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Six reasons why a small university may be right for you

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Are you looking for a university where you can feel like an individual, not a number? Want to challenge yourself academically, and get stuck in to the social side of things too? A smaller university could be ideal – here are six reasons why.

St. George's University

The University of Scranton

  • Undergraduate Views “Service a Part of My Education”

    During her freshman year, Michelle Dougherty ’14 approached Pat Vaccaro, director of the University’s Center for Service and Social Justice, with a simple request. Her inquiry, it turned out, overlapped neatly with the University’s mission of preparing its students to be “men and women for others.”

Texas Tech University

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Metropolitan State University of Denver

University of North Texas

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University of Dayton

  • An Extraordinary Time

    The University of Dayton has nearly doubled its campus size with major land purchases since 2005.

Vanderbilt University

  • Popular course mobilizes students

    In recent weeks, things have changed for the better in the Edgehill community, a neighborhood located a few blocks from the Vanderbilt campus. Healthy food is now more readily available to Edgehill’s low-income residents, thanks to an innovative “mobile grocery store” developed by second-year medical student Ravi Patel and initially inspired by his experience in an undergraduate Human and Organizational Development class.

The University of Hong Kong

  • A Fine Art Lesson

    European depictions of China in 18th and 19th century books may seem an esoteric source of real-life experiences, but for eight Fine Arts students they represented an uncommon opportunity to gain new skills and insights.

Higher Colleges of Technology