The University of Pennsylvania is everything you expect and then some! The concept for the University dates to 1740, but the doors didn’t open until 1751, under the leadership of Benjamin Franklin. The University City campus located in West Philadelphia comprises 302 acres and over 200 buildings (including ivy covered ones). The University is made […]
Haverford is truly a college by the student and for the student. Built on the Quaker philosophies of tolerance and the importance of the individual experience, there is an emphasis at Haverford on the student voice. The Honor Code, a distinguishing factor of Haverford, is a document created by the students for the Haverford community, […]
If you have a career path in mind, or at least a general idea, then Drexel may be the school for you. An undergraduate at Drexel can choose between 13 different schools and colleges, and over 80 full time majors (or create a major). One of the big draws at Drexel is the Co-op Program. […]
The University of Vermont is at the top of a hill coming up from Lake Champlain. It is a large property with 4 campuses. There are about 10,000 undergraduates and 2,000 graduate students. The university is made up of 7 undergraduate colleges, an Honors College, a Graduate College (offering 50 masters programs and 24 PhD […]
Boston University is a school of over 33,000 undergraduate and graduate students. The main campus runs along Commonwealth Avenue in Boston and has great views of the Charles River. While Hayley and I were in town for the IECA Annual Conference, we got to attend an information session at BU. Since it was the middle […]
Located an hour south of Portland in the college town of Eugene, the University of Oregon is a beautiful state school. With BLANK undergraduate students and BLANK graduate students, Oragon awesome.