About Public land-grant research university located in Las Cruces, New Mexico. In 2017, the university was home to nearly 25,000 students ranging from undergrad levels to doctoral candidates. Apart from the main campus there are also four satellite branches across the state. Trivia The university is home to the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine at New Mexico State […]
About Liberal arts university in North Carolina that was founded by the United Church of Christ. The school enrolls around 7,000 students annually. Trivia A fire destroyed much of the campus including the church and school records in 1923.
About Private liberal arts college in Carlisle, Pennsylvania that was the first college founded after the formation of the United States. It was founded by Benjamin Rush in honor of John Dickinson. Trivia The school’s motto Pietate et doctrina tuta libertas is Latin for “Freedom is made safe through character and learning.”
About Evangelical Christian University which has most of it’s students learn virtually online. The university maintains an honor code which the schools refers to as the Liberty Way. Trivia In 2014 the school built a library which was named after Reverend Jerry Falwell. In 2019 the school’s basketball program won a game in the NCAA tournament […]
About Formerly known as the University of Omaha, the public university enrolls around 15,000 students yearly and is the primary metropolitan university in the state of Nebraska. Trivia The university’s six colleges are spread across two campuses known as the Dodge Campus and the Scott Campus.
About Military academy for officer cadets of the US Air Force which is the youngest of the five U.S. service academies. Graduates earn a Bachelor of Science degree and are commissioned as second lieutenants. Trivia The program is guided by the Air Force’s core values and based on four pillars of excellence: military training, academics, athletics […]
About Originally founded in 1951 as a college of the University of New South Wales, the school was ranked in 2015 by Times Higher Education as number 2 in Australia and number 30 in the world for universities under 50 years of age. Trivia The Medical School implemented the problem-based learning system which was later mandated for use by […]
About Private educational institution located in Hamden, Connecticut. The university offers a variety of degrees through its College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business, School of Engineering, School of Communication, School of Health Sciences, School of Law, School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and School of Education. Trivia The institution was founded by business professor and […]
About A for-profit college that enrolls around 45,000 students each year. The university is a division of DeVry Education Group, which is based in Downers Grove, Illinois. Trivia The school was first founded as DeForest Training School in Chicago, Illinois. The school has over 50 locations spread across 18 different states in the U.S.
About Founded as a manual labor institute for men wishing to become ministers by Virginia Baptists, the school became a private, nonsectarian, liberal arts college. Trivia In 1992, the school hosted candidates George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and Ross Perot for the first-ever “town hall” televised presidential debate.