Youngstown State University (http://ysu.edu), an urban research university, emphasizes a creative, integrated approach to education, scholarship, and service. The University places students at its center; leads in the discovery, dissemination, and application of knowledge; advances civic, scientific, and technological development; and fosters collaboration to enrich the region and the world.
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Stark State College, North Canton, Ohio is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission & offers more than 230 associate degrees options and career enhancement certificates to over 19,000 students. Stark State is the largest of Stark County’s colleges and universities. In 2010, It was named as the fastest growing, public two-year college in the nation, with enrollment of 10,000 students or higher.
Lake Washington Institute of Technology (LWIT), Kirkland, Washington was founded in 1949 and offers over 44 programs, with more than 100 professional/ technical degree and certificate options. The college currently has over 250 experienced faculty members and serves more than 4,000 students every year. Kirkland is also close to the major employment centers of Seattle and Bellevue, and major employers such as Boeing & Microsoft.
Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia is a public research university founded in 1837. Marshall became a university in 1961 and has since grown tremendously. The University offers 68 baccalaureate programs and 52 graduate programs. The enrollment of Marshall University is approximately 14,000 students including 4,000 graduate and medical students.
Hiram College is a nationally respected institution that offers students a distinct learning environment with an emphasis on close student-faculty interactions, international study experiences, and experiential learning environments.
Students come from 35 states and 30 countries and represent more than 25 different religions. Between 50-60 percent of the College’s graduates go on to graduate school or professional school within five years of earning their degrees. The College was awarded a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s premier undergraduate honor society, in 1971.