Palomar College

OVERVIEW Palomar College is a two-year public community college. With a total undergraduates of 27,447, most applicants are to be accepted. Founded in 1946, it is located in San Diego County, California, United States. It has a main campus which is located in San Marcos as well as six education sites that are located elsewhere […]

Palm Beach State College

OVERVIEW As Florida’s first public community college, Palm Beach State College intends to meet the educational needs of Palm Beach County. With an acceptance rate of 100%, it enrolls more than 51,000 students in over 100 programs of study. Founded in 1933, the college is located in Lake Worth, Florida, United States. Besides, it also […]

Oregon State University

OVERVIEW Oregon State University is a coeducational, public research university. It is a land-gran, sea-grant, space-grant and sun-grant institution, the only public university to own the four designations. With an undergraduate enrollment of 19,559, the university receives more funding for research, which is more than all other public higher education institutions in Oregon combined. Founded […]

Ohio University

OVERVIEW Ohio University is a public research university. As the state’s first university, it is also the ninth oldest public university in the United States. With an undergraduate enrollment of 20,994, it produces many students winning a number of prestigious national academic honors. Founded in 1804, the university is located in Athens, Ohio, United States. […]

Ohio State University

OVERVIEW The Ohio State University is a public research university, originally known as the Ohio Agricultural and Mechanical College. It is considered to be one of America’s Public Ivy universities. With an acceptance rate of 52% in 2009 freshman class, the university has a more selective standard for enrollment. Founded in 1870, the university is […]

Northeastern University

OVERVIEW Northeastern University is a private, secular, coeducational research university, with more than 35 specialized research and education centers. In 2012, 44,189 applications coming from the world compete for the 2,800 seats of the fall freshman class, which set another record high among all private universities in the United States. Founded in 1898, the university […]

Montclair State University

OVERVIEW Montclair State University is a public research university. As New Jersey’s second largest school, it is also the state’s fastest growing school, continuning to expand its campus area. Till October 2011, there were 18,498 students. The university’s acceptance rate is around 50% for freshmen, and even more selective when dealing with transfer applicants. Founded […]

Michigan State University

OVERVIEW Michigan State University is a is a public research university, and it was the first land-grant institution when established. Considered to be one of America’s Public Ivy universities, now it is the ninth-largest university in the United States. With 47,800 students and 2,954 faculty members, the university is strict with students admissions. Founded in […]

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

OVERVIEW Massachusetts Institute of Technology is a private research university, with a strong focus on scientific and technological education and research. For the 2011–2012 school year, it enrolled 4,384 undergraduates and 6,510 graduate students, with an acceptance rate of 9.7%. Founded in 1861, the university is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States. Its campus spans […]

Kaplan University

OVERVIEW Kaplan University is owned by Kaplan, Inc., a subsidiary of the Washington Post Company, which owns and operates for-profit colleges. It has more than 66,000 online and on-campus students each year, with 3,600 instructors, professors and administrators. Founded in 1937, the university is located in Davenport, Iowa, United States. In Iowa, Nebraska and Maryland […]

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