AIA College Guide

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The one thing that our college guide has in common with the better-known one put out by U. S. News & World Report is that many of the same schools appear on both. The difference is, colleges and universities can’t usually use our stories on them in their public relations packages.

Nevertheless, that’s a large reason why we cover the schools we cover, namely, to give you information on them that you are not likely to get anywhere else. Perhaps you may agree if you peruse the list of colleges and universities which we have covered this year and click on your school of interest:

  1. Adelphi University
  2. American University
  3. Appalachian State University
  4. Bard College
  5. Berkeley
  6. Boston College
  7. Boston University
  8. Brooklyn College
  9. Brown University
  10. California State University-Northridge
  11. Catholic University
  12. City University of New York
  13. Colgate University
  14. College of St. Benedict
  15. College of Mount Saint Vincent
  16. Colorado State University
  17. Columbia University
  18. Davidson College
  19. Duke University
  20. George Mason University
  21. George Washington University
  22. Georgetown University
  23. Georgetown Law
  24. Hamilton College
  25. Harrisburg University of Science and Technology
  26. Harvard University
  27. Indiana University-Bloomington
  28. Jersey City University
  29. John Jay Criminal College
  30. Kennesaw State University
  31. King’s College
  32. Lafayette College
  33. La Salle University
  34. Lehman College (CUNY)
  35. Manhattan College
  36. Marietta College
  37. Marquette University
  38. Miami University of Ohio
  39. Michigan State University
  40. Montgomery College
  41. New York University
  42. North Carolina State University
  43. Northern Virginia Community College
  44. Northwestern University
  45. Notre Dame University
  46. Ohio State University
  47. Ohio University
  48. Oklahoma State University
  49. Penn State University
  50. Princeton University
  51. Roosevelt University
  52. St. John’s College (Annapolis)
  53. St. Leo University
  54. St. Xavier University
  55. Stanford University
  56. Texas A & M University
  57. Thomas Aquinas College
  58. Towson State University
  59. Tufts University
  60. University of Alabama
  61. University of Alaska-Anchorage
  62. University of Arkansas
  63. University of California-Los Angeles
  64. University of California-Merced
  65. University of California-Riverside
  66. University of California-Santa Barbara
  67. University of California-San Diego
  68. University of Chicago
  69. University of Colorado-Boulder
  70. University of Connecticut-Storrs
  71. University of Detroit-Mercy
  72. University of Florida
  73. University of Georgia
  74. University of Hawaii
  75. University of Illinois-Chicago
  76. University of Iowa
  77. University of Kentucky
  78. University of Maryland
  79. University of Massachusetts-Boston
  80. University of Michigan
  81. University of Minnesota-Deluth
  82. University of Minnesota Medical School
  83. University of Nevada-Las Vegas
  84. University of North Carolina
  85. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  86. University of North Florida
  87. University of Pennsylvania
  88. University of Pittsburgh
  89. University of Rochester
  90. University of Seattle
  91. University of Southern California
  92. University of Texas
  93. University of Texas-Austin
  94. University of Vermont
  95. University of Virginia
  96. University of Wisconsin Law School
  97. University of Wisconsin-Madison
  98. Virginia Commonwealth University
  99. Wake Forest University
  100. Yale University

Malcolm A. Kline is the Executive Director of Accuracy in Academia.

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