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  2. College Transitions provides college recommendation requirements for over 300 of the most selective colleges in the U.S. Toggle menu (678)-710-3699 [email protected]

  3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Chances Calculator

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    Use this free college chances calculator to determine your likelihood of acceptance at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) . The calculator uses the most up-to-date data to compare your scores and grades to those of admitted students.

  4. Wheaton College (Massachusetts) - Wikipedia

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    Wheaton College is a private liberal arts college in Norton, Massachusetts. Wheaton was founded in 1834 as a female seminary . The trustees officially changed the name of the Wheaton Female Seminary to Wheaton College in 1912 after receiving a college charter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

  5. Stanford University - Wikipedia

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    Stanford is one of the most successful universities in creating companies and licensing its inventions to existing companies, and it is often considered a model for technology transfer. Stanford's Office of Technology Licensing is responsible for commercializing university research, intellectual property, and university-developed projects.

  6. Monmouth College - Wikipedia

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    Academic program. Monmouth College offers 34 major fields of study and 18 pre-professional fields of study (with 851 different courses offered) in the sciences, arts, humanities, mathematics, computer sciences, social sciences, foreign languages, classics, and several interdisciplinary fields (including premedical and pre-engineering studies) and provides an unusually integrated core curriculum.

  7. Amherst College - Wikipedia

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    Amherst College (/ ˈ æ m ər s t / AM-ərst) is a private liberal arts college in Amherst, Massachusetts. Founded in 1821 as an attempt to relocate Williams College by its then-president Zephaniah Swift Moore , Amherst is the third oldest institution of higher education in Massachusetts . [7]

  8. List of colleges and universities in Iowa - Wikipedia

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    The state's oldest post-secondary institution is Loras College, a private Catholic school in Dubuque that was founded in 1839, seven years before Iowa became a state. [4] The state's only two law schools, the University of Iowa College of Law and Drake University Law School , are both accredited by the American Bar Association . [5]

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  10. Colleges that Consider Demonstrated ... - College Transitions

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    The majority of colleges in the United States are struggling to meet their enrollment goals each year. Therefore, it is highly beneficial for institutions to be able make the most educated guess possible regarding how many admitted applicants will actually enroll in their freshman class—the number of students who enroll divided by the number who were accepted equals a college's yield rate ...

  11. Partner Institutions | Davis UWC Scholars

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    The Davis United World College Scholars Program is the world’s largest, privately funded, international scholarship program—supporting more than 3,800 undergraduates from 165 nations. The program was launched in 2000, providing grants to selected American colleges and universities (off-shore campuses and affiliates are ineligible) to ...