Schools in Category: 7500-15000 students
Schools with undergraduate populations between 7,500 students and 15,000 students have much in common with those whose poulations fall between 2,500 and 7,500 students. These schools tend to offer lower student-to-faculty ratios and opportunities for students to relate on a more personal level with their instructors. Such institutions usually feature larger undergraduate classes and smaller upper-level courses, featuring seminar-style courses open only to older students. These schools usually feature a wider range of personalities within each class, offering more types–from the studious to the more casual–from which any particular student may discover new or different types of friends. Schools fitting within this category include Cornell, Boston College, Georgetown, and Northwestern.
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