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Which underrated colleges are on the way up?

LindagafLindagaf Registered User Posts: 8,360 Senior Member
edited May 2 in Parents Forum
Curious as to your opinions. If you are a "clued in" poster, what are your thoughts? Any underrated colleges or universities that seem ripe for becoming the next big thing?

I'll start, though I am not as clued in as I pretend to be. :-) Feel free to shoot me down if you disagree.
U Denver
Oregon State
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Replies to: Which underrated colleges are on the way up?

  • jym626jym626 Registered User Posts: 55,810 Senior Member
    edited May 1
    U Denver has a good Learning Effectiveness Program for students with learning disabilities.
    I’ve also heard some good things about U of Dayton (for those interested in a Catholic school).
  • HappyDad2HappyDad2 Registered User Posts: 59 Junior Member
    I'LL add mine

    University of Cinninati
  • PacNWparentPacNWparent Registered User Posts: 213 Junior Member
    edited May 1
    Occidental College. I don't know if Oxy is on the way up, but it is a good school.
  • SaSmithSaSmith Registered User Posts: 21 Junior Member
    I agree with U.Richmond.
    I chose it over Emory, Tulane and Boston College.
    Great campus and business school as well as a unique Leadership Studies program-- over all seems very supportive and welcoming.
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