Suggestions Please

<p>I am looking for a college with very specific attributes. Please send me your suggestions or ideas. Many may find my qualifications unimportant, but I have an idea of what I want out of college, and what type of school can provide that experience.<br>
1. 4 year liberal arts private university
2. Division I athletics (including football!)
3. Active sorority and fraternity system
4. Phi Beta Kappa chapter
5. Recent (since Y2K athletic succcess)
6. Less than 8,000 undergrads
7. Located in a southern metro area
8. Storied program/Glory Days w/ at least 1 National Championship in a major sport
9. Thriving on-campus housing/programming
10. Strong business school reputation w/ emphasis on entepreneurship and investments.</p>

<p>The closest I can find meeting your criteria is Davidson College, although they do not offer a business major (most LACs don't), but an economics major. Tulane could be another possibility.</p>

<p>thats a tough list to match.
closest one i can think of is duke.
notre dame if you'll leave the south
Miami is slightly bigger (10,000 UG) but meets the other criteria</p>

<p>I received an e-mail response from someone in Texas who told me all the criteria were met by Texas Christian University. Duke and Tulane are definitely worth checking out! Thanks!</p>

<p>Duke is the closet fit. Davidson is 1aa in football.</p>

<p>Duke would be a good fit, not sure if you are looking for something thats not high ranked or something</p>

<p>and from what I hear...the football team shouldn't be D1 lol</p>

<p>The only problem I have with Duke is that it is not in a well recognized metropolitan area. I'm sure R-D is a nice area, but I am looking to establish myself in the area of the U I choose, and not sure if R-D is a good choice. I'm looking more toward ATL, DFW, PHX, HOU, SAT, CHA, TPA (NOT S. FL).</p>

Wake Forest
Virginia Tech (larger than 8000)
Southern Methodist</p>

<p>if you leave the South, Miami University (Ohio)
has a large greek system, and great sports</p>

<p>It would definitely be Davidson. That's a great school!</p>

<p>Tulane might work</p>