Alumnae Association of Smith College: Official college source for alumnae relations. Contains directories of alumae, events, news, links to alumnae clubs and classes, and general and Smith College news

Anna Maria College: A Catholic institution of higher education dedicated to the liberal arts and professional studies

Babson College: An internationally recognized leader in management education. Its excellence in entrepreneurship studies, involved and supportive teaching faculty, and curriculum innovations are widely respected and often emulated. Babson has achieved its preeminence by focus: focus on students, curriculum reform, facilities renewal, and alumni involvement

Bentley University: Nearly 4,200 undergraduate, 1,600 graduate and 3,000 continuing education students learn in an environment that integrates information technology with a broad business and liberal arts curriculum, gaining knowledge, interpersonal skills and experience for careers in a global economy

Boston College: Boston College is a coeducational university with an average student population of 8,700 undergraduates, 4,500 graduate students representing every state and 85 foreign countries. Founded in 1863, it is one of the oldest Jesuit, Catholic universities in the United States

Boston University: An independent, co-educational, and non-sectarian institution of higher education and research located along the banks of the Charles River in Boston, Massachusetts. It is the third largest independent university in the United States with 30,000 students

Brandeis University: The only nonsectarian Jewish-sponsored college or university in the United States

Clark University: Founded in 1887, Clark University is the second oldest graduate school in the United States, comprising a rich and exciting academic and regional history

College of the Holy Cross: Founded in 1843 by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) in Worcester, Massachusetts, the College is a highly selective, four year, undergraduate, liberal arts institution and is ranked among the nation's leading four year liberal arts colleges

Framingham State University: Strong liberal arts focus

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering: Official site provides news and information about the campus, academics, admissions, scholarships, faculty, and student life

Gordon College: Christian college. Profile, admissions, academic information, athletics and information about donations. [Wenham, MA

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary: A multi-denominational evangelical seminary with campuses located in Boston and South Hamilton MA, and Charlotte NC. The seminary offers Masters, Doctoral and distance learning programs and enables the student to become preacher or teacher, evangelist or missionary, theologian or pastor

Harvard University: The oldest institution of higher learning in the United States

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts: Coeducational, public, residential, four-year liberal arts college located in North Adams, M

Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Admissions information, events calendar, visitor's information and news items

MIT Alumni Association: Includes alumni directory, clubs and classes

Mount Holyoke College: Founded by Mary Lyon in 1837, when higher education for women was a revolutionary idea, Mount Holyoke College is the nation's oldest continuing institution of higher education for women, the first of the "Seven Sister" colleges, and one of the finest liberal arts colleges in the country

Mount Ida College: A student-centered education through rigorous academic, leadership, and service learning experiences for a diverse community of learners whose individual members practice civility, contribute positively to society, and demonstrate competence in their careers

New England School of Law: Offers three programs leading to the Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree. The day division is geared to students who can study law full time. The evening division is for those who will be working while they attend law school. The third program, one of very few like it in the country, is the Special Part-time Program, specifically for students with primary childrearing responsibilities

Newbury College: Offers bachelor and associate degree programs and certificate programs to day and evening students

Nichols College: Degrees from BA through MBA

Pine Manor College: A four-year liberal arts college dedicated to preparing women for roles of inclusive leadership and social responsibility in their workplaces, families and communities

Regis College: A Catholic liberal arts and science college

Simmons College: Offers an array of 40 undergraduate majors and minors as well as four exceptional graduate schools for women and men and the only all-female graduate school of management in the world

Simon's Rock College of Bard: The nation's only college of the liberal arts and sciences designed expressly for students of high school age. Most students enter Simon's Rock after completing the 10th or 11th grade, and follow programs leading to the Associate in Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees in liberal arts

Smith College: A private liberal arts college for women located in Northampton, Massachusetts. A highly selective institution with an undergraduate enrollment on campus of 2,500

Stonehill College: A private, 4 year, coeducational liberal arts college in the Catholic tradition

Suffolk University: Thirteen buildings located on Beacon Hill in the heart of downtown Boston offering full-time and part-time graduate and undergraduate programs. The University also offers a wide range of certificate, continuing education and non-degree programs

Tufts University: Operates at several locations, offering liberal arts, engineering, arts and sciences, veterinary medicine, dental medicine, law and diplomacy and others

Wellesley College: A liberal arts college for women

Wentworth Institute of Technology: Offers bachelor's degrees in architecture, design, engineering, technology, and management of technology. Nearly 3,000 students attend this coeducational institution, located on a 30-acre campus on Huntington Avenue across from Boston's Museum of Fine Arts

Williams College: Official site for this four-year liberal arts college in Williamstown, Massachusetts. 2,000 students choose from 30 majors in 24 departments

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI): A private technological university in the heart of New England, WPI offers bachelor and advanced degrees in science, engineering, and management by providing its 2,700 undergraduate and 1,000 full- and part-time graduate students with a thorough conceptual foundation in science, engineering, management, the humanities and arts, and the social sciences

Worcester State University: A public, state-funded institution offering baccalaureate and master's degrees in education and in the arts and sciences, and has earned a reputation for quality teaching by dedicated faculty in classes of moderate size, and for programs responsive to its students' and society's changing needs



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