeducational in 1969.
2. Merged with Harvard University in 1999.
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