Case Western Reserve University: Located in Cleveland, Case Western is known for its strong programs in engineering, medicine, and business. It's a research-focused institution with a diverse range of academic opportunities.
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Ohio State University: With its main campus in Columbus, Ohio State is one of the largest universities in the U.S. It offers a wide range of programs and has a strong emphasis on research and athletics.
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Miami University: Located in Oxford, Miami University is known for its strong undergraduate programs, especially in business, education, and liberal arts.
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Oberlin College: Known for its strong liberal arts education, Oberlin is a small, private college with a reputation for its music conservatory and commitment to social activism.
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University of Cincinnati: UC offers a variety of programs, including strong offerings in health sciences, engineering, and architecture.
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Kenyon College: A private liberal arts college with a focus on writing, literature, and the arts. It's located in Gambier, Ohio.
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Denison University: Another top liberal arts college in Ohio, Denison is known for its strong programs in science, humanities, and social sciences.
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Cleveland State University: Located in downtown Cleveland, CSU is known for its strong programs in business, engineering, and health sciences.
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Wright State University: Located near Dayton, Wright State is recognized for its strong programs in science, engineering, and medicine.
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Cedarville University: A private Christian university known for its strong programs in health sciences, engineering, and business.
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