USA College Day university list
You can see all of the universities that are attending USA College Day 2023. See our interactive map below to see universities' locations.
Alma College offers a personalized education that allows you to create new knowledge through academic research, expand your horizons with global study initiatives, supplement your academic studies with relevant experiential learning opportunities and indulge your artistic and athletic yearnings while completing your degree on time. Your Alma experience will include opportunities to put the ideas and theories that you discuss in the classroom to work in real world settings through internships, research fellowships, campus leadership, academic travel or service to others.
At AMDA, performers from all over the world are transformed into the artists they aspire to become. Since 1964, AMDA has pioneered excellence in performing arts education, launching some of the most successful careers in theatre, film, television, and new media. Each year, approximately 1,500 students engage in AMDA's rigorous curricula taught by a faculty of more than 300 industry professionals. Offering Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees, Associate of Occupational Studies Degrees, and Professional Conservatory Certificates, AMDA provides unparalleled performing arts training in the world’s two entertainment capitals, Hollywood and Manhattan.
Located in Washington DC, AU students benefit from top professional service, and research experiences. Over 90% of students complete internships and 60% of students study abroad in 138 locations worldwide. At AU's beautiful 91-acre campus - the first carbon neutral campus in the US! - students follow courses in the sciences, arts, humanities, business, education, international service, and more. Studying across disciplines is encouraged! AU’s campus life boasts 150+ student clubs and NCAA Division I athletics.
Founded in 1821, Amherst enjoys a reputation as one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the US. Our diverse, intellectual community of 1850 students from 55 countries benefits from small classes, close contact with outstanding faculty, and extensive undergraduate research opportunities. A distinctive open curriculum affords our students unusual freedom of choice to study a wide range of courses in 40 areas of study. We practice need-blind admission for all applicants - domestic and international - and generous financial aid supports our commitment to diversity.
Arizona State University offers more than 700 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, including highly-ranked business and engineering programs among the best in the nation. Award-winning professors are among the best in their fields, and ASU's faculty includes Nobel Laureates, Pulitzer Prize and Fulbright American Scholar Award winners. Based in the Phoenix, AZ metro area, it has four beautiful campuses, each with contemporary facilities and the latest resources for learning. ASU is ranked a top college choice for international students, and is, by multiple other measures, one of the top 200 institutions in the world.
Located just 10 miles outside of Boston, Babson College is a top-ranked business school and the #1 school for entrepreneurship 26 years and counting. Babson is home to 2,400 undergraduate students from over 35 U.S. states and 40 countries worldwide. Students earn a B.A. in business, with access to 24 concentrations and everyone starts a business in their first year! As the leading educator in entrepreneurship, Babson also recognizes there is more to entrepreneurship than just starting a business—entrepreneurial leadership. With a suite of professional pathways guided by hands-on learning, it’s a mindset you can only learn at Babson.
Building on a 150-year history as a competitive and innovative undergraduate institution, Bard College's mission has expanded across the country, around the world, and to meet broader student needs. The undergraduate program at our main campus in the Hudson River Valley of upstate New York retains a reputation for scholarly excellence and civic engagement. We are committed to enriching culture, public life, and democratic discourse by training tomorrow's thought leaders.
Barnard is a small, highly selective liberal arts college for women located in New York City. Our students are part of a diverse and close-knit community and study with leading scholars and teachers in small, intimate classes. Barnard also enjoys a unique partnership with Columbia University, situated directly across the street, providing students with additional course offerings, extracurricular activities, NCAA Division I Ivy League athletic competition and a fully coed social life. Our location in New York City grants students access to thousands of internship opportunities in addition to cultural, intellectual and social resources.
A Bentley education starts with business, but doesn't stop there. You will learn to think differently and change the world for the better. Our students come from various locations, backgrounds, and cultures — elements that we know create a rich educational environment that will prepare you for success in college and beyond. The benefits of a Bentley education continue long after graduation. Top employers know that Bentley provides you with the skills needed to succeed in their organizations and in all areas of life. It's no surprise that large numbers of Bentley students have jobs lined up more than six months before they graduate.
At Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory, students explore interdisciplinary approaches to music, dance, theater, film, business, healthcare, education, technology, and more. Berklee is the preeminent institute of contemporary music and the performing arts, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its campuses in Boston and Valencia. Dedicated to nurturing the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired artists, Berklee’s commitment to arts education is reflected in the work of its students, faculty, and alumni—hundreds of whom have been recognized with Grammy, Tony, Oscar, and Emmy awards.
Boston University is in the heart of Boston, and is ranked 32nd globally by U.S. News & World Report. In recognition of its undergraduate education and research, BU was named to the prestigious Association of American Universities in 2012. More than 250 programs of study are offered, and students study with award-winning faculty including Fulbright Scholars, MacArthur Fellows, and Nobel Prize winners. The student to faculty ratio is 10:1, and the average class size is 27. Students benefit from extensive global research and internship opportunities and a network of more than 300,000 alumni in 189 countries.
Bowdoin is one of that nation's oldest, most prestigious liberal arts colleges, and also a 200-year-old idea: give smart, kind students of uncommon promise access to the best education on earth, and they will use it to make good in the world. Bowdoin is a need-blind institution (for all applicants) and meets all students' calculated financial need. Located in beautiful mid-coast Maine, Bowdoin students collaborate across our writing seminars, field research, and through eighty majors and minors to work hard towards the common good.
Located 15km away from Boston, Brandeis is a medium-sized, top-tier research university — which means our students enjoy a combination of academic resources and access within a close-knit community. Students build close relationships with faculty and a dynamic community of students who are as invested in bettering themselves as they are in pursuing a greater good. Discover unmatched undergraduate research opportunities and the flexibility to combine different academic interests to create your own academic pathway.
Bryn Mawr is a liberal arts and sciences college for women just outside the city of Philadelphia. The College is renowned for its academic excellence, historic residential campus, and opportunities for experiential learning. Extensive partnerships with nearby Haverford College, Swarthmore College, and the University of Pennsylvania expand academic and social opportunities. Students have diverse identities, backgrounds, and interests. However, Bryn Mawr students share in common their joy of pursuing an education that enables them to turn their passion for learning into a life of purpose.
Bucknell University in Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, is a highly selective liberal arts university of 3,700 students from 45 states and more than 70 countries. Bucknell offers more than 65 majors and 70 minors in the arts, engineering, humanities, management, sciences and social sciences. Average class size is 20; student-faculty ratio is 9 to 1. Students live on campus and enjoy Division I sports, outdoor recreation, community service and visiting world-class musicians, actors, scientists, writers and more.
California Lutheran University is a private university with 3,700 students in Southern California. The university is currently ranked by U.S. News & World Report as #6 in the Western Region and is located in one of the safest cities in the US. We offer 41 undergraduate majors and 43 minors. Scholarships and financial aid are available to international undergraduate students with or without the SAT. Our graduate programs include degrees in business, economics, information technology, public policy, education and psychology. We are a diverse, inclusive and welcoming community of global leaders with students from over 65 countries.
Carleton College is a top 10 liberal arts college where professors are consistently ranked the best in the nation for their commitment to undergraduate teaching. It offers 33 majors and 38 minors, and 88% of students are interested in multiple academic fields. While Carleton students are curious and academically focused, they don’t take themselves too seriously and are always there to help each other out. Outside of the classroom, Carleton students are active in over 150 student-led clubs. Visit online or in person to learn more about physics, Frisbee, and how to gain access to chocolate chip cookies.
Carnegie Mellon is a world-class, innovative university, rich with tradition and culture. Our interdisciplinary approach to education sharpens students’ problem-solving, critical thinking, analytical and quantitative skills. Carnegie Mellon is uniquely positioned at the crossroads of technology and humanity. With more than 90 majors and minors from six different undergraduate colleges and schools, our premier fine arts, business and humanities programs are equally matched by top-ranked technology, science and computer science programs.
Colgate is a distinctive, leading American university known for its intellectual rigor, world-class professors, campus of stunning beauty, and loyal alumni. Through its curriculum, the engagement of the faculty, and life on the campus, Colgate challenges students to be enlightened thinkers and prepares them to be global citizens who will thrive in life and in work. At the core of Colgate University is one of the most ambitious and relevant learning experiences in the country. Regardless of major, all students are taught to think critically, communicate powerfully, analyze other perspectives, and solve complex problems.
College of the Canyons has two opportunities for UK students! Come for the Spring, Stay for the Summer is a one semester abroad opportunity. Located in the beautiful Santa Clarita valley within one hour drive from snowy mountains, sandy beaches, L.A. night life, and water sport lakes, Canyons is a great place to take a few classes and explore the USA. The 2+2 California program is the bachelor’s degree entry point that creates the potential for you to study for a 4-year bachelor’s degree followed by a qualifying OPT work period. In just four years of study, you can get to work!
Colorado State University-Pueblo’s UK scholarships, student-to-faculty ratios, and proximity to the Colorado Rockies make our 275–acre campus a popular destination for UK students. Among a wide range of traditional degrees, we offer Media and Entertainment Production, Civil Engineering, Sports and ESports Media, Pre-Veterinary Medicine, Mechatronics, Business and Auto Industry Mgmt., and Wildlife and Natural Resources. The Center for Cyber Security has been designated a National Center of Excellence by the National Security Administration (the US equivalent of GCHQ). Varsity sports include soccer, golf, athletics, and swimming.
Conn offers a distinctively integrative liberal arts education. Here “academic rigor” isn’t just about the number of pages our students read or write: it’s about synthesizing multiple viewpoints into breakthrough ideas. Conn students learn to look beyond typical narratives and assumptions and build strong connections among the many aspects of their college experience: the languages they are learning; the disciplines they are studying; the communities they are inhabiting; their work in class and around the world; and ultimately, their lives after college. They learn how to make an impact—and how to inspire others to do so, too.
Founded in 1769, Dartmouth College is highly-selective, small liberal arts college. Over 40 departments and programs constitute Dartmouth’s liberal arts core, which promotes critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Students learn to ask big questions and gain a deep understanding of humanity. In a peaceful New England setting routinely ranked as one of the nation’s most beautiful campuses, we live where we learn. From the first moment you step foot on our tree-lined Green, you’ll develop close, enduring connections through intellectual discovery, the arts, community service, athletics, and more.
Davidson is a liberal arts college located 20 miles north of Charlotte, North Carolina, offering a broad range of opportunities for academic growth, leadership development and community involvement. Students participate in Davidson's 150+ organizations, perform in the arts, and engage in athletics through intramural, club, and NCAA Division I athletic teams. With 74 majors, minors, and interdisciplinary programs, students take advantage of community-based courses, entrepreneurial experiences, internships and research opportunities, and learn from professors committed to intellectual growth and success.
Denison University is an elite undergraduate and residential four-year liberal arts and sciences college in Granville, Ohio, a picturesque village just 25 mi (40 km) east of Columbus, the 14th largest city in the United States, and fastest growing city in the Midwest. Denison’s diverse student body of 2,300 represents over 50 different countries. Denison offers programs in over 50 academic areas, including new majors in data analytics and global health, and excels in faculty mentorship, student support, and career outcomes. Denison meets 100% of every admitted student’s demonstrated financial need with Denison-funded grants and scholarships.
DePaul University is a private, urban institution in the heart of Chicago. We have more than 20,000 students enrolled, including 1500 international students from 136 different countries. We have two main campuses located in the Loop (business district) and Lincoln Park, where we offer more than 130 undergraduate majors, across 10 academic colleges. We are on the quarter system and offer classes in-person, online and hybrid formats. There are more than 350 student organizations available, and with strong connections to Chicago's business community, more than 90% of our students are employed within 6 months of graduating.
Dickinson is a nationally recognized liberal-arts and sciences college chartered in 1783 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania. Dickinson emphasizes small classes with extensive opportunities for research, fieldwork and internships. We offer 46 majors, including 13 STEM majors, plus minors. The college also is recognized as a leader among educational institutions committed to environmental sustainability, and over 60% of students study abroad. 96% of graduates are in a job, internship, graduate school or pursuing a fellowship within one year of graduation.
Emory University in Atlanta is a world-renowned hub for demanding academics and exceptional undergraduate education in arts and sciences, business, and nursing. Boasting nine top-notch professional schools, Emory has state-of-the-art research facilities, 11 hospitals, and a shared campus with the CDC. An $11B endowment fuels its mission, fostering a close-knit global learning environment that empowers students to shape their own academic experiences. Small classes and a flexible curriculum inspire scholarly inquiry. Faculty take pride in nurturing undergraduate research, making Emory a transformative journey for aspiring scholars.
Situated on a beautiful, safe, ocean-front campus twenty miles north of Boston, Massachusetts, USA, and based on the idea that higher education should combine theory with practice, Endicott College sends 99% of graduates to employment or advanced studies within one year. Our programs comprise nursing, general education, business administration, hospitality, exercise science, sport management, computer science, liberal arts, applied mathematics, fine and performing arts, criminal justice, and others.
Florida Tech is a fully accredited, doctoral-granting research STEM university with a strong tradition of international education in an enriched technological environment. International students account for over 20% of our student population. Located on Florida’s beautiful Space Coast in Melbourne, Florida; Florida Tech offers BS, MS, and PhD degrees in Computer Sciences & Engineering, Aeronautics, Business, Engineering, Psychology/Liberal Arts, and the Sciences. The area is home to some well-known multinational companies, national companies and small start-ups. The area has the country’s fourth largest high-tech workforce and is home to the U.S. space program.
One of the nation’s elite research universities, Florida State University is located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in Tallahassee, Florida. Through FSU’s innovative First Year Abroad (FYA) program, students who have been accepted to FSU can spend their first year studying at one of FSU's international study centres in London, UK; Florence, Italy; Valencia, Spain; or Panama City, Panama. Upon successful completion of the FYA year, students are eligible for a tuition waiver, reducing tuition fees by 70% for the remainder of their first undergraduate degree at FSU. For a four-year degree, tuition savings total around $40,000.
Fordham, the Jesuit University of New York, offers a distinctive educational experience rooted in the 450-year old Jesuit tradition of intellectual rigor and personal attention. Located in the world’s capital of culture and commerce, Fordham offers more than 65 undergraduate majors on two residential campuses, the tree-lined, 85-acre Rose Hill campus in the Bronx and the Lincoln Center campus in the heart of Manhattan’s performing arts center. The University enrolls a diverse student body hailing from all states and many foreign countries, totaling approximately 15,800 students in its ten undergraduate, graduate and professional schools.
Franklin University Switzerland is a small, international university located in the southern Swiss city of Lugano. With roots in the American liberal arts tradition, at Franklin we offer 20 different Majors for Bachelor’s and 3 different programs for Masters. We also offer programs in partnership with Emerson College in Boston, that allow students to study at both institutions. Our signature program -Academic Travel- incorporates travel into the curriculum and is designed to increase opportunities for experiential learning. We offer Academic Merit, Financial Aid and Leadership Awards.
Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida has built a reputation as one of the premier art, music, and film schools in the world. Whether you’re passionate about music, live concerts, video games, art and design, animation, filmmaking, web development or the business behind entertainment, an education at Full Sail University can help you begin your journey. Offering both campus and online degrees, Full Sail University is a school dedicated to helping creative students follow
their dreams in the entertainment and media industry. In addition, Full Sail offers an intensive ESL program geared towards media and entertainment.
Furman University, founded in 1826, is a private, liberal arts university. Its emphasis on education outside the traditional classroom, including undergraduate research, internships, apprenticeships, volunteer service and study-abroad programs, makes the school distinctive. By supplementing classroom instruction with other opportunities, it gives students greater responsibility for their education, develops their self-confidence and sharpens their leadership skills. Its 750-acre campus, five miles from Greenville, is located at the foot of Paris Mountain. Intellectually curious students from over 30 different countries call Furman 'home.'
George Fox University, founded in 1891, is Oregon's nationally recognized Christian university, committed to providing students with personal attention, global opportunities to learn and serve, and a supportive community that encourages rigor and spiritual growth. We offer more than 60 undergraduate programs, 14 master's and doctoral degrees, and 5 seminary degrees. We have 4,039 students with a 16:1 student to faculty ratio. We are located near the beach, the mountains and city life. At George Fox, each student will Be Known – personally, academically and spiritually.
The Georgia Institute of Technology, or Georgia Tech, is a top 10 public research university with nearly 44,000 students who study in person at the main campus in Atlanta, at Georgia Tech-Lorraine in France, at Georgia Tech-Shenzhen in China, as well as through distance and online learning. Students represent 50 states and 149 countries. Georgia Tech's engineering and computing Colleges are the largest and among the highest-ranked in the nation, and the Institute also offers outstanding programs in business, design, liberal arts, and sciences.
Over its long history, located in Baltimore, Maryland, Goucher has built a strong, innovative tradition of liberal arts education that offers five distinct advantages: One of the select Colleges That Change Lives, Goucher is also listed as a top institution by The Princeton Review and U.S. News & World Report. Goucher offers more than 40 programs, a 10-to-1 student-faculty ratio, and opportunities for high-level undergraduate research. Goucher is ranked No. 1 in study abroad, and 100% of undergraduates go overseas before graduating, acquiring employer-sought skills, such as adaptability and cross-cultural awareness.
Harvard College is the coeducational undergraduate program of Harvard University. Its private, four-year liberal arts programme offers 3,700 courses in 50 fields of specialization. Located on 216 acres in Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard College is home to 6,600 undergraduates, coming from all 50 states and more than 80 countries, from every ethnic and religious background and from across the economic spectrum. Admission is based on achievement and promise without regard to financial need. Nearly 60% of undergraduates receive our need-based financial aid, which is available to non-citizens and citizens on exactly the same basis.
Located in the immediate suburbs of Philadelphia, Haverford College is one of the premier liberal arts and sciences colleges in the US. Haverford provides a rigorous and intensely personal liberal arts education inspired by intellectual depth, collaboration, and a commitment to ethical leadership. From the senior thesis program to the student-run honor code, Haverford students have substantial opportunities to profoundly shape their educational journey. Our 1,400 students enjoy the many benefits of living and learning in a diverse community made up of students from nearly every state and around 50 different countries.
Hawai‘i Pacific University (HPU) is a private, nonprofit university on the island of O‘ahu, with urban and tropical campuses. Established in 1965, HPU is home to over 5,000 students from Hawai‘i, the mainland, and over 70 countries around the world. HPU is an international learning community set in the rich cultural context of Hawai‘i. Students from around the world join us for an American education built on a liberal arts foundation. Our innovative undergraduate and graduate programs anticipate the changing needs of the community and prepare our graduates to live, work, and learn as active members of a global society.
High Point University is the Premier Life Skills University where we combine experiential learning and life skills development so that our graduates are ready to take on the world. HPU enrolls students from all 50 US states and over 44 countries with a current population of 5,000 undergraduate students. HPU offers over 60 majors and minors with our top programs in Business, Communications, STEM, and Interior Design. Located in the center of beautiful North Carolina, you are just two hours away from the Blue Ridge Mountains, NC beaches, and one of the largest up-and-coming cities, Charlotte.
Hult’s transformative Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is designed around the universal truth that to master a skill—any skill, from riding a bike to leading a team—it must be practiced. Put theory into practice through real-world business scenarios, live client consulting, simulations, and hackathons. We’ll work together, continuously, to help you build the essential knowledge base, mindsets, and skills to graduate with the tools you’ll need for the role you want. Hult graduates set themselves apart as resilient,
global, self-aware and ethical leaders. Study in Boston or London and rotate to Dubai or San Francisco over the summer.
Celebrating it's 125th Anniversary this year, Husson University has a long standing tradition of offering quality, experiential education focused on professional careers. Located in Bangor, Maine, Husson puts the "hire" in higher education. We believe in professional education that is built for everyone. We pride ourselves on offering outstanding education, which is why 97% of our graduates are employed or in graduate school within one year of graduating. Husson also provides a vibrant student life community offering everything from art clubs to NCAA Division III athletics to those who are interested.
Indiana University Bloomington is a large public research university located in the quintessential college town of Bloomington, Indiana. We offer over 200 majors, many of which are consistently ranked within
the top ten in the US. Some of our most prominent programs are in Business, Economics, Music, Media, Computer Science, and Public Affairs. With a student body of over 40,000 spread across 12 schools, IU combines the world-class resources and amenities of a large university with the close-knit community and small class sizes of a small liberal arts school. Our average class size is 30, and our student-faculty ratio is 16-1.
Johns Hopkins University was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1876 as the first research university in the United States. Since our beginning, we’ve made extraordinary discoveries, advanced innovative solutions, and created a place where all students can see their big ideas brought to life. Supported by peers and faculty who are among the most passionate, dedicated, and talented people in the world, our students are motivated each day by this culture of fearless enthusiasm and pursuit of knowledge. We meet 100% of a family's demonstrated need, without any loans, for all admitted students, regardless of their citizenship.
Kenyon College, located in Gambier, Ohio, is a unique academic community where collaboration rather than competition is the guiding spirit. Among Kenyon’s compelling features: a classic college town; a welcoming and talented student body; a well-deserved reputation as a great place for writers; state-of-the-art facilities; an exceptional faculty; and an interesting and successful alumni group. The college calls itself "the perfect place to learn in the company of friends amongst a community of scholars."
We believe in the power of “and”. We are liberal arts and engineering. Athletics and research. Academics and community engagement. Art and entrepreneurship. Founded in 1826, we offer undergraduate programs on a residential campus rich in history and beauty. We challenge our students to move beyond the familiar. We dare them to use their intellect, energy, and talent to positively impact the world. Our students shape their futures through an eclectic mix of majors and minors, double majors, and dual degrees. If this sounds like the mindset you seek, then welcome home to a place where you will thrive.
Lees-McRae College is a small, private institution of 1,000 students known for our unique location and innovative academic programs. Located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Lees-McRae offers over 50 academic programs, 25 NCAA Division II athletic teams, and 40+ student clubs and organizations. Some of our academic programs include Wildlife Biology, Wildlife Rehabilitation, Ski Industry Business, Cycling Studies, Wilderness Medicine and Rescue, Exercise Science, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Theatre Arts, Healthcare Administration, and more. Our focus is on experiential learning and personal attention.
Students from around the globe study at Longwood University in central Virginia. Distinctive academics, a welcoming community, and a great location, are hallmarks of the Longwood experience. The #5 ranked public university in the Southeast (US News and World Report, 2022) offers: 100+ majors, minors and concentrations; a 14:1 student-faculty ratio; high post-graduation employment rates; Hybrid MBA for International Students; Academic English Bridge program; Division I Athletics.Affordable tuition, merit scholarships, a 59% acceptance rate, test optional admissions, and exceptional student support, make Longwood University a top choice.
Loyola Marymount is a Jesuit university in Los Angeles. Top majors include Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Engineering, & Film. Our campus is nestled in L.A.’s tech and film hubs, 1km from the beach, within one of the city’s safest communities. LMU’s 6,400 undergraduates select from over 60 majors, while enjoying a 10:1 student/faculty ratio & a class size of 19. We celebrate a 12% international student body from 90 countries. LMU is committed to delivering an educational experience that integrates academic life with real-world experiences so that our graduates are equipped for academic and professional success in a global marketplace.
Based in Boca Raton, Florida, Lynn University has 3,500+ students from 100+ countries. Most of our degrees, including International Business, Entrepreneurship, and Psychology, can be completed in three years. Lynn’s NCAA Division II Fighting Knights have won 25 national titles, and its nationally recognized Institute for Achievement and Learning empowers students of all learning styles. Lynn's Dialogues curriculum and award-winning iPad program help its graduates gain the intellectual flexibility and global experience to fulfill their potential. This is partly why their job placement rate is 20% higher than the national average.
Macalester College is a nationally ranked, highly selective undergraduate liberal arts and sciences college, one of very few located in the heart of a major metropolitan area. Macalester’s location in the Twin Cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis amplifies the College’s demanding academic program and commitments to internationalism, multiculturalism, and service to society. Macalester’s 2,200 students come from 95+ countries and all 50 US states. Macalester graduates thrive in a global economy, gain access to top graduate programs, and make a positive impact on the world.
Located on the banks of the historic Hudson River and at its Florence, Italy campus, Marist College is a comprehensive, independent institution grounded in the liberal arts. Its mission is to “help students develop the intellect, character, and skills required for enlightened, ethical, and productive lives in the global community of the 21st century.” Marist educates approximately 5,000 traditional-age undergraduate students and 1,200 adult and graduate students in over 90 undergraduate majors, minors, certificates and graduate programs.
Built on almost 200 years of tradition, MICA is an international leader in Integrative Education in Art and Design. Our students are immersed in a balanced study that emphasizes creativity, innovation, whole person development, career preparation, and entrepreneurship. MICA’s 26 undergraduate programs - that span from the traditional to the cutting edge - encourage students to mix and match for customization. MICA's students learn to apply their creative problem-solving skills to the fields of design, health, business, education, film, curatorial practice, architecture, data visualization, entertainment, and environmental sustainability.
Founded in 1833, Mercer University’s main campus is located in Macon, GA. With programs in 12 different colleges and schools, undergraduate research and service are hallmarks of a Mercer education. Students take the lead in top-level research and work closely with faculty members in state-of-the-art facilities to complete projects that contribute new knowledge to their fields of study. Mercerians strive to bring positive change to the world through participation in service projects like Spring Break for Service, or in the University’s most distinctive program, Mercer on Mission. At Mercer, everyone majors in changing the world.
Founded in 1855, Michigan State University is one of the top 100 research universities in the world. Offering more than 200 majors including a law school and three medical schools, MSU is nationally recognized for numerous undergraduate and graduate programs, including business, accounting, hospitality business, international relations, packaging, education, advertising, journalism, economics, communication, and criminal justice. MSU has an enrollment of nearly 50,000 students, including more than 38,000 undergraduate students. Over 2,300 international students representing more than 130 countries are proud to call MSU home.
Would you like to live in global hubs like San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Hyderabad, and Seoul throughout college? What would it be like in a class where your professor only talks for 2-3 minutes at a time with no lectures and no tests? Minerva is an accredited university providing an experiential learning program across 7 countries in 4 years using the Science of Learning in it's fully active learning interdisciplinary curriculum. Once that does not require standardized tests and offers need-based financial aid.
Mount Holyoke College is a highly selective, research liberal arts institution and the oldest women’s college in the US. Through its Lynk Initiative, students are guaranteed $3,000 to fund an internship or research experience. Located in western Massachusetts, students benefit from the Five College Consortium which enables them to cross-register and participate in co-curricular activities at the member institutions: Amherst, Hampshire, Smith Colleges and the University of Massachusetts. Mount Holyoke offers both merit-based scholarships and need-based financial aid and meets 100% of demonstrated financial need.
New College of Florida is the Honors College of Florida. New College offers a rigorous undergraduate education focused on excellence in the liberal arts, including the sciences, emphasizing critical thinking and intellectual curiosity in pursuit of the truth. New College campus is on the Sarasota Bayfront with onsite water access and our own private beach, where you can swim, kayak or paddleboard, or even join the sailing club. New College Intercollegiate Athletics include soccer, baseball, softball, basketball and lacrosse.
Discover a new kind of university, one where scholars, artists, and designers come together to challenge convention and create positive change. Our colleges and graduate schools include Parsons School of Design, Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts, the College of Performing Arts, The New School for Social Research, the Schools of Public Engagement, and Parsons Paris. Parsons, regularly ranked America's top art & design school, with its campuses in New York City and Paris, has for more than a century inspired creative leaders, critical thinkers and makers grappling with the pressing issues of our time.
New York University, founded in 1831, is the largest independent research university in the U.S., and one of the most influential in the world. NYU is comprised of three campuses in New York City, Abu Dhabi and Shanghai, in addition to academic centers and exchange programs in cities around the world. This allows unparalleled internship and experiential learning opportunities.
Frequent student-faculty interaction is enahnced by a student-faculty ratio of 12:1. Our diverse student body – representing 130 countries – enjoys a vibrant campus environment, with over 400 student organizations and a multitude of recreational activities.
Northeastern University is a national research university in Boston offering a unique model of flexible and personalized education that fuses together the academic curriculum and practical, real-world-based co-curriculum. Central to this approach is the cooperative education program (co-op) pioneered in 1909. It integrates periods of classroom study with periods of six-month full-time paid employment in the field of the student’s major. Over 3,300 organizations in the US and 85 countries offer co-op positions to Northeastern students. International students receive employment authorization that allows them to work on co-op anywhere in the US.
Oberlin supports students in making connections between excellence, passion, and impact. Offering one of the world’s most relevant undergraduate educations, Oberlin’s 2900 students come from all over the globe to study in our top-ranked liberal arts college and our world-renowned conservatory of music. Learning at Oberlin is a collaborative enterprise between students and professors. The academic culture is one where students are known, valued, and mentored. Committed to access, diversity, and inclusion, Oberlin meets 100% of the demonstrated financial need of every student. Merit scholarships are also available.
For more than 100 years Pace University has been preparing students to become leaders in their fields by providing an education that combines exceptional academics with professional experience and the New York advantage. Pace has three campuses, in New York City, Westchester, and White Plains. A private metropolitan university, Pace enrolls approximately 12,700 students in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs in the Arts and Sciences, Business, Computer Science and Information Systems, Health Professions, Education, Performing Arts and Law with many of these programs top-ranked nationally and globally.
Established in 1887, Pomona College is a liberal arts college in Claremont, Calif., about 56 km east of Los Angeles. We offer a comprehensive curriculum with 48 majors in the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences. Pomona is a close-knit, diverse community of accomplished scholars, scientists, entrepreneurs and artists who are passionate about making a difference in the world. There are approximately 1,747 students who come from 61 countries. As the founding member of The Claremont Colleges, a consortium of seven colleges, we offer both the advantages of a small liberal arts college and the resources of a large university.
Purdue University, located in West Lafayette, IN, USA, is home to 50,000 students, with over 9,000 international students from 128 countries. Whether you want to be an engineer or an artist, a health care worker or an entrepreneur, you can choose from over 200 majors to follow your passions and achieve your goals. Purdue is a global leader in Engineering and ranks highly in Nursing, Pharmacy, Business, Hospitality and Tourism Management, Education, and Computer Science. This is the kind of place where you build your future, one small step at a time.
Rice University sits in the heart of Houston on a 300-acre, tree-lined campus next to the Texas Medical Center and the Houston Museum District. We offer more than 50 majors across seven schools of study, and students have the freedom and ability to choose their own path. Student life centers on our eleven residential colleges, where students connect with each other and support each other throughout their time at Rice. This combination of excellence in academics and a vibrant and caring student life forms the heart of the Rice community.
Rollins is a comprehensive liberal arts college nationally recognized for its distinctive undergraduate and MBA programs. Rollins educates students on global citizenship and responsible leadership, empowering graduates to pursue meaningful lives and productive careers. We offer a challenging curriculum (43% accept rate) leading to a Bachelor's degree, including 31 major fields of study, and reflect an innovative approach to education. Located in Winter Park, an attractive residential community only 10 mins from Orlando, Florida. Rollins offers qualified applicants academic, athletic scholarships, and need-based aid and is SAT/ACT optional.
Rutgers University–New Brunswick is the flagship home of Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. We are a leading national research university committed to excellence in teaching, innovative research, and service. A member of the Association of American Universities and the Big Ten Conference, Rutgers is the eighth-oldest institution for higher learning in North America with more than 100 majors and five campuses—all in addition to a college town with boutiques, shops, four-star restaurants, and theaters. Rutgers offers convenient access to New York City and Philadelphia and the beautiful beaches of the Jersey Shore.
Saint Louis University — located in St. Louis, Missouri, with a campus in Madrid, Spain — is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious Catholic universities. Founded in 1818, SLU is recognized for world-class academics, life-changing research, compassionate health care, and a strong commitment to faith and service. Rated among the nation’s top research universities, SLU boasts 15 graduate and undergraduate programs ranked among the top 50 in the country by U.S. News & World Report.
International students choose Salve for the same great reasons that U.S. students do: great teaching, great facilities and great location. Named one of The 50 Most Beautiful Colleges in America by Condé Nast Traveler, Salve’s historic campus overlooks the Atlantic Ocean in Newport, Rhode Island, home of world-class sailing, the International Tennis Hall of Fame and iconic music festivals – 1½ hours from Boston. The University has 2,700 students from 20 countries, a 13:1 student-faculty ratio and 40 academic programs with internships, research opportunities and combined bachelor’s/master’s degrees including a five-year MBA. There are over 80 student organizations, performance groups, community service programs and 20 intercollegiate teams.
Cañada College, College of San Mateo, and Skyline College are fully accredited and operated by the San Mateo County Community College District in the safest and most dynamic areas of California. The colleges are known for their transfer rates to top universities, great locations, exceptional services, and STEM programs. Also available to international students are institutional scholarships, multiple internship opportunities at high-tech companies in Silicon Valley, and transfer to world-class universities, including UC Berkeley and UCLA. Visit our website at: www.smccd.edu/international for more information.
Located just 15 miles from Midtown Manhattan, Sarah Lawrence College is a highly selective, coeducational, liberal arts college enrolling over 1,400 undergraduates students. The College emphasizes independent, interdisciplinary study. Each student has a "don" or academic advisor, in the Oxford-Cambridge tradition, who helps them design their program of study. Sarah Lawrence does not offer formal majors; all degrees are Bachelor’s degrees in liberal arts, but students may concentrate in a particular area through writing-intensive curriculum programs ranging from humanities, social sciences, to natural sciences and mathematics.
SCAD is a private, nonprofit, accredited university, offering more than 100 degree programs across locations in Atlanta and Savannah, Georgia; Lacoste, France; and online via SCADnow. SCAD enrolls more than 16,000 undergraduate and graduate students from more than 120 countries. SCAD is No. 1 in the U.S., according to Art & Object’s 2023 Best Art Schools ranking, with additional top rankings for degree programs in interior design, architecture, film, fashion, digital media, and more. For the past six years, 99% of SCAD graduates were employed, pursuing further education, or both within 10 months of graduation.
Established in 1871, Shepherd University is a public liberal arts college offering a wide spectrum of academic programs to students across the country and around the globe. Located only 90 minutes from Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, Maryland; the University offers 80+ undergraduate majors and 10+ graduate programs. Shepherd is home to 15 NCAA Division II athletic teams , offers more than 100 student clubs, and a variety of internship and research opportunities. Students have the opportunity to explore robotics lab 21 research and 5 clinical nursing laboratories and our Agricultural Innovation Center at Tabler Farm.
Skidmore is a top liberal arts college situated on 1,200 acres of natural beauty in Saratoga Springs, New York, which Travel & Leisure calls one of "America's best college towns." With 2,700 students from 44 states and 60 countries, 43 majors, 100+ student clubs, funded research and internships, and 120 approved study abroad programs in 45 countries, there's lots to choose from. At Skidmore's core is creativity, which empowers students to combine unconnected ideas, bring them to life, and turn them into solutions. No matter what you're meant to be or do — creative thought matters. And that makes all the difference.
Southwestern University is a private liberal arts & sciences university of 1,500 students, located in the suburbs of Austin, Texas. SU proudly offers the #3 ranked career center in the US and emphasizes interdisciplinary learning and high-impact learning experiences, such as internships, joint student-faculty research, and study abroad.
Spelman College, a historically Black college and a global leader in the education of women of African descent, is dedicated to academic excellence in the liberal arts and sciences and the intellectual, creative, ethical, and leadership development of its students. With a reputation of graduating women who are leaders and prepared to take on any challenge, Spelman has consistently been ranked as the #1 HBCU for 16 years consecutively and as one of the top liberal arts colleges in the United States. The opportunities at Spelman are endless whether you are interested in studying abroad or completing an internship with a top corporation.
At St. Cloud State University, we help students find opportunities to explore ideas, seek out unique perspectives, and embrace new challenges while obtaining exceptional education. We have more than 200 undergraduate programs of study and more than 60 graduate programs, holding nearly every available national accreditation.
St. John’s University is a private, Catholic university in New York City that celebrates diversity in all its forms. St. John’s is home to nearly 1,000 international students and students come from 119 countries worldwide. Its three metropolitan locations offer accessibility to Manhattan, a cultural, business, and economic hub. Students can choose from more than 100 bachelor’s programs and more than 60 advanced degree programs across five distinguished colleges, Institute for Biotechnology, and School of Law.
St. Olaf College was founded in 1874 as a Lutheran, residential liberal arts college. Today, St. Olaf retains its Lutheran identity and is known for its caliber of teaching, conservatory-quality music program, leading international study program, and the post-college success of its graduates. With students from more than 85 countries, St. Olaf offers an academic program of 45 majors in a dynamic campus community just 45 minutes from the business, cultural, and recreational amenities of Minneapolis-St Paul and its 4.5 million residents.
Suffolk University offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the College of Arts and Sciences, Sawyer Business School, and Law School. Suffolk's urban campus is in the heart of Boston, giving our students direct access to the state capitol, the city’s research institutes, medical centers, and business district. There are 4,163 undergraduate students; 14% are international from 94 countries, more than 100 student clubs, Division III sports teams, performing arts, and community service opportunities. With a 98% placement rate, our curricula place a strong emphasis on experiential learning, leadership development, and internships.
As one of the top liberal arts institutions in the nation – which features an accredited engineering program – Swarthmore offers close access to faculty and research opportunities. Located 11 miles southwest of Philadelphia, the 5th largest city in the U.S., students can explore our arboretum campus and take the train to Philadelphia for the best of campus and city life. The Philadelphia International Airport is 15 minutes away from campus by car. International students make up about 14% of our student body. Swarthmore meets 100% of institutionally determined financial need through loan-free financial aid for international students.
Syracuse University, is a private, coeducational, urban institution located in Central New York. It ranks among the top 65 universities in the United States, and hosts students from all 50 United States and 123 countries, with nearly 15,000 undergraduates and 5,000 graduate and law students. Within a global research university, a Syracuse education is distinctive for blending a strong liberal arts core with applied and professional studies, providing experiential learning via research and internships opportunities.
Since its founding in 1884, Temple University has evolved into an international, higher-education powerhouse and a top-tier research institution with roughly 40,000 undergraduate, graduate and professional students. The university has the advantages of a large university—lots of choices and opportunities—but maintains a small school feel. Temple is an R1 Carnegie Classification Doctoral University, placing it among the most active research universities in the nation. As Philadelphia’s public university, Temple serves as a gateway to the world with long-standing international campuses in Tokyo and Rome.
TCU is ranked among the top national universities and offers the opportunities of a large university and close mentoring of a smaller college. Students conduct research alongside some of the nation’s top professors. Our culture focuses on leadership and ethics, while respecting a range of personal and religious views. Nearly all campus buildings have been renovated or newly built, including state-of-the-art recreational facilities and dormitories. School spirit is contagious and students love cheering for our NCAA Division 1 sports teams.
Transylvania University is a highly-ranked university in the progressive city of Lexington, Kentucky. Founded in 1780, Transylvania is the 16th-oldest university in the US. We're a challenging, relationship-rich school with an engaging faculty that encourages community-driven students to achieve success through 46 majors or self-designed options. As a result, 95% of our students have a job or are in graduate school within six months of graduating. Transylvania offers excellent merit-based scholarships for international students, and is test-optional for students who have studied in English-taught high school programs.
For over 200 years, Trinity College has called Hartford home. Our location, in the capital city of Connecticut, is one of the distinctive features of a student experience. Lessons learned in the classroom are put into action in the city. At Trinity College, we educate independent thinkers who are driven to do better for the world we live in. With 41 majors and over 25 minors, our 2,100 students shape their academic careers and explore new interests in an interdisciplinary fashion. Student-faculty relationships ground our community, allowing students to make connections, and apply critical thinking in Hartford and the world beyond.
Tufts is located five miles from Boston's city center. A residential community with over 300 student organizations, a 9:1 student-faculty ratio and an average class size of 22, students have access to diverse academic offerings with over 150 majors and minors offered across its three schools: the School of Arts & Sciences, the School of Engineering and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts (SMFA). The foundation of a Tufts education rests on the ability to creatively tackle problems across a number of fields, communicate effectively in discussion and in writing, and understand the world from a global perspective.
Tulane University, founded in 1834, is a highly selective, private research university located in New Orleans. There are 7,500 undergraduates on our campus, with a student-to-faculty ratio of 8:1, and over 75 majors offered. While Tulane maintains the highest designation for research activity, the university is also recognized for the atmosphere of a smaller institution with classes averaging 21 students, and a flexible curriculum that encourages the study of multiple disciplines. Tulane values the experience our students gain from our city and as such, is well-known for its emphasis on public service and internships within the community.
At the University of Arizona, it’s our passion to transform the lives of our nearly 50,000 student Wildcats and to solve some of the biggest challenges facing our state and the world. But what makes us unique is how we do it. We live our purpose, mission and values every day.Founded in 1885, the University of Arizona has been educating high-achieving students for over 100 years at the Bachelor, Master and Doctoral degree level. International students can choose from over 300 undergraduate and 200 graduate fields of study ranging from health sciences, engineering, business, communication and so much more.
The University of Chicago is renowned for its commitment to inquiry and its distinguished history in research, discovery and innovation. Undergraduates in the College receive a world-class education through academic learning, hands-on research, individualized advising, and professional preparation in one of the world’s most dynamic and vibrant cities. Of the 5800+ undergraduates, international students comprise more than 15% of the student body. Students here are smart, broadly interested, academically oriented, and intellectually ambitious.
Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, the city of Boulder is a leading force in research, technology and entrepreneurship. At the heart of the city, the University of Colorado Boulder produces some of the best and brightest in these industries and our talented faculty, students and alumni are leading the way by inspiring innovative, humanitarian and social enterprises. Home to more than 2,900 international students from 100+ countries, CU Boulder is one of only 36 U.S. public research universities belonging to the prestigious Association of American Universities.
The University of Denver (DU) is a premier private institution in the heart of the Rocky Mountain West. Located in one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S., our 6,000 undergraduates students at DU benefit from the entertainment and career resources of studying in such a dynamic city. Small classes taught by professors who are leaders in their field, a focus on experiential learning, top-ranked study abroad programs and a strong and supportive career center and alumni base help students build the foundations they need to create the kinds of lives and careers that lead to big impacts and positive changes. Welcome to DU!
At the University of Florida, we are people of purpose. We’re committed to challenging convention and ourselves. We see things not as they are, but as they could be. UF hosts more than 6,500 international students from over 131 countries, and has more than 120 undergraduate majors, 200 graduate degree offerings and all 5 of the professional programs such as Law, Medicine, Pharmacy, Optometry, and Veterinary Medicine. With a campus of nearly 2,000 acres and over 1,000 students organizations for students to choose from, we believe in putting students in the center of campus and allowing them to grow for the Gator Good!
UMW is a premier, selective, coeducational, public institution offering a rigorous academic program in small, highly interactive classes. Located in Fredericksburg, Va., just south of Washington, D.C. it provides students with access to unique course work, internships and undergraduate research all while closely working with professors and academic advisors. American history surrounds the campus and recreational opportunities are within walking distance. With a student body of 4,000 undergraduate students from about 33 states and 24 foreign countries, the average class size is 19 students with a 13:1 student-faculty ratio.
The University of Massachusetts Amherst is one of the top public universities in the USA. Founded in 1863, we are a home to over 23,000 undergraduates from more than 75 countries. Our goal is to educate and prepare responsible and globally-engaged citizens to succeed in a highly connected and competitive world. We offer a vast array of programs, many counted among the top in their field, and consider qualified undergraduate international students for academic-based scholarships. Plus, we are located in Amherst Massachusetts, one of the safest and most beautiful college towns in the USA! Please consider joining the UMass family.
The University of Miami is a private research university with about 10,000 undergraduate students from over 100 countries. Located in Coral Gables, Florida, we are just south of downtown Miami and at the crossroads of the Americas, providing students direct access to experiential learning opportunities, internships, and a wealth of culture. UM is comprised of 11 schools and colleges with over 100 majors and programs, and our flexible curriculum allows for an interdisciplinary approach towards education. Students are highly involved through 300+ student-run organizations and serve as changemakers and leaders in their community.
The University of Minnesota is a top U.S. public research institution with world-class academics, award-winning faculty, and state-of-the-art facilities. University researchers have been responsible for some of the world’s most innovative and life-changing discoveries such as the first successful open-heart surgery, the invention of the “black box” flight recorder and the cardiac pacemaker. Our faculty and alumni have achieved prominent positions on the world stage and received some of the most prestigious awards: 26 Nobel Laureates (including Peace Prize), two U.S. vice presidents, Pulitzer Prize awardees and Rhodes Scholars
At UNC Wilmington, North Carolina’s coastal university, our mission is inspired by powerful teaching, in-depth applied learning, extensive research, student engagement, creative inquiry, critical thinking, thoughtful expression and responsible citizenship. Our values encompass a profound belief in excellence, diversity, integrity and innovation, and a profound determination to put students and our community first.
The Morehead-Cain provides an undergraduate experience without peer, fully funding four years and four summers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, one of the top five public universities in the United States. It promises full tuition, student fees, housing, meals, books, a laptop, supplies, and miscellaneous expenses. It includes a four-year Summer Enrichment Program made up of diverse, customized experiences that include Outdoor Leadership, Public Service, Inquiry and Exploration, Private Enterprise, and Discovery Funds to be used for education opportunities. Scholars bring the potential, we set it free.
The University of Notre Dame is a Catholic research university in Notre Dame, Indiana. Ranked among the top 25 American universities, Notre Dame has 8,500 undergraduate students representing every state and over 80 countries. Popular majors include Finance, Economics, Computer Science, Political Science, Biological Sciences,
English, Engineering, and Psychology. Notre Dame’s education
develops the mind, body, and spirit, and promotes a strong sense of community among students. Through this holistic experience, Notre Dame cultivates impactful social responsibility to be one of the most
powerful means for doing good in the world.
At the University of Oregon, you’ll be welcomed into a community of student and faculty scholars who embrace new ideas and the differences among us. You’ll find that many of our 271 academic programmes are ranked among the best in the world, with several among the top ten in the nation. You’ll make strong connections in the Eugene community, a true college town with citizens who celebrate UO student success in classrooms and on athletic fields. You’ll discover that “green” is part of our DNA—you’ll study and live among true environmental leaders and be inspired to take action yourself.
The University of Pennsylvania is America's oldest university and a member of the Ivy League. Located in the heart of Philadelphia, Penn features a beautiful and unified 279-acre campus. Benjamin Franklin founded Penn in 1740 to provide a practical and accessible education rooted in the liberal arts and sciences. Penn remains committed to Franklin's innovative vision, increasing access and diversity, integrating knowledge and research among our 4 undergraduate and 12 graduate schools, and engaging students in community service both in Philadelphia and globally.
The University of Rhode Island (URI), the State's flagship institution of higher education, offers a small, beautiful, student-centered learning environment with the resources, research capabilities, and opportunities of a much larger public institution. The URI community includes 14,726 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students. The most recent incoming class included students from 65 nations. URI is located in the historic village of Kingston, 20 minutes from Providence, 90 minutes from Boston, and 3.5 hours from New York City.
ocated six miles from a vibrant capital city, the University of Richmond provides a collaborative learning and research environment unlike any other, offering 3,200 undergraduates from 70+ countries an extraordinary combination of the liberal arts and sciences with a top-ranked business school and the country’s first undergraduate school
of leadership studies. Within a year of graduation, 24 percent of students are enrolled in graduate school, and of those seeking employment, 96 percent landed a job. Ranked #22 in U.S News and World Report, the University prepares determined achievers to pursue lives of purpose in a diverse world.
The University of Rochester is one of the country’s leading private research universities. Rochester operates on a personal scale, creating exceptional opportunities for interdisciplinary study and close work with faculty. The University consistently ranks among the top in federally financed science, engineering, medical, and other research. Its College, School of Arts and Sciences, and Hajim School of Engineering and Applied Sciences are complemented by the Eastman School of Music, Simon Business School, Warner School of Education, and Schools of Medicine and Nursing.
Located on the beautiful South Carolina coast, the University of South Carolina Beaufort is minutes from beaches, the Intercoastal waterway, and beautiful historic coastal towns. USCB offers you the chance to know your fellow students and faculty in a way not possible at a larger institution. Our academic support helps you reach your academic goals. As a destination location, USCB attracts faculty from across the U.S. and the globe allowing you to study and learn from some of the best minds in the country. Outside classroom life includes intramurals, clubs, and athletics and lets you socialize, grow, and relax.
We’re South Dakota’s Flagship University. The affordable, nationally ranked, public research institution with a small town feel. USD offers 202 undergraduate and 78 graduate programs, and is home to 400+ faculty members. Students benefit from small class sizes and a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1. They value the easy access they have to their professors for help and career advice. Our unique attributes include our size (with an enrollment of 10,000, few research institutions have our intimate setting) and our affordability (College Board ranks USD's tuition of $12,942 as the most affordable for any US Flagship University).
Located near Downtown Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology and international trade, the University of Southern California is one of the world’s leading private research universities. USC enrolls one of the largest populations of international students at a US university and offers extensive opportunities for internships and study abroad. With a strong tradition of integrating liberal arts and professional education, USC fosters a vibrant culture of public service and encourages students to cross academic as well as geographic boundaries in their pursuit of knowledge.
Located near Downtown Los Angeles, a global center for arts, technology and international trade, the University of Southern California is one of the world’s leading private research universities. USC Marshall enrolls one of the largest populations of international students at a US university and offers extensive opportunities for internships and study abroad.
Established in 1872, The University of Toledo is home to nearly 22,500 students across 13 colleges and six Ohio campuses. The University offers more than 230 doctoral, professional, graduate and undergraduate programs. Nearly 350 student athletes comprise 15 Division 1 Rocket athletic teams. UT has earned national and international acclaim for its expertise in solar and advanced renewable energy, environmental sciences, astronomical research, translational research and biomarkers.
The University of Vermont (UVM) has been advancing knowledge to improve the health of our societies and environment. UVM is a national land grant university offering a breadth of opportunities and resources, including a major medical center and world-class STEM facilities. UVM professors are acclaimed researchers, scholars, and artists who bring their discoveries into the classroom and their students into their labs and field research activity around the globe. Students’ lives are enriched by the university’s location in Burlington, a Northeast hub acclaimed for business innovation, recreation, safety, and surrounding natural beauty.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is a public research university in Madison, Wisconsin, US. Founded in 1848, the beautiful campus is located in the capital city of Wisconsin. Students can choose from 132 majors and over 70 certificate programs in eight undergraduate schools and colleges. UW-Madison faculty and staff provide a world-class learning experience, and students have access to over 1000 different student organizations, and a variety of internship and research opportunities. Wisconsin Badgers come from all 50 states and over 100 countries. Upon graduation, they join a proud global network of over 440,000 living alumni.
Choose a university that excels at life-changing research and quality academics. The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) provides a world-class education to 23,000 students in more than 200 academic programs (100+ at the graduate level). UWM is one of the top 137 research universities in the United States as recognized by the Carnegie Classification; this R1 status reflects extensive work across dozens of doctoral programs and 24 research centers. Students gain vital career-building experience in collaborative classes led by expert faculty. Campus is ideally located in a tree-lined community, near beautiful Lake Michigan.
As Virginia’s most comprehensive university and its leading research institution, Virginia Tech offers about 280 undergraduate and graduate degree programs to more than 37,000 students and manages a research portfolio of more than $556 million. The university fulfills its role as a land-grant by fostering a collaborative environment that integrates technology into all disciplines, so that the Virginia Tech community can serve as a force for positive change around the commonwealth, the country, and the world.
Founded in 1834, Wake Forest University is a private university located in Winston-Salem, N.C., with nearly 9,000 students. The undergraduate population of more than 5,400 hails from 47 states and more than 48 foreign countries. Ours is a vibrant and diverse academic community in which students pursue learning in one or more of the 45 majors, 60 minors and additional programs we offer within our six colleges and schools.
W&L is a bit different. Our campus is nestled in a charming town in a beautiful valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, comprised of centuries-old buildings. Our students are whip-smart, curious, inventive, and ambitious without being competitive. They outnumber our faculty only 8 to 1. Dig deeper and you’ll find academic and pre-professional programs not offered among our peer schools, like business, engineering, and journalism. Through generous need-based financial aid, many students — including international students — are able to afford a high-quality private education.
Washington University is a top 20, private university located in St. Louis, Missouri. We are a community where you can be an individual and achieve exceptional things. We are committed to learning and exploration, to discovery and impact. The University is composed of five undergraduate schools: Architecture, Art, Arts & Sciences, Business, and Engineering. Graduate degrees are offered, and there are professional schools of Social Work, Law, and Medicine. Over 90 undergraduate majors are offered. WashU’s 169-acre campus in suburban St. Louis is home to 7,259 undergraduate students from all 50 US states and approximately 55 foreign countries.
Webster Leiden Campus offers a world-class education to students from all over the world. Located in the historic city of Leiden, The Netherlands, the campus provides a unique and dynamic learning environment that combines academic excellence and international focus with a supportive community. Offering both undergraduate and graduate programs, a diverse and multicultural student body, and a commitment to student success, Webster Leiden Campus is an excellent choice for students who are looking for a transformative educational experience abroad.
William & Mary is a premiere public research university famous for our rigorous liberal arts and sciences curriculum and our dedicated, engaged professors. Our students are nothing short of exceptional; they’re scholars, athletes, activists, musicians, world travelers and generous volunteers. Our campus, located in Williamsburg, Virginia, is a masterwork of preservation and innovation. With a center in Washington D.C. and a joint degree programme with the University of St Andrews, we are ranked #1 for internships, #4 for participation in study abroad and #5 for making an impact, not to mention being ranked in the top 10 for happiest students.
Williams believes in undergraduates. Students, scientists, artists, and scholars come here from around the world and make Williams a cosmopolitan epicenter, a creative incubator, a global stage, and a launch pad for impact that reaches far beyond campus. Williams recently launched the nation’s first all-grant financial aid program, making it one of the most generous programs in the country. It's the breadth and depth of students' experiences—intellectual and experiential, theoretical and practical, local and global—that position graduates to thrive and lead in fields as diverse and evolving as they are themselves.
Yale students enjoy the intimacy of a liberal arts college within a major research university. They choose from over 2,000 classes and 80 courses (“majors”) in science, engineering, social science, and humanities. Yale’s 14 residential colleges assure students a sense of community and belonging and are centers of students’ social, intellectual, cultural, and extracurricular lives. Yale is in New Haven, Connecticut, with proximity to New York and Boston, and many destinations in New England. Yale is affordable for all, including international citizens. Financial need is met in full: admissions decisions are made without regard to need.
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