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Southern Hierarchy

SUNY1111SUNY1111 Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
edited August 2007 in Emory University
1) Duke

2)Rice / Emory/ UVA


the rest....
Post edited by SUNY1111 on

Replies to: Southern Hierarchy

  • Blaze991Blaze991 Registered User Posts: 634 Member
    Prediction: a CCer from Vandy will come across this thread and will argue about the positioning in the hierarchy.
  • token89token89 Registered User Posts: 786 Member
  • dell123dell123 Registered User Posts: 333 Member
    1. Duke
    2. Emory
    3. Rice
    4. Vanderbilt/UVA
  • SUNY1111SUNY1111 Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member
    I feel UVA, as an elite public school, is being slightly underrated.
  • dell123dell123 Registered User Posts: 333 Member
    I think UVA is a great school, but very limited in its scope of strong degrees. Everyone I know who went there majored in English...
  • SUNY1111SUNY1111 Registered User Posts: 62 Junior Member

    Still, In-state at UVA, UNC, and even UT are amazing deals that would be hard to pass up. Ive always wanted New York to designate a flagship state school.... its a shame
  • GlobalistGlobalist Registered User Posts: 1,586 Senior Member
    Dell123, just because everyone YOU KNOW who went to UVA majored in English, that doesn't mean that UVA isn't great in other areas. For example, UVA is very strong in undergraduate business, architecture, English, Religious Studies, Government/Politics, American Studies, bio-engineering, Spanish, French, German, the list goes on.
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