Will You Receive Your College Acceptance Via Snapchat?

wisconsinAs you anxiously await your early admission letters, you have yet another place to look for them! While notifications have largely moved online speeding up the process and allowing for students to be notified at the identical time, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay is taking this to a new level.

According to this U. S. News article, the school shared its good news by delivering a photo message via Snapchat since the school knows that much of students' free time is spent on the app. While accepted students still receive a congratulatory email and welcome packet in the mail, this will further speed up delivery, and excited students often respond with a selfie.

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Harvard Student Shares Tips on Writing the College Essay

harvardWriting college essays is definitely the most anxiety-provoking part about applying to college, mainly because so much weight is placed on essays when applying to competitive schools. In fact, colleges often use essays to distinguish students with similar test scores and GPAs. Halie Olson, a senior at Harvard College, shares tips for writing a great college essay that will help you stand out from other applicants:

  1. Just start writing. Sometimes just getting something on the page is the best first step.
  2. Starting over can be the best strategy. When the first attempt doesn't feel right, starting with a new topic can be the way to go.
  3. Ask others to read over your work. An outside perspective is so important to make sure you're on the right track.
  4. Expect multiple drafts. Editing is such an important part of creating a stellar essay.

For the full article, click here.

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November is the busiest time of the year for college essays

ieca_new-orleans-logo-medWhile we won't see you in New Orleans this IECA Conference (we'll be there in the spring), we wanted to let you know that we're thinking of you -- especially since November is the busiest month for college essays now that students are turning from their early applications to all their regular applications.

Email us at info@collegeessayorganizer.com or call us at 646-448-4927 with any questions at all. And be sure to stop by our partner CollegePlannerPro for more info on how you can access College Essay Organizer through CPP.

In case you haven't checked us out this season, our newest upgrades include:

  • Use our new master account interface through CollegePlannerPro so you can access all your clients' essay reports and alerts on one page, getting a snapshot of everyone's status
  • Set up alerts to be emailed to any counselor you want so students can edit drafts with whomever
  • Track alerts more easily with student and counselor names visible in email subject lines
  • Customize each student's RoadMap with more essay topic options so that you control all writing plans
  • Remove schools on your own from a student's RoadMap so you don't need to look at dropped colleges anymore
  • Keep track of tasks and notes for each student with our new To Do List and Scratchpad features
    Our team of dedicated researchers is extremely proud to have provided you with another season of 100% error-free college essay experience!
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Strengthen Your Admissions Odds Without Extra Effort

More applications doesn't always mean more essays!

More applications doesn't always mean more essays!

As early deadlines approach, students across the country are scrambling to complete their applications. Of course, filling out the application form is not the most stressful and time-consuming part -- it's the shear number of essays that universally make students cringe (just log into your College Essay Organizer account to see what we mean). Just the thought of trying to create stand-out essays when competing with thousands of students with similar numbers is understandably nerve-wracking!

The silver lining to this is that you probably already have your main Common App essay complete (email us at info@collegeessayorganizer.com if you need any last minute assistance), and while you may be trying to nail down those supplemental essays, adding another couple schools that require no additional essays in addition to the main essay might make perfect sense! It may even allow you to exhale, knowing you have increased your admissions odds. Here's a list of some of the schools that fall into that category:

Middlebury College
University of Denver
State University of New York at Binghamton
Colby College
Connecticut College
Bentley University
West Virginia University
Grinnell College
Gettysburg College
State University of New York at Albany
Florida Southern College
Florida Institute of Technology
Kean University
University of Dayton
Bowling Green State University
Sacred Heart University
University of North Carolina-Asheville

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ALERT: Return to Earlier Essay Question for Univ of Washington Question #3

2000px-university_of_washington_block_w_logo-svgWe recently sent out an email stating that the University of Washington Question #3 had changed from what was previewed earlier on the college's own website. In a rare case of musical essay prompts, the University of Washington's application is now showing the earlier essay question that was posted.

Please call in regards to your own particular situation, but note that the admissions office has stated that it will accept a response to either essay prompt. The earlier essay question has now returned to your College Essay Organizer account. Please find the question below:

University of Washington-Seattle Question #3

Required for all applicants

Our families and communities often define us and our individual worlds. Community might refer to your cultural group, extended family, religious group, neighborhood or school, sports team or club, co-workers, etc. Describe the world you come from and how you, as a product of it, might add to the diversity of the University of Washington.

300 words maximum

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Virginia Tech Adds Essay Options Mid-Season

virginia-tech-school-logo-small-jpgEvery season, there are a few schools that change their essay prompts mid-season after their application has been live for some time (don't worry, we're on top of it for you!). Virginia Tech, which began the application season planning to use the Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success but then announced that it won't use it until fall 2017, falls into that category this year.

After initially releasing one set of essay prompt's corresponding with the prompts being used by the Coalition Application with a 300-word limit, it has now released additional prompts and reduced the word limit to 250-300 words. Not to worry for the students who may have already submitted for the upcoming November 1 Early Decision deadlines as they will not be penalized!

Please find the new options below:

You may respond to up to three of the essay prompts below (choose one, two, or three) as you feel they support your individual application.

A) What are the top five reasons you want to be a Hokie?

B) If there is something you think would be beneficial for the Admissions Committee to know as we review your academic history, please take this opportunity to explain.

C) Our motto is Ut Prosim (That I May Serve). How is service to others important in your life?

D) If you could have any superhero power, what would it be and why?

E) We believe strongly in the Virginia Tech Principles of Community and the value of human diversity affirmed therein. Share a perspective or experience related to your culture, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status that might explain how you will enrich the climate of mutual respect and understanding here.

F) Virginia Tech is one of six senior military institutions in the country. How will this setting contribute to your college experience?

G) Tell a story from your life, describing an experience that either demonstrates your character or helped to shape it.

H) Describe a time when you made a meaningful contribution to others in which the greater good was your focus. Discuss the challenges and rewards of making your contribution.

I) Has there been a time when you've had a long-cherished or accepted belief challenged? How did you respond? How did the challenge affect your beliefs?

J) What is the hardest part of being a teenager now? What's the best part? What advice would you give a younger sibling or friend (assuming they would listen to you)?

K) Submit an essay on a topic of your choice.

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Dan Stern Wins Wine Barrel Award on National Boss Day!

There are few people in the world who impact their employees the way Daniel Stern does! Here's a small snapshot of the mark he makes on the world:


Abby Deutsch

screen-shot-2016-10-07-at-6-48-45-pmTo Dan, whose advice is always superb...no matter how many years go by before I take it!







Andrew Brotzman

screen-shot-2016-10-06-at-9-58-27-pmWorking for Dan has been more than a blessing. He is kind, generous, and friendly. He’s made it possible for me to lead a flexible, free life. And he made this happen (look right).




Bill Gerrard

b943cca835cfa7e83bea6940d26d1a70Hi, Dan! In honor of your day today, I just wanted to thank you for the opportunities, support, and laughs you've given me over the past few years. You're truly a great guy to work for!






Carl Rosenthal

Dan and I have only known each other for a few months, but I guess what sticks with me most is his eclectic tastes. Even in our few conversations, Dan has recommended some really good books and TV shows (I just started reading The Nix upon his recommendation, as well as a lot of cool articles)- It’s the sign of a true Renaissance man- an expert not only in his job but in many other random areas. Also, he is a great ping pong player, and I am still convinced that he hustled me the first time we played!


Cat Pierro

The test is always right.

The test is always right.

The best thing about Dan Stern is that he is not a self-conscious boss or one who tries to sustain studied mannerisms. Nor does he resort to artifice or entangle himself in circumlocutions. The young, middle-aged, and old Dan speaks directly through his emails, which are informal for the most part and which undisguisedly reflect his changing moods. What does all this serve to suggest about Dan? Maybe it's the multifaceted nature of his leaderly persona. Maybe it's the maturity he displayed even as a youth. Or maybe it's the effect aging has had on his temperament. Then again, it could be the longevity of his tutoring career. But I think it's the consistency of his letter-writing style! Dan, thanks for being the same cynical, spontaneous, critical, preachy, or possibly witty guy all year-round.


Dean Beckwith

The tutoring business is rife with bosses who are little more than procdilbert-boss-dayurers: they pair students with tutors and expect magic to just happen. With Dan, however, I feel like I have a genuine partner, someone who has my back if and when the metaphorical feces hits the fan. His overflowing positivity somehow always manages to assuage that most frightful of beasts: the panicked parent.


Diana Stern

image1Dan is always so responsive and helpful. I really value his advice.








Melissa & Melinda Ball

img_5476Dan is a wonderful person to work for. He always supports us and accommodates our busy schedules. He always makes us feel like we are part of a team. Most importantly, he is really fun to talk to about life. He has a lot of wisdom and is a compassionate listener. He is the type of boss that you can come to with not only professional questions but also personal issues. He is great at giving life advice and has tremendous insight into people!



Mike Brotzman

photo25Dan Stern will always hold a special place in my heart, above all else for introducing me to Josh Schoen, and more importantly to Josh Schoen's laptop, and the ketchup thereto applied (look right).






screen-shot-2016-10-11-at-1-45-58-pmI would say the most remarkable thing about Dan for me has been the way in which he fosters a team mentality in his tutors. As a former independent tutor for many years, I have been surprised by how much I have come to value this, and now a year into the job, I am so glad I made the switch.

As a tutor himself, Dan is intimately acquainted with the challenges (and the joys) of what we do -- when things go well with my students, I have felt deeply appreciated, and when things have been difficult, I have felt encouraged. His commiseration with the difficulties of the job have made me feel accepted as part of a tutoring team, which includes Dan himself, Andrew, and Stephanie, in a way I never felt in my previous work. I am grateful that he took a chance on me, and I wish him a happy National Boss' Day!


Steph Morris

We've come a long way!

A look back!

I can’t believe that we’re coming up on 8 years! And if it hadn’t been for Danielle, I might never have known that National Boss Day existed . . . that being said, I do my best to appreciate working for you every day, and I continue to be grateful for finding that Craigslist ad that led me to you during one of my lowest moments.

Since then, you’ve been witness to countless changes in my life, as I've been to yours. As those images run through my head, I want to simply say that you’ve been a constant catalyst for my growth on so many levels, and that means so much more to me than any job could offer. And you’ve played so many roles to me from employer to empathetic advisor to giggle buddy. To top it off, MAP has grown at a tremendous rate, and continues to support not only a wonderful band of tutors, but also the hundreds of families it guides along the way. In short, I count you and the MAP/CEO team as family, and look forward to the many more views we will share along the way.


Zach Tomasovic

woody-allenHappy National Boss Day Dan! Though I'm still very much the new guy, it's never felt that way. Thanks for welcoming me into the MAP tutor community with open arms- it's been a real pleasure tutoring so far. I took your recommendation to read Getting Even by Woody Allen by the way- what a great read!







And (drum roll, please!) Danielle Stern

Dan promoting CEO at a conference while his father Jon Stern looks on. Also proof that Dan owns a button down shirt!

Dan promoting CEO at a conference while his father Jon Stern looks on. Also proof that Dan owns a button down shirt!

I’m not writing this part as your wife. I’m writing it as your business partner. The person who has been by your side for every big meeting, new hire, and important decision in the past five years. The person who has watched you take a side hustle you started as a way to support your passion for journalism, and turn it into a business that has helped so many others make money while pursuing their dreams. The person who has seen you act as a friend, therapist, mentor to clients and employees alike. The person who has watched you assemble a remarkable team that produces astounding, phenomenal, odd defying results, year after year.

I’m not writing this part as your business partner. I’m writing it as your wife. The person who has seen one too many dinners go cold because you were talking a client off the ledge. The person who knows you always go to bat for your employees, even when disgruntled clients try to hold them accountable instead of their own children. The person who knows you take calls at all hours of the day, from the crack of dawn to long past when any reasonable person should be calling anyone, always trying to secure new business so all your tutors are continually satisfied with their workload. The person who knows how long your daily to-do list is. The person who knows how many times you’ve worked through the night until the sun came up.

A few years back, you instituted the Wine Barrel Award in honor of your father, Jon Stern. A successful businessman who espoused the importance of hard work, ethics, integrity, going the extra mile, never cutting corners, and someone who put equal importance on making sure both his clients and employees were happy. This year, we have come to the easy conclusion, that there is no one more deserving of this award than you. Somewhere your dad is looking down, beaming with pride and a huge grin, saying, “My son, Dan… he’s just the best.” And we couldn’t agree more.



wine-barrel-award-image-1The story is set in Europe in the early 1900’s where small, self-sufficient communities called shtetls dotted the map. They were like their own small economy where everything they needed was provided by someone in the community. The shtetls were run by elders and there was a doctor, a teacher, a shoemaker, a blacksmith, a seamstress, farmers and more. You get the picture. Well this one small Jewish community in particular was facing some danger with its grape crop. Because of the harsh weather, it looked as though there would not be enough wine to make it through the winter months with enough wine left over to celebrate Passover.

So the elders erected a huge wine barrel in the center of town and built stairs to reach the top of it. Then they stated that each family save a small amount of wine each night in the bottom of their bottles, bring it to the wine barrel, and pour it in. This way, by the time Passover arrived, the town would have ample amounts of wine for the celebrations.

Each night you could witness people traipsing across the cold and frigid evenings, up to the top of the stairs, and then pour in their small but important contribution of wine. And as Passover arrived, the elders set the date for the town to gather to break open the spigot and fill everyone’s carafes with wine. As they gathered and the elders called for the filling of the first carafe, something strange happened. Water came out of the barrel, not wine. They called for another carafe to be filled but the same thing happened again – more water. After a third, fourth, and fifth carafe was filled with water, it became clear what had happened.  

People had given the appearance that they were doing the right thing. They traipsed across those cold evenings and walked to the top of the stairs so that everyone watching would see them making their contribution. But instead of contributing wine, each person counted on the next person to pour in wine and so they simply poured in water. They expected the next person to do the right thing but no one did so and, as a result, all the families suffered and the community was not able to celebrate the holiday as tradition had called for it to be.

… My dad told this story to every associate at his company. He would talk to people about this tale and why each person’s contribution is so important. “There are no shortcuts,” he would say. “We need everyone doing the right thing.” And this leads me to the core of who my dad was and why this award is so meaningful to me and everyone who is part of it. He stood for what is right, especially when it requires hard work and sacrifice, because in the end, that’s what allows everyone to truly benefit.

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Changes to University of Washington's Essay Questions

2000px-university_of_washington_block_w_logo-svgStudents applying to the University of Washington-Seattle should take note that when its application went live recently there were a few differences from what was previewed on its website. The lengths of questions #1 and #3 changed, as did the wording for question #3. These questions have been updated in your College Essay Organizer account. Please find the updates below:

University of Washington-Seattle Question #1

Required for all applicants
Choose ONE topic from the five prompts listed below.
A) Tell a story from your life, describing an experience that either demonstrates your character or helped to shape it.
B) Describe a time when you made a meaningful contribution to others in which the greater good was your focus. Discuss the challenges and rewards of making your contribution.
C) Has there been a time when you've had a long-cherished or accepted belief challenged? How did you respond? How did the challenge affect your beliefs?
D) What is the hardest part of being a teenager now? What's the best part? What advice would you give younger siblings or friends (assuming they would listen to you)?
E) Submit an essay on a topic of your choice.
600 words maximum

University of Washington-Seattle Question #3

Required for all applicants
Choose ONE of the following two topics and write a short essay.
A) The University of Washington seeks to create a community of students richly diverse in cultural backgrounds, experiences, and viewpoints. How would you contribute to this community?
B) Describe an experience of cultural difference, positive or negative, you have had or observed. What did you learn from it?
You may define culture broadly in Topic 2. For example, it may include ethnicity, customs, values, and ideas, all of which contribute to experiences that students can share with others in college. As you reply to this question, reflect on what you have learned -- about yourself and society -- from an experience of cultural difference.
300 words maximum

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Tackling College Applications with Key Data Insights

admitseeTune in to this free webcast for incredible insights that will help you tackle your college applications! AdmitSee is a searchable database of successful college applications, including essays, test scores, and advice. From its database, founder Steph Shyu has been able to uncover groundbreaking admissions trends, many of which she will share. She will demonstrate how to use real successful essays to inspire and impact your personal writing process, and craft a winning application.

Steph Shyu, named one of Forbes' 30 Under 30 and a former SAT/AP tutor and founder of an educational charity, combined her experience at a news startup with her passion for access to education to create AdmitSee. And you've got special access to her through this webcast!

WHEN: Monday, September 12 @ 8pm ET

To register, click here.

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Recently Updated Schools for the 2016-2017 Season

Below are the colleges we've updated as of today for the 2016-2017 application season.

1. Abilene Christian University
2. Academy of Art University
3. Adams State College
4. Adelphi University
5. Agnes Scott College
6. Alaska Pacific University
7. Albany College of Pharmacy of Union University
8. Albion College
9. Albright College
10. Alfred University
11. Allegheny College
12. Alma College
13. American University
14. American University of Paris
15. American University of Rome
16. Amherst College
17. Antioch College
18. Appalachian State University
19. Arizona State University
20. Auburn University
21. Augsburg College
22. Augustana College (IL)
23. Augustana University (SD)
24. Aurora University
25. Austin College
26. Austin Peay State University
27. Babson College
28. Baldwin-Wallace University
29. Ball State University
30. Bar-ilan university
31. Bard College
32. Barnard College
33. Baruch College of the City University of New York
34. Bates College
35. Baylor University
36. Beacon College
37. Becker College
38. Bellarmine University
39. Belmont Abbey College
40. Belmont University
41. Beloit College
42. Bemidji State University
43. Benedict College
44. Bennington College
45. Bentley University
46. Berea College
47. Berklee College of Music
48. Berry College
49. Bethel University
50. Bethune-Cookman University
51. Birmingham-Southern College
52. Bloomfield College
53. Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
54. Boise State University
55. Boston College
56. Boston University
57. Bowdoin College
58. Bowling Green State University
59. Bradley University
60. Brandeis University
61. Brevard College
62. Bridgewater College
63. Bridgewater State University
64. Brooklyn College of the City University of New York
65. Brown University
66. Bryant University
67. Bryn Mawr College
68. Bucknell University
69. Butler University
70. Cabrini College
71. California College of the Arts
72. California Institute of Technology
73. California Institute of the Arts
74. California Lutheran University
75. California Maritime Academy
76. California State University-Bakersfield
77. California State University-Channel Islands
78. California State University-Chico
79. California State University-East Bay
80. California State University-Fresno
81. California State University-Fullerton
82. California State University-Long Beach
83. California State University-Los Angeles
84. California State University-Monterey Bay
85. California State University-Northridge
86. California State University-Sacramento
87. Calvin College
88. Campbell University
89. Canisius College
90. Carleton College
91. Carnegie Mellon University
92. Carroll College
93. Carroll University
94. Carthage College
95. Case Western Reserve University
96. Castleton State College
97. Catawba College
98. Catholic University of America
99. Cazenovia College
100. Cedar Crest College
101. Centenary College
102. Centenary College of Louisiana
103. Central Methodist University
104. Central Michigan University
105. Centre College
106. Chaminade University of Honolulu
107. Champlain College
108. Chapman University
109. Chatham University
110. Chicago State University
111. Christendom College
112. Christian Brothers University in TN
113. Christopher Newport University
114. Citadel, The
115. City College of New York
116. Claremont McKenna College
117. Clark Atlanta University
118. Clark University
119. Clarkson University
120. Clemson University
121. Cleveland Institute of Art
122. Cleveland Institute of Music
123. Coastal Carolina University
124. Coe College
125. Colby College
126. Colby-Sawyer College
127. Colgate University
128. College of Charleston
129. College of Idaho
130. College of New Jersey
131. College of New Rochelle
132. College of Saint Elizabeth
133. College of St. Benedict
134. College of St. Joseph
135. College of St. Rose (NY)
136. College of the Atlantic
137. College of the Holy Cross
138. College of the Ozarks
139. College of William and Mary
140. College of Wooster
141. Colorado Christian University
142. Colorado College
143. Colorado Mesa University
144. Colorado State University
145. Columbia College Hollywood
146. Columbia University
147. Columbus State University
148. Concordia College
149. Concordia University
150. Concordia University-Austin
151. Connecticut College
152. Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
153. Cornell College
154. Cornell University
155. Cornish College of the Arts
156. Covenant College
157. Creighton University
158. Curry College
159. Daemen College
160. Dalhousie University
161. Dallas Baptist University
162. Dartmouth College
163. Davidson College
164. Delaware State University
165. DePaul University
166. DePauw University
167. DeSales University
168. Dickinson College
169. Dominican College
170. Dominican University of California
171. Drew University
172. Drexel University
173. Drury University
174. Duke University
175. Duquesne University
176. Earlham College
177. East Carolina University
178. East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania
179. East Tennessee State University
180. Eastern Connecticut State University
181. Eastern Mennonite University
182. Eastern Michigan University
183. Eastern University
184. Eckerd College
185. Elizabethtown College
186. Elmhurst College
187. Elmira College
188. Elon University
189. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
190. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Prescott
191. Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University-Worldwide Campus
192. Emerson College
193. Emmanuel College
194. Emory and Henry College
195. Emory University
196. Endicott College
197. Erskine College
198. Evergreen State College
199. Fairfield University
200. Fairleigh Dickinson University
201. Fashion Institute of Technology
202. Fayetteville State University
203. Fisher College (MA)
204. Fisk University
205. Flagler College
206. Florida Atlantic University
207. Florida Gulf Coast University
208. Florida Institute of Technology
209. Florida International University
210. Florida Southern College
211. Florida State University
212. Fordham University
213. Fort Valley State University
214. Framingham State University
215. Franklin and Marshall College
216. Franklin Pierce University
217. Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering
218. Fresno Pacific University
219. Frostburg State University
220. Furman University
221. Gannon University
222. George Fox University
223. George Mason University
224. George Washington University
225. Georgetown College
226. Georgetown University
227. Georgia College
228. Georgia Institute of Technology
229. Georgia Southern University
230. Georgia State University
231. Gettysburg College
232. Gonzaga University
233. Gordon College
234. Goucher College
235. Green Mountain College
236. Greensboro College
237. Grinnell College
238. Grove City College
239. Guilford College
240. Gustavus Adolphus College
241. Hamilton College
242. Hamline University
243. Hampden-Sydney College
244. Hampshire College
245. Harding University
246. Hartwick College
247. Harvard University
248. Harvey Mudd College
249. Hastings College
250. Haverford College
251. Hawaii Pacific University
252. Hendrix College
253. High Point University
254. Hillsdale College
255. Hiram College
256. Hobart and William Smith Colleges
257. Hofstra University
258. Hollins University
259. Hood College
260. Hope College
261. Houghton College
262. Howard University
263. Idaho State University
264. Illinois Institute of Technology
265. Illinois State University
266. Illinois Wesleyan University
267. Indiana University
268. Indiana University of Pennsylvania
269. Iona College
270. Iowa State University
271. Ithaca College
272. Jacksonville University
273. James Madison University
274. John Carroll University
275. Johns Hopkins University
276. Johnson & Wales at Charlotte
277. Johnson & Wales at Charlotte at North Miami
278. Johnson & Wales at Providence
279. Johnson and Wales University at Denver
280. Johnson University Florida
281. Juniata College
282. Kalamazoo College
283. Kansas State University
284. Kean University
285. Keene State College
286. Kent State University
287. Kenyon College
288. Kettering University
289. King's College
290. Knox College
291. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
292. La Salle University
293. La Sierra University
294. Lafayette College
295. Laguna College of Art and Design
296. Lake Erie College
297. Lake Forest College
298. Lamar University
299. Lasell College
300. Lawrence University
301. Le Moyne College
302. Lebanon Valley College
303. Lees-McRae College
304. Lehigh University
305. Lenoir-Rhyne University
306. Lesley University
307. Lewis & Clark College
308. Liberty University
309. Linfield College
310. Lipscomb University
311. Long Island University-Brooklyn
312. Long Island University/C.W. Post Campus
313. Longwood University
314. Louisiana State University
315. Louisiana State University-Shreveport
316. Louisiana Tech University
317. Loyola Marymount University
318. Loyola University Chicago
319. Loyola University Maryland
320. Luther College
321. Lycoming College
322. Lynchburg College
323. Lyndon State College
324. Lynn University
325. Macalester College
326. Macaulay Honors College at CUNY
327. Maharishi University of Management
328. Maine College of Art
329. Manhattan College
330. Marietta College
331. Marist College
332. Marlboro College
333. Marquette University
334. Marshall University
335. Maryland Institute College of Art
336. Marymount Manhattan College
337. Marymount University (VA)
338. Maryville College
339. Maryville University of St. Louis
340. Marywood University
341. Massachusetts College of Art & Design
342. Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
343. Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
344. Massachusetts Institute of Technology
345. Massachusetts Maritime Academy
346. McDaniel College
347. McKendree University
348. Medgar Evers College of the City University of New York
349. Menlo College
350. Mercer University
351. Meredith College
352. Merrimack College
353. Messiah College
354. Miami University (OH)
355. Michigan State University
356. Michigan Technological University
357. MidAmerica Nazarene University
358. Middle Tennessee State University
359. Middlebury College
360. Midwestern State University
361. Millersville University of Pennsylvania
362. Millikin University
363. Mills College
364. Millsaps College
365. Milwaukee School of Engineering
366. Misericordia University
367. Mississippi College
368. Mississippi State University
369. Missouri State University
370. Missouri University of Science and Technology
371. Mitchell College
372. Molloy College
373. Monmouth University
374. Montana State University-Bozeman
375. Montclair State University
376. Montreat College
377. Montserrat College of Art
378. Moravian College
379. Morehouse College
380. Morgan State University
381. Mount Holyoke College
382. Mount Ida College
383. Mount Saint Mary College
384. Mount St. Mary's University (MD)
385. Muhlenberg College
386. Murray State University
387. Muskingum University
388. Nazareth College
389. Nebraska Wesleyan University
390. New College of Florida
391. New Jersey Institute of Technology
392. New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology
393. New Mexico State University
394. New World School of the Arts
395. New York City College of Technology of the City University of New York
396. New York Institute of Technology
397. New York University
398. Newbury College
399. Niagara University
400. Nichols College
401. Norfolk State University
402. North Carolina State University-Raleigh
403. North Central College
404. Northeastern University
405. Northern Arizona University
406. Northern Illinois University
407. Northwest Missouri State University
408. Northwestern University
409. Notre Dame de Namur University
410. Nova Southeastern University
411. Oberlin College
412. Occidental College
413. Oglethorpe University
414. Ohio Northern University
415. Ohio State University-Columbus
416. Ohio University
417. Ohio Wesleyan University
418. Oklahoma City University
419. Oklahoma State University
420. Old Dominion University
421. Olivet College
422. Oregon Institute of Technology
423. Oregon State University
424. Otterbein University
425. Pace University
426. Pacific Lutheran University
427. Pacific Northwest College of Art
428. Pacific Union College
429. Pacific University (OR)
430. Palm Beach Atlantic University
431. Paul Smith's College
432. Peabody Institute
433. Pennsylvania College of Art and Design
434. Pepperdine University
435. Philadelphia University
436. Pine Manor College
437. Pitzer College
438. Plymouth State University
439. Point Loma Nazarene University
440. Point Park University
441. Pomona College
442. Portland State University
443. Pratt Institute
444. Presbyterian College
445. Prescott College
446. Princeton University
447. Providence College
448. Purdue University-North Central
449. Purdue University-West Lafayette
450. Queens College of the City University of New York
451. Queens University of Charlotte
452. Quest University
453. Quinnipiac University
454. Radford University
455. Ramapo College of New Jersey
456. Randolph College
457. Randolph-Macon College
458. Reed College
459. Regis College
460. Regis University
461. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
462. Rhode Island College
463. Rhode Island School of Design
464. Rhodes College
465. Rice University
466. Rider University
467. Ringling College of Art & Design
468. Ripon College
469. Roanoke College
470. Rochester Institute of Technology
471. Rockland Community College
472. Roger WIlliams University
473. Rollins College
474. Roosevelt University
475. Rosemont College
476. Rowan University
477. Russell Sage College
478. Rutgers-New Brunswick
479. Rutgers-Newark
480. Sacred Heart University
481. Sage College of Albany
482. Saint Anselm College
483. Saint Joseph's College of Maine
484. Saint Joseph's University
485. Saint Leo University
486. Saint Martin's University
487. Saint Mary's College (CA)
488. Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
489. Saint Michael's College
490. Saint Peter's University
491. Saint Vincent College
492. Salem College
493. Salem State University
494. Salisbury University
495. Salve Regina University
496. Samford University
497. San Diego State University
498. San Francisco Conservatory of Music
499. San Francisco State University
500. San Jose City College
501. San Jose State University
502. Santa Clara University
503. Santa Fe Community College
504. Santa Fe University of Art and Design
505. Santa Monica College
506. Sarah Lawrence College
507. Savannah College of Art and Design
508. Savannah State University
509. Scripps College
510. Seattle Pacific University
511. Seattle University
512. Seton Hall University
513. Seton Hill University
514. Shenandoah University
515. Shepherd University
516. Shorter University
517. Siena College
518. Simmons College
519. Skidmore College
520. Slippery Rock University
521. Smith College
522. Soka University of America
523. Sonoma State University
524. South Carolina State University
525. South Dakota State University
526. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
527. Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville
528. Southern Methodist University
529. Southern Nazarene University
530. Southern New Hampshire University
531. Southern University at New Orleans
532. Spelman College
533. Spring Hill College
534. Springfield College
535. St. Bonaventure University
536. St. Catherine University
537. St. Edward's University
538. St. George's University
539. St. John Fisher College
540. St. John's College (MD)
541. St. John's College (NM)
542. St. John's University (NY)
543. St. Louis College of Pharmacy
544. St. Mary's College
545. St. Mary's College of Maryland
546. St. Norbert College
547. St. Olaf College
548. St. Petersburg College
549. St. Thomas Aquinas College
550. Stanford University
551. State University of New York - College of Environmental Science and Forestry
552. State University of New York at Albany
553. State University of New York at Binghamton
554. State University of New York at Buffalo State College
555. State University of New York at Cortland
556. State University of New York at Fredonia
557. State University of New York at New Paltz
558. State University of New York at Old Westbury
559. State University of New York at Oneonta
560. State University of New York at Oswego
561. State University of New York at Plattsburgh
562. State University of New York at Potsdam
563. State University of New York at Stony Brook
564. State University of New York-University at Buffalo
565. Stephen F. Austin State University
566. Stephens College
567. Sterling College
568. Stetson University
569. Stevens Institute of Technology
570. Stevenson University
571. Stonehill College
572. Suffolk University
573. Susquehanna University
574. Swarthmore College
575. Sweet Briar College
576. Syracuse University
577. Tarleton State University
578. Technion university
579. Temple University
580. Texas A&M University-College Station
581. Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
582. Texas A&M University-Galveston
583. Texas Christian University
584. Texas State University
585. Texas Tech University
586. Texas Woman's University
587. The King's College
588. The New School for Drama
589. The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
590. Thomas Aquinas College
591. Tiffin University
592. Touro College
593. Towson University
594. Transylvania University
595. Trine University
596. Trinity College (CT)
597. Trinity University
598. Troy University
599. Truman State University
600. Tufts University
601. Tulane University
602. Tusculum College
603. Tuskegee University
604. Union College
605. United States Air Force Academy
606. United States Coast Guard Academy
607. United States Merchant Marine Academy
608. United States Naval Academy
609. Unity College
610. University of Akron
611. University of Alabama
612. University of Alabama-Birmingham
613. University of Alabama-Huntsville
614. University of Alaska-Southeast
615. University of Arizona
616. University of Arkansas
617. University of Bridgeport
618. University of British Columbia
619. University of California-Berkeley
620. University of California-Davis
621. University of California-Irvine
622. University of California-Los Angeles
623. University of California-Merced
624. University of California-Riverside
625. University of California-San Diego
626. University of California-Santa Barbara
627. University of California-Santa Cruz
628. University of Central Florida
629. University of Chicago
630. University of Cincinnati
631. University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
632. University of Colorado-Boulder
633. University of Colorado-Denver
634. University of Connecticut
635. University of Dallas
636. University of Dayton
637. University of Delaware
638. University of Denver
639. University of Detroit Mercy
640. University of Edinburgh
641. University of Evansville
642. University of Findlay
643. University of Florida
644. University of Great Falls
645. University of Hartford
646. University of Hawaii-Manoa
647. University of Houston
648. University of Idaho
649. University of Illinois-Chicago
650. University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign
651. University of Indianapolis
652. University of Iowa
653. University of Kansas
654. University of Kentucky
655. University of La Verne
656. University of Louisiana at Lafayette
657. University of Louisville
658. University of Maine-Farmington
659. University of Maine-Orono
660. University of Mary
661. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
662. University of Mary Washington
663. University of Maryland Eastern Shore
664. University of Maryland-Baltimore County
665. University of Maryland-College Park
666. University of Maryland-University College
667. University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
668. University of Massachusetts-Amherst
669. University of Massachusetts-Boston
670. University of Massachusetts-Lowell
671. University of Memphis
672. University of Miami
673. University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
674. University of Minnesota-Morris
675. University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
676. University of Mississippi
677. University of Missouri-Columbia
678. University of Missouri-Kansas city
679. University of Montevallo
680. University of Mount Union
681. University of Nebraska-Omaha
682. University of Nevada-Las Vegas
683. University of Nevada-Reno
684. University of New England
685. University of New Hampshire
686. University of New Hampshire at Manchester
687. University of New Haven
688. University of New Mexico
689. University of New Orleans
690. University of North Carolina-Asheville
691. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
692. University of North Carolina-Charlotte
693. University of North Carolina-Wilmington
694. University of North Dakota
695. University of North Georgia
696. University of North Texas
697. University of Northern Colorado
698. University of Notre Dame
699. University of Oklahoma
700. University of Oregon
701. University of Pennsylvania
702. University of Pittsburgh
703. University of Pittsburgh-Greensburg
704. University of Portland
705. University of Puget Sound
706. University of Redlands
707. University of Rhode Island
708. University of Richmond
709. University of Rochester
710. University of San Diego
711. University of San Francisco
712. University of Saskatchewan
713. University of Scranton
714. University of South Carolina-Columbia
715. University of South Dakota
716. University of South Florida
717. University of South Florida-St. Petersburg Campus
718. University of Southern California
719. University of Southern Maine
720. University of St. Andrews
721. University of St. Thomas
722. University of Tampa
723. University of Tennessee
724. University of Texas-Arlington
725. University of Texas-Austin
726. University of Texas-Dallas
727. University of Texas-El Paso
728. University of Texas-San Antonio
729. University of the Pacific
730. University of the Sciences
731. University of Toronto
732. University of Tulsa
733. University of Utah
734. University of Vermont
735. University of Victoria
736. University of Virginia
737. University of Washington-Seattle
738. University of West Florida
739. University of Wisconsin-Madison
740. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
741. University of Wisconsin-River Falls
742. University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
743. University of Wyoming
744. Ursinus College
745. Utah State University
746. Utica College
747. Valdosta State University
748. Valparaiso University
749. Vanderbilt University
750. Vanguard University of Southern California
751. Vassar College
752. Villanova University
753. Virginia Commonwealth University
754. Virginia Military Institute
755. Virginia Tech
756. Virginia Wesleyan College
757. Wabash College
758. Wagner College
759. Wake Forest University
760. Warren Wilson College
761. Wartburg College
762. Washington and Jefferson College
763. Washington and Lee University
764. Washington College
765. Washington State University
766. Washington University in St. Louis
767. Webb Institute
768. Weber State University
769. Wellesley College
770. Wells College
771. Wentworth Institute of Technology
772. Wentworth Military Academy and College
773. Wesleyan College
774. Wesleyan University
775. West Chester University of Pennsylvania
776. West Virginia University
777. Western Carolina University
778. Western Connecticut State University
779. Western Michigan University
780. Western New England University
781. Western Oregon University
782. Western State Colorado University
783. Western Washington University
784. Westminster College (MO)
785. Westminster College (PA)
786. Westmont College
787. Wheaton College
788. Wheaton College (IL)
789. Wheelock College (MA)
790. Whitman College
791. Whittier College
792. Whitworth University
793. Widener University
794. Willamette University
795. William Jewell College
796. William Paterson University
797. Williams College
798. Wingate University
799. Winona State University (MN)
800. Winthrop University
801. Wittenberg University
802. Wofford College
803. Woodbury University
804. Worcester Polytechnic Institute
805. Worcester State University
806. Wright State University
807. Xavier University (OH)
808. Xavier University of Louisiana
809. Yale University
810. Yeshiva University
811. York College of Pennsylvania
812. York College of the City University of New York

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