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DeVry University








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A for-profit college that enrolls around 45,000 students each year. The university is a spanision of DeVry Education Group, which is based in Downers Grove, Illinois. 


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The school was first founded as DeForest Training School in Chicago, Illinois. The school has over 50 locations spread across 18 different states in the U.S. 









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University of Notre Dame








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Founded by Father Edward Sorin, CSC, the university was originally an all-male institution. It became known for its football team, breeding several Heisman Trophy winners.


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The school is widely known for its Word of Life mural, which is visible from the school s football stadium and is commonly known as the Touchdown Jesus mural. 









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California Institute of Technology








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Private university located in Pasadena, California that is often abbreviated as Caltech. The university educates around 2,000 students per year. 


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The school was first founded as a vocational school under the name Throop College. The school has bred over 30 Nobel Prizes across its alumni and faculty. 









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Gonzaga University








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Roman Catholic institution founded by the Society of Jesus, and one of 28 institutions of the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities. It was known as Gonzaga College from 1887 to 1912.


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The school s motto in Latin reads Ad majorem Dei gloriam. Translated to English it means For the Greater Glory of God.









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Providence College








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Roman Catholic university specializing in academic programs in the liberal arts. It is the only college or university in North America to be administered by the Dominican Friars.


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The men s basketball team won the 1961 and 1963 NIT championship. It advanced to the 1973 and 1987 NCAA Tournament Final Four.









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Wright State University








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Research university whose name honors aviation pioneers Orville and Wilbur Wright, former residents of Dayton, Ohio. The school would offer degrees at the bachelor s, master s, and doctoral level.


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The university was originally a branch campus of Miami University and Ohio State University. Their mascot is the Gray Wolf, Rowdy Raider.









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