Bryn Mawr College: Information on this school in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Includes details on campus life, degree programs, and athletics

Carnegie Mellon University: Created by the union of Carnegie Tech and the Mellon Institute of Science in 1965. Currently, home to over 5,000 students in more than 80 baccalaureate programs and 40 graduate programs at 2 locations, Pittsburgh and Moffett Field, California, and a New York professional programs office and a Washington DC outreach office. Also, home to the Carnegie Mellon Tartans Athletics teams

Dickinson College: A liberal arts college located in Carlisle. Official site

Drexel University: Located in Philadelphia. Information on research, athletics and programs

Franklin And Marshall College: A coeducational liberal arts college chartered in 1787

Indiana University of Pennsylvania: Information on admissions, aid, courses and alumni

Lafayette College: Offers the Bachelor of Arts degree in 25 fields of study, located in Easton

Lehigh University: A private, four-year university in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

Penn State Athletics: Official home of the Penn State Athletics program, Joe Paterno, and the Nittany Lions. Includes intercollegiate sports information. Contains news, scores, schedules, photos, ticket information, clubs, and traditions

Research, Office of Vice President for: Responsible for the $507 million-per-year in University research programs, which span many disciplines and are integrated into the academic environment at both undergraduate and graduate levels

Robert Morris University Athletics: Official site of the Colonials with news items, rosters, game schedules, scores, statistics, and records

Saint Joseph's University: A Jesuit university with undergraduate and masters degree programs in the humanities, natural and social sciences, and business

St. Vincent College: A small, Catholic, liberal arts college and Benedictine monastery

Temple University: Information about Temple's campuses, student life, news, admissions, athletics, maps, learning, and research

Temple University Sports: Official website of the Owls and Temple athletics

The Pennsylvania State University: Chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1855. The only land-grant University in the state. Currently, home to over 80,000 students in more than 160 baccalaureate programs at 24 locations. Also, home to the Penn State Nittany Lions

University of Pittsburgh: Home page for The University of Pittsburgh, one of the oldest colleges in the United States

Valley Forge Military Academy and College: Admissions, academic programs, activities, alumni web, administration, apply online, campus news, campus tour. Located in Wayne, PA



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