Colorado State University residing in Fort Collins, Colorado came into existence in 1870. The campus sits on 5000 acres of land, which encompasses the main campus, foothills campus, an agricultural campus and a mountain campus (Pingree Park). In addition, Colorado State has 4,600 acres for research facilities, corporate offices and Colorado State forest service stations. CSU maintains world-class standard research in infectious disease, atmospheric science, cancer research, clean energy technology and environmental science. US News ranked CSU 124 of 262 among the best national... See full description.
Columbia University located in Manhattan, New York, United States was founded in 1754. CU has global hubs in Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Paris, Mumbai, Santiago and Nairobi. The institution runs twenty academic units and is in partnership with several institutions such as Teachers College, Barnard College, Union Theological Seminary, Jewish Theological Seminary of America and Juilliard School. Columbia being an Ivy League university holds pride in administering the Pulitzer Prize every year and has produced the highest number of Nobel Prize winners than any other academic establishment in... See full description.
Common Ground is an organization, specializing in customized academic and professional programs for exchanges between Cuba and the USA. Common Ground has more than 30 years experience in the provision of such programs, for which reason it has created long lasting relationships with a great deal of institutions in Cuba. The organization arranges classes, seminars and information sessions for students, professionals and religious groups. Trips offered by Common Ground include History, Culture and Society, Dance Cuba, Organic Farming, Graphic Arts and Printmaking, Social Work, History of... See full description.
The college was established in 1964, and being the largest community college in New England it now offers more than 90 degree and certificate programs. The school grants the Associate in Arts (A.A.), the Associate in Science (A.S.), the Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.), the Associate in Applied Science in Technical Studies (A.A.S.-T.S.) and the Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) degrees. It strives to offer recent high school graduates as well as adult learners the opportunity to grow personally and intellectually through the access to higher education. Additionally, the school’s... See full description.
Concordia Language Villages is US pioneer in the provision of language education. Created in 1961, the organization consider themselves a leader in the field of cultural and language education for young people. Concordia has created instructional courses for fifteen languages as well as a wide array of year-round programs. These are designed for learners of all ages, including youth, families, adults, and educators. Some of the options offered are Summer Villages, Pre-Kindergarten for young children; Family Weeks or Weekends for families; Cultural Workshops and Professional Development... See full description.
Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) was established in 1881 with its campus structured on 200 acres of beautiful Lake Michigan. CUW currently has more than 7000 students enrolled in all of its programs hailing from 30 countries worldwide. CUW has a 12:1 teacher student ratio and classes averaging 17 students. CUW encompasses five departments: Business School & Law Studies, Humanities, Arts & Science and Adult Education & Continuing Learning. CUW offers 60 undergraduate programs, 14 graduate programs and PhD degrees in Pharmacy, Physical Therapy and Nursing Practice. CUW is endorsed by... See full description.
The establishment of Cornell University took place in 1865 on East Hill, Ithaca, New York. The university structure has seven undergraduate colleges, seven graduate departments and two remote campuses; one in New York City and one in Education City, Qatar (First American Medical offshore school). The number of enrolled students at Cornell is over 20,000 from 120 countries worldwide. Cornell has an acceptance rate of only 15%. Cornell is the first institute to offer degree in Veterinary Medicine, PhD in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Engineering. Furthermore, Cornell holds credit... See full description.
County College of Morris (CCM) is situated in Randolph, New Jersey. It started its operations as a public community college in 1966. CCM also has an academic hub in Morristown, New Jersey. CCM provides degrees in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, engineering, technology and healthcare and certificate programs. As a community college in New Jersey, CCM has the highest graduation rate among many others. Furthermore, the college offers other adult services like a healthy summer specialty program for middle and high school students. The summer program entails rocketry, astronomy,... See full description.
Dartmouth College, located in Hanover, New Hampshire, United States was founded in 1769. DC operates a Liberal Arts College, a School of Medicine, a School of Engineering and the School of Business. The Liberal arts College DC also offers a 4-year bachelor of engineering program. DC encompasses 39 academic units contributing more than 50 academic programs with full autonomy to select major and minors & dual majors. Last year DC gained 11th position among undergraduate programs offered at National Universities according to US News & World Report. The institution has a financial aid policy... See full description.
Located in Lehigh County, Pennsylvania, United States, DeSales University started its operations in 1965 as a private Catholic educational venture. DU provides education according to the guidelines of Christian humanism formulated by Saint Francis de Sales. DU focuses on providing knowledge, related to personal, domestic and communal livelihood. Apart from studies, DU has more than 15 athletic teams, which take part in NCAA Divisions in games such as baseball, basketball, soccer, tennis, golf and track events. Also, the Salesian Centre, a subsidiary of DU acts as a research & development... See full description.
Dowling College came into existence in 1955 at Long Island, New York, United States as a private centre for Liberal Arts studies. DC has three campuses located in: Oakdale, New York (Main campus), Brookhaven Campus (Shirley New York) and Melville Centre (Melville, New York). DC is divided into four academic schools: School of Education, School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business and School of Aviation. In 2010 DC secured regional championships with Men’s Soccer, Men’s Lacrosse and Women’s Volleyball team. DC is endorsed by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools,... See full description.
DU was founded in 1867 at Madison, New Jersey, United States as an undergraduate institute specializing in Liberal Arts Studies. DU has three academic units: College of Liberal Arts, Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and Theological School. Apart from traditional studies programs, DU offers unique programs such as a New York Semester on Contemporary Art, Drew Summer Science Institute, Semester on Wall Street, Semester on the United Nations and a London Semester. DU has its own online radio station known as WMNJ. Moeover, DU holds credit for “The Acorn” & “Insanity’s Horse” -... See full description.
Drexel University started its operations in 1891 as a research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. DU comprises of four academic units and nine different colleges. DU offers more than 150 undergraduate, masters, doctoral, part-time & accelerated programs. DU is famous for its Cooperative Education Program, which is considered to be one of the best programs in the whole of United States. DU has good relationships with many Fortune 500 companies, for example Goldman Sachs, Microsoft and Procter & Gamble. The Times Higher Education World University Rankings ranked DU in... See full description.
East Carolina University came into existence in 1907 as a public research university at Greenville, North Carolina, United States. ECU offers more than 200 programs, catering bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral and certificate students. ECU comprises of 9 undergraduate academic units, a graduate school and 4 professional schools. ECU academic centres sit on a 1600 acre entailing: Main campus, Health science campus, West research facility, Field station for coastal studies and Studio art campus in Italy. The university is famous for its programs in education, nursing, business and medicine.... See full description.
East Central College, situated in Union, Missouri, United States was established in 1968 as a community college with five campuses in central Missouri. ECC offers its students to pursue two years of coursework and then move forward to a bachelor’s degree program by transferring to a four year school. More than 20 vocational programs are offered at ECC, including Associate of Applied Science and other certificate options for students willing to enter the workforce immediately. The four transferrable degrees are: The Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Fine Arts and... See full description.
Eastern Arizona College started its operations in 1888 at Graham County, Arizona as a local community college. EAC has other campuses in Gila County and Greenlee County. EAC is governed by the state of Arizona. EAC has nine academic units: Business, Communicative Arts, Fine Arts, Health, Industrial Technology, Liberal Studies, Mathematics, Science and Social Science. EAC offers five different locations for accommodations within the campus which includes the houses: Mark Allen, Wesley Taylor, Nellie Lee and two Residence Towers. EAC is a member of the Higher Learning Commission’s... See full description.
Eastern Connecticut State University was founded in 1889 as a liberal arts University at Willimantic, Connecticut, United States. ECSU also has satellite campuses in Groton, Manchester Community College, Capital Community College and Mohegan Sun (Uncasville). ECSU offers more than 30 undergraduate and 50 undergraduate minor programs. The school operates three major academic units: School of Arts and Science, School of Education and School of Professional Studies. ECSU also offers master programs majoring in Education and Organizational Management. Currently ECSU is ranked among the top 30... See full description.
Eastern New Mexico University started its operations in 1934 at Roosevelt County, New Mexico, United States. The main campus of ENMU is located in Portales, while the other two branches are positioned at Ruidoso and Roswell. NMU has a total of 4 colleges: College of Business, College of Education & Technology, College of Fine Arts & College of Liberal Arts & Science and a graduate school. EMU has one of the lowest tuition expenses among 81 other public schools in the Southwest region. EMU is fully recognized by the Higher Learning Commission and is in alliance with the North Central... See full description.
Eastern University came into existence in 1925 as a private educational institute at St. Davids, Pennsylvania, United States. EU has 3 other branches: Falls Centre, Esperanza and Palmer Theological Seminary (Wynnewood, Pennsylvania). EU has 6 academic units: Palmer Theological Seminary, Campolo College of Graguate and professional studies, Templeton Honors College, College of Arts and Sciences and Esperanza College. EU also sponsors a preparatory school under the name of Eastern University Academy Charter School. EU is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education,... See full description.
Ellsworth Community College is a two-year community college, based in Iowa Falls, Iowa. The institution was established in 1890 as a private business academy. Later on, it turned into a four-year college, a music conservatory, and a public junior college. The institution provides three different degree programs: the Arts and Science Degrees are two-year programs, aimed at students, who are planning to enter the professional workforce, but do not wish to earn a degree from a four-year college; Career and Technical Degrees & Diplomas offer hands-on training in a great range of vocational... See full description.
Emmanuel College (EC) is a Roman Catholic liberal arts college, based in Boston, Massachusetts. The institution was formed in 1919, as a women's college by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. It became coeducational in 2001 and is a member of the Colleges of the Fenway consortium. Emmanuel has made available over 40 majors, minors and concentrations in the liberal arts and sciences at the undergraduate level. What is specific about the institution that the strict classroom instruction is combined with experiential learning opportunities, such as cooperative education, student research,... See full description.
The English Language Institute is part of Jacksonville State University, which is a public institution of higher education, accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The ELI is a specialized center, founded to help non-native English speakers achieve their academic and professional goals. Classes organized by the English Language Institute are specifically designed for those, who wish to continue their education in a college or university in the USA. At the same time, people who are looking for a short-term study experience with the purpose of improving their... See full description.
Fairfield University is a Jesuit institution that trains people on leadership and service. The school was formed in 1942 and is located in Connecticut, USA, close to New England. The academic aspect of Fiarfield University is divided into six subdivisions: the College of Arts and Sciences, the Charles F. Dolan School of Business, the School of Engineering, the Graduate school of Education and Allied professions as well as Continuing Studies. They also offer scholarship opportunities provided conditions for qualifications are met. The university specializes in sports, too, and makes sure... See full description.
Ferris State University was founded in the year 1884 by Woodbridge N. Ferris. The university is located in Michigan, USA. They offer several courses and programs including doctorate, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees. Some of the faculties and colleges at the University include Allied Health Sciences, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Human Services, Pharmacy, Pptometry, Engineering etc. With several campuses all around Michigan, Ferris State University offers a state-wide flexibility in location and enrollment. The University has made available prepaid meal and... See full description.
Florida Atlantic University (FAU) was officially opened on October 1964 by the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, in South Florida. With a recently accredited Medical school, FAU has been growing rapidly & progressively ever since its foundation. With over 29,000 students, 170+ degree programs and a couple of colleges some of which include the College of Business, the College of Medicine (New), the College of Nursing, the College of Education etc., and also participating in a number of researches and scientific programs, Florida Atlantic University is proud of... See full description.
Florida State University is located in Florida, USA. The school offers top undergraduate, postgraduate and professional programs in the fields of physics, chemistry, psychology, sociology, political science, criminology and many more. They also have professional schools such as the College of Medicine and College of Law. Furthermore, the University houses the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory. Graduate programs offered here include master’s, doctoral, specialist and advanced master’s and professional degree programs. They offer financial aids and scholarship programs to... See full description.
Fordham University is an institution of higher education, following the ‘Jesuit tradition’, located in New York, USA. It is composed of four undergraduate colleges and six professional schools that strictly follow and abide by the Roman Catholic Church’s tradition. Graduate and professional schools consist of the School of Art and Sciences, School Of Business Administration, School of Law and others. Financial aids such as loans are granted to students having monetary problems and scholarship awards are presented to outstanding students. Fordham University strives to provide a very... See full description.
Georgetown University is an institution offering university education to all, established in 1789, in Washington DC, USA. The University is the oldest Catholic and Jesuit University in the US and one of the world’s bests, strictly following the Jesuits’ system in their method of education (the Jesuits are members of the Society of Jesus). The school aims at producing top class graduates that are morally and academically sound and capable of handling situations successfully in every aspect of life. The school is also notable for its active participation in athletics and is fully... See full description.
Georgia Tech, as most commonly called, is a public research university, based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. It was established in 1885, and to this date has developed satellite campuses in Savannah, Georgia; Metz, France; Athlone, Ireland; Shanghai, China; as well as Singapore. The institution is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), while all programs offered are technologically-based ones. The undergraduate and graduate degrees provided at Georgia Tech are made available through the Colleges of Architecture, Computing, Engineering, Management, Sciences, and... See full description.
Golden State University is a private and online higher educational institution registered in the Federation of Belize, Central America. The institution’s primary goal is to educate adult professionals capable of independent self-study in a distance learning method of education with several off-campus options. The institution collaborates with organizations such as the International Center for Scientific Research and the United States Distance Learning Association to ensure an excellent learning process. The school also allows credit transfer which is rather considered as a big... See full description.
Grand Canyon University is a private, Christian university, established in 1949 as a non-profit liberal arts college. The school is located in Phoenix, Arizona, and is regionally accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. It offers online and campus-based higher education services, focused on graduate and undergraduate degree programs in education, liberal arts, business, and healthcare. These are taught through the six colleges: the Ken Blanchard College of Business, College of Education, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, College of Doctoral Studies and... See full description.
Grand River Academy is a specialized high school in Ohio, USA. Established in 1831 by a group of prominent leaders from the Austinburg Congregational Church, the school was originally intended to prepare young men for ministerial vocations. Currently it is a non-military, nonsectarian, boys boarding school. Grand River Academy has made available a college preparatory program for boys, whose needs have not being met by a traditional high school. The academy prides itself on its unique academic structure, its great sense of community, small classes, individualized attention and supervised... See full description.
Green Mountain College was founded in 1834 by the Troy conference of the United Methodist Church with an objective of teaching students effectively and making them successful, intelligent, responsible and spiritual individuals. The college offers over 40 majors and minors, masters programs and Special Programs (e.g. Honors program) most of which are basically centered on liberal arts. With over 700 students living and learning on campus, the school claims to be a very good choice for undergraduate and postgraduate study. There are various advanced facilities and learning equipment such as... See full description.
Grove City College, created in 1876 is a leading college in America. The teaching method is centered majorly on Christian life and on improving students’ academic and moral life. The college is one of the most popular liberal arts colleges, and contains advanced infrastructural facilities and teaching equipment plus internet access everywhere in the campus building. Classrooms are highly furnished with DVDs and TVs and some of them have laptops in them. Some of the areas Grove City College focuses on involve BA and BS degrees in accounting, religious and biblical studies, psychology,... See full description.
Harvard University is undoubtedly one of the best universities in the USA and globally. Apart from the university’s ‘big name’, the school is the oldest higher institution in USA founded in 1636. Harvard University is proud of an enrollment of over 20,000 students studying several courses from over 100 departments. The school conducts countless research programs with its location in Cambridge and Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University has over 350,000 alumni worldwide. Students are provided with unlimited number of extracurricular activities in every aspect imaginable with the... See full description.
Heston College is a small two-year college affiliated with the Mennonite Church in the USA. The college educates and nurtures each student within Christ-centered community. Hesston College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, and authorized by the State of Kansas to grant two-year degrees.
Hofstra University is a private institution of higher learning established in 1935. It is located in the Village of Hempstead, which is about 40km away from New York. The school offers about 140 undergraduate and 150 graduate programs in the fields of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business Communication, Health and Human Services, Education, and Honors Studies. Furthermore, there is a School of Law and a School of Medicine. The institution is proud with the small classes that ensure individual attention to each student. The university holds 22 academic and 24 total accreditations, while... See full description.
Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a commission of the North Central Association, Hope College is a four-year college that is ranked among the top 25 US liberal arts colleges because of the quality of its teaching. It offers more than 80 majors in liberal arts and pre-professional areas.
Husson University, also known as Husson College, is a private university, based in Bangor, Maine, USA . It offers undergraduate and graduate degrees though its two colleges and three independent schools: The College of Business, The College of Health and Education, The School of Pharmacy, The School of Graduate Studies, and the School of Science and Humanities. A fourth school, the New England School of Communications was also acquired by Husson in 1997. The institution stresses on preparing students with a broad education and marketable skills. Husson educate about 2,500 students and... See full description.
The University of Illinois prides itself to be a world leader in research, teaching, and public engagement. The school also emphasizes on the variety of programs it offers and its internationally renowned faculty. It operates campuses in Urbana-Champaign, Chicago, and Springfield, enrolling about 70,000 students. The campus at Urbana-Champaign is known as "Illinois", "U of I", or “UIUC”, whereas the Chicago campus is known as “UIC” and the Springfield campus as "UIS".
The University of Illinois was founded in 1867 with the Urbana-Champaign campus, and was chartered as the... See full description.
Ithaca College is a private institution founded in 1892 as a music conservatory. It is located in the South Hill of Ithaca, New York, but is known internationally for its communications program, provided by the Roy H. Park School of Communications. Four other schools offer more than 100 degree programs: School of Business; School of Health Sciences and Human Performance; School of Humanities and Sciences; and School of Music. The college’s main focus is on liberal arts, but a couple of pre-professional programs are available as well as graduate ones. It is known to be a center of a... See full description.