The Mountain State offers more than 75 colleges, universities, community colleges, and technical schools. The two prominent institutions of West Virginia University - located in Morgantown, and Marshall University - located in Huntington, are popular choices for students in West Virginia. Other four-year institutions include Fairmont State University, Concord University, and Shepherd University. The scenic, mountainous state also offers a variety of private school options, such as David and Elkins College, University of Charleston, and Bethany College. West Virginia Wesleyan College, located in Buckhannon, is a nationally ranked private Christian liberal arts school, and it routinely ranks as one of the Princeton Review’s Best Southeastern Colleges.