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Appalachian State University

Details: Academics. Located in Boone, North Carolina, a town of about 18,000, Appalachian State University provides “a great education in the heart of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains,” offering “a strong sense of community and a challenging academic environment” grounded in “a broad liberal arts education.”

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California Institute of the Arts

Details: Others lack “a true depth of knowledge.”. Facilities can be hit or miss; some students describe “incredible” theater spaces while others finding plenty of room for “improvement.”. Also, “Class registration is a little prehistoric” and the administration has a tendency of “making each task more complicated than it should be.”.

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University of Lynchburg

Details: Academics. Beneath the Blue Ridge mountains in Lynchburg, Virginia, the University of Lynchburg students experience an “academic environment [that] is the perfect level of challenge and excitement.”

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University of New England

Details: The University of New England is a private, top-ranked university offering flagship programs in the health and life sciences, as well as degrees in business, education, the social sciences and the liberal arts. UNE's three beautiful campuses in Biddeford and Portland, Maine, and Tangier, Morocco, are home to an active and close-knit student

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School of Visual Arts

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University of California--San Diego

Details: The typical student at UC San Diego “is a little nerdy and studies a lot.” “Doing well academically at UC San Diego is an extreme priority, even to students who are not good students. Most of the students are geared toward extended education or professional school.”. However, “there are plenty of students who balance academics with

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East Tennessee State University

Details: Student life at ETSU is "laid back": "The campus itself is beautiful," so when the weather is nice it is "common to see students hula hooping, playing guitar, or reading in their ENO [hammock]." Students take advantage of the "gorgeous library" or study "under the ginkgo tree." "Every Thursday beginning in the spring our local Farmer's Market

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Milwaukee School of Engineering

Details: Milwaukee School of Engineering students find that their "peers are easy to talk to because everyone seems to have a common interest." Because the school mainly caters to engineering, nursing, and business, "you really only see three types of students," and most are "generally friendly and accepting." "The same kids who love sci fi, video games

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University of Central Florida

Details: The University of Central Florida is a massive institution that yields over 68,000 students. Yet, despite its overwhelming population, UCF “strives to make everyone feel welcome.”. And undergrads stress that you’ll “never [feel] completely anonymous.”. Moreover, the university’s size means that it’s able to …

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University of Virginia

Details: The school’s greatest strengths, according to one senior, “include its location in Charlottesville, the wide variety of courses and their high level of academic rigor, and the many ways to work or volunteer outside the classroom.” “Each class caters to the smartest kids and elevates everyone.”. On the whole, students are very happy

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Pepperdine University

Details: Academics. Pepperdine University is a Christian liberal arts school situated in picturesque Malibu, California. Many students say the “professors are the greatest strength of Pepperdine,” citing “mentorship [and] research collaboration” opportunities thanks to the small classes.

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Catholic University of America

Details: Catholic University students are “largely white and Catholic” and are often “socially conservative,” though there is “a small minority of liberal millennials.”. While some point to a lack of diversity, others argue that Catholic has “a good number of minority students for …

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University of New Mexico

Details: Even with a dry campus, “a lot of people drink, just like at any college.”. Students often leave campus for Albuquerque and its “excellent nightlife.”. UNM students also mention attending concerts and art shows for fun. Students also go to the weekly free movies at The Cellar, and to stay active, students frequent the Johnson Gym.

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University of Washington

Details: Tuition, Room, Board and Fees. The UW is proud to be a globally ranked university with a budget-minded price tag. For Washington residents, estimated tuition for 2020–21 is $11,745. Additional expenses, such as room and board, books and supplies, bring the annual total cost of attendance to approximately $29,319.

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College of Charleston

Details: The middle 50 percent of freshmen accepted: scored between 1100 and 1250 (in-state), and 1120 and 1280 (out-of-state) on the SAT. scored between 21 and 27 (in-state), and 24 and 29 (out-of-state) on the ACT. had consistent academic achievement in the A/B range. You can apply on our website or through the Common App.

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Northeastern University

Details: Northeastern's academic programs are divided among seven colleges and one program. The College of Arts, Media and Design awards undergraduate degrees in architecture, art, media arts and design, communication studies, game design, journalism; media and screen studies, music/music industry, music composition and technology, studio art, and theater (including concentrations in performance and

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St. John's College (MD)

Details: 57%. Return on Investment (ROI) rating. 92/99. Students Say. Simply by getting everyone to talk to one another in their seminars, the Program “allows the community the freedom and opportunity to shape St. John’s into what they want and need it to be,” and even if …

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The University of the South

Details: The University of the South attracts “mostly white, wealthy, Southern students” who are “unique, fun, well-rounded, down-to-earth” and friendly. So, racially, “the campus isn’t diverse, but it is growing.”. And the school itself has a mostly liberal student body and faculty, and …

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George Mason University

Details: The average reported annual net price for George Mason University for students receiving grants or scholarship aid was $18,629 in 2017/2018. Truly embodying an enriched diverse community and culture, Mason continuous rises to the top of the charts as one of the most diverse schools in the nation.

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Arkansas State University

Details: Founded in 1909, Arkansas State University is a Carnegie Research 2 institution and the second-largest university in the state. It hosts the first osteopathic medical school in Arkansas, NYIT's College of Osteopathic Medicine, opened the first U.S.-style residential campus in Mexico in fall 2017, and is studying the creation of the first college of veterinary medicine in the state.

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University of New Hampshire

Details: The benefits of going to a large, well-established state school, such as the University of New Hampshire, are exactly what one expects—its low in-state tuition, firmly established reputation, and place in the system allow it to offer “many resources to help students out in life.”. Located in tiny, beautiful Durham, the school

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