Skip to comments.The 20 Best Conservative Colleges in America
Posted on 03/25/2014 6:35:19 PM PDT by SeekAndFind
Conservative colleges provide an important counterbalance to the progressivism and liberalism that pervade so much of American higher education. For students raised with traditional moral values, who favor limited government, who adhere to free-market economic principles, entering the world of higher education is too often an alienating experience.
For conservative students, it can be a challenge to find a college or university that embraces—or even tolerates—conservative values in its curriculum and student life. This ranking of the best conservative colleges in America helps conservative students and parents to find a school in keeping with their conservative values and commitments.
The 20 colleges and universities in this ranking are, in our view, the best schools in the United States that are friendly to conservative values. Some of the schools on this list are happy to be identified as conservative. Others might resist this designation, but nonetheless are places where conservative students can find a friendly home.
Located all over the country, some of the schools in this ranking (for example, Biola University) are boldly Christian institutions whose religious focus strongly flavors the atmosphere on campus. Others (such as Hillsdale College) take a more nonreligious or secular approach.
Several of the schools from both categories (religious and secular—for instance, Christendom College and Hillsdale respectively) refuse to accept any federal funding whatsoever, the better to maintain their intellectual and administrative independence.
But whatever their differences, all 20 schools in our ranking pride themselves on the seriousness with which they pursue their primary mission: not only maintaining rigorous academic standards and thus helping their students towards high intellectual attainment, but also inspiring in them the moral character, civic virtues, and fiscal responsibility typically associated with conservativism.
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Hillsdale College is a private, non-sectarian, coeducational, liberal arts college. It has a long tradition of patriotism. Four hundred students (proportionally, the most of any college in the country) fought for the Union in the Civil War, four of whom gained Congressional Medals of Honor. It was first college in America to officially prohibit any discrimination based on race, religion, or gender. Hillsdale College does not accept federal or state subsidies.
The rigorous core curriculum is rooted in the enduring truths of the Western tradition. It is one of only two colleges in the nation to require all students, regardless of major, to take a class in the U.S. Constitution. In addition to the core, all students take classes on Western Heritage and American Heritage. As Hillsdales mission states, Through education, the student rises to self-government.
Through Hillsdale Colleges Washington, D.C.–based Kirby Center, students may take part in the Hillsdale-Washington Internship Program (WHIP), which provides students internships in places like the White House, Congress, think tanks, and media outlets.
Conservative-leaning on-campus clubs include College Republicans, Young Americans for Freedom, Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), Classical Liberal Organization, Fairfield Society, and Students for Life.
(Grove City, PA)
Grove City College is a private, Christian, liberal arts school. According to their website, the college fosters intellectual, moral, spiritual and social development consistent with a commitment to Christian truth, morals and freedom. Rather than political, ideological, or philosophical agendas, objective truth continues as the goal of liberal learning.
Like Hillsdale College, Grove City College does not accept federal aid and is therefore able to operate free from government interference. The college has strong ties to a number of think tanks, including the conservative Center for Vision & Values and the libertarian Ludwig von Mises Institute. Although students are no longer required to sign statements of faith, any student taking 12 or more credits must attend 16 chapel services each semester.
Conservative-leaning on-campus clubs include College Republicans, College Libertarians, Entrepreneur, Life Advocates, and Student Government Association. Grove City also sponsors a College Democrats club.
(La Mirada, CA)
Biola University is a private, Christian university located in the heart of Southern California. It describes itself as a community where all faculty, staff, and students are professing Christians.
Though the university officially changed its name from Bible Institute of Los Angeles in 1949, secular Conservatives should be aware that all students are required to take 30 units of biblical studies. In addition to their chosen major, all Biola students graduate with a minor in Biblical Studies.
Perhaps as a result of the school’s biblical orientation, social issues tend to overshadow economic and policy issues at Biola. College Republicans, the only officially recognized political organization on campus, seeks to inform, register, and empower the next generation of Christian voters to make a political impact. A College Democrats club was formed in 2008, but is not yet officially recognized.
In 2009, Biola inaugurated a series of one-of-a-kind, annual Film Music Guild Conferences, which take advantage of the school’s proximity to Los Angeles to bring its student filmmakers and student composers together with top music and movie industry professionals.
The University of Dallas is a private, liberal arts university located in Irving, Texas. Affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church, the university is committed to the recovery and renewal of the Western heritage of liberal education.
The University of Dallas has a nationally recognized core curriculum based upon Western civilization. The 60-credit-hour sequence of classes that all students take, regardless of major, begins with the Greeks, then moves through the Scholastic thinkers of the Middle Ages, and on to the great philosophers, scientists, and men and women of letters of the modern period.
The university sponsors a chapter of the National Federation for College Republicans. Another Conservative student club is Students for Liberty at the University of Dallas (UDSFL), which connects and networks with like-minded people throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to advance any agenda that promotes individual freedom.
Liberty University was founded with the mission of Training Champions for Christ—aiming to produce graduates with the values, knowledge, and skills required to impact the world.
Founded by Reverend Jerry Falwell, Liberty commits to a curriculum based upon biblical truth, and is strongly affiliated with the Baptist Church. All students are required to attend chapel a minimum of three times weekly.
Students at Liberty are known for their fiscally and socially conservative views. Nearly every major on campus offers an academic organization, and students are encouraged to volunteer, join a club, or get involved with social issues. The College Republicans chapter, like every other political club at Liberty, has unofficial status, meaning it can use Liberty Universitys name, but does not receive any money from the university itself.
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(Point Lookout, MO)
College of the Ozarks is a Christian work college, dubbed Hard Work U by the Wall Street Journal. Instead of paying tuition, College of the Ozarks students work in a unique work-study program.
The college does not offer majors in politics or economics, though the academic mission of the school includes the encouragement of patriotic growth in their students. Convocations and chapel attendance are required.
Much of the curriculum is character-based. From Day One, students begin character education programs and are expected to abide by a dress code and honor code. Athletics and fine arts are the most popular activities and organizations on campus, though there is also student government.
Houston Baptist University is a Christian liberal arts university with ties to the Baptist Church. It aims to provide a learning experience that instills in students a passion for academic, spiritual, and professional excellence.
Houston Baptist offers undergraduate degrees in government and economics, along with many other subjects. In an attempt to provide students with a more holistic education, the curriculum combines the liberal arts with lessons and wisdom found in the Bible.
The most popular student clubs on campus are faith-based. A College Republicans organization has recently been refounded on campus, and is currently in the process of becoming a nationally recognized chapter.
(Virginia Beach, VA)
Regent University is a located on the Virginia coast, near Norfolk. It is a rigorous academic environment offering degrees in fields such as divinity, government, law, and leadership. Regent prides itself on being both conservative and Christian.
Though Regent operates through an interdenominational biblical perspective, its curriculum emphasizes smaller government, strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values. The Ronald Reagan Symposium—one of Regents signature events—features nationally and internationally known scholars who speak on topics such as The Future of Conservatism and The Future of American Culture. Another Regent event, Clash of the Titans, is an annual debate between leading political figures on topics such as the war in Iraq, presidential elections, the Middle East, and the American economic crisis.
Regent encourages all of its students to become involved on campus. Conservative clubs and organizations include chapters of the Republican National Lawyers Association and the Federalist Society. Interestingly, a Regent University Conservative Union is active on campus in place of a College Republicans chapter.
Regent is repeatedly listed as one of the best schools for home-schooled students and returning military.
Patrick Henry College is a classical Christian college. Its motto, Pro Christo et Libertate (For Christ and Liberty), embodies its mission to ground students in the great books of Western Civilization, history, philosophy, logic, and the foundations of freedom. Like Hillsdale College and Grove City College, Patrick Henry College does not accept federal aid or loans.
Patrick Henry College offers political tracks in Classical Liberal Arts, History, Literature, American Politics, International Politics, Political Theory, Strategic Intelligence, and Journalism. The colleges chancellor, Dr. Michael Farris, has authored 14 books, including two constitutional law textbooks, and has argued before the U.S. Supreme Court. He has also been awarded the Heritage Foundations Salvatori Award for American Citizenship.
The Patrick Henry curriculum culminates in apprenticeship. Students gain practical experience and conduct research through top-level internships in Washington, D.C., and beyond.
There are a number of politically conservative–themed student clubs and organizations on campus, including College Republicans, the Alexis de Tocqueville Society, and the International Justice Mission Club. Students for Life are also active on campus.
Brigham Young University (BYU) is a private university, owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS), better known as the “Mormons.” It is the largest religious university—and the third-largest private university—in the country.
BYU offers coursework on political thought, free market capitalism, and military service. Despite this, the University has a reputation for being more socially conservative than politically conservative. BYU strictly forbids alcohol and sex outside of marriage. Students also adhere to a dress and grooming policy. Students are required to follow an honor code in line with LDS teaching.
Though a College Republicans chapter exists on the BYU campus, the club has recently been demoted to informal status. While the club is allowed to exist on campus and use BYUs name, it no longer receives funds from the University.
(New York, NY)
The Kings College is a small but growing Christian college located at 56 Broadway, just one block off Wall Street in Manhattan’s Financial District. The College, now headed by its sixth president, Dr. Gregory Alan Thornbury, seeks to transform society by preparing students for careers in which they help to shape and eventually to lead strategic public and private institutions.
Kings core curriculum stresses Western Civilization, writing, politics, philosophy, and economics. By contrasting ideas based on eternal truths with more trendy ideologies, Kings students are prepared to serve in and eventually lead government, law, business, media, the arts, civil society, education, and the church. Professors include renowned Christian and conservative authors, while some of their adjunct writing professors hail from such well-known publications as the National Review, the Wall Street Journal, and World.
Students are members of houses, each of which is named after a conservative great, including C.S. Lewis, Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Winston Churchill, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
Harding University is the largest private university in Arkansas. Through a Christian perspective, it aims to promote an understanding of and respect for other cultures through an emphasis on liberty and justice.
All students at Harding are required to fulfill liberal arts requirements that include spiritual and moral values, in addition to communications and critical thinking, the individual and social environment, and the historical perspective. All Harding students sign a moral code and are held to high standards.
Each year, Harding students participate in a variety of programs from the American Studies Institute, including a series of lectures that expose students to conservative ideas. Past speakers have included Margaret Thatcher, John Ashcroft, William F. Buckley, Jr., Sean Hannity, Steve Forbes, and George W. Bush.
Both College Democrats and College Republicans are active on campus; the latter strives to develop all Republicans on campus into an intelligent, aggressive, cooperative, and informative Republican group. Students for Life is also active on the Harding campus.
Franciscan University of Steubenville is a Catholic institution. Based on the strong liberal arts tradition and the teachings of the Catholic church, Franciscan is steeped in conservative intellectual and social philosophy. Much of Franciscans curriculum is devoted to obtaining a deeper knowledge of the history, philosophy, and culture that shaped Western Civilization.
Many faculty members have distinguished themselves in conservative scholarship. For example, Dr. Stephen Krason, a political science professor, has written a number of books about the founding fathers and the Constitution, while another professor, Brian Scharnecchia of the Legal Studies program, is the author of a three-volume work advocating a conservative approach to family issues.
For conservative students interested in human life issues, the Institute of Bioethics at Franciscan teaches students to think, speak, and act intelligently about abortion, euthanasia, the institution of marriage, and other ethical issues that impact society.
Volunteerism, public policy, and conservative political groups are popular among Franciscan students. Franciscan does not host a College Republicans chapter, but student government—which is made up of executive staff, student senate, and justices—is popular. Students for Life is also present on campus.
(Ave Maria, FL)
Ave Maria University is a private, Catholic university located in southwest Florida. It is known for its exceptional academics and faithfulness to the teachings of the Catholic Church. According to its website, Ave Maria is committed to offering one of the finest classical liberal arts curricula available, as well as opportunities for specialized study in all of the sciences, social sciences, and humanities.
Ave Maria offers 12 undergraduate degrees, including Economics and History. Politics is offered as a concentration. Students, regardless of major, must complete all of the core curriculum, which includes a full year of Latin and theology, though history and political science are also required.
Ave Maria is considered more socially than politically conservative. Mass is popular among students, and is offered multiple times each day. The university hosts a chapter of College Republicans. Students for Life is also one of the universitys most popular campus organizations.
(Front Royal, VA)
Christendom College is a small, Catholic college located in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The college was founded by a group of Catholics concerned with the direction of higher education. The college aims to teach students to distinguish truth from error or distortion, and then to communicate truth accurately, effectively, and convincingly to others.
Christendoms core curriculum includes the study of Catholic doctrine, philosophy, mathematics, and science. Students spend a junior-year semester in Rome, an opportunity offering cultural and intellectual enrichment to the college’s liberal arts curriculum.
Students at Christendom are encouraged to participate in student clubs and organizations. Conservative-leaning clubs on the Christendom campus include the Chester-Belloc Debate Society, and College Republicans. Also worth noting is the fact the entire school participates in the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
Like several other colleges on this list, Christendom College maintains its intellectual independence by refusing all federal funding.
Pepperdine is a private, research university that overlooks the Pacific Ocean near Malibu, California. Though officially non-denominational, it is affiliated with the Churches of Christ. Pepperdine offers undergraduate students a variety of majors, including American Politics, American Studies, Economics, International Studies, and Political Science.
All students, regardless of major, take courses in the Western Heritage, Religion (three classes), and the American Experience as part of the core curriculum. The purpose of Pepperdines interdisciplinary core is to develop each student into a broadly educated person.
Pepperdine offers a wide variety of student clubs and organizations, including College Republicans and College Libertarians. Young Democrats is also present on campus.
Though chapel and convocation are not required, multiple chapels exist on campus for student use.
Thomas More is a small liberal arts college located in southern New Hampshire. The college emphasizes classical education through the perspective of Roman Catholic traditions. The college aims to prepare a new generation of leaders to defend the Christian and free market roots of American society.
For this reason, Thomas More’s curriculum carefully guides students through the best that has been written and thought throughout the history of Western Civilization. Students graduate with a full knowledge of literature, politics, philosophy, art, and architecture. Students spend a full semester during their sophomore year in Rome, Italy, where they experience the significance of Rome on the formation of Western civilization.
While formal religious observance is not required of Thomas More students, most are practicing Catholics. The school is more socially than politically conservative, and there are no politically themed on campus.
Instead, Thomas More has established a series of guilds inspired by those of medieval times. In their spare time, students participate in these guilds and gain practical skills and experience in areas such as woodworking, sacred art, homesteading, and music.
(Santa Paula, CA)
Thomas Aquinas College (TAC) is a small Catholic college located in Southern California. Thomas Aquinas does not offer any majors or minors. Rather, the entire curriculum is comprised of the Great Books of Western civilization.
All TAC students graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts. Music, mathematics, science, philosophy, language, and theology are all included in the program. Classes are taught using the Socratic method, without textbooks.
Thomas Aquinas College encourages its students to participate fully in their close-knit community, and there are many campus-based groups students can sign up for. The most popular clubs include the St. Genesius Players (a drama club), the choir, and the Bushwhackers, a group that maintains local trails and organizes hiking trips.
(Hampden Sydney, VA)
Hampden-Sydney is an all-mens liberal arts college located in central Virginia. Founded in 1775, it is the oldest private charter college in the Southern United States. The college’s mission is to form good men and good citizens in an atmosphere of sound learning.
Every Hampden-Sydney student must prepare for and pass the Rhetoric Proficiency Exam, a three-hour essay that is graded on coherence of argument, quality of argument, style in which the argument is presented, and grammatical correctness. To prepare, students must pass two rhetoric classes in their first two semesters.
HampdenSydney’s honor code is one of the strictest in the nation. Each man must pledge not to lie, cheat, or steal, or to tolerate others who do. This oath is considered binding for life.
Each of Hampden-Sydneys more than 40 student clubs is student-run. There are sports clubs, religious clubs, a radio station, and multiple social fraternities. Political clubs include College Republicans, the Madisonian Society, Students for Liberty, and Young Democrats.
Hampden-Sydneys College Republicans host special guest speakers and are actively involved in a number of campaigns on the local, state, and national levels. The club has been recognized as The Most Outstanding Middle-Size Organization at past annual state conventions.
(College Station, TX)
Texas A&M is a public research university located in northeastern Texas. The first public institution of higher education in Texas, it is now the fourth-largest university in the United States. The campus is also the home of the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library.
Though a secular institution, Texas A&M has a reputation for being both socially and politically conservative. The university’s general education requirements are standard for a large public university, with classes required in the humanities, U.S. history, and political science.
There are over 800 student clubs on campus, many of them politically themed. The school also has a strong military tradition.
In recent years, there has been some tension among the political groups on campus. One group, Texas Aggie Conservatives, petitioned to ban radical leftist speakers from the campus. In another incident, the same group sued the university when their request for club funding was denied (though funding was eventually offered).
I encourage everyone to check out the free (Donations please) online courses in the constitution from Hillsdale college.
If I had college age children, I would look into these colleges, and other conservative and/or faith based institutions. So many colleges are liberal, and libertine in their curricula and social life, that in my opinion, they should be avoided. There’s anecdotal evidence that young people become corrupted in their world views at such places.
I grew up about 20 miles from Hillsdale and its a solidly conservative area.
North Greenville University, Greenville, SC.
There are 20? I would have guessed less than 10.
Brigham Young has a campus on Oahu. (Not important-—just an FYI)
When I read the Texas A & M was in this list of most conservative colleges I thought Wait did I read a thread about some Leftist Wacked professor at A&M
But these days you just dont seem to be able to get away from Left thinking anywhere.
I know grads from Biola and Pepperdine.
People from Biola will readily acknowledge the religious content of their studies.
I doubt there is much religion left at Pepperdine, or at least nobody I know from there ever mentioned it.
Here in diabolical SoCal, there are also Vanguard, Costa Mesa and Concordia, Irvine (Lutheran). Both religious schools.
So many colleges are liberal, and libertine in their curricula and social life, that in my opinion, they should be avoided. Theres anecdotal evidence that young people become corrupted in their world views at such places.
Nothing anecdotal about it. The majority of colleges/universities in the U.S. could be described as progressive indoctrination programs.
RE: When I read the Texas A & M was in this list of most conservative colleges I thought Wait did I read a thread about some Leftist Wacked professor at A&M
I think this list takes into account the MAJORITY of college professors. This gun grabber might be one of the few exceptions compared to most other colleges ( where he would be part of the majority ).
No argument from me.
Like I said; You cant get away from them.
On the other hand this may be the professors only foray in to Leftist thinking.
At least she is proposing a constitutional remedy for what she thinks is an error in the constitution rather than the typical Leftist idea of lets pass an unconstitutional law and make people do what we want.
I would have put The Citadel on the list - at least when I was there.
I did take the free courses from Hillsdale. They were pretty basic.
Glad to see that Franciscan University and Christendom College are on the list. I just downloaded the curriculum from Christendom and am working my way through the reading list. I figure that if we’re going to save some remnants of Western Civilization for a future generation centuries from now, we need as many people as possible to know this stuff.
I don’t think there are 20 of them
They aquired a law school, and she is from that school.
My son is there and I am pleasantly pleased with is education.
I can’t believe Baylor is not on that list. It’s by far one of the best conservative colleges in the nation.
An interesting list.
If we can swing it financially, it’s where my 18yo will be come August. Awesome place. :)
Even though those looking for trouble can and will find it anywhere, Baylor is one of the only places outside of a church where I have encountered positive pier pressure (pressure to do the RIGHT thing)
It is my belief that the years between 18 and 25 are the most important to determining your character as an adult. Send them to a ivy league liberal arts college or a “party school” and when they get out (if they even graduate).. you wont even recognize them or what they have become.
Plus, the chance of meeting your future spouse in college is relatively high, and Baylor is overflowing with top notch potential husband and wives from good conservative Christian families.
Some fine schools. Worth the incredible tuition and fees? Questionable.
Concordia is a joke. Our family member’s currently earning a MS at CUI. Not much of a Christian or Conservative institution. Lots of partying on and off campus. A number of students being either expelled or arrested for criminal behavior. Not to mention the lack of solid biblical and conservative teaching.
>> I cant believe Baylor is not on that list. Its by far one of the best conservative colleges in the nation. <<
Maybe the school is not approved by many conservatives, due to the fact that its President — Ken Whatshisname — did such a poor job of investigating the suspicious death of Vince Foster!
RE: I would have put The Citadel on the list - at least when I was there.
Which makes me wonder why the US Naval Academy and US Military academy aren’t on the list...
RE: Some fine schools. Worth the incredible tuition and fees?
Grove City College ( #2 on the list ),
Room & Board: $8,472
Books & Supplies: $1,000
And oh yeah, every student gets a laptop computer which is theirs to take home after they graduate.
They don’t teach fluff courses. They don’t accept any Federal money.
Grove City College is ranked 17th in the nation for career services by the Princeton Review for its dynamic and active efforts to help students get started on future career paths.
In 2013, Ninety-six percent of the most recent graduating class is employed or in a graduate or professional school within 6 months of graduation, according to the college’s Career Services Office. That figure matches the numbers for the class of 2012 six months after they graduated.
I love it more every time I visit there. Thanks for the encouragement. :)
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ha! my top three i mentioned on another thread yesterday are the top three listed here... as far as i am concerned, the top three here are the Ivy League :)
Here's a fact that jumped out to me re. #1 - Hillsdale College:
It was first college in America to officially prohibit any discrimination based on race, religion, or gender. Hillsdale College does not accept federal or state subsidies.
Conservative = non-discrimination. One of those things that makes you say, "Hmmm. "
“It is my belief that the years between 18 and 25 are the most important to determining your character as an adult.”
I disagree. I think character is formed at a much younger age.
“Send them to a ivy league liberal arts college or a ‘party school’ and when they get out (if they even graduate).. you wont even recognize them or what they have become.”
Again, I disagree. My son is nearing the halfway point through an Ivy League and is probably more conservative than the day he left home. By the way, the graduation rate at the Ivy League schools is somewhere in the high 90s%.
Like I said, character is formed by the time they leave high school.
There are some decent schools on this list (and I agree that Baylor should be on it, and might well be the star of the list if it were on it), but this list has more than one lacuna.
As well, this list is a tacit admission that we have ceded the heights of our culture to the barbarians, at least in the field of education, and further, we have no hope of recapturing those lost territories.
The first point is undeniably true - we HAVE ceded the heights of our culture to the barbarians. I'm unwilling to concede on the second point.
But, for the vast majority of parents who basically leave this basic responsibility up to the schools... the result of sending your child to a school that tilts WAY left will be devastating to conservative parents.
And even at that school they encounter on a daily basis environmental indoctrination that I must counter at home.
And that's at a extremely conservative school, I can't imagine what they are teaching at the public schools.
And if a parent is not paying attention the school will be the one who imprints it's values on your child.
Then we should encourage solving these problems where they begin - at a very young age.
Trying to fix the problem by applying the band-aid of sending our children off to colleges and universities that don't offend our sensibilities seems to me to just prolong their adolescence, and does nothing to wage the battle to establish beachheads in our elite institutions, with the long-term goal of re-taking them.
Of course, you pinged the homeschool list, and we were homeschoolers through grade school. It was the single best educational, social, psychological, moral, and spiritual decision we made for our sons.
And most important of all for parents is, pray constantly. A lot. Because it's God Who really does it.
You sound like you are a great parent :)
Good luck, I am sure your kids will do well wherever they go because of the time you took to teach them yourself.
Thanks. It’s been a blast, so far.
My homeschooled son graduated from Hampden Sydney.
From what I read, Hampden Sydney sounds like a very good college to attend.
It is a very good school. My son loved it there.
There is something about the mental illness called “Leftism” that encourages grouping. I believe it is because they know they’re not normal and desire group reinforcement. They’re highly partisan and violently resistant to outside thought. Hence the modern college campus.
I’d like to see some Texas A&M law grads on the SCOTUS. The Ivy league seems to produce a lot of duds. They’ve run our country into the ground. It’s time to go to our back up schools.
I went looking for a thread and found one.
See above conservative universities. Many are Roman Catholic.
Lots of students in my high school went to Harding. It’s extremely expensive though (like Henderson).
Thomas Aquinas College is in such a great location it’s hard to believe anyone graduates. It’s between Santa Paula and Ojai, CA.
Baylor has lots of scholarship opportunities. I have a neice that went there.
I saw this thread when first posted.
There are some nice schools, here.
I'll drop you a short note via private FR e-mail.
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