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University of Texas

The University of Texas is a public research university. The school was founded in 1883 and is located in Austin, Texas.

It is ranked as one of the top public universities in the United States. Many students excel in the fields of architecture, business and engineering.

The Texas longhorn is the University’s mascot which is used for the varsity and intramural sports teams.

Students enjoy many of the extracurricular activities and social events while attending school. There are over 1000 different organizations that students who attend the University of Texas can participate in including Greek life, year book and charitable organizations.

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University of Washington

The University of Washington is a public research university. The school was first established in 1861 and is located in Seattle, Washington.

The school is heavily involved in research with their research budget surpassing $1 billion dollars in 2006. The University of Washington prides itself on having a well-rounded and highly trained staff which includes professors and faculty members from all over the world. The University of Washington always looking to decrease it’s ecological footprint by creating sustainable practices on campus. Students enjoy many different aspects while learning at the University of Washington including intramural and varsity sports. The school’s mascot is Harry the Husky and the Alaskan Malamute, Dubs.

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Rutgers University

Rutgers University is a public research university. The school was founded in 1766 and is located in New Jersey.

The school offers a wide variety of programs including over 100 different bachelor programs, 100 masters programs and over 80 doctoral programs. These programs help to attract a large variety of students with different interests and goals. This has helped to make Rutgers University have a highly diverse student population.

The school’s color is scarlet red, with each of their teams including the Scarlet Knights, Scarlet Raiders and the Scarlet Raptors wearing the signature color for games. Students enjoy over 700 unique student organizations that are funded by the student government.

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