If you're attracted to the small classes and personal attention found at a liberal arts college, but you like the sticker price of giant public universities, a public liberal arts college might be a great choice. Tuition is often less than half of what you'll find at private liberal arts colleges, but the schools are small with a focus on undergraduate teaching. Some are selective honors colleges within state systems, while others have an admissions bar that isn't much different from large public universities. Ten schools made my list of the top public liberal arts colleges. To get a partial idea of what it takes to get in, check out these comparison charts of SAT scores and ACT scores for matriculated students.