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College Acceptance Results 2013

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Brown University

Boston College

Boston University (3)

Bucknell University

Cal Poly San Luis Obispo

California State University, Monterey

Chapman University  ($80,000 scholarship) (3)

Chico State University (2)

Clark University

College of Holy Cross

College of Wooster ($88,000 scholarship)

Creighton ($24,000 scholarship)

De Paul University ($52,000 scholarship)

Duke University (ED)

Emerson College

Eckerd College ($68,000 scholarship)

Fordham University

Gonzaga University ($44,000 scholarship) (2)

George Washington University

Hampshire College  ($48,000 scholarship)

Indiana University (4)

Laverne, University of ($50,000 scholarship)

Lehigh University

Lewis & Clark College ( $56,000 scholarship) (3)

Loyola Marymount University ($48,000 scholarship) (2)

Macalester College

New York University (3)

Northeastern University

Notre Dame College

Oberlin College

Occidental College ($50,000 scholarship) (2)

Oklahoma State University

Pacific University ($60,000 scholarship)

Pacific Lutheran University

Portland State University

Providence College

Regis College ($86,000 scholarship)

Regis University (2)

Rochester Institute of Technology ($52,000 scholarship)

San Diego State University

San Francisco State University

Santa Clara University

Siena College

Sonoma State University (3)

Southern Methodist University

SUNY Binghamton University (H + $24,000 scholarship)

St. Louis University ($12,000 scholarship)

Swarthmore College

Syracuse University

Texas Christian University (3)

Trinity University (2)

Tufts University (2) (One ED)

Tulane University ($100,000 scholarship)

UC Berkeley (6)

UC Davis (5)

UC Irvine (3) (One H)

UC Los Angeles

UC Riverside (5)

UC San Diego (3)

UC Santa Barbara (One H) (8)

UC Santa Cruz ( One H) (5)

University of Arizona  ($32,000 scholarship) (2)

University of Chicago ($20,000 scholarship)

University of Colorado, Boulder  (5)

University of Delaware

University of Denver ($40,000, $80,000, $20,000 scholarship) (5)

University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

University of Nevada, Reno ($4,000 scholarship)

University of Miami

University of Michigan (4)

University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

University of Oregon ($40,000, 2-$32,000 scholarship) (5)

University of the Pacific ($50,000 scholarship) (2)

University of Portland

University of Redlands ($64,000, $76,000 scholarship) (2)

University of Rochester ($52,000 scholarship)

University of San Diego

University of San Francisco

University of Southern California

University of Texas

University of Vermont

University of Virginia

University of Wisconsin (2)

Utica College

Wagner College ($24,000 scholarship)

Whittier College ($30,000 scholarship)

Willamette College ($48,000 scholarship)




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