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Class of 2021 College, Career and Military Resource Guide

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College, Career and Military Resource Guide Class of 2021

TABLE OF CONTENTS COVID-19 1 Timeline 2-3 College Application Process 4-6 College Application 7-15 Common Application 8-9 Apply Texas 10 College Specific Application 11 Common Black College Application 12 Coalition for College 13 QuestBridge 14 Collin College Pre-Admission Partnership 15 Military Academies 16-17 Naviance 18-26 Request Transcript in Naviance 20-24 Recommendation Letters 25-27 Athletic Eligibility Centers 28-30 College Admissions Testing 31-34 AP Scores 35-36 Financing College 37-39 Scholarships 40-42 Select your College 43-56 College & Universities 44-52 College Visits 53 Choosing your College 54 College Search 55-56 Career Paths 57 Technical Programs 57 Workforce Programs 57 Career Exploration 57 Military Careers 58-59 College Application Check List 60 Resources 61

Due to COVID-19 check for changes and updates with the following: ▪College Admissions ▪ACT ▪SAT ▪NCAA ▪NAIA ▪NJCAA ▪Military Academies ▪Military Enlistment 1

Timeline Spring 2020 Check ACT & SAT websites for testing dates July 1,2020 Apply Texas Application opens – start applying August 1, 2020 The Common Application website opens – start applying September Finalize your College List 2020 Start requesting your Initial Transcripts in Naviance Request “Letters of Recommendation” – If required by college • Complete the Counselor Recommendation Packet & return to counselor • Ask your teacher to write a rec letter, then request teacher rec letters in Naviance Take or retake SAT or ACT to improve your scores Send official SAT/ACT scores to college/university College Fair at Plano Senior High School College Fair at Plano East Senior High School Financial Aid Night at Plano West 2

October 1, 2020 Timeline Apply for FAFSA as early as October 1 • Free Application for Federal Student Aid October 15 – December 1 Early Decision/Early Action deadlines begin 2020 Pay attention to college-specificscholarshipdeadlines January – February If your College/University requires a Mid-Year Transcript or 2021 Mid-Year Report – • Request Mid-Year Reports (gold form) Spring • Pickupformat Counseling Deptthen complete,sign & return to 2021 your counselor Check Naviance for scholarship opportunities If planning to attend Collin College, it is time to apply Notify college/university of your final admission decision MAY Request your Final Transcript & the Registrar will send it to the 2021 college you will be attending TBA Final Exams Class of 2021 Graduation 3

College Application Process 4

College Application Process • Check all college admission requirements and deadlines • Make sure to complete all parts of the application, including any supplements • After completing the application, be sure to click submit • Check to ensure that all documents are processed with your colleges Applications • Which application will you use? • Check the college website for their application options Essay(s) • Check college application for requirements • Not all colleges require essays • If an essay is required, you must submit it with the application • If an essay is optional, choose to write it Essay Guideline tips: • It is a narrative about yourself • Strive to analyze and show depth • Proofread for errors and grammatical mistakes Extra-Curricular Activities/Resume • Thecollege applicationincludes anExtra-CurricularActivities Section • Fill out & include activities from 12th to 9th grades • Categories may include: Honors/Awards Leadership Roles Clubs/Activities Skills/Talents CommunityService Work Experience Application Fee • College application feesvary • Many colleges accept fee waivers for applicants from low-income families, if you are on free/reduced lunch, ask your counselor for moreinformation 5

College Application Process Teacher Letters of Recommendation • Check each college application to be sure this is required • If a college requires a teacher letter of recommendation, refer to page 26 Counselor Letters of Recommendation • Check each college application to be sure this is required • If a college requires a counselor letter of recommendation, refer to page 27 Official Transcripts • Transcripts for college and NCAA must be requested through Naviance • Refer to pages21-24 SAT/ACT Scores • Students must request SAT/ACT scores through the testing agency • Scores must be sent directly from the testing agency to the college • Refer to pages32-33 Interview • Some colleges require an interview; check your application requirements • Contact the College Admissions Office to set up the interview time • Dress professionally, research the college, and ask questions Auditions or Portfolios for Art, Music & Theatre Students • Check your college application to determine if this is required • Youmayberequiredtoprovidesamplesofyourworktodemonstrateyour ability • Youmaybe requiredtosenda portfolio,auditionlocally oronthecollege campus or submit a video

College Applications 7

The Common Application If youareusingTheCommonApplication, you must matchTheCommonApplicationwith Naviance How to match Common Application with Naviance 8

Application Opens August 1 Writing Requirements by College 2020-2021 essay prompts 9 9

applications for the 2020-2021 cycle Apply Texas Essay Prompts Topics: A, B, C and Topic D: For students majoring in- Architecture Art Art History Design Studio Art Visual Art Studio Art Education Essay prompts for U.S. Freshman and International Freshman Applications for enrollment in Summer 2021, Fall 2021, and Spring 2022 Essay A: Tell us your story. What unique opportunities or challenges have you experienced throughout your high school career that have shaped who you are today? ESSAY B: Most students have an identify, an interest, or a talent that defines them in an essential way. Tell us about yourself. ESSAY C: You’ve got a ticket in your hand – Where will you go? What will you do? What will happen when you get there? 10

College Specific Applications Check the college website..…many colleges only use their specific application 11

Common Black College Application Historically Black Colleges and Universities 12

Learn more about the 156 Colleges using the Coalition Application 13

The QuestBridge National College Who Should Apply? Match is a college and scholarship application process that helps How to Apply outstanding low-income high Application opens in the school seniors gain admission and summer before senior year full four-year scholarships to the nation’s most selective colleges. College Partners College Match Scholarships, First time users: which are provided by Create an Account participating colleges, cover the Start a New Application full cost of tuition, room and board, are loan free, and require no Returning users: parental contribution. Log-in to continue an If you are a student who has Application achieved academic excellence in the face of economic challenges, 14 we encourage you to apply. QuestBridge’s college partners are committed to making college affordable for all students – regardless of financial background - and offer generous financial aid packages that cover 100% of demonstrated financial need.

Pre-Admission Partnerships As a Collin student, you may apply to participate in any of the ten Pre-Admission Programs. Each program has its own admission procedure. Click on the college/university link to learn more. Austin Texas College Tech University Baylor Texas University Woman’s University Dallas Texas Programs & Courses Baptist Wesleyan Admissions & Aid University University Southern University of Methodist Texas - Dallas University Texas A&M University University Of Commerce North Texas Texas Success Initiative TSI- test required by 2 year and 4 year Texas public colleges/universities for college course placement TSI TSI assessment consists of 3 parts: Reading, Writing, and Math Assessment Exemptions are based on the following SAT or ACT scores: D ACT score of 23 composite; with a score of at least 19 English & 19 Math D SAT scores – minimum score of 480 CR/W & 530 M 15

Military Academies 16

Military Academies The United States Military Academies include U.S. Military Coast Guard Academy and the Merchant Academy, U.S. Naval Academy, U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Marine Academy Coast Guard Academy, and Merchant Marine Academy. The application process for these schools is more complex than The admission process is similar to highly competitive other colleges. It is very important to begin this process in the colleges. There is no nomination process. spring of your junior year to increase your chances for acceptance. Be sure to include your counselor in this process. Admission Office U.S. Coast Guard Academy The first step in securing an appointment to one of the New London, CT 06320 academies is to write or email and ask for a pre-candidate questionnaire. Do this during the junior year. Admission Office Merchant Marine Academy Admission Office Kings Point, NY 10024 U.S. Military Academy West Point, NY 10996 ROTC Scholarship Programs Admissions Office ROTC scholarship programs involve a competitive process. U.S. Naval Academy In addition to the written application, candidates must Annapolis, MD 21402 undergo a physical exam, formal interviews, and a physical abilities test. Admissions Office The first step in the process is to request an application: U.S. Air Force Academy U.S.A.F. Academy, CO 80840 The second step is to request a recommendation from one of your senators or congressmen. US Congressman Van Taylor Senator Ted Cruz Senator John Cornyn The person providing the nomination will need the following Plano West ROTC instructor, Major Shawn Langford information: o Name, address, and telephone number o Date of birth o Social Security number o High school name and year of graduation o Names of parents o The student may indicate first, second, third, and fourth choices for Academies

Naviance Login 18

Class of 2021 Connect through a browser Is your school using Clever? Connect through PISD webdesk: 19

Transcripts for Colleges and NCAA must be requested through Naviance 20

Request Transcripts in Naviance 21

Requesting a Transcript – Step 1 of 2 steps You must ADD colleges to your Naviance list before you can request Transcripts Transcripts for Colleges & NCAA must be requested Click to through Naviance Step 1 Type college name Using • The Common Application Using • Apply Texas • Coalition for College • College specific application 22

Requesting a Transcript – Step 2 of 2 steps Step 2 Initial Transcript • send initial transcript to all the colleges you are applying to Mid year transcript • 7 semestersposted ontranscript • Request for private colleges • Request in January Final Transcript • Send to the college you will be attending • Request before graduation 23

Manage your Naviance Account & List of Colleges View Type of Admissions Your College Deadlines Transcripts –requested no request Transcript Status – Pending or Submitted Step 1 Add Colleges Edit – makechanges Request teacher letters ofrecommendation Step 2 EDIT Change ? mark to either via Common App or Direct to the Institution Request Teacher Letters of Recommendation 24

Request Letters of Recommendation, if required by the college or university 25

Requesting Teacher Letters of Recommendation If letters of recommendation are required by the college/university First, request recommendations in person and provide a resume InNaviance–selectteacherin “lettersof recommendation section”for Common Application colleges or electronic submission For colleges that require mailing Provide teacher with a stamped, addressed envelope Teachers who are not employed by Plano ISD are not listed in Naviance Contactteacher& providestampedenvelope,addressedto thecollegeformailing Be sure to write a thank you note to your teacher 26

Requesting Counselor Letters of Recommendation If Counselor letters of recommendation are required by the college/university • Complete the Counselor Recommendation Packet Process • Turn in completed packet to your counselor 3 weeks before your earliest application deadline • For colleges that require mailing, provide a stamped, addressed envelope Counselor Plano West Counseling Recommendation Website Packet 27

Athletic Eligibility Centers 28

Athletic Eligibility Centers 29

NCAA Eligibility Center Due to COVID-19 google NCAA Eligibility Center for eligibility changes NCAA Division I Academic Eligibility Requirements 16 core courses • 4 years of English • 3 years of mathematics (Algebra 1 or higher) • 2 years of natural/physical science (1 year of lab science if offered by your high school) • 1 year of additional English, math or science • 2 years of social studies • 4 years of additional core courses (from any area listed above, or from foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy) • Earn a 2.30 grade-point average or better in your core courses Must complete 10 core courses before the 7th semester • Once you begin 7th semester, you may not repeat or replace any of those 10 courses • Of the 10 core courses completed, 7 must be in English, math or science • These 10 core courses become “locked in” for the purpose of core-course GPA calculation Earn a SAT combined score or ACT sum score matching your core-course GPA on the Division I sliding scales NCAA Division II Academic Eligibility Requirements 16 core courses • 3 years of English • 2 years of math (Algebra 1 or higher) • 2 years of natural or physical science (1 year of lab science if offered by your high school) • 3 extra years of English, math or natural or physical science • 2 years of social studies • 4 years of extra core courses (from any category above, or foreign language, comparative religion or philosophy) Earn a 2.20 grade-point average or better in core courses Earn a SAT combined score or ACT sum score matching your core-course GPA on the Division II scaling scale Send the following documents to the NCAA Eligibility Center Request transcript in Naviance Log-in to your ACT or SAT account Transcript must include 6 semesters Use NCAA Eligibility code 9999 ACT & SAT sends your score directly to NCAA 30

College Due to COVID-19 Check ACT & SAT websites for testing updates Admissions Testing ACT is divided into 5 subjects 1. English 2. Math 3. Reading 4. Science Reasoning 5. optional Writing ACT subtest scores range from 1-36 Composite score is the average of English, Math, Reading, and Science 31

Send Scores toCollege ` Send Scores to Digital photo of yourself College 2020 Test Registration Late Score Date Deadline Registration Release Deadline September12 AugDusut e7 to COAVuIgDus-t1219 September 22 OcCtohbeer c24k ASCepTtemwbeerb20site foOrctotbeesr t4ing upNdoavetmebser 3 December 12 November 6 November 20 December 22 Register for ACT Account View your Test Login Scores Test Day Study Guide Question of Online Check List the Day Practice Test 32

Send SAT Scores to college 2020 Test Registration Late Scores SAT Date Deadline Registration Released Subject Deadline Tests Offered May 2 April 3 April 14-21 May 15 Yes June 6 May 8 May 19-27 July 15 Yes August 29 Yes JulyD31ue toACugOustV19ID-1S9eptember OCcthobeerc3k SSAepTtemwbere4bsSietpetemfboerr 2t3estOinctogbeur pdatYeess November 7 October 2 October 21 November Yes December 5 November 6 November 24 December Yes Daily

SAT Subject Test Does your college or university require the SAT subject tests? SAT Subject Tests are used for college admissions covering specific subject areas. Many of the selective colleges require SAT Subject Tests. Students should check individual college websites todetermineifSAT Subject Tests are required. Subjects • Mathematics • Science • English • History • Languages 34

AP Scores 35

AP College Credit AP Credit Policy Search Find colleges and universities that offer credit or placement for AP scores. Find a college’s credit policy Look Up Another Have your AP Exam scores College’s Credit sent to a college or university Policy Send yourScores View your Scores College AP Credit Policies Each college and university makes its own decisions about awarding credit and placement. Most have a written policy spelling out things like the minimum required score to earn credit for a given AP Exam, the amountofcreditawarded and how credits are applied. College Credit and Advanced Placement Learn how to earn credit for your scores 36

Financing College 37

Financing College There are many different resources available to Fall 2020 help you in planning your college financing. o Create your Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID (username & Scholarship season tends to fall during the password) spring semester of the senioryear. Information o Apply for FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student regarding scholarships are disseminated Aid) as early as October 1, 2020 through Naviance. o Complete the CSS/Financial Aid PROFILE at: (if needed) o Research colleges/universities and o Complete college/university specific financial aid develop your college/university applications if required list o Check on individual college/university general academic scholarship deadlines o Go for college visits o Scholarship applications will be listed in Naviance and the o Check out admission requirements Plano West website (counselor page) as they become available and deadlines o Meet early scholarship deadlines o Check out financial aid and Spring 2021 scholarship requirements and o Continue checking for Scholarships in Naviance & the deadlines Plano West Website (counselor page) o Check out other scholarship o Evaluate colleges/universities and financial aid packages options such as: scholarships o Be sure to compare the cost of the schools, not just the offered by family employers, financial aid packages private organizations including o Explore and compare colleges, majors, and living business or professional groups, arrangements and fraternal organizations. o Select college/university you plan to attend o Resources: o Get acquainted with the financial aid office where you will and attend college o End of junior year- create your o Accept financial aid package from only one college or Federal Student Aid (FSA) ID university and notify all other college/university of decision (username & password) at: o Notify scholarship donors where to send scholarship funds 38

FAFSA FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID FAFSA, is an important document to be completed for federal and state student grants, work-study, and loans. Your application needs to be submitted as early as possible, but no earlier than October 1st of the student’s senior year. FAFSA What is it? Apply for AID The federal government uses this form to determine your eligibility for financial aid, which includes grants, work-study, scholarships and loans. Why fill it out? The FAFSA is used to determine how much aid you will receive. It may also be prerequisite for other scholarships. Got a question? What type of aid can I expect to receive? The Federal Student Information Center Your prospective college will try to meet your financial need through federal, state, school and private sources, as well as loans, grants and student can help employment. May I complete FAFSA on the Web? Yes, visit and click “Start a new FAFSA” to get started. FAFSA Tips • Fill out the form as early as October 1, 2020 • Do not leave any fields blank. Enter “0” if a question does not apply • List your information accurately • Take your time and follow the instructions. For assistance call 1-800-433-3243 • Sign the applications. If you are a dependent, have your parents sign too. • Report ALL required sources of untaxed income (e.g., Social Security/child support) • Fill out the FAFSA every year, even if you do not think you will qualify for aid FSID: Online Identification • The Federal Student Aid ID is the code that is used to identify you online • To obtain the FSA ID, visit Click on “Create FSA ID Now” • You must submit your name, date of birth and social security number to receive the FSA ID • The FSA ID allows anyone to electronically sign federal documents and access confidential information, therefore, do not give your ID to anyone Filling out FAFSA 2018 W2 and /or tax return Driver’s license (if any) 2018 federal income tax return Current bank statements You will need the following to fill out the form: 2018 untaxed income records (if any) Alien registration card Social Security number Parent’s 2018 income tax return (if a dependent) Current mortgage and investment records (if any) Signing the FAFSA-required on WEB or paper filing • Use your FSA ID. Parents will also need their own FSA ID to electronically sign the FAFSA. • Print the signature page, get the required signatures and mail the form to the address listed on the signature page • Wait until you receive your SAR (Student Aid Report), get the required signatures and return it through the U.S. Postal Service via certified mail Review the Student Aid Report (SAR) receive within 2 weeks of filing • Review immediately and carefully. • Report errors to the FAFSA Help Desk and ask how to make corrections • Call 1-800-433-3243 if you do not receive the SAR within 2 weeks. • An asterisk after the EFC means your SAR has been selected for verification and you may be asked for more information which will go to the prospective college 39

Scholarships 40


Scholarships National Scholarship Search 42 42

Select your College 43

Texas Colleges & Universities SAT College/University Enrollment Percent (RW+M) ACT Tuition Accepted Average Average Only ABILENE CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY 3,544 57 1135 24 37,800 Abilene 10,500 77 1085 21 private 1,288 55 1230 25 9,010 ANGELO STATE 40,803 San Angelo 14,188 39 1280 29 48,165 AUSTIN COLLEGE 19,935 100 private Sherman 13,726 100 2,550 33,677 100 AUSTIN COMM. COLLEGE 5,684 100 47,364 Austin 5,372 71 1030 20 private BAYLOR UNIVERSITY 8,524 74 970 19 3,764 Waco 4,001 16 1505 34 18,794 100 1,770 BLINN COLLEGE 18,783 83 1065 21 Brenham 6,790 47 1390 31 1,624 BROOKHAVEN COLLEGE 1,512 49 1230 26 Farmers Branch 2,580 COLLIN COLLEGE McKinney/Plano 9,601 KILGORE COLLEGE Kilgore 10,786 MIDWESTERN STATE Wichita Falls 40,112 PRAIRIE VIEW A&M private Prairie View 1,770 RICE UNIVERSITY Houston 8,536 RICHLAND COLLEGE 56,560 Dallas private SAM HOUSTON STATE 45,320 Houston private SMU Dallas SOUTHWESTERN UNIV. Georgetown 44

Texas Colleges & Universities SAT College/University Enrollment Percent (RW+M) ACT Tuition Accepted Average Average Only STEPHEN F. AUSTIN 11,494 68 1075 21 10,946 Nacogdoches 11,350 TARLETON STATE UNIVERSITY 53,743 64 1055 21 11,275 Commerce 8,324 TEXAS A&M 2,483 67 1275 28 11,231 College Station 9,474 TEXAS A&M - COMMERCE 33,917 36 1050 21 8,958 Commerce 31,957 TEXAS A & M – GALVESTON 10,591 50 1170 24 12,088 Galveston 2,528 TEXAS CHRISTIAN UNIV. 47 1245 28 51,660 Fort Worth 11,649 private TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITY 38,597 75 1095 23 11,257 San Marcos 32,126 TEXAS TECH 40,163 71 1155 25 11,320 Lubbock 33,307 TEXAS WOMAN’S UNIVERSITY 93 1040 20 9,748 Denton 20,994 TRINITY UNIVERSITY 29 1350 30 44,680 San Antonio private TYLER JUNIOR COLLEGE N/A No No 2,962 Tyler minimum minimum UNIV. OF HOUSTON Houston 65 1220 25 11,276 UNIV. OF NORTH TEXAS Denton 74 1140 23 11,490 UNIV. TEXAS – AUSTIN Austin 32 1355 30 10,818 UNIV. TEXAS – ARLINGTON 71 1165 23 11,040 Arlington UNIV. OF TEXAS, DALLAS 79 1350 30 13,442 Richardson 45 45

Texas Colleges & Universities College/University Enrollment Percent SAT ACT Tuition (RW+M) Average Only Accepted Average 30 13,442 UNIV. OF TEXAS, DALLAS 20,994 79 1350 20 8,540 Richardson 21,427 100 22 9,723 UNIV. of TEXAS - El Paso 28,275 77 1005 21 8,688 El Paso 7,355 69 UNIV of TEXAS – San Antonio 1125 San Antonio WEST TEXAS A&M 1075 Canyon Source: ACT, Collegeboard, Naviance 04/2020 UNIFORM ADMISSION POLICY: Texas Education Code (TEC) 51.803-51.809 requires that all students meet one of the following college readiness standards in order to be eligible to be considered for admission at a Texas Four-Year Public Institution: • Successfully complete the foundation high school program or • Satisfy the College Readiness Benchmarks on the ACT or SAT assessment: ACT – 18 English, 22 Reading, 22 Math and 23 Science SAT – minimum score of 480R/W & 530M o Check individual college websites for admission standards above and beyond this minimum requirement o Check with college for high school course requirements EVERY EFFORT HAS BEEN MADE TO ENSURE ACCURACY OF THIS FORM. HOWEVER, IT IS UP TO YOU TO CONTACT YOUR COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY TO MAKE SURE THERE HAVE BEEN NO CHANGES IN ADMISSIONS STANDARDS. 04/2020 46

Colleges & Universities: Out-of-State College/University Enrollment Percent SAT ACT Tuition Only Accepted (RW+M) Average UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA 33,028 Average 30,250 out-of-state Tuscaloosa, AL 59 27 10,780 in-state 1170 48,459 private AMERICAN UNIVERSITY 8,287 32 1300 29 Washington, DC 29,428 out-of-state 11,338 in-state ARIZONA STATE 42,844 85 1245 26 Tempe, AZ 36,738 out-of-state 12,711 in-state UNIV. OF ARIZONA 35,233 84 1190 25 Tucson, AZ 25,872 out-of-state 9,384 in-state UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS 23,386 77 1195 26 Fayetteville, AR 31,124 out-of-state 11,492 in-state AUBURN UNIVERSITY 24,594 81 1235 28 35,650 Auburn, AL private 57,910 BELMONT UNIVERSITY 6,808 84 1225 27 private Nashville, TN 55,892 private BOSTON COLLEGE 9,370 27 1420 32 5,790 Chestnut Hill, MA private 58,404 BOSTON UNIVERSITY 18,515 22 1415 31 private Boston, MA 21,868 out-of-state BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIV. 31,441 64 1335 30 9,948 in-state Provo, UT 42,852 out-of-state BROWN UNIVERSITY 7,043 8 1485 34 14,226 in-state Providence, RI 43,482 out-of-state CALIF. POLYTECH. 21,037 30 1335 29 13,728 in-state San Luis Obispo, CA UC – BERKELEY 30,609 14 1420 32 Berkeley, CA UCLA 31,543 12 1405 31 Los Angeles, CA 47

Colleges & Universities: Out-of-State College/University Enrollment Percent SAT ACT Tuition Only Accepted (RW+M) Average UNIV of CAMBRIDGE 12,354 Average 25,000 Cambridge, UK 6,947 21 33 CARNEGIE-MELLON UNIV. 5,150 17 1500 33 57,119 Pittsburgh, PA 7,020 33 1500 32 private CASE WESTERN 6,264 57 28 49,042 Cleveland, OH 1,324 9 1430 34 private CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY 29,091 9 33 52,724 Orange, CA 4,794 80 1275 28 private CHICAGO, UNIVERSITY OF 6,231 56 30 57,006 Chicago, IL 857 6 1530 34 private CLAREMONT MCKENNA 14,907 16 33 54,405 Claremont, CA 4,410 13 1425 33 private UNIV. OF COLORADO 6,696 10 32 37,286 out-of-state Boulder, CO 6,937 11 1250 33 12,532 in-state COLORADO SCHOOL OF MINES 22 1380 32 38,584 out-of-state Golden, CO 18,964 in-state COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY 1515 59,985 New York, NY private The COOPER UNION 1420 46,820 New York, NY private CORNELL UNIVERSITY 1470 55,188 Ithaca, NY private DARTMOUTH 1495 55,453 Hanover, NH private DUKE UNIVERSITY 1540 55,695 Durham, NC private EMORY UNIVERSITY 1435 51,306 Atlanta, GA private 48

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