Founded in 1850, Hiram College cherishes its heritage as an institution of academic excellence and rare distinction. College costs are rising everywhere, but Hiram guarantees tuition will not increase over a student's four years. In our unique semester system, students study a normal course load for twelve weeks, and then spend the last three weeks concentrating on one class. Small class sizes mean individualized attention. Hiram students get to know their professors on a one-on-one level, collaborating in research and fieldwork. All study abroad programs are run in-house, with Hiram staff and professors shaping and leading each trip. Twenty-nine percent of the Class of 2011 studied abroad. Classroom instruction meets real world application through our seven Centers of Distinction, which bring in speakers, provide internships, hold workshops and more. Established in 1967, this treasure trove of natural resources provides students with the opportunity to supplement classroom activities with hands-on learning experiences.
Founded in 1990 as International College, Hodges University has established itself as one of the premier private universities in the State of Florida. The name was changed to Hodges University in May, 2007 to honor a generous gift by Earl and Thelma Hodges, long-time residents of Naples and avid supporters of the institution. Hodges University is regionally accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate, Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees. Providing students with programs that prepare them for careers, Hodges believes in flexible class scheduling, allowing students to attend weekly classes that suit their busy lifestyles. The University also meets the needs of today’s students by offering a wide variety of academic delivery methods and student services, both on campus and in the distance education arena.
Hunter College, located in the heart of bustling Manhattan, is the largest college in the City University of New York (CUNY) system. Founded in 1870, it is also one of the oldest public colleges in the country. Currently, 21,000 students attend Hunter, pursuing both undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 170 different programs of study. Hunter College is famous for the diversity of its student body, which is as diverse as New York City itself. For nearly 140 years, it has provided educational opportunities for women and minorities, and today, students from every walk of life and every corner of the world convene at Hunter in pursuit of the American Dream. Hunter is also the home of world-renowned research centers, including the Center for Study of Gene Structure and Function, the Center for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO), and the Brookdale Center on Aging, just to name three.
iCarnegie, Inc., is an educational affiliate of Carnegie Mellon University and provider of modern, world-class software systems development curriculum and professional certifications. Worldwide, there is a need to increase the number of well-trained, advanced software development personnel who must know more than just basic programming or hold vendor-specific expertise. These professionals must have a depth and breadth of skills in modern technologies, but must also possess fundamental knowledge in how to approach programming, problem solving, software design, professional-grade development and testing, and software engineering and life-cycle management. As a subsidiary of Carnegie Mellon University, iCarnegie has been charged with an ambitious mission: Develop courses, programs, teaching methods and learning technologies to change the world by transforming lives. We work with governments, organizations and businesses to deliver tailored curricula that enhance the productivity of teachers, students and employees.
Idaho State University, a Carnegie-classified doctoral research high and teaching institution founded in 1901, attracts students from around the world to its Idaho campuses. At the main campus in Pocatello, and at locations in Meridian, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls, ISU offers access to high-quality education in more than 280 programs. Almost 14,500 students attend ISU, receiving education and training in those programs. Idaho State University is the state's designated lead institution in health professions and medical education.
Illinois Institute of Technology is a national, technological, Ph.D.-granting research university, with world-renowned programs. Founded in 1940 and tracing its roots back to the 1890s with the founding of Armour Institute of Technology and Lewis Institute, IIT brings a focused, interdisciplinary approach to education, including the Interprofessional Projects Program. With five campuses throughout the Chicago area and alumni around the world, IIT pairs the educational and cultural experiences of America's Second City with the small feel of an undergraduate population of just over 2300 and total population of just over 7400. Mission: To provide distinctive and relevant education in an environment of scientific, technological, and professional knowledge creation and innovation. Vision: IIT will be internationally recognized in distinctive areas of education and research, using as its platform the global city of Chicago, driven by a professional and technology-oriented focus, and based on a culture of innovation and excellence.
Illinois State University’s campus is in the twin-city community of Bloomington-Normal near the geographic center of the state. The University is one of 12 public universities in Illinois. Its academic departments offer more than 160 major/minor options in the Colleges of Applied Science and Technology, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Fine Arts, and Mennonite College of Nursing. The Graduate School coordinates 41 master's, specialist, and doctoral programs. The University's academic programs are supported by the services and collections of Milner Library, which contains more than three million holdings and special collections. The University enrolls students from throughout Illinois, 40 other states, the District of Columbia, and 61 other countries. Students are mentored by a faculty that includes numerous teacher-scholars recognized at national and international levels, and all are dedicated to superior teaching.
The Computer Science Department is one of three principal department-like entities in the School of Informatics, which also includes the Department of Informatics at IU Bloomington and the IUPUI School of Informatics in Indianapolis. In July of 2007, Mike Dunn, the founding Dean of the School, retired, and was succeeded by Bobby Schnabel. They look forward to further developing the strengths of their Department under the new Dean's leadership and to combining the many diverse research areas represented across the entire School to enhance and expand the opportunities for undergraduate and graduate education in Computer Science. Computer Science is a rapidly evolving discipline, and in the coming years an exciting diversity of opportunities will become available for highly-trained computer scientists.
Established in Gary, Indiana, in 1963, IU Northwest is located on a 36-acre campus in the northwest corner of the state. They are a focal point for their students and the region offering nationally recognized degree programs, a diverse student body, a supportive environment, and unique cultural opportunities. Whether you're just finishing high school or thinking about college to advance your career, Indiana University Northwest offers you the opportunity to earn a prestigious IU degree that is respected throughout Indiana, the nation, and the world. As part of the Indiana University system, IU Northwest provides all the services and opportunities of a large university combined with the advantages and atmosphere of a small college.
As Indiana’s premier urban public research university, IUPUI believes in the power of transformation. We are committed to providing educational opportunities that transform the lives of our students, our community, and the changing world around us.
It was this commitment that was behind the merger of the Indianapolis campuses and programs of Indiana University and Purdue University—some of which are more than 100 years old—that won accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission in 1969, creating IUPUI.
And it’s what binds us together today. We’re now Indiana’s premier urban research university offering more than 200 degree programs from both Indiana University and Purdue University.