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Greenlight Scholars Colleges G-O

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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 Greenlight Scholars partner colleges are special.

This is the second in a series of articles about the Greenlight Scholars Application. The first covers colleges A through F.

Gannon UniversityGannon University is situated close to Erie, Penn. and is near businesses, organizations and government agencies that are partners in helping students succeed. These organizations offer students internships and jobs.

Georgian Court University – A whopping 92 percent of the faculty at Georgian Court hold doctorates or terminal degrees. The college is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best regional colleges in the country.

Goshen College – Almost 43 percent of undergraduate students at Goshen College are students of color. Six percent of students also are from countries other than the U.S.

Illinois College – Students at Illinois College have the opportunity to take one of 90 classes embedded with diversity experience. There also is the option to completely immerse yourself in a diverse culture by participating in BreakAway trips, which are offered during break and focus around a specific topic.

Immaculata University – In 2016, 97 percent of Immaculata University’s graduating class were employed or in graduate school within a year of graduating. According to the U.S. Department of Education, IU’s median salary (10 years after entering the university) for former students is higher than the national average.

Lees-McRae CollegeLees-McRae College was named a College of Distinction within North Carolina because of its upward trajectory. Other recognitions include the Silver Bicycle Friendly University award and being the 23rd best regional college in the South.

Milwaukee School of EngineeringMSOE’s engineering program is ranked as tenth in the country. The college also boasts a 97 percent job placement rate.

Missouri University of Science and TechnologyMissouri S&T trains its students to be equipped to handle the global problems of tomorrow. Students are able to choose from 97 degree programs in 39 areas of study.

Northland College – Almost all — some 99 percent — of Northland students receive some form of financial aid. That aid includes scholarships, grants and loans.

Oklahoma Baptist UniversityOklahoma Baptist University was ranked as one of the top 10 regional colleges in the West by U.S. News and World Report. The same report has ranked the college as Oklahoma’s highest-rated regional college for the last 23 years in a row.

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