The Center for College Affordability and Productivity complied the list by looking at composite teaching scores that schools received from RateMyProfessors.com
Oklahoma Wesleyan University again topped this list, but as CBS Moneywatch reported many of the schools are hardly household names.
The top five also included North Greenville University, U.S. Military Academy, Carleton College, and Northwestern of Iowa.
Wabash came in at No. 21 on the list, the only Indiana school recognized. Moneywatch pointed out Wabash was one of four single-sex schools to make the top 25. All-female institutions Bryn Mawr, Wellesley, and Hollins University were the others making the cut.
Not surprisingly, liberal arts colleges dominated the list.
After the top five, the list included: U.S. Air Force Academy (Colo.), Wellesley College (Mass.), Master's College and Seminary (Calif.), Bryn Mawr College (Pa.), Whitman College (Wash.), Whitworth University (Wash.), Wisconsin Lutheran University, Randolph College (Va.), Doane College (Neb.), Marlboro College (Vt.), Centenary College of Louisiana, Pacific University (Ore.), College of the Ozarks (Mo.), Sewanee - University of the South (Tenn.), Emory & Henry College (Va.), Wabash College (Ind.), Sarah Lawrence College (N.Y.), Hastings College (N.E.), Cornell College (Iowa), Hollins University (Va.).