Cornell University

Cornell University

  • Ithaca, NY

Cornell University is a private research university located in Ithaca, New York.
Its most distinctive part, Cornell Johnson is the graduate business school of Cornell University, also known as Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management.

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Dartmouth University

  • Hanover, NH
  • 84.25

Dartmouth is the 9th oldest university in the United States founded in 1769 by Eleazar Wheelock, who was a Congregational minister from Connecticut.

University Of Southern California

University of Southern California

  • Los Angeles, CA
  • 81.75

There is no place to study quite like the University of Southern California. Located in sunny southern Los Angeles, the school is known for producing top-tier talent while providing a fun, thought-provoking academic environment. Here is a review of everyth

Yale University

Yale University

  • New Haven, CT
  • 95

One of the Unites State’s most historic and respected learning institutions, and the first institution in the country to award a Ph.D., Yale University has a small college feel while featuring prestigious research, graduate and post-graduate programs. Amon

University Of Virginia

University of Virginia

  • Charlottesville, Virginia

Founded in 1819 by one of the fathers of the American Revolution, Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia (UVA) was established amid the creative tumult surrounding the birth of the United States.

University Of Texas

University of Texas, Austin

  • Auxtin, TX

One of the top 15 universities in the country and boasting 156 undergraduate degree programs, The University of Texas-Austin offers a lot of bang for your academic buck. The university’s main campus is found in iconic Austin, Texas – a city known for being

Wharton Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania

  • Philadelphia, PA

The University of Pennsylvania was founded by one of America’s Founding Fathers in Benjamin Franklin.

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University of Michigan

  • Ann Harbor, Michigan

The University of Michigan was founded in 1817 with the official name of “Catholepistemiad of Detroit,” and located in the Northwest Territory was the first university there.

University Of Chicago

University of Chicago

  • Chicago, Illinois

The University of Chicago was founded in 1890 as a coed college by the American Baptist Education Society, who donated $400,000 to go with a donation of $600,000 buy oil magnate John D. Rockefeller.

UCLA Anderson

University of California – Los Angeles

  • Los Angeles

The University of California - Los Angeles, which is referred to simply as UCLA, is a research university that can trace its roots back to as far as 1881 even though it was not founded until 1919.

Berkeley University

University of California – Berkeley

  • Berkeley, California

The University of California – Berkeley, which is simply referred to as Cal as well as UC Berkeley, Berkeley, or California, was founded in 1868 and located in northern California.

Northwestern University

Northwestern University

  • Evanston

In 1850 there was a meeting between nine prominent businessmen from Chicago where they came up with the idea to create a university that would serve the Northwest Territory.