Today's Top College Essays by Teens

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Small Town

     I never imagined that living in a small town could have such an impact on my life. There was a time when I thought that it was a disadvantage - the same boring routine ev...
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The power of words

In reflecting on the events of my life that have impacted me, I returned to the night of August 1, 2006. I found myself in Row G of Radio City Music Hall in New York City sitting by my mother, not at ...
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My palms are not sweating as I type this. I've never lied to my parents and said I was doing my homework when I was instant messaging friends, and then flunked an English essay as a result. I...
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Spinning My Stars

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For the nth time, I felt like I was spinning out of control. I’d been so used to bottling up my feelings and trying to sort them into neatly wrapped little packages with color-coordinated bows t...
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A Strange Role Model

   When a person has a role model, they look up to that special someone, adoring them, wanting and trying to be everything that person stands for. Little boys look up to Michael Jordan,...
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Better Barbie

I don’t have any alumni ties to Brown, though it’s possible I could be the long-lost granddaughter of James S. Miller. Never have I sailed the Pacific Ocean on the back of a humpback whale...
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   Describe a "first" that had a powerful impact on your thinking.I wouldpoint to one of my first concerts as something that greatly affected me. Thisparticular concert was a ...
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Me and the Meatball Sub Container

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A few days after my sophomore year ended, I showed up for my first day of my first summer job at the snack stand at my local wave pool. The day was extremely hot and we were swamped. Experienced crewm...
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Solo Experience

     Over 50 miles from the nearest gas station and a five-day paddle from any sort of infrastructure, I stepped out of the canoe, waved good-bye to my fellow "leaders in...
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The Bitter and the Sweet

The candy’s smooth wrapper crinkles as I trace its edges with my fingertips, imagining its contents. The wrapper tears like a fine fabric, revealing a corner of dark chocolate. I break off a piece a...
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Tiny Influences

“Please, can we have a story?” “Okay, but only one because it’s bedtime.”The two scramble for a place on my lap as if it’s stadium seating. Their freshly shampooed ...
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Mental Turbulence

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The lessons we take from failure can be fundamental to later success. Recount an incident or time when you experienced failure. How did it affect you, and what did you learn from the experience? ...
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   Sports have played a major part in my life. They mean so much to me because they have given me the chance to build relationships with teammates and competitors. Playing sports made m...
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Failing Successfully

My day in the sun had arrived – my magnum opus would be revealed. I had just delivered a memorized speech that I had labored over for weeks, and I was about to learn how the panel judged my performa...
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Experienceing The Game

   Experiencing The Gameby Matt Silverio, Bristol, CTYou step into the batter's box and stare down the pitcher. You dig your feet in and take your practice cuts. You are now watching hi...
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They Will Be Proud

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I lived in a small town in Mexico named Tepalcingo. The streets made of small rocks, the roads falling apart much like the houses. Kids would run around playing with old toys and mud. I was that child...
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Big Brother

   I knew you'd make it!Off to college you go,With yourSAT's in math, two 800's in a row!I wish you all the luck during the nextfour years,I know you will get over those first year fear...
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Continuities & Changes Over Time Essay (Silk Road Interactions Between 200 B.C.E – 1450 C.E.)

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During the period of time between 200 B.C.E. and 1450 C.E., the silk road underwent many subtle transformations while at the same time holding on to its original purpose. The trade of spices and goods...
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A.B.A. Basketball Camp

   "We are (clap clap), A.B.A. (clap clap) We are (clap clap), A.B.A. (clap clap). We are (clap clap), ABA ... DREAMS DO COME TRUE!" I had the privilege this summer of being ...
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Live Your Life

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My mother invariably picks me up from middle school, so when I received the “You’re walking home.” text, I knew something was up. I trudged through the door and bellowed, “I&rs...
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     When I walked into the house after school, the first thing I noticed was a box with items I recognized from my dad’s office. He is a neat freak, so I found this odd...
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My name is Meagan. There is nothing extraordinary about me. I am a seventeen year old, counting down the days till graduation, just like every other senior in the world. I’ve accomplished a lot in m...
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Shampoo Aficionado

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I am a four-sport varsity athlete, a climber of rigorous terrain, a poet of lyrical ingenuity, a frequent flier in the weight room, a meticulous hunter of wildlife, and a possessor of a full range of ...
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Burned Out

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I settle down at a table with three different hats on it, ready to announce my college commitment. “This was a difficult decision, but I’d like to thank all the schools that have recruited...
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Fur Elise

   I always thought the pinnacle of my piano career would be playing Beethoven's FurElise. One of my first memories is hearing my Cantonese grandmother, Pa, playthis piece, and I distin...
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Who Am I?

     I like reading The Economist and watching "I love the 80s." I like tennis, Fazoli's breadsticks and writing assignments. I value honesty, commitment, scholarshi...
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The Cruelty of Umbrellas

One afternoon this summer, I dragged myself out of the house to ride my bike along the Hudson River. It was hot and humid – not the moist, soothing humidity that softly caresses you in a tropical ra...
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What If

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The clock read 12:30 pm - I slowly pushed myself up from the dismantled array of blankets on the floor. Sprawled across the 2’ by 2’ square foot table laid a stack of 5th-grade academia - ...
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My Hometown

   It's 8 p.m. on a wintry Wednesday as I walk from mycar to the dance studio on the lonely corner in the harbor area. It seems asthough the whole town is shut away in their homes, asle...
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Where Do I Belong?

A few days ago, I saw a tiny black ant making its way up the pink-tiled wall of my bathroom. Oddly amused, I watched this little creature climb up three feet and then fall to the floor. I found two th...
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What Is An American?

   For fifteen of the past seventeen years, I have lived in the tiny town of Hopedale. Five thousand people, mostly children and the elderly, call this 5.4-square-mile town home. Once a...
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We Walk

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“My parents are fighting again...” spoken off trembling lips as I drift along the uneven pavement. “Every struggle in your life shapes you into YOU,” Natalie reassures me, ...
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Get a (New) Grip

     Changing one’s golf grip and stance after years of repetition and familiarity is one of the most challenging and nerve wracking (not to mention frustrating) aspects...
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My mother—the biological mother, the glamorous and manipulative one—called last night. I had no choice but to answer to her inquiries, and commiserate with her mundane misfortunes. “He insists o...
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What I Meant to Say

This selection can be found in Chicken Soup for the Teen Soul, the 7th in the Teen Ink book series, all available in bookstores nationwide and online. Click here to read more about these an...
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It's Just a Football

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Quaint houses painted bland colors surrounded me on either side. Trees shielded the concrete cul de sac from any sense of brightness, and average suburban cars, such as Volvos and Buicks, lined the sh...
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Eyes Wide Open

     I raised my hand and it fluttered in the air for a moment. “Yes?” asked the woman, before my fingers could retreat. “What occurrences in your life in...
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My "Moment"

In movies and books, people often describe a defining moment when they figure out who they are. However, I never thought it actually happened in real life. I never expected to have a “moment” of m...
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Answering a Challenge

   "Hey, shouldn't you be heading to class? It's onthe other side of the school. I heard there's ... "Before my friendhad a chance to finish her sentence, a big "uh-oh&qu...
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A Red Rose

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Tall white smooth walls enveloped me, encircling the memorial structure. In front of me, a  rectangular mass of water reflected the gray morning sky. Beyond the water, rows upon rows of light gra...
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     My existence on this earth has been an erratic journey. Born into a family with the tendency to relocate, I have been subjected to a variety of experiences and, naturally...
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The Road Less Traveled

She quietly hobbled into the clinic when her number was called, clearly in excruciating pain. When asked what was troubling her, she lifted her left leg to reveal the sole of her foot. The entire medi...
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A Pigeon, a Louse, and Me

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Early in our lives, as curious children, we naturally fantasize about growing up. We may visualize a triumphant future as a magnificent astronaut, a visionary president, a virtuoso soloist, or a world...
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The Day I Learned Chess

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There I sat, tensed up in a chair outside my elementary school library. Why did I volunteer for this? I thought to myself. The image of Mr. Traller popped into my head, and what happened to his daught...
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A Memory

   Builtof gray stone and situated on a small plateau in the middle of rolling hills ismy grandmother's three-story farmhouse. Sunken into the land, it fits like aperfect piece in the p...
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Music Is My Life

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Bandie. That sums me up completely. In grade school, I would go to parades, just to see the bands. I would cheer and yell, and some of the band members would smile as they went by. Others took their m...
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No Turning Back

Gasps sounded as lightning flashed. In the two seats next to me, my friends were sleeping peacefully. I, however, was wringing my hands; I was scared. It wasn't one of those absolute horror moments, b...
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The Final Goodbye

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He and I were slouched over holding his old rugged Playstation 2 controllers playing Call of Duty in the basement. I glance over to see tears falling from his eyes. Don’t cry, whatever you do, d...
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Then And Now

   There were 19 forks in my house, 10 clocks and 39 pictures on the wall. I was about eight years old. I could stand on my hands for 14 seconds, my longest hair was six inches long, an...
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Importance of music in my life

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Music is one of the most important and powerful things in my life. My life without melodies and harmonies would be totally empty. Listening to and playing different tunes helps me to de-stress, relax ...
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Nothing Gold Can Stay

   Nothing gold can stay. My dad is the gold in my life. I know that he cannot stay forever, but he is being cheated out of his life Yet through his experience I have learned many diffe...
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All By Myself

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It was Friday, November 7th, 2013. My alarm buzzed; it was pitch black outside and the taste of morning breath consumed my mouth. I had been through this routine of waking up early to catch a flight s...
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Being On A Math Team

   "Fifteen seconds!"The proctor's words penetrate my concentration like a dull, rusty knife yanking me out of my semi-meditative state. The pencil moves as if of its own acco...
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There I Stood

April 1st, 2001. It was on this day that a young girl descended the steps of a Boeing 747 aircraft and stepped foot into the United States of America. Timid, apprehensive, and intimidated, this girl h...
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Varsity Swimiming

   It was my first year of varsity swimming. I was a sophomore, a little late to start a high school sport by most standards. I don't remember if it was a Tuesday or a Wednesday or how ...
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Racquetball: The Life Changing Sport

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“BEEP BEEP BEEP” 6:45 a.m. The dark, gloomy morning consumes my bedroom. Time to start another day of high school. The soft pillows hug me tightly, begging me not to leave. I glance at the...

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Albany - SUNY

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Located in New York's Capital City, the University at Albany offers its 12,000 undergraduates all the resources of a major research university and the best of a small liberal arts college experience.
Albion College

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Among the top 5 schools nationally for undergraduate research. Superior preparation for graduate schools. Highest affirmation of student & alumni satisfaction of any school in Michigan.
Alma College

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Personal attention. Engaged learning. Explore the world. Visit to learn more about the Alma College experience and the students and faculty who embrace it.
American Academy of Art

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Since 1923, the American Academy of Art has been educating professional artists. It offers BFA degrees in 3D Modeling and Animation, Multimedia, Web Design, Design, lllustration, Life Drawing, Painting, and Watercolor Painting
American International

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AIC offers majors in the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Psychology and Education and Health Sciences. The student-centered teaching and learning process is designed to maximize the potential of each student.
American University

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Anticipate attending one of the world's great centers of knowledge, American University, and living in one of the world's great centers of power,
Washington, D.C.
Anna Maria College

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We’re a Catholic institution welcoming students of every faith. The foundation of an Anna Maria education is our “core curriculum” in the liberal arts. Whatever you decide to be - teacher, nurse, social worker, musician, firefighter - there’s no better place to begin your journey.
Arcadia University

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Located in suburban Philadelphia, Arcadia University teaches students how to view the world through a global perspective. Explore the world outside of the box.

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The University of Arizona's anthropology, astronomy, nursing, MIS, and optical sciences programs are nationally ranked. It offers a strong research component while emphasizing teaching.
Art Academy of Cincinnati

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An independent, accredited, four-year college of art and design located in Cincinnati.
BFA degrees for fine artists and designers with majors in Drawing, Painting, Sculpture, Printmaking, Digital Arts, Visual Communication Design, Photography, and Illustration.
Our nurturing environment embraces your uniqueness.
Art Center Design College

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This private design college encourages inspiration, defines talents and perfects skills. BA degrees combine liberal studies with training in graphic design, animation and illustration.
Ashland University

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Ashland University's creative writing majors learn the ins and outs of the writing process from inspiration to publication with professors who have extensive publication experience.

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Assumption, the fourth-oldest Catholic college in New England, combines academic excellence in the liberal arts and professional studies with access to a world-class faculty in small classes. Quality of life is guaranteed in a strong residential community where over 90% of the students live and learn.
Atlantic Union

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Study in the beauty of New England on a Christian campus, where diversity strengthens your educational and spiritual experience. We offer a liberal arts education including Nursing, Psychology, Business, Education, and more.
Averett College

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Majors in equestrian studies, golf management, aviation, sports medicine and more. New athletic complex. Personal size classes. Excellent location and favorable climate
Baptist College of Florida

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At Baptist College of Florida, you'll find Biblical Studies, Christian Counseling, Christian Education, Music Education, Christian Studies, Missions, Ministry, Elementary Education, Music, Leadership, Contemporary Worship Ministry.
Barry University

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Our focus is quality academics, hands-on experience, and student SUCCESS with undergraduate and graduate degree programs designed to enhance your career options. where you belong
Bay Path College

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An undergraduate women's college with over 30 majors and minors. Close student/faculty interaction. A suburban campus just1.5 hours from Boston. Merit and need-based scholarships.
Beacon College

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Private and co-ed, Beacon College offers Associate and Bachelor's degrees for students with specific learning disabilities, AD/HD, or gifted learning disabled.
Becker College

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Learn from highly qualified educators. Welcoming atmosphere; easy to make friends. Every incoming full time student receives a laptop computer. Thorough preparation for a career-targeted job.
Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

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A private, co-ed institution offering certificates, associate's and bachelor's degree programs in the engineering and technology fields.
Bennington College

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A small liberal arts college with seminar style classes, mentoring relationships with faculty, and an emphasis on self-directed, interdisciplinary learning
Bridgewater (VA)

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A four-year college with a full range of majors and 20 intercollegiate sports, including equestrian. Located in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Experience Bridgewater - College of Character and Community of Excellence.
Bridgton Academy

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Start college a step ahead of your peers: complete a prep year at Bridgton Academy to develop the academic skills, study skills, and self-confidence necessary to succeed, not just survive in college.
Brigham Young U.

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BYU Independent Study provides quality education with over 600 fully accredited high school and university courses. For more information, please visit our website.
Bryant University

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Bryant University is committed to helping each student build knowledge, strengthen character, and achieve success.
Bryn Athyn College

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A religiously-affiliated liberal arts college located just outside of Philadelphia offering an outstanding and truly personalized academic experience grounded in an environment of faith.
Burlington College

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Earn a B.A. on or off-campus, develop your own major, attend classes at The Film School, become a civically engaged citizen, and much more.
Carleton College

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A national liberal arts college with 1700 students, located 35 miles south of Minneapolis/St. Paul. Distinguished in humanities and science education.
Central PA College

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A private, coed institution offering bachelor and associate degrees in business administration, communications, legal, medical, and IT. Central Penn focuses on a fast-track career education with hands-on learning and internships.
Chaminade University

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Hawaii's only Catholic university provides an excellent education in the liberal arts tradition, offering unique programs (e.g. Early Childhood Education, Forensic Sciences, Interior Design) and generous merit scholarships.
City College of NY

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CCNY has more than 90 specializations in architecture, biomedicine, engineering, liberal arts. Known for our quality programs, we are proud of 2005 Rhodes Scholar, Lev Sviridov, and 2005 Intel first prize winner, David Bauer. New residence hall opens 2006.
Claremont McKenna

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Liberal arts college with an emphasis on preparing leaders in business, government and the professions. Best of both worlds as a member of The Claremont Colleges. Suburban location near Los Angeles.
Clayton State

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Just minutes south of Atlanta, Georgia. Communications and Media Studies degree. Honors Program scholarships up to $5,000. Public university. Affordable tuition. One of 36 "Notebook Universities" in the U.S.
Cleveland Institute of Art

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America's only 5-year college of art and design. 17 majors and 4 different environments.
Cogswell College

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Launch a fun, rewarding career in special effects, animation, scripts, music and sound in movies, video games and high tech. Graduates move up to Cisco, LucasArts, Pixar, Disney, EA and other prestigious firms.
Colby College

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Intellectual Challenge. Faculty-Student Research. Friendly Community Atmosphere. Global Reach. Beautiful 714-acre Campus.
Colby-Sawyer College

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A small, private, comprehensive baccalaureate college that integrates the liberal arts and sciences with professional preparation through immediate access to opportunity. Explore our beautiful New Hampshire campus where professors know their students and love to teach.
College of Mt St Joseph

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A private, liberal arts college offering academic excellence, technology-focused learning. 38 student organizations.18 NCAA Division III sports. 30 students per class, not 300.
College of Santa Fe

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Write Here. Earn a B.A. in creative writing. Study with award-winning writers in the arts capital of the Southwest. Creativity, Character, Culture.
College of the Atlantic

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A liberal arts college with an environmental focus and self-designed majors. Field research opportunities at two islands, an art gallery, science museum, organic farm and Acadia National Park.
College of Visual Arts

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CVA is a private, accredited, 4-year college of art and design offering B.F.A degrees in graphic design/interactive, illustration, photography, drawing/painting, sculpture, and interdisciplinary art and design studies.
Colorado State

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Knowledge to Go Places. A world-class research university committed to providing you with the knowledge and skills to compete in the global marketplace.
Columbia College

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We are an institution dedicated to our students, yielding graduates who are assets to their professions and their community because of an ability to think critically and understand issues globally.
Columbia College Hollywood

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Columbia College Hollywood is an accredited educational institution that has offered degrees in film and television production for more than 57 years.
Columbia College Chicago

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Learn to Write: Fiction Writing Department. Learn skills to help you publish fiction, creative nonfiction, and scripts and to succeed in a wide range of jobs - at one of America premier writing programs.
Columbia College Chicago

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Poetry Department. Study with award-winning faculty such as Paul Hoover and Maureen Seaton at the only college in the country offering an undergraduate Poetry major.
Columbus Art & Design

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One of the oldest and largest art colleges in the country. BFA degrees in Fine Arts, Advertising & Graphic Design, Fashion Design, Interior Design, Industrial Design, Media Studies and Illustration.
Concordia University

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As a university of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, centered in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and based in the liberal arts, Concordia equips men and women to serve and lead with creativity, competence and compassion in an increasingly urbanized church and world.
Cornell College

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Recognized as one of the nation's finest colleges, Cornell is distinctive in higher education in offering liberal arts study within the One-Course-At-A-Time framework in an active residential community.
Cornell University

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Cornell, as an Ivy League school and a land-grant college, combines two great traditions. A truly American institution, Cornell was founded in 1895 and remains a place where "any person can find instruction in any study."
Curry College

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A 4-year, co-ed, private, liberal arts college located minutes from Boston. 17 academic majors and internship opportunities. Explore our web site to see if Curry is The Right Fit for you.
D'Youville College

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Offering quality education and training in high demand career fields since 1908. Attend the fast track bachelor's and master's programs in Education, Nursing, Physical Therapy and more, and explore the new Guaranteed Scholarship Program.
Dartmouth College

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An Ivy League school widely recognized for the depth, breadth, and flexibility of its undergraduate program, Dartmouth offers students an extraordinary opportunity to collaborate with faculty in pursuing their intellectual aspirations.
Dean College

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Preparing students with individual learning styles for transfer to four-year colleges. 15 majors including two B.A. programs in Arts & Entertainment Management and Dance.
Delaware Valley College

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  • 1,600 Undergraduate Students
  • Nationally Ranked Athletics Teams
  • More than 35 programs including Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Small Animal Science, and Equine Studies.

DeSales University

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Built on Catholic education values of academic excellence, DeSales University is driven by dedicated educators and advisors that inspire performance.
Emerson College

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Located on Boston Common in the city's Theatre District, Emerson is one of the premier colleges in the U.S. for the study of performing arts and communications.
Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts

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Small seminar-based classes in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village,Lang is part of a large urban university offering an interdisciplinary curriculum in the social sciences, humanities, and the arts. 600 students from 43 states & 13 countries.
FAU Honors College

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Blaze a trail....New residential college in south Florida. Innovative liberal arts and sciences curriculum. Generous academic scholarships for all admitted students.
Florida Metropolitan

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FMU offers the resources of a larger institution with the benefits of a small college. More than 10,000 students attend 9 campuses in major metropolitan areas. Masters, Bachelors, Associates, and online classes available.

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Fordham offers the distinctive Jesuit philosophy of education, marked by excellent teaching, intellectual inquiry and care of the whole student, in the capital of the world.
Founders College

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Light the fire in your mind at Founders College.
Georgetown University

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Located in a historic neighborhood in the nation's capital, Georgetown offers rigorous academic programs, a global perspective, and a commitment to social justice.
Georgian Court University

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  • Quality and affordable private university
  • Safe and historic campus near the Jersey Shore
  • Choose from over 30 majors
  • Residential Women's College
  • 7 NCAA Division II Sports
  • Coeducational University College
Glenville State

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High Adventure &Outdoor Leadership.
Global College

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Earn a BA in Global Studies while studying at our centers in Costa Rica, China, India, Japan, South Africa, and New York City!
Gonzaga University

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Over 75 majors. 13:1 student/faculty ratio. National recognition for academic and career mentoring programs. Supportive Catholic, Jesuit community in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
Goshen College

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Nearly 95 percent of students receive financial aid.More than 70 programs of study.Unique study abroad program.
Grinnell College

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Grinnell is a highly-selective liberal arts and sciences college. Founded in 1846, it enrolls 1,400 students from every state and 55 countries. Grinnell consistently ranks among the top 15 liberal arts colleges.
Hamline University

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Founded in 1854 as Minnesota's first university, Hamline offers undergrad, law and grad degrees. Located in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, we provide students with the knowledge, values and skills necessary for a life of leadership and service.
Hanover College

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A premier liberal arts college offering a challenging curriculum with more than 30major areas of study and a wealth of career preparation programs.
Hartwick College

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Liberal arts and sciences college that educates people who will thrive in and contribute to the world of the future through collaborative learning, global experiences and technology.
Harvard University

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Harvard offers 6,500 undergraduates an education from distinguished faculty in more than 40 fields in the liberal arts as well as engineering and applied science.
Hawai'i Pacific University

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With students from all 50 states and more than 100 countries around the globe HPU is one of the most culturally diverse universities in the world. HPU, where the world comes to study.
Hobart & William Smith

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A national liberal arts college filled with multitalented people where 80% will be involved with service learning, study abroad or internships before they graduate.
Hofstra University

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Hofstra University can help you get where you want to go, with small classes, dedicated faculty and an energized campus.
Hollins University

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What made Hollins #1 in the "Best Quality of Life" category of the Princeton Review? Our beautiful campus. A great location. Comfortable dorms. A safe atmosphere. Good food. Visit today to experience Hollins quality.
Huntington College

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Academic Leadership. Christian Maturity. One of America's best colleges featuring programs in education, music, theatre and youth ministries, Huntington is committed to educating men and women to impact our world for Christ.
Ithaca College

Ithaca College (opens in a new window)
Ithaca College is a nationally recognized coed comprehensive college. Its Schools of Business, Communications, Health Sciences and Human Performance, Humanities and Sciences, and Music offer over 100 majors to 6,400 students.
Johnson & Wales University

Johnson & Wales University (opens in a new window)
At Johnson & Wales University, we prepare you for personal and professional success. Our pioneering educational model of combining academics, hands-on training, work experience tied to a field of study, and leadership opportunities has made JWU a recognized leader in career education.
Johnson State

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Excellent Programs.
Outstanding Faculty.
Affordable Cost.
Classes begin Jan. 16th. Call today.
Kenyon College

Kenyon College (opens in a new window)
A leading liberal arts college where writers thrive (together with artists, scientists, and other lovers of learning).
Laboratory Institute of Merchandising

Laboratory Institute of Merchandising (opens in a new window)
LIM offers Bachelor and Associate Degrees in fashion merchandising and marketing.Special fashion-related activities include guest lectures from key industry professionals, field trips and internships with top fashion companies in New York City.
Lake Erie College

Lake Erie College (opens in a new window)
An educational tradition since 1856. We want you to learn.
We want you to grow.
We want you to have fun.
It's time for Lake Erie College.
Loyola - Chicago

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Ranked among the top national universities by U.S. News & World Report, Loyola University Chicago offers degrees in 52 undergraduate majors at several campus locations.
Lyndon State

Lyndon State (opens in a new window)
Distinctive, high quality academics.
Dedicated faculty and staff.
Personalized attention.
Hands-on/Experiential Learning.
An intimate setting and scenic location.

Macalester (opens in a new window)
Academic excellence and global perspective in one of America's most "livable" metropolitan areas.
Mannes College of the NewSchool for Music

Mannes College of the NewSchool for Music (opens in a new window)
Study at a classical conservatory where artistry and community come together offering small classes, personal attention, and a world-renowned faculty bringing music to life in the heart of NYC.
Mansfield University

Mansfield University (opens in a new window)
You want to be a writer. We want to help you succeed.
Mansfield University.
Marquette University

Marquette University (opens in a new window)
A Catholic, Jesuit education that is genuinely transformational, so that students graduate not simply better educated, but better people.
Marymount University

Marymount University (opens in a new window)
A comprehensive, co-ed Catholic university, Marymount is located in Arlington, Virginia, just a few miles from the nation's capital. The university is known for a culture of engagement that fosters intellectual curiosity, service to others, and a global perspective.
Marywood University

Marywood University (opens in a new window)
Develop fully as an individual and become a leader in the arts, education, business, science, or health. You will find your place and discover your path. You will belong. You will succeed.
Mass. College of Pharmacy

Mass. College of Pharmacy (opens in a new window)
Designed for the next generation of science and healthcare professionals, MCPHS is located in Longwood Medical and Academic Area - home to the nation's premier medical centers and research institutions.
Messiah College

Messiah College (opens in a new window)
Messiah offers a high-quality, private, coed, undergraduate education that effectively integrates intellect, character, and Christian faith for nearly 2900 students in a residential setting.
Michigan State University

Michigan State University (opens in a new window)
  • Undergrad research with top faculty
  • 90% of undergrad courses taught by faculty
  • Study Abroad in Russia, Italy and more
  • Outstanding Co-op, Internship, and Career Service Programs
  • Recruited by top corporations

Michigan Technological University

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Located in Michigan’s beautiful Upper Peninsula, Michigan Tech offers courses in arts and human sciences, business and economics, computing, engineering, environmental studies, sciences and technology.

Montserrat (opens in a new window)
A small, residential college of visual art on Boston's North Shore offering the BFA, community education, and galleries exhibiting contemporary works by international, regional and local artists.
Mount Holyoke

Mount Holyoke (opens in a new window)
Educating women leaders through excellence in the liberal arts.
Mount Ida

Mount Ida (opens in a new window)
Private, co-ed college. 8 miles from downtown Boston. A global community of learners. More than 20 majors. Liberal arts plus professional preparation. Experience through internships.
NC Agriculture & Tech. University

NC Agriculture & Tech. University (opens in a new window)
Write your own history with an education from North Carolina A&T State University.

Explore. Discover. Become.
New Mexico Highlands University

New Mexico Highlands University (opens in a new window)
At Highlands you’ll discover:
  • Individual attention
  • Small classes
  • Affordable tuition
  • Acclaimed academic programs
We're Here for yoU

Northeastern (opens in a new window)
A national research university that is practice-oriented, student-centered, and urban, Northeastern offers a unique combination of academic excellence and a world-class cooperative education program.
Northern Michigan

Northern Michigan (opens in a new window)
Located on Lake Superior's south shore in Marquette, Michigan, NMU offers 180 flexible academic programs to approximately 9,000 students. Each incoming student is equipped with a notebook computer.
Norwich University

Norwich University (opens in a new window)
Private, coed university in Vermont ski country with 1100 Cadets, 600 students, 30 academic majors, 16 sports, and 80 clubs. Centers in Architecture, Business, Computer Security & Information Assurance, Engineering and Nursing.
Nova Southeastern University

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NSU is the nation's seventh-largest independent university, with more than 28,000 students, 100,000 alumni, and located on a sprawling 300-acre Fort Lauderdale main campus.
Ohio Northern

Ohio Northern (opens in a new window)
Ohio Northern is a comprehensive university of liberal arts and professional programs offering more than 3,350 students over 50 majors in the colleges of Arts & Sciences, Business Administration, Engineering, Pharmacy and Law.
Ohio Wesleyan University

Ohio Wesleyan University (opens in a new window)
  • Nationally-ranked liberal arts college
  • Self-designed and interdepartmental majors
  • Small classes
  • 100+ campus organizations
  • 23 NCAA Division III sports

Old Dominion University

Old Dominion University (opens in a new window)
  • Over 68 undergrad degrees
  • Minutes from Virginia Beach
  • Guaranteed Internships and Study Abroad
  • Over 21,000 students from all 50 states AND more than 100 countries

Oral Roberts University

Oral Roberts University (opens in a new window)
ORU's spiritually dynamic, academically stimulating and physically challenging environment prepares students to impact the world with excellence. Our 64 in-demand majors include Nursing and Engineering.
Pace University

Pace University (opens in a new window)
Pace University offers talented and ambitious students the opportunity to discover their potential and realize their dreams. Campuses in New York City and Pleasantville, NY
Palm Beach Atlantic

Palm Beach Atlantic (opens in a new window)
A comprehensive Christian college, located on a waterfront campus in Southeast Florida, offers bachelor's and master's degrees in over 40 programs of study to over 2,000 students.
Palmer College of Chiropractic

Palmer College of Chiropractic (opens in a new window)
  • Palmer College is where chiropractic began
  • Three campuses to choose from - Iowa, California, Florida
  • Natural, drug-free, non-surgical health care
  • Graduate-level program leading to a Doctor of Chiropractic degree
Parsons the New School for Design

Parsons the New School for Design (opens in a new window)
A division of The New School located in NYC, Parsons’ rigorous programs and distinguished faculty embrace curricular innovation and global perspectives in design. Programs in all art & design disciplines.
Pennsylvania College of Art and Design

Pennsylvania College of Art and Design (opens in a new window)
Central Pennsylvania’s only professional art college, offering BFA programs in fine arts, graphic design, illustration, and photography.

Where art becomes opportunity.
Pennsylvania College of Technology

Pennsylvania College of Technology (opens in a new window)
Degrees that work. Pennsylvania’s premier technical college offers bachelor’s, associate’s, and certificate programs in more than 100 career fields. An affiliate of Penn State.
Pine Manor College

Pine Manor College (opens in a new window)
Minutes from downtown Boston. U.S. News & World Report ranks PMC #4 in the country for diversity and among the top 15 for small class size among liberal arts colleges. Over 1,000 internship opportunities. Affordable private education for women.
Post University

Post University (opens in a new window)
Fully Accredited Degree Programs. Day, Evening, Weekend, Online Classes. NCAA Division II Athletics. Scholarships & Financial Aid
Pratt Institute

Pratt Institute (opens in a new window)
Talent teaches talent in Pratt's creative writing BFA for aspiring young writers. Nationally recognized for over 100 years as a leading college of art, design, and architecture. Beautiful residential campus minutes from Manhattan.
Prescott College

Prescott College (opens in a new window)
A college for intellectuals seeking a classical education in the arts and sciences and a campus community that prizes independent thought and action.
Princeton University

Princeton University (opens in a new window)
Princeton simultaneously thrives to be one of the leading research universities and the most outstanding undergraduate college in the world. We provide students with academic, extracurricular and other resources, in a residential community committed to diversity.
Quinnipiac University

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A beautiful New England campus, with programs in Business, Communications, Health, Liberal Arts, Education, Law, Engineering and Medicine. Between NYC and Boston, with Division I athletics. Rated among top Master's level Colleges in the North in U.S. News and World Report.
Randolph College

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Why a woman's college? Because we prepare women from 43 states and 47 foreign countries to be strong, confident participants in the world. Specifically, to take ownership of their education and their futures.
Reed College

Reed College (opens in a new window)
A college for intellectuals seeking a classical education in the arts and sciences and a campus community that prizes independent thought and action.
Regis College

Regis College (opens in a new window)
A powerful choice for women seeking a small college environment, we offer individual attention, involved faculty, outstanding programs and all the excitement of Boston.
Rockport College

Rockport College (opens in a new window)
For the world's storytellers. Professional career education through undergrad & MFA degrees and 1-year Certificate Programs in filmmaking, photography, cinematography, digital post-production and new media.
Toll Free: 877-577-7700
Rutgers University

Rutgers University (opens in a new window)
An original colonial college, Rutgers offers a contemporary liberal arts education in a picturesque northeastern setting. Students enjoy reasonable tuition, big-time athletics, and some of the best research and academic resources in the nation.
Saint Joseph's College of ME

Saint Joseph's College of ME (opens in a new window)
  • Liberal arts college with over 1,000 students.
  • Over 40 majors & programs
  • On beautiful Sebago Lake, just 20 mi. from Portland, Maine's largest city.
  • NCAA division III athletics.
Salve Regina University

Salve Regina University (opens in a new window)
An oceanside Catholic, liberal arts university featuring small classes and dedicated faculty, Salve Regina offers more than 40 concentrations leading to associate and bachelor's degrees.
San Francisco Art Institute

San Francisco Art Institute (opens in a new window)
Develop your creative mind in a program that emphasizes independence, experimentation, and the development of personal vision. The cross-disciplinary environment includes studio, art history, and liberal arts courses.
Sarah Lawrence College

Sarah Lawrence College (opens in a new window)
You Are Different(So Are We)
Just 15 miles from NYC, this small, co-ed liberal arts college is nationally renowned for its unique academic program, extensive creative writing curriculum and strength in the arts.
SEA Education

SEA Education (opens in a new window)
Providing opportunities for our students to gain deeper insights into our ocean planet in an interdisciplinary educational experience.
Seton Hall University

Seton Hall University (opens in a new window)
A Catholic college in Greensburg, PA, Seton Hall is ranked as a top liberal arts college in the Northern United States by U.S. News and World Report.
Shimer College

Shimer College (opens in a new window)
Read. Discuss. Write. For 150 years Shimer has prepared students with a classical liberal arts education. Consider the differences: All original sources. All discussion classes of twelve or less. Barron's Best Buy.
Sierra Nevada College

Sierra Nevada College (opens in a new window)
SNC can provide an educational environment that is intellectual, invigorating and individualized, in one of the world's most spectacular settings. We are Nevada's only private, four-year liberal arts college.
Simmons College

Simmons College (opens in a new window)
For 100 years, Simmons College has been educating women for professional and community leadership roles.U.S. News & World Report ranks Simmons among the top regional universities in the North and among the best values.
Simon's Rock

Simon's Rock (opens in a new window)
Some 16-year-olds are ready for college.

Are you?
Slippery Rock University

Slippery Rock University (opens in a new window)
SRU provides a Rock Solid education. Located just 50 miles north of Pittsburgh, the University is ranked number five in America as a Consumer's Digest "best value" selection for academic quality at an affordable price.
Smith College

Smith College (opens in a new window)
Smith is a liberal arts college where women's minds matter. Our small classes, picturesque campus, open curriculum and unique internship program attract students from all over the world.

Southampton (opens in a new window)
Expand your mind... on the south fork of Long Island. An independent College of more that 1,500 students offering outstanding programs in business, arts and media, education, natural science, social science and a nationally recognized writing program.
Southern Illinois University

Southern Illinois University (opens in a new window)
From academics and careers to student organizations and campus life, SIUC gives you the choices and tools to be as unique as you are. There are many at SIUC to help guide you as you make important life decisions. Let us be your partner, join our Saluki family today.
Spartan AeroTech

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Training Pilots and Technicians for aviation and related industries since 1928. Call or log on today and begin your flight to a successful career!
St John's University

St John's University (opens in a new window)
Discover a leading Catholic university with a small college feeling. More than 100 majors, wireless laptops for new students, Big East athletics and three residential, New York City campuses.
St. Louis University

St. Louis University (opens in a new window)
St. Louis University is a Jesuit, Catholic university ranked among the top research institutions in the nation. With over 12,000 students on campuses in St. Louis and Madrid, Spain, SLU is then place where knowledge touches lives.
St. Mary's University

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Personal Attention. Powerful Programs. Experience the technology of today at our co-educational Catholic university.
St. Petersburg

St. Petersburg (opens in a new window)
At St. Petersburg College we put no limits on your educational options. Neither should you.
St. Thomas University

St. Thomas University (opens in a new window)
St. Thomas University is an urban, student-centered, Catholic university with rich cultural and international diversity, dedicated to educating leaders who contribute to the economic and cultural vitality.
Stanford University

Stanford University (opens in a new window)
A distinguished faculty, an innovative curriculum, and outstanding undergraduates offer unparalleled opportunities for intellectual growth on a beautiful California campus.
Sterling College

Sterling College (opens in a new window)
Integrating research, discussion, internships, field programs, culture, history, and the dynamics of human relations in an environment that combines solid academics with experiential learning.
Suffolk University

Suffolk University (opens in a new window)
Suffolk University, located in vibrant downtown Boston, offers over 80 areas of study, providing students with the skills and experience they need to achieve lasting success.

SUNY - ESF (opens in a new window)
ESF is the oldest, most respected college in the country focusing on the science, engineering, design, policy and management of natural resources and the environment.
SUNY Morrisville

SUNY Morrisville (opens in a new window)
A residential college located in Central New York offering 2- and 4-year degrees in more than 70 academic programs and options.
Swarthmore College

Swarthmore College (opens in a new window)
A liberal arts college of 1,500 students near Philadelphia, Swarthmore is recognized internationally for its climate of academic excitement and commitment to bettering the world. A college unlike any other.
Texas Tech

Texas Tech (opens in a new window)
A residential public university with over 27,000 students with more than 300 graduate and undergraduate degree programs. A spirit of community, diversity of cultures and resources and a rich traditions.
The Art Institute

The Art Institute (opens in a new window)
The Art Institutes offer education that helps transform your creativity into a career with design, media arts, fashion, and culinary arts degree and non-degree programs.
The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music

The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music (opens in a new window)
Emphasizing small group performance, New School Jazz is steeped in the progressive tradition while moving forward into new frontiers of sound and experimentation. Offering world-renowned instructors and a priceless NYC performance experience.
Trinity College D.C.

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Trinity's College of Arts and Sciences is a comprehensive program for women who have a solid foundation and a goal to succeed. Make DC your extended classroom!
Tufts University

Tufts University (opens in a new window)
A premier U.S. university, Tufts educates leaders for the global community. Overlooking Boston on a residential campus, Tufts' liberal arts, sciences, and engineering programs draw outstanding students from around the world.
UMass Boston

UMass Boston (opens in a new window)
Widely respected for excellence in teaching, scholarship, research, and public service, UMass Boston offers undergrad &grad study in over 150 fields, a diverse campus community, and a harborside location in America's favorite college city.
University of Alabama

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UA has a rich tradition of excellence in academics, student life and sports. Ranked in the top 50 public universities surveyed by U.S. News & World Report; 9 undergraduate degree-granting schools and colleges; 20:1 student-teacher ratio.
University of Alaska Southeast

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The University of Alaska Southeast is in the heart of Alaska's Tongass National Forest. Come study where John Muir and John Burroughs found inspiration.
University of Bridgeport

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Education for the Real World. Career-oriented majors. Co-operative Education. Unique Career Management Program. America's #1 International University. Small Classes. Affordable.
University of Chicago

University of Chicago (opens in a new window)
A private university chartered in 1890, the University of Chicago offers rigorous intellectual engagement and small classes. It is known for the strength of its liberal arts and sciences curriculum.
University of Colorado

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University of Colorado at Colorado Springs: it's a Colorado thing.
University of Dayton

University of Dayton (opens in a new window)
Discover our community: a friendly campus, technology-enhanced learning, challenging academics, competitive athletics and a strong Catholic, Marianist tradition.
University of Findlay

University of Findlay (opens in a new window)
  • Strong, liberal arts tradition
  • Small classes with professors committed to your success
  • 65 majors: most popular - business, education, the health professions, equestrian studies and pre-veterinary medicine.
University of Georgia

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One of the nation's top 20 public research universities, UGA offers an Honors Program that is recognized nationally for both its high standards and the opportunities it offers undergraduates.
University of Michigan-Flint

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Offering a full range of undergraduate programs on a modern urban campus. The Honor Scholars program offers undergraduates innovative curricula, study abroad, community service and research opportunities.
University of New England

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UNE offers competitive undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs in a beautiful coastal Southern Maine location. Rated in the top tier of northern universities by US News with dynamic faculty teaching over 3,000 students.
University of New Haven

University of New Haven (opens in a new window)
UNH has a dedication to the professional future of our students and making a caring commitment to their achievement. We provide the people, programs, & places that enable you to prepare for personal success - in your career, and in life.
University of Pittsburgh Bradford

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Earn a world-renowned degree in a personalized environment. Work with professors who will know your name and your goals. Choose from 41 majors and many research, internship and study-abroad opportunities.
University of Redlands

University of Redlands (opens in a new window)
With a faculty including working poets, novelists, and non-fiction writers, and a community of students who value the art of words, Redlands is a place to write.
University of Rhode Island

University of Rhode Island (opens in a new window)
Attention all writers! URI has a great major called "Writing and Rhetoric." Prepare yourself for a career as a journalist, a novelist, an advertising copywriter, a public relations professional, or an English teacher! You'll love our beautiful campus located minutes from RI's gorgeous beaches.
University of Rochester

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One of the nation's leading private universities and ranks among the top colleges and universities nationwide in federally financed science, engineering, medical and other research.
University of SC/ Spartanburg

University of SC/ Spartanburg (opens in a new window)
A co-ed, public, comprehensive metropolitan institution of 4,500 students, USCS offers experienced, committed faculty and new student housing facilities.
University of Scranton

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A Community of Scholars.
A Tradition of Excellence.
University of So. Florida

University of So. Florida (opens in a new window)
Explore, create and innovate at one of America's leading metropolitan research universities.
University of St. Francis

University of St. Francis (opens in a new window)
For more than 80 years, the University of St. Francis has provided the best in higher education with more than 60 areas of undergraduate study.
University of the Arts

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Located in Center City Philadelphia, The University of the Arts is the country's only university dedicated to the visual, performing and communication arts. UARTS offers undergrad, graduate, continuing education and pre-college programs.
University of Tulsa

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TU - a nationally recognized private university of 4,200 students with a history of academic excellence that offers programs in arts and sciences, business admin, engineering & natural sciences. Turn Potential into Performance.
University of Wisconsin - Stout

University of Wisconsin - Stout (opens in a new window)
Offering professional career-focused programs in the arts, social and related sciences, engineering, education, natural sciences and technology. Wisconsin's Polytechnic University combines applied learning with a liberal arts education.
University of WI - Superior

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Wisconsin's Public Liberal Arts College attracts 2800 students from 26 states and 30 countries to it's campus near the shores of Lake Superior. Great faculty, 30 majors, NCAA III sports, and more.
Ursuline College

Ursuline College (opens in a new window)
Private, Catholic, liberal arts college founding in 1871 by the Ursuline Sisters. Offers over 30 undergraduate majors and 9 graduate programs. The only women-focused college in Ohio and one of few in the United States. Ursuline teaches the empowerment of self.
Utica College

Utica College (opens in a new window)
Earn a Syracuse University degree in a small college setting. Outstanding career preparation, an excellent faculty and a strong internship program will prepare you for a lifetime of success.

Vassar (opens in a new window)
A highly selective liberal arts college,Vassar offers its 2,350 students close interaction with a distinguished faculty, a broad curriculum with over 40 majors and a beautiful 1,000-acre campus.
Virginia State University

Virginia State University (opens in a new window)
Offering 45 majors to its nearly 5,000 students, VSU provides a comprehensive education rich in the arts, sciences and humanities. Experience your dreams at VSU!
Wagner College

Wagner College (opens in a new window)
New York City's residential liberal arts college offering internships in all areas of study.
Warren Wilson

Warren Wilson (opens in a new window)
We're not for everyone...but then, maybe you're not everyone. Work for the hands, service for the heart, and academics for the mind.

Wellesley (opens in a new window)
Providing an excellent liberal arts education for women who will make a difference in the world.
Wells College

Wells College (opens in a new window)
Wells College educates women to think critically, reason wisely, and act humanely as they cultivate meaningful lives. Through our academic program, residential atmosphere, and community activities, you'll learn and practice the ideals of the liberal arts.
Wentworth Institute of Technology

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Wentworth Institute of Technology is an independent, co-educational college offering bachelor’s degrees in the fields of architecture, computer science, design, engineering, engineering technology and management.
Westminster College

Westminster College (opens in a new window)
At Westminster College, you'll engage in a full college experience. Reach your fullest potential - Inside the classroom. An out.
Wilkes University

Wilkes University (opens in a new window)
Located in the beautiful Northeastern Pennsylvania, Wilkes is an independent institution of higher education dedicated to academic excellence and mentoring. Wilkes offers more than 35 programs in pharmacy, the sciences, liberal arts, and business.
Willamette University

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The First University in the West. At Willamette University, you can define success on your own terms - and we'll help you every step of the way.
WV Wesleyan

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Distinguished Faculty. Small Classes, Personal Attention.17 NCAA Division II Sports. Outstanding Performing Arts.70+ Campus Organizations. Generous Scholarships. Picturesque Campus.
Yale University

Yale University (opens in a new window)
Yale College, the undergraduate body of Yale University, is a highly selective liberal arts college enrolling 5,200 students in over 70 major programs. Residential life is organized around Residential Colleges where students live and eat.

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