Quaker Colleges in the United States:
College-bound high school students are urged to consider attending colleges affiliated with the Religious Society of Friends. The following is a list of Quaker-affiliated colleges in the United States. Each college's web address is included. Additional information about some colleges is available from any member of the Scholarshp Committee: Marsie Hawkinson, Pete Howell, Debbie Danser, Lorraine B. Claggett, Doreen Getsinger, Sumner Parker, Benita Cooper, Sally Vermilye or Erik Neil. Students are reminded that Third Haven awards twice as much financial aid to those who attend Quaker colleges.
- Barclay College, Haviland, Kansas.
Associated with Friends Church, "Barclay College is an evangelical Friends school which accepts and embraces persons with evangelical Christian beliefs from a variety of denomination backgrounds."
- Bryn Mawr College, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.
Founded as a Quaker institution, now non-denominational.
- Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana.
Affiliated with Western Yearly Meeting (FUM).
- Friends University, Wichita, Kansas.
Founded as a Quaker institution, now non-denominational with "an amicable but independent relationship with the Society of Friends" (EFCI).
- George Fox University, Newberg, Oregon.
Affiliated with Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends (EFCI).
- Global College.
Founded as Friends World College by New York Yearly Meeting (Friends General Conference), now part of Long Island University and unaffiliated with Friends.
- Guilford College, Greensboro, North Carolina.
Founded as a Quaker college. College draws on Quaker traditions, but no formal affiliation.
- Haverford College, Haverford, Pennsylvania.
Founded by members of the PYM, became part of the Orthodox PYM after the Hicksite-Orthodox schism. Remains rooted in Friends tradition and grounded in Quaker practice, but without formal affiliation.
- Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland.
Was founded by a Quaker and most early trustees were Quaker, but was always officially non-denominational.
- Malone University, Canton, Ohio.
Sponsored by Evangelical Friends Church, Eastern Region (EFCI).
- Shimer College, Chicago, Illinois.
Governance & pedagogy is Quakerly but has no official affiliation with Friends.
- Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania.
Founded by Hicksite PYM, now independent.
- Whittier College, Whittier, California.
Founded by Quakers, now secular and independent with "an appreciation for Quaker values".
- William Penn University, Oskaloosa, Iowa.
Founded by Quakers, no formal affiliation. "The university is firmly rooted in its Christian heritage with certain characteristics distinctive to Quakers, but welcomes faculty, staff and students from all faiths."
- Wilmington College, Wilmington, Ohio.
Founded by Quakers, associated with Wilmington Yearly Meeting (FUM).