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Valley Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in soccer,
basketball, cross country, tennis and volleyball.
Enrollment: 2,956 undergraduate
Top academic majors: Culinary arts, baking and
pastry arts, applied food studies, culinary science,
hospitality management, food business management.
What sets them apart: Immersive, experiential
learning, including 1,300-plus hands-on hours, a
résumé-building internship at one of more than
2,000 top properties, and real-world experience in
our award-winning restaurants. The CIA’s trademark
foundation of skills, knowledge and professionalism
prepares students for diverse career opportunities.
And CIA graduates benefit from an unrivaled industry
network of more than 50,000 alumni.
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Year founded: 1857
Campus: 585-acre campus
Student life: More than 140 clubs and organizations,
NCAA Division I and Division II athletics, 13 fraternities
and sororities, 85,000-square-foot recreation
center, nine dining options and modern housing.
Number of faculty: 312
Student-to-faculty ratio: 15:1
Sports: Seventeen men’s and women’s NCAA
sports, plus intercollegiate wheelchair basketball and
Enrollment: 4,834 (3,572 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Art/cinema, nursing, early
childhood and special education, criminal justice,
social work, human performance.
What sets them apart: Edinboro students prepare
for careers and life through opportunities for handson
learning, collaborative research with faculty, global
travel and internships. From animation and graphic
design to nursing, teaching and more, Edinboro’s five
colleges and schools, and more than 100 majors and
minors, provide everything you need to succeed.
FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
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Year founded: 1898
Campus: A comprehensive, regional, largely
residential university located in Frostburg, Md., on a
260-acre campus in the scenic highlands of western
Maryland. Frostburg is about two hours from Washington,
D.C., Baltimore and Pittsburgh.
Student life: Diverse and engaged student body with
more than 100 student organizations and hundreds
of events and festivals annually. Leadership
opportunities and internships are a hallmark of
Frostburg State. Students find legacy, community
and friendship here.
Number of faculty: 367
Student-to-faculty ratio: 17:1
Sports: Twenty-two NCAA Division II teams.
Men’s: Baseball, basketball, cross country, football,
lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis and track & field;
Women’s: Acrobatics and tumbling, basketball, cross
country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball,
swimming, tennis, track and field and volleyball.
Enrollment: 5,178 (4,429 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Business, nursing, psychology,
health sciences, biology
What sets them apart: FSU makes real-world learning
part of every student experience through internships,
research and out-of-classroom experiences.
Frostburg emphasizes a sense of legacy, community
and friendship in its diverse community of learners.
Out-of-state students within 120 miles of Frostburg
can qualify for savings of up to $5,000 per year.
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Year founded: 1848
Campus: Located on a campus of 55 acres in
Beaver Falls, Pa., 35 miles northwest of Pittsburgh.
Student life: Co-curricular activities at Geneva
include campus clubs, student leadership, intramural
sports, theater, concert choir, concert and marching
bands, student publications and Christian ministries.
Number of faculty: 68 full-time
Student-to-faculty ratio: 13:1
Sports: Members of the Presidents’ Athletic Conference
of the NCAA Division III. Men: Football, basketball,
baseball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and
field, cross country, soccer and volleyball. Women:
Basketball, golf, volleyball, tennis, indoor and outdoor
track and field, cross country, soccer and softball.
Enrollment: 1,430 (1,263 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Engineering, business,
education, computer science, biology, psychology
What sets them apart: U.S. News & World Report
recognized Geneva College as No. 3 Best Value
Regional University (North). Kiplinger’s places Geneva
on its prestigious top 100 list of national Private
Universities of Value.
INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PA (IUP)
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Year founded: 1875
Campus: In-town in scenic western Pennsylvania,
Student life: Choose from more than 200 clubs and
organizations. Take in a free movie or live performance,
go Greek, volunteer, snuggle a dog before the
big test or tap your inner artist at Chalk the Walk. You
won’t be able to do it all, but you can sure try.
Number of faculty: 704
Student-to-faculty ratio: 15:1
Sports: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference in
NCAA Division II. Men’s: Baseball, basketball, cross
country, football, golf, swimming, track and field.
Women’s: Basketball, cross country, field hockey,
lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track
and field. Plus cheerleading, club sports like rugby
and paintball, and a large intramurals program.
Enrollment: 10,348 (8,279 undergraduate,
Top academic majors: Nursing, criminology, biology,
management, psychology, safety sciences.
What sets them apart: At IUP, you won’t be on your
own. Our expert professors pride themselves in their
mentorship and will guide you through your college
career. If you don’t know what to major in, that’s OK.
Join our exploratory studies program, where you’ll
get the guidance you need to find your path.
MOUNT ALOYSIUS COLLEGE
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Year founded: 1853
Campus: Mount Aloysius College, located on a
beautiful 193-acre campus in Cresson, Pa., provides
a safe, vibrant learning community. Students enjoy
both the security of the campus and the proximity to
State College to the east and Pittsburgh to the west.
Mount Aloysius College is minutes away from all the
amenities of Altoona and Johnstown, Pa.
Student life: Mount Aloysius College offers more
than 100 student organizations, service opportunities,
social events and intramural programs each year.
Number of faculty: 175
Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1
Sports: 15 Division III teams
Enrollment: Approx. 2,500 unduplicated headcount
Top academic majors: Nursing, business administration,
medical imaging, biology, information
POINT PARK UNIVERSITY
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Year founded: 1960
Campus: In the heart of Downtown Pittsburgh; 17
properties and affiliated locations, including five
residence halls, student center, Pittsburgh Playhouse
and Center for Media Innovation.
Student life: More than 50 clubs and organizations,
including student government and media.
Number of faculty: 154 full-time educators and
Student-to-faculty ratio: 11:1
Sports: Eighteen varsity sports — men’s and