Here’s a rundown of 10 small colleges with the best social media presence, as ranked by studentadvisor.com.
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1) Lynn University: “Lynn U goes beyond the blog to Student Storytellers. Follow real students telling their honest, unfiltered stories via their own social media accounts.”
2) Smith College: “Smith College loves Facebook. Their Social Network Directory lists nearly 100 Facebook pages!”
3) Drake University: “Celebrate Drake 2013 kicks off the school year with a new tradition: a color fight! Students created a YouTube video and are organizing social media activities including an Instagram and Vine challenge.”
4) Northwest Missouri State University: “Northwest’s awesome Pinterest page has boards ranging from recipes to dorm room style—a must follow for any current or potential Bearcat.”
5) Rhode Island School of Design: “With its own Etsy site, RISD students and alumni can go direct to market with their talents, selling original ceramics, paintings, textiles, jewelry, and clothing.”
6) Colgate University:
“Not only has Colgate’s alumni directory
gone mobile, they also launched a series of industry-specific Professional Networks
7) Morehouse College: “Morehouse, you can’t beat having President Obama deliver your commencement address. We’ll let that speak for itself.”
8) Oral Roberts University: “A strategic, well-executed virtual flash mob, Make no Little Plans Here reached students, alumni and many prospective students.”
9) Babson College: “Very impressive Social Media Ambassadors – students who are considered the “online tour guides” for both the undergraduate and graduate schools.”
10) Art Center College of Design: “The Art Center College of Design hosts a Kickstarter page to help fund innovative student projects that could be the next big thing. Art, entrepreneurship, and social media intersect perfectly!”