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Greenlight Scholars Colleges A-F

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The Greenlight Scholars Application is unique because it connects students like you with wonderful colleges across the country. Here’s why the Greenlight Scholars partner colleges are special.

Alverno College – Located in Milwaukee, Alverno College is one of the nation’s largest Catholic colleges for women. Alverno offers undergraduate courses that encourage students to connect with the world around them. Graduate classes are open to men.

Briar Cliff UniversityBriar Cliff sees equal importance in a student’s academics and their extracurricular activities. Briar Cliff stresses a focus on creating well-rounded students.

Carleton CollegeCarleton boasts some of the best financial aid in the country. The school is committed to meeting 100 percent of financial need to all admitted students.

Carroll UniversityCarroll is the first institution to open in the state of Wisconsin. The university opened two years before Wisconsin became a state.

The College of Wooster – At the College of Wooster, each student works one-on-one with a faculty mentor to complete a significant research project. These projects can begin as early as the second semester of freshman year.

Cornell CollegeCornell College was the first college west of the Mississippi River to grant women the same rights as men. Cornell awarded its first degree to a woman in 1858.

Drake University – Students at Drake get the opportunity to take first-year seminars with topics such as Contextualizing Beyoncé and Comics & Social Diversity. These classes are less than 21 students and focus on dialogue among students.

Elmhurst College – Students who attend Elmhurst get the unique experience of living in a suburb that is a 30-minute train ride from Chicago. Students can experience the resources of a small, tight-knit campus with the opportunity of a bustling city nearby.

Eureka CollegeEureka College recognizes that not every major will fit each individual student’s needs. Because of that, students are allowed to design their own major with the assistance of a faculty advisor.

Fontbonne UniversityFontbonne University students can mentor and mold young minds by working youth camps. These camps allow students the opportunity to mentor and teach children from elementary to middle school.

Stay tuned for two more articles, which will be linked here, exploring Greenlight Scholars colleges. 

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