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Colgate University Colgate University
Colgate is a nationally recognized liberal arts college set on a beautiful campus in central New York. Some 2,750 undergraduates are enrolled in 51 programs, taking advantage of the university's award-winning curriculum, off-campus study program, and numerous research opportunities. Colgate's mission is to provide a demanding, expansive educational experience to a select group of divers…
College of Alameda College of Alameda
College of Alameda’ s first classes were held in 1968 in temporary facilities at Historic Alameda High School on Central Avenue in downtown Alameda. As a low cost, publicly supported two-year community college, College of Alameda makes available lower division college level work at a moderate cost to students. College of Alameda’s mission is to serve the educational needs of its diverse commun…
College of Saint Benedict College of Saint Benedict
CSB, for women, and SJU, for men, are nationally recognized Catholic liberal arts colleges and ranked as two of the top three Catholic colleges in the nation. They share one academic program, and students attend classes together on both campuses. This integrated learning experience combines a challenging academic program with extensive opportunities for international study, leadership, service lea…
George Mason University George Mason University
With three locations in the Washington, D.C., area, Mason has emerged in the last decade as a major university in the nation. Our innovative programs and visionary outlook have attracted a faculty of renowned scholars and teachers.
Georgetown College Georgetown College
Georgetown College is a small, residential, co-educational liberal arts college distinguished by a combination of respected, rigorous undergraduate and graduate programs, an array of opportunities for involvement and leadership, a commitment to Christian values and its distinctive heritage. This provides an environment for intellectual, spiritual and social growth. Through a broad undergraduate pr…
The College of Wooster The College of Wooster
The College of Wooster is an independent residential liberal arts college offering a rigorous and comprehensive education to students with the capacity and motivation to become educated leaders in a complex society. founded in 1866 and nationally recognized for an innovative curriculum that emphasizes independent learning. Each Wooster senior creates an original research project, written work, per…
Texas Christian University Texas Christian University
TCU students have many of the benefits found at large universities. They can choose from 100 undergraduate majors and can participate in innovative programs such as entrepreneurship and nurse anesthesia. Their professors are leaders in their fields, and academic programs are rigorous. International education is valued and students have numerous opportunities to study abroad.
Georgia State University Georgia State University
Georgia State University, founded in 1913, has a mission of excellence in teaching, research and service. Located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, this major research university has an enrollment of more than 27,000 undergraduate and graduate students in six colleges. Georgia State is the second largest university in the state, with students coming from every county in Georgia, every state in the…
Gettysburg College Gettysburg College
Gettysburg College engages highly motivated students in a comprehensive educational experience that prepares them for lives of personal fulfillment, career success, and responsible, engaged citizenship. Ranked consistently by U.S. News & World Report in the top tier of the nation's liberal arts colleges, Gettysburg is a diverse, intentional community of students and educators, where everyon…
Colorado College Colorado College
Colorado College was established as a coeducational institution in 1874, two years before Colorado became a state. In 1871, General William Jackson Palmer, founder of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, laid out the city of Colorado Springs along his new line from Denver. Envisioning a model city, he reserved land and contributed funds for a college, which was to open May 6, 1874. At Colorado C…

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