Frostburg State University
Frostburg State University, situated in the beautiful mountains of Western Maryland, provides its diverse student body with a learner-centered academic environment created by a low student-faculty ratio and an emphasis on teaching. FSU students connect with the world at large through opportunities to engage in community service, leadership development, undergraduate research, internships in nearly every major and international study.
With 45 undergraduate and 15 graduate programs, strong disciplines in liberal arts and sciences, business, education, environmental studies and leadership draw students from across the region and around the world.
University of Mary Washington
Ranked #2 in our class by U.S. News and World Report and in the
top ten nationally in Peace Corps alumni, and with a Pulitzer-prize
winning poet on the faculty, UMW is an institution on the move. Our
spectacular two campuses - one park-like and intimate, nestled in
the picturesque, culturally lively city of Fredericksburg, and the
other a sleek, high tech graduate and professional campus in the
growing technology corridor of Stafford - offer you the best of all
Founded in 1950 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary, Marymount is a comprehensive, coeducational Catholic university located just minutes from the nation's capital.
Marymount's academic programs combine a strong liberal arts
foundation with solid career preparation. Ethics and values are
emphasized here, as is service to others. Marymount's mission is to
educate the whole person, preparing students to achieve personal
and professional success.
Salisbury University, located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland,
is a regionally accredited, four-year comprehensive university
offering 55 distinct undergraduate and graduate degree programs. We
are 30 miles from the beaches and 2.5 hours from Washington, DC and
St. Mary's College of Maryland
Non-sectarian since its founding in 1840, St. Mary's College of Maryland enjoys a unique status in public higher education as Maryland's public honors college. Because it is a coeducational state college, St. Mary's is committed to the ideals of affordability, accessibility, and diversity. As Maryland's public honors college, St. Mary's offers an undergraduate, liberal arts education and small-college experience like those found at exceptional private colleges.
St. Mary's shares the hallmarks of private institutions: an
outstanding faculty, talented students, high academic standards, a
challenging curriculum, small classes, a sense of community, and a
spirit of intellectual inquiry. By combining the virtues of public
and private education, St. Mary's provides a unique alternative for
students and their families. This special identity underpins the
College's success and its reputation for excellence. Its
spectacular waterfront setting in the heart of the Chesapeake Bay
region, 70 miles southeast of Washington, D.C. and 95 miles south
of Baltimore, enhances the College's uniqueness. The St. Mary's
campus is one of uncommon charm, inspiring a powerful sense of
Founded in 1873 as a preparatory school, Wesley College has a covenant relationship with the United Methodist Church. The College offers 30 bachelors, four associates, and master's degrees in nursing, education, business administration and environmental science in a multi-denominational, multi-cultural campus setting.
Wesley College and its athletic facilities are located on 50
acres in historic Dover, Delaware. Dover is the capital of the
nation's first state and has 35,000 residents. The campus is
situated in Dover's major residential community with stores and
banks in easy walking distance and malls a short commute.
York College of Pennsylvania
York College of Pennsylvania is a private-sector, independent institution of higher education, which focuses on offering baccalaureate degree programs in the arts and sciences, as well as professional programs. Students may also enroll in courses leading to the associate degree and the master's degree in selected professional fields.
The College draws its 4,400 full-time undergraduate and 1500
part-time and graduate students from some 30 states and 15 foreign
countries. The College occupies a 115-acre, park-like, suburban
campus, in the rolling hills of the south central part of the
state. York is an economically vibrant area, with a solid
industrial base as well as productive service and agricultural
centers. Close to the heart of "Pennsylvania Dutch" country and the
spectacular Susquehanna River recreation area, York is one hour
from Baltimore, two hours from Philadelphia or Washington, D.C.,
and four hours from New York City, Pittsburgh, or Richmond.