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  • Kansas State University

    Kansas State University is a public, land-grant university founded in 1966. Kansas State has campuses in the cities of Manhattan, Olathe and Salina, Kansas. The main campus encompasses 664 acres in the northeast Kansas city of Manhattan. The university serves…

  • Saint Joseph’s University

    Saint Joseph’s University is a private Roman Catholic university founded in 1851 by the all-male Jesuit order known as the Society of Jesus, whose origins date back to the 1500’s. Originally known as Saint Joseph’s College it became Saint Joseph’s…

  • Saint Joseph’s College of Maine

    Founded in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy, St. Joseph's College of Main is a Catholic college located along Lake Sebago in Standish, Maine. The college has a Graduate and Professional Studies Division, which offers online programs through which approximately…

  • Saint Francis University

    In 1847, the Franciscan Friars of the Third Order Regular -- who adhere to the teachings of St. Francis of Assisi -- founded Saint Francis University in the Philadelphia borough of Loretto. Classified as a private four-year Catholic liberal arts…

  • Sacred Heart University

    Recognizing the need to provide the town of Fairfield in Connecticut with quality education that is affordable, Walter W. Curtis, the Bishop of the Diocese of Bridgeport, established Sacred Heart University in 1963. A Roman Catholic university with a suburban…

  • Quinnipiac University Online

    Located in Connecticut, Quinnipiac University was founded in 1929 by politician and business professor Samuel W. Tator. The founding of the university was in response to Northeastern University’s abandonment of its program at New Haven due to the debilitating effects…

  • Purdue University

    Purdue University is a public institution located in West Lafayette, Indiana. The school was founded in 1869 under a land-grant act, a program that allowed states to sell public land in order to raise funds for the development of agriculture…

  • Ottawa University

    Founded in 1865 in Ottowa, Kansas, Ottawa University proudly serves over 7,000 students at its facilities and in its online programs. With campuses in Kansas, Arizona, Indiana, Wisconsin, and online, the university prides itself on being student-focused, value-priced, and technology…

  • Ohio Christian University

    Ohio Christian University, or OCU, traces its origins to 1948, when the Churches of Christ in Christian Union (CCCU) needed to train ministers. Consequently, a bible college called Mount of Praise Bible College -- named after the campground where the…

  • New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT)

    Based in Newark, NJ, the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) was founded in 1881 to address the state’s urgent need for a technical school. First known as Newark Technical School, NJIT eventually became a full-fledged public research university. Its…

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