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East Coast colleges near the ocean

nodilEMMAnodilEMMA Posts: 168Registered User Junior Member
I've asked a similar question before, but I've narrowed down the location to avoid getting colleges located in places that are too warm.

So what I'm looking for are colleges in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Maryland, Delaware, DC, or even Virginia that are near (or on!) the ocean. Preferred size would be 5000-12000, although that is somewhat flexible.

Thanks!
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Replies to: East Coast colleges near the ocean

  • nodilEMMAnodilEMMA Posts: 168Registered User Junior Member
    Wahh, no one?
  • JohnAdams12JohnAdams12 Posts: 2,587- Senior Member
    College of the Atlantic

    Facilities
  • nodilEMMAnodilEMMA Posts: 168Registered User Junior Member
    I would be in love with COA if it had more students. However, it only has about 380 - that's the size of my graduating class!
  • nyquistnyquist Posts: 237Registered User Junior Member
    Some schools that are right on the ocean: University of New England, Salve Regina, Endicott, Eastern Nazarene, Roger Williams, Coast Guard Academy, Connecticut College. But all of these are less than 5,000 students.
  • ghostbusterghostbuster Posts: 1,590- Senior Member
    Salve Regina in Newport Rhode Island is lovely.

    UNCW in North Carolina.

    William and Mary in Williamsburg Virginia..but its really competitive and a bit hyper-nerdy.

    St. Marys College of Maryland....its non sectarian and on the Chesapeake Bay in St. Mary's Maryland. Gorgeous and actually a very good school.
  • slik nikslik nik Posts: 1,083Registered User Senior Member
    Duke has a Marine Lab near the ocean in Beaufort, NC. You can spend a summer, semester, or an entire year here. I'm at the Marine Lab right now, and it is top notch.
  • herestothenightsherestothenights Posts: 361Registered User Junior Member
    Endicott College is right on the ocean...it might be smaller than what you're looking for, though. Around 600 per class. But the location's pretty ideal...right on the ocean and close proximity to Boston
  • yabeyabe2yabeyabe2 Posts: 2,454Registered User Senior Member
    URI; Monmouth; Washington College
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