<p>I understand that Barnard College, an all female college, has a special partnership with Columbia University. Are there any other similar partnerships between ivies and LAC's or other universities? Thanks.</p>
<p>-A fairly large number of liberal arts colleges participate in 3-2 engineering programs with Columbia.
-Brown and Rhode Island School of Design have a joint program.
-Harvard And MIT students can cross-register at each other's schools.
-Bryn Mawr (and, I think, Swarthmore and Haverford) students can take courses at Penn.
-Wellesley has an extensive range of programs with other schools:Cross-registration with MIT; cross-registration with Olin and Babson; a 5-year international economics program with Brandeis; an exchange program with Spelman; the 12 college Exchange Program with Dartmouth, Amherst, Bowdoin, Mt. Holyoke, Smith, Trinity, Vassar, Wesleyan, Wheaton, Wiliams, and Connecticut C.; an exchange program with Mills; and, an environmental science program at Woods Hole Marine Biological Lab.</p>
<p>Perfect zapfino! Just the kind of information I was looking for.</p>
<p>SUNY Geneseo, NY Public LAC has a 3-2 Engineering cooperative program with Columbia.
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