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Division I Colleges & Universities in Virginia 2015-07-15

College of William and Mary The College of William and Mary was founded in 1693 in Williamsburg, Va. Enrollment here is lower than at most Division I colleges. The undergraduate student body is usually below 6, with females making up slightly more of

Requirements for Division I College Entrance 2015-07-15

Core Courses Prior to entering a Division I athletic program, students are required to have completed 16 core courses during their high school education. Students must complete four years of English, three years of math, two years of natural or physi

Division III Colleges in Pennsylvania 2015-07-15

La Roche College La Roche College located in Pittsburgh, Pa., was founded in 1963 as a Catholic women's institution. Today the college offers a fully coeducational curriculum. La Roche offers degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. Bac

Division III Colleges in Virginia 2015-07-15

Randolph-Macon College With just fewer than 1,200 students, Randolph-Macon College is a liberal arts college where students take both work and play seriously. In Ashland, about 20 miles north of Richmond, Randolph-Macon's Division III athletic progra

Division II Colleges in Virginia 2015-07-15

St. Pauls College St Paul's College is located in Lawrenceville, Virginia. Founded in 1883 as a parochial school, the college grew in number and recognition. The school is a private, co-educational and Christian college. According to U.S. News and Wo

Division One Colleges & Universities in the USA 2015-07-15

Atlantic Coast Conference Members of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) are Boston College, Clemson, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, the University of North Carolina, North Carolina State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. The confe

Georgia's Division II Colleges 2015-07-14

Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (Private Institutions) Forty-eight percent of Division II schools are private institutions. All three of Georgia’s Division II private colleges belong to the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. C

Top Division 3 Colleges in Ohio 2015-07-14

Kenyon College At their campus located in Gambier, the Kenyon College Lords and Ladies compete in 11 sports in the North Coast Athletic Conference. The conference focuses on giving equal emphasis to both women's and men's sports. Since being a foundi

Division 1 College Football Requirements 2015-07-14

Division 1 College Football Requirements
Division I is the top level of competition in the NCAA, the governing body for major college sports. Not all Division I schools maintain football programs, but those that do are divided into ...

New York Division 1 Colleges 2015-07-15

Colgate University Colgate University is a private liberal arts school, located in upstate New York. The Colgate Raiders are part of the Patriot League. According to a report by The Los Angeles Times, the school is one of the smallest colleges in the

Pennsylvania Division II Colleges 2015-07-15

West Chester University of Pennsylvania West Chester University (WCU) of Pennsylvania is a public university about 30 miles west of Philadelphia. The University began in 1871 as an institute for teacher training, and while over 80 undergraduate progr

Division 3 Colleges in North Carolina 2015-07-15

Greensboro College Located in the northern part of the state and near the downtown part of Greensboro, Greensboro College has 18 men's and women's athletic teams that compete on the Division III level. The 18-acre school dates back to 1838 and is aff

Division II Colleges in Michigan 2015-07-15

Grand Valley State University Grand Valley State University's main campus is on 1,280 acres in Allentown, 12 miles west of Grand Rapids. It offers 77 undergraduate degrees and 29 graduate degrees. For six consecutive years, the university won the Dir

Division III Colleges in Indiana 2015-07-15

Earlham College Earlham College is a liberal arts school situated in Richmond, Indiana. It has an enrollment of 1,200 and is part of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC). Earlham puts a special focus on the physical, mental, spiritual

Top Division III Colleges 2015-07-15

Williams College Since the mid-1990s, Williams College has been the most successful overall Division III athletic program with 13 NACDA Learfield Sports Directors' Cup first-place finishes through the 9 season. The competition, sponsored by the

Division 1 Colleges in South Carolina 2015-07-15

University of South Carolina The University of South Carolina features eight different campuses throughout the state, with the main campus located in Columbia. Students at the Columbia campus can choose from more than 350 degree programs. The Univers

Division One Colleges in Colorado 2015-07-15

U.S. Air Force Academy The U.S. Air Force Academy offers Division I education to high school graduates who wish to enter the Air Force. Students must be between 17 and 23 at the time they apply. Students cannot be married or have dependents, such as

List Of Division I Colleges in Texas 2015-07-14

The University of Texas at Austin The University of Texas has men's and women's teams in basketball, cross country, track and field, and tennis. Their basketball program has produced several professional NBA players including, Kevin Durrant, TJ Ford,

California Division II Colleges 2015-07-15

California State Polytechnic University, Ponoma The students at Cal Poly Ponoma can compete in basketball, soccer, track and field, and cross country. The Broncos also have a baseball team for men and a volleyball team for women. The university offer

List of Division I & II Colleges in Florida 2015-07-15

Division I Classification Division I schools must provide at least seven sports for both genders, or six for men and eight for women, according to the NCAA website. Additionally, there must be two or more team sports offered for each gender during th
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