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Albright, founded in 1856, is a church-affiliated, liberal arts college. Its 110-acre campus is located at the edge of a residential section of Reading, 45 miles from Philadelphia.
New Paltz, New York
SUNY New Paltz, founded in 1828, is a public, multipurpose institution of arts and sciences. In a world made small by technology, it serves as a model for other institutions. Through curriculum and cultural experiences, the college reaches out to bridge the gaps that separate the world community and to serve the growing number of students seeking study and career opportunities in the international field. The catalog lists more than 100 courses with an international focus, and the range of faculty expertise is impressive. In addition to a resident faculty drawn from many nations, a visiting faculty from such countries as China, Hungary, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Japan, France, Italy and Korea provides unique perspectives to a student's education. Its 216-acre campus is located in New Paltz, 75 miles from Albany.
Illinois College, founded in 1829, is a church-affiliated institution. Its 62-acre campus is located in Jacksonville, 35 miles west of Springfield.
New Albany, Indiana
St. Paul, Minnesota
Hamline, founded in 1854, is a church-affiliated university. Its 50-acre campus is located in the Midway section of St. Paul.
Jefferson City, Missouri
Lincoln, founded in 1866, is a public university. Its 155-acre campus is located in Jefferson City, midway between St. Louis and Kansas City.
Illinois Institute of Technology, founded in 1940, is a private institution. ITT is known for its outstanding programs in engineering and architecture with project-based team learning. Small classes with accessible world-class faculty are a distinguishing feature of the ITT experience. A large merit-based scholarship program makes ITT affordable. Its 128-acre campus is located three miles south of Chicago's Loop. The campus plan and many of its buildings were designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.
Edgewood, founded in 1927, is a church-affiliated college. Its 55-acre campus is located in a residential area of Madison.
St. Louis, Missouri
Harris-Stowe, founded in 1857, is a public college for educational studies. Its 22-acre, urban campus is located in St. Louis.