Photos: Ten best U.S. college towns to live in, including two in Colorado
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Last September, we shared Kiplinger's list of the ten best cities for young graduates. But a new roster by SmartAsset is even more specific. The site shares its picks for the best (and worst) college towns to live in for new grads or just folks looking for a fresh start -- and two Colorado places made the positive side of the cut, with one doing very well indeed.
Continue to count down the photo-illustrated best college towns top ten, featuring excerpts from SmartAsset text, plus a graphic and details about how the roster was assembled -- and click to check out the original post.
Number 10: Fort Collins, Colorado
Resting on the Cache La Poudre river and along the Colorado Front Range, Fort Collins is the 4th most populous city in Colorado. Fort Collins boasts top 15 ranks in arts and leisure, violent crime safety and property crime safety....
Number 9: Corvallis, Oregon
Corvallis has grown from its origins as a trading post for fur trappers to become a city with a major university, a strong economy based on a healthcare sector and Hewlett-Packard facilities....
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