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America’s Colleges

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By: Cameron Lay    


A is for Arizona State University  

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Their school colors are Maroon and  Gold like ours!         


B is for Baylor University

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Baylor has a zoo on the campus with  two living black bears.   


C is for Clemson University

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    Clemson College held 18,599 students in  2016 which is an all-time record.   


D is for Delaware University

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From 1843-1921, only boys were  allowed to attened to this college.         


E is for Eastern Illinois University

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If students at Eastern Illinois  University buy textbooks, they can  save $900 a year.     


F is for Fresno State University

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Fresno State students in 2008, won the baseball college world series and some  students won a gold medal in the  Olympics.   


G is for Georgia Tech University

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Their school mascot is Buzz the Yellow  Jacket.   


H is for the University of Hawaii

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Hawaii was the last state to become an official state.      


I is for Idaho State University

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Idaho State University is ​about 160  miles north of Salt Lake City.   


J is for Jacksonville University

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Jacksonville University has occasional  board game days that students can  attend for free.       


K is for Kentucky University

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Kentucky holds a horse race called the Kentucky Derby every year.         


L is for Louisville University

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The Louisville University basketball team started to do high fives which  started to trend, and now are popular  everywhere in the world. 


M is for Miami University

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In the 1830's Miami was the fourth largest college in the United States.         


N is for Notre Dame University

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The football movies Knute Rockne, All American' and Rudy, were filmed at  Notre Dame University.   


O is for Ohio State University

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After every football victory, a bell that hangs in the southeast tower of  Ohio Stadium rings for 15-30 minutes.   


P is for Penn State University

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Penn State's football stadium is the 2nd largest college football stadium in  America. 


Q is for Quincy University

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Quincy University used to have three different buildings where there were  classes but now they made it easier,and  only have one building with classes. 


R is for Rutgers University

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Rutgers University is one of the top ten oldest colleges in the United States.   


S is for Syracuse University

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There is a tree on the campus that was invented by a student and can grow up  to 40 different kinds of fruits.   


T is for TCU

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The mascot for TCU is the horned frog.


U is for UCLA

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The internet first started up at UCLA.    


V is for Virginia Tech University

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The school mascot, the turkey, is maroon and orange.     


W is for Wake Forest University

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On the campus, Wake Forest has over 340 acres of wooded area. 


X is for Xavier University

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It would cost around $47,500 a year to attend Xavier University.   


Y is for Yale University

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Yale’s cost of attendance is $63,250, but if you cannot afford it, then they  allow you to attend free. 


Z is for Zoe Leadership College

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Costs $10,800 per Year to come to this college.           


This was a book that was an A-Z story. It was a book about colleges in  America. Finally, this book helps you  learn about different colleges, fun  facts, and also the letters of the  Alphabet. 

America's Colleges  

This was a book that was an A-Z story. It was a book about colleges in America. Finally, this book helps you learn about different colleges,...

America's Colleges  

This was a book that was an A-Z story. It was a book about colleges in America. Finally, this book helps you learn about different colleges,...

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