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  • Request more info

    You've surfed our website and have learned a little bit about Sweet Briar College. Now, let us help you learn even more about Sweet Briar and whether this will be a good match for you by completing the following form. Tell us about your academic and...


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  • Apply today

    Sweet Briar College will empower and educate you to build and reshape your world however your passions lead you. Since 1901, we've specialized in educating young women with personal relevance in every discipline. How to apply if you are a First...


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  • Find your financial aid

    Sweet Briar is unique when it comes to financial aid. It’s about a caring academic community that is focused around your individual success as a student and a young woman. And we understand that a family’s financial situation doesn’t fit into neat...


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  • Our Latest Magazine

    Our Winter 2013 magazine offers many perspectives on this year’s Common Reading and its central premise — the “girl effect.” From a Q&A with anthropology professor Debbie Durham about cultural norms for girls around the world to an alumna’s call to action against modern slavery, the stories in this issue examine how women’s empowerment can effect societal change. They also highlight how Sweet Briar women become leaders themselves.



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  • Traditions

    At Sweet Briar, students participate in dozens of uniquely Sweet Briar experiences through age-old traditions and ceremonies that help everyone let off a little steam. Take, for example, paint flinging in the Hitching Post Fight, playful tap clubs and the tongue-in-cheek Faculty Show.



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  • Landscape for learning

     The Sweet Briar Outdoor Program (SBC Outdoors) strives to create outdoor recreational opportunities that foster personal growth, responsibility, leadership and environmental sensitivity through experiential learning in small group settings....


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  • My favorite place

    With 3,250 acres of campus, 2 lakes, a 130-acre riding center and beautiful buildings that make you think you've entered through the nine and three-fourths platform, you'll quickly find your favorite place. Here are a few students and what they've found.



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