Where do you find a top ranked university, boasting striking Italianite style architecture on one of the healthiest campuses in the West? Boulder, Colorado. Here students at University of Colorado have access to more than 2500 courses in over 150 areas of study including education, engineering, business, environmental science and communications. Although a large public institution, 85% of the classes are less than 50 students ( 51% are less than 20). To support academic development, students take advantage of Living and Learning Communities, the Honors program, study abroad and internships. They balance academic demands with cheering on their D1 teams (and Ralphie!), engaging in a variety of outdoor adventures and supporting local civic causes. If you’re interested in graduate school, CU offers more than 100 master’s, doctoral and professional degree programs. And, what about life after college? The comprehensive, centrally located Career Services office is available to students for advisement on career counseling, job & internship listings, career & internship fairs, on-campus recruiting, and test addministration. Specialized career services are available for the Leeds School of Business, Journalism and Mass Communication, College of Architecture, and Colorado Law School Career Development. Take a closer look at www.cu.edu.

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