Colleges in Massachusetts

Colleges in Massachusetts

Whether you know Massachusetts as “The Pilgrim State,” “The Old Colony State,” or as “The Baked Bean State,” it’s embedded in American history as the location of the first colony in New England. Massachusetts is also home to the oldest institution of higher education in the US, Harvard University, which was founded in 1636. Despite being one of the smallest states in the US, there are more than 80 colleges in Massachusetts, largely public or private not-for-profit institutions. This New England state has cold winters and warm summers, and its primary industries are Life Sciences, Finance, Information Technology, and Manufacturing. Top attractions are Martha’s Vineyard, the Freedom Trail, and Cape Cod.
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Harvard College

Harvard College is an undergraduate liberal arts school located in Cambridge, MA, within Harvard University. Founded in 1636, this private, very selective, Ivy League college is the oldest institution of higher learning in the United States and was...

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Harvard is an absolutely incredible institution built on the principle of continual learning. Opportunities are endless and every day is a new experience. Worth mentioning: the professors are some of the most talented and prominent in their field.

” – Cat from Cambridge, MA
Boston University

Boston University is a private, non-profit university with a heavy emphasis on research. BU’s main location is right in its name—Boston, MA—but the university has flagship locations around the world, including in London, Sydney, and Washington, DC...

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This year I've taken General and Quantitative Analytical Chemistry, Principles of Biology I, Principles of Biology II, Fourth Semester French, college writing, college research writing, and Introduction to Religion. I have learned more than I ever...

” – Chelsea from Rumford, ME
Northeastern University

A private research institution located in Boston, Northeastern University was founded in 1898. Northeastern is home to nine colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in over 90 academic majors. Additionally, the university operates a...

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I am a Business Administration major with a concentration in Entrepreneurship. The classes that I have taken thus far have all offered incredible opportunities to apply what is taught in real world contexts. The courses are challenging, but not...

” – Elizabeth from East Sandwich, MA
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA
Boston College

Boston College is a 4-year Jesuit Catholic University and the first institution of higher learning founded in the city of Boston. BC is home to eight schools and colleges conferring degrees in over 50 fields of study. As a Catholic university, Boston...

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At the beginning of my college search, I thought I'd prefer a school with an open curriculum rather than jump through the hoops of a core curriculum. I thought an open curriculum would let me study exactly what was right for me and that required...

” – Peter from Glastonbury, CT
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, more commonly referred to as MIT, is a private research university that focuses on scientific and technological research. Located on 166 acres of land in Cambridge, MA, MIT maintains five schools hosting 30...

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The material taught in the lecture hall of MIT is...difficult. There's no way around it. But don't fear, you won't be alone in thinking it is. However, the professors are always available during office hours as well as the TAs so receiving help on...

” – Peter from Cambridge, MA
Tufts University

Tufts University is a 4-year private institution with three campuses in the Boston area. Tufts is home to 12 colleges and schools conferring bachelor’s degrees in over 90 academic majors and minors. The school is known for their popular a capella...

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Tufts is certainly a place that fosters discussion. Though it's about as homogeneous as you'd expect a small, northeastern american university to be, its minority groups and their opinions are well-respected and represented, and Tufts students are...

” – John from Somerville, MA
Emerson College

Emerson College is liberal arts college focusing on communication and the arts located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1880 as a "school of oratory," Emerson still focuses largely on communication, just through 26 majors that culminate in a...

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Emerson is teaching me a great deal about the arts that I was never able to learn in my basic college-prep high school program. As a Writing, Literature, and Publishing major, I'm learning a lot about how real world events influence the creation of...

” – Erika from Trainer, PA
University of Massachusetts-Amherst

The largest public university in New England, the University of Massachusetts-Amherst is the original campus in the UM System. UMass is a land-grant university with the “Highest Research Activity" and the U.S. News & World Report ranks the UMass...

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UMass Amherst was not my first choice, but I was happily surprised by how knowledgable every one of my professors was. I feel that even after my first semester I am already more prepared to go out and begin working in my field.

” – Caitlin from Marstons Mills, MA
Amherst College

Amherst College is a highly selective private liberal arts college in Amherst, Massachusetts, that was founded in 1821. As a member of the Five College Consortium that has replaced student loans with grants on their financial aid plans, Amherst is...

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Amherst has great academics, if you can focus. The no-requirements curriculum can be your undoing if you're not a very self-controlled student.

” – Kaya
Suffolk University

Located a short walk from the Massachusetts State House and Boston Common, Suffolk University is a private university in Boston. Suffolk confers undergraduate and graduate degrees in over 100 fields of study. For students interested in learning in a...

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One of Suffolk's best qualities are the small class sizes. This allows students to have personal relationships with their professors because they are so small. The academics at Suffolk can be challenging but are never completely overwhelming...

” – Brenna from Waterbury, CT
University of Massachusetts-Boston

From its waterfront campus overlooking Dorchester Bay, the University of Massachusetts-Boston is a 4-year public research institution and part of the UMass system. UMass Boston is home to 10 colleges and schools conferring undergraduate degrees in 77...

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I love the the history that surrounds the University. This is an amazing place to get an education. I feel like a student and not a number here.

” – Shelby from Greenfield, OH
Brandeis University

Brandeis University is a private, nonsectarian institution founded by the Jewish community and named after the Supreme Court’s first Jewish justice. The 235-acre campus is located in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts, and home to more than 100...

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A small tight-knit community. Super welcoming and accepting of everyone. Academically rigorous beyond belief.

” – Stephanie from Napa, CA
Williams College

Founded with funding from the estate of a Massachusetts Bay colonist, Williams College is a liberal arts institution in northwest Massachusetts. Williams is home to three divisions of Mathematics & Science, Languages, and Social Sciences conferring...

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1. The school takes care of its own. Financial aid is excellent, even if the policies are a little quirky. The college provides events every once in a while to help students relax. There are advocacy groups on campus for mental health, sexual assault...

” – College sophomore
Bentley University

Bentley University is a private institution in the Boston area with a focus on combining business education with arts and sciences. Bentley confers undergraduate degrees in 25 academic fields of study and also enables students to customize a major...

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Bentley is a great place to study and interact with other equally serious students. The campus is awesome AND safe AND close to Boston. I have enjoyed great classes, fun activities and awesome athletic opportunities!

” – Lauren from West Hartford, CT
Clark University

Clark University is a private institution located in Worcester, Massachusetts. Clark offers more than 30 undergraduate majors and minors structured around Clark’s Liberal Education and Effective Practice (LEEP) curriculum which includes a small...

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I have never been in such an amazing learning environment. There is a professor here for everyone with a different teaching style, beliefs, and ideologies. I have never had a class where I haven't learned something, and the professors are always so...

” – Amy from Cambridge, NY
Berklee College of Music

The Berklee College of Music is a school of the musical and performing arts in Boston and one of the largest contemporary music colleges in the world. Berklee consists of the College of Music and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee conferring bachelor...

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I am learning so much, in so many areas! Learning to be a performer, musician, writer, composer...the list goes on. I just finished my first semester there and scored a 3.95 GPA!

” – Joanna from Boston, MA
Wellesley College

Founded in 1870, Wellesley College is a 4-year liberal arts college for women in eastern Massachusetts as well as a member of the Seven Sisters Colleges and Three-College Alliance. Wellesley confers undergraduate degrees in over 50 departmental and...

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A majority of things covered in class during my first semester were all new to me, so I can easily say that I am learning a lot. However, academics isn't the only thing I feel like i'm learning. The expectations at Wellesley are definitely much...

” – Student
Smith College
Northampton, MA
Smith College

Smith College is an all-female liberal arts institution in western Massachusetts and the largest all-women’s college in the country. The biggest school among the Seven Sisters Colleges, Smith offers degrees and certificates in over 50 areas of study...

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Smith's academic program is amazing -- a lot of hard work but extremely worth it. Since there are no distribution requirements (unless you want to go for latin honors, that is), students can take a variety of courses in a variety of academic...

” – Sara from Canton, OH
Babson College

Founded in 1919, Babson College is a college of business in the greater Boston area. Babson offers an undergraduate curriculum in Business and Entrepreneurship and the college includes an accelerated degree program that enables students to graduate...

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Babson College is a business school that teaches students to use entrepreneurship as a lifestyle. The curriculum is focused around business and liberal arts both of which are very helpful in becoming a very successful businessman or business woman...

” – Kamisha from Brockton, MA
Bridgewater State University

Founded in 1840, Bridgewater State University is a 4-year public school in the greater Boston area. Bridgewater State encompasses colleges of Science & Mathematics, Business, Education, and Humanities granting undergrad degrees in over 90 fields of...

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BSU is a great School. The community and school spirit can be seen all over campus. It is not a large school, which I like.

” – Rachel from Taunton, MA
College of the Holy Cross

Founded by Jesuits, the College of the Holy Cross is a liberal arts college in Worcester and the oldest Roman Catholic school in New England. Holy Cross confers bachelor’s degrees in 30 academic fields of study and is also home to 10 student-designed...

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Located in Worcester, Massachusetts, Holy Cross is a welcoming community based of Jesuit values. The students are engaged in their classes as well as the outside community and are always working to become more well-rounded and worldly people...

” – Hunter from Oro Valley, AZ
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Founded in 1865, Worcester Polytechnic Institute is a school of engineering and technology in central Massachusetts. WPI grants bachelor’s degrees in 32 technical and scientific fields of study. In addition, every academic program is centered around...

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Classes are fast paced and can be difficult but there are many resources to help you. Professors are generally willing to help, as are other students. The Math and Science Help Center (MASH) is extremely useful for early math and science classes. An...

” – Alana from Taunton, MA
Salem State University

Established in 1854, Salem State University is a 4-year public school in the greater Boston area. Salem State grants bachelor’s degrees in 32 academic programs with a focus on liberal arts and sciences. In addition to classroom facilities, Salem...

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All of the classes, especially the general education courses, are very informative and thorough. The staff here genuinely wants you to be prepared for the future.

” – Elizabeth from Charlton, MA
Stonehill College

Founded by the Congregation of the Holy Cross, Stonehill College is a Catholic liberal arts college in southeast Massachusetts. Stonehill confers bachelor’s degrees in over 80 academic programs and all students are required to participate in a...

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stonehill is a small catholic school just outside of boston. despite its size, it is nevertheless a great school academically. stonehill is a great place to live if you're looking for a tight-knight community full of awesome people; both faculty and...

” – Michelle from Massachusetts
Endicott College

Endicott College is a private, four-year college located on Boston’s North Shore. With three private beaches, Endicott’s oceanfront campus, in Beverly, Mass., draws a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students from 30 states and 38...

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Endicott's professors WANT you to succeed. None of your classes will have more than 25 students, so your teacher knows your name. They all have office hours to make themselves available to you for some extra help or whatever you need to stay on top...

” – Kaila from Tewksbury, MA
Lesley University

Lesley University is a 4-year private school in the greater Boston area. Originally founded as a teacher training institution, Lesley is now home to colleges of Art & Design, Liberal Arts, Education, and Social Sciences granting undergrad degrees in...

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the campus is huge, the food is delicious and there are a variety of students that you get to meet. current students make you feel welcomed and are extremely friendly. the teachers are kind as well and i was told that they are great with...

” – davina from taunton, ma
Merrimack College
North Andover, MA

Founded by the Order of St. Augustine, Merrimack College is a Catholic-affiliated institution in the greater Boston area. Merrimack is home to five schools conferring over 100 undergrad and graduate degrees. As a Catholic college, Merrimack...

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The Classes are great. The Professors are always there for you.

” – PRESTON from Wareham, MA
Wentworth Institute of Technology

Wentworth Institute of Technology is 4-year college in Boston, Massachusetts. Wentworth is comprised of four colleges: Architecture, Design, and Construction Management; Arts and Sciences; Engineering and Computer Science; and Professional and...

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The faculty at this institution is excellent and well versed in their areas of expertise. In addition the city area allows opportunities for growth and additional friendships at surrounding schools. The architecture studios are excellent and the fact...

” – Allison from West Greenwich, RI
Regis College

Regis College is a coed, Catholic university 12 miles west of Boston in Weston, Mass. With over 3,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students enrolled on campus and in fully online graduate programs, Regis provides an academically rigorous...

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Regis College has really good teachers who care about the student and do everything in their power to make sure the student understands the information they are receiving. The teachers are well educated themselves and also keep the classes...

” – Medgine from Roslindale, MA
Hampshire College

Founded as a home for new ideas in higher education, Hampshire College is a 4-year liberal arts college in western Massachusetts. Hampshire challenges all students to create an individualized curriculum culminating in a year-long advanced study...

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You'll be stressed, and getting through the Hampshire system does take a lot of work and patience, but if you put in the time you'll learn so much you can't even fathom it.

” – Eliza from Columbia, MD

Founded in 1865, Dean College is a private institution based in the suburban town of Franklin, Massachusetts. Many students choose to study dance, drama and theater production, or athletic training. Dean is a sustainable campus and uses LED lighting...

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If you come to Dean wanting to learn, you're going to take a lot away from the experience. I was a Criminal Justice major, and was fortunate enough to have Professor Couture for my Intro to Crim class. She has a system set up where you can earn...

” – Kristen from Millville, MA

Founded in 1856, Mars Hill University is a 4-year Christian liberal arts college in western North Carolina and the region’s oldest institution of higher learning operating on its original site. Nestled among the mountains, Mars Hill confers bachelor...

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I am in the Occupational Dual Degree program, have only been here for one semester, and have learned an extensive amount about the field of OT. Even the basic classes for freshman for all majors give you a lot of knowledge about the field and make...

” – from Winsted, CT
Simmons University

Simmons University is a private, liberal arts university located in Boston, Massachusetts. Simmons offers a women’s undergraduate education in 60+ majors and programs, as well as four graduate schools for its co-ed graduate population. The university...

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Most of the teachers are very helpful, and more than willing to answer questions in or out of class. A number of them will go out of their way to help you. When I was struggling in Calculus, my teacher pulled some strings to get me a tutor that would...

” – Shawna from Nobleboro, ME
Mount Holyoke College

Founded in 1837, Mount Holyoke College is a 4-year women’s liberal arts college in western Massachusetts. The oldest college among the Seven Sisters, Mount Holyoke grants undergraduate degrees in 48 academic majors and also gives students the...

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I have to say, you have to work hard at your studies. The classes are demanding, but worth it. They're interesting and all taught by amazing professors. MHC likes to keep the classes on the small side, so that students have more opportunity to ask...

” – There's no place like MoHome!

Assumption College is a private institution in Worcester, Massachusetts, founded by the Augustinians of the Assumption. It offers a liberal arts curriculum grounded in Catholic tradition and is a member of both the International Federation of...

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I transfered into Assumption College at the start of my sophomore year. The welcoming enviornment has provided more opportunities than I could imagine. My professors have been helpful and inspiring in pushing me to succeed.

” – Kathryn from Worcester, MA
Curry College

Founded in 1879, Curry College is a private institution based in Milton, Massachusetts. The school operates a main campus near a state park in Norfolk county and a satellite campus in Plymouth. All students must take a General Education curriculum...

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The academics are all very high quality. The professors are very understanding. The school is very accommodating to disabilities. None of the work given is too much to handle

” – Caitlin from Stamford, CT
Cambridge College

Cambridge College is a private, not-for-profit institution located in Boston, Massachusetts, that focuses on adult learners. CC offers most classes in the evening and on weekends at any of their five campuses, as well as hybrid courses that can be...

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Love this college. The classes are catered to adults with jobs and most have children. The teachers understand this.

” – peggy from Jamaica Plain, MA
Fisher College

With campus a short walk from the Boston Public Garden, Fisher College is a 4-year private school in Boston. Fisher confers undergraduate degrees in over 20 academic majors and 15 minors, as well as graduate degrees. Additionally, Fisher is home to a...

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I am an international student at Fisher college and all of my teachers that i had by far were great. I am majoring in business and this is a really good place to consider in boston if you want to get an associates degree first. Small school size and...

” – Dmitry

Founded in 1838 by educational activist and politician Horace Mann, Westfield State University is a 4-year public school in south western Massachusetts. Westfield State is noteworthy for being the first co-educational college to admit students of all...

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Very welcoming to all new students, should be able to call this place a new home and be proud of it. Has a major for almost every type of prospect students may be looking for. Always some type of aid or service to help students succeed in their...

” – Manuel from Springfield, MA
Worcester State University

Founded in 1874, Worcester State University is a liberal arts and sciences institution situated in Worcester, Massachusetts. The campus includes wooded areas and wetlands. Worcester offers curriculum oriented around a teamwork and problem solving...

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worcester state is a small quiet school. it has small class sizes which gives you the chance to get to know you professors.

” – Yesenia from Worcester, MA
Becker College

Formed by the union of two Massachusetts educational institutions, Becker College is a 4-year college in central Massachusetts and one of the 25 oldest institutions of higher learning in the United States. Becker is home to five schools across two...

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I am learning many different ways to communicate with people. Before everyone started school we had many orientations to get to know more people so we weren't lost and didn't know anyone. Everyone is very friendly and helpful no matter what the...

” – Stacy from Marlborough, MA

Originally founded as a satellite campus of Northeastern University, Western New England University is a 4-year private school in south central Massachusetts. Western New England confers bachelor’s degrees in over 45 academic majors and also houses...

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Not only is the campus beautiful, but the students and faculty are welcoming and very friendly. It is a great school, very safe, and gives all students the opportunity to get involved. Professors and coaches are helpful and extremely inviting.

” – Alona from Fair Lawn, NJ
Mount Ida College

This college is closed as of May 2018. 

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mount ida is a great school. i have made lots of friends and have learned many new things. i know have great leadership abilities that i did not have before.

” – Matthew from RUTLAND, MA
Bunker Hill Community College

Bunker Hill Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in Boston, Massachusetts. The college offers courses at all hours, including daytime, afternoon, early-evening, late-evening, midnight, and weekends, with fully-online options...

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Bunker Hill Community College is not only diverse, but the atmosphere over here is great. The school provides it's students with many great opportunities and with the help of the great staff.

” – Tashi from Malden, MA
Elms College

Elms College is a 4-year liberal arts institution located in Chicopee, Massachusetts. Founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Springfield, MA, Elms is a Catholic college and offers mass Monday through Thursday, as well as missions trips, programs...

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Elms College is best described as a friendly, tight knit family. Being a smaller college, students quickly become familiar and comfortable with their professors and fellow students. With a diverse population of students, a beautiful campus, and...

” – Rachel from Ellington, CT
University of Massachusetts-Lowell

The University of Massachusetts Lowell is the second largest public university in the state and maintains six colleges that collectively offer more than 175 degree programs. Programs at UMass Lowell span and interconnect the disciplines of business...

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The University of Massachusetts Lowell provides an outstanding atmosphere for students to excel. The community is very welcoming and the teachers are above adequate. The University has a great recreational center that allows students to separate from...

” – Jordyn from Salem, NH
Wheelock College

Originally founded as Miss Wheelock’s Kindergarten Training School, Boston University Wheelock is a college of education affiliated with Boston University. BU Wheelock confers bachelor’s degrees in 10 educational fields of study. Additionally, BU...

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The classes are all really interesting and the professors know a lot and are great.

” – Nicholas from Waterford, ME
Framingham State University

Founded in 1839, Framingham State University is a public institution based in Framingham, Massachusetts. Framingham operates the Center for Social Research, the Christa Corrigan McAuliffe Center for Education and Teaching Excellence, and the John C...

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Framingham has some of the best teachers I've ever had. Some are rather quirky, but others are truly brilliant! You not only trust most of them as a teacher, but also as a person.

” – Amber from West Wareham, MA

Fitchburg State University is a public Massachusetts institution founded in 1894. It has a “selective” admissions process and provides a liberal arts and sciences curriculum integrated with professional programs. The most popular majors are exercise...

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So many opportunities no matter what your intrests are. The professors care for each and every student and try their best to accomodate every student. Every person on campus is so friendly, you'll meet friends easily and get involved in something you...

” – Caylynn from Attleboro, MA
Lasell University

Founded in 1851, Lasell University is a private institution situated in Newton, Massachusetts, outside of Boston. The school offers degree programs focused on professionalism and all students complete at least one internship during their time at...

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Lasell College offers many appealing and intriguing courses designated to benefit your knowledge of your major. Also, the student to teacher ratio is roughly 15:1, so students get more attention in the classrooms.

” – Sarah from Wallingford, CT
Nichols College

Founded in 1815, Nichols College is a private nonprofit institution based in Dudley, Massachusetts. Nichols College offers a business-centered curriculum founded on a liberal arts education. It is a designated military-friendly school and provides...

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The teachers are always there for you and are only an email away when outside the classroom. It is impossible to fail because the teachers are always caring and they want you to succeed.

” – Joanna from Lawrence, MA
University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth

Originally founded as a pair of state-chartered textile schools, the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth is a public school in southeast Massachusetts and a campus of the UMass system. UMass Dartmouth is home to seven colleges and schools...

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I am only a freshman here and I love it already! Academically I enjoy attending my classes. I have many friends who moan and groan about going to class and I am EAGER to do so here! I have 4 classes now in lecture halls of about 200 students but the...

” – female from Brockton, MA

Originally founded as a school for immigrants in 1855, American International College is a 4-year liberal arts college in southern Massachusetts. AIC is home to three schools conferring bachelor’s degrees in over 40 academic majors. To help students...

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the school AIC is great. it is small which makes it easier to get around campus and for teachers to get to know you on a personal level. the area of Springfield that the school is placed in isn't very safe but the campus police make sure its safe on...

” – Sofia from Mass
Wheaton College

Wheaton College is a 4-year, coeducational college located halfway between Boston and Providence in Norton, Massachusetts. Students can choose between more than 100 majors and minors, all of which are influenced by the requirements-light Compass...

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Wheaton is a small, intensive liberal arts college in Norton, MA. While the town of Norton isn't a great college town and the campus is small, Wheaton has a great campus community with active and engaged students, faculty, and staff. Classes are...

” – Nicholas from Loudonville, NY
MCPHS University

Founded in 1823 as the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, MCPHS University is a private school of healthcare programs in Boston and the second-oldest college of pharmacy in the nation. MCPHS is home to 12 schools of healthcare hosting over 100...

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This college is not for people who want to party all day long with a huge campus and get in trouble. This college is for aspiring medical students who want to make a difference in the world, in a small campus with tiny classes which help you focus on...

” – Ashwin from North Potomac, MD
Anna Maria College

Anna Maria College is a private liberal arts institution founded by the Sisters of Saint Anne. The school provides a community service-focused curriculum rooted in the Roman Catholic faith. Popular areas of study include music and art therapy, health...

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The student to teacher ratio is 15-1!

” – Bernice from Bridgeport, CT
Bay Path University

Bay Path University is an all-female undergraduate univeresity in southern Massachusetts with co-educational programs at the graduate level. Bay Path confers bachelor’s degrees in 58 programs of study and also operates the first all-female online...

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Bay Path is a small school with a welcoming atmosphere. Literally, anyone that you pass will gladly help you, if you ask. Their facilities are amazing and because the school is small, you get a lot of personal attention.

” – Elizabeth from North Easton, MA

Quincy College is a public, 2-year institution established in Massachusetts. Quincy offers 24 certificate programs and 34 associate degree programs, and it has been granted the ability to confer baccalaureate degrees as well. The college is a...

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I've heard and read the courses here are great.

” – Courtney from Dorchester, MA

Just minutes from the Massachusetts/Rhode Island border, Bristol Community College is situated between the Taunton River and Watuppa Pond in the town of Fall River. For female students, the Women’s Center at BCC offers empowerment through...

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I've been to the campus it's clean and soothing; it's well looked after and taken care of. They have a map and clearly marked buildings for new students.

” – Jessica from Brockton, MA
Massachusetts College of Art and Design

Founded in 1873, Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) is the first freestanding public college of art and design in the country and the first to grant a degree. Located in Boston’s hub of arts and culture along the Avenue of the Arts...

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The education offers a wide variety of ideas and constructive criticism form not only peers but also the staff and professors. There are not only art courses, but there are others options to study other fields as well by taking some of the critical...

” – Dana from Uxbridge, MA

Named for the Native American tribal chief who greeted the pilgrims on their arrival in America, Massasoit Community College is a 2-year institution in the greater Boston area. Massasoit’s three campuses are home to 21 associate degree programs...

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Accounting wasn't my top choices for a career. But recently I took a class at Brockton High School and loved every moment of it. That is my new career in life.

” – Beshawn from Brockton, MA

North Shore Community College is a 2-year community college serving northeast coastal Massachusetts with three campuses. NSCC confers degrees and certificates in over 80 fields of study and rewards outstanding students with a Dean’s List and...

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I love my teachers!! They are so inspirational! They get you to understand what they teach, not just guide right through the materials. I have always found that once a class is over, I leave wanting to change myself and change the world for the...

” – Kathleen from Danvers, MA

Holyoke Community College is a 2-year institution and the first community college established in Massachusetts. Holyoke features a diverse student body and the college has been designated an Hispanic-Serving Institution. Several of HCC’s over 100...

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The professors are great, every one I had were very helpful and taught well. I am a photography major and the photo professors are such special people, I am so happy I went to HCC first to learn from them. Every photography major there come out pros...

” – Sumiah from Chicopee, MA

From its 45 acre campus in a wooded area of the Boston suburbs, Pine Manor College is a liberal arts institution dedicated to serving low-income and first generation students. Eighty five percent of Pine Manor’s student body are the first person in...

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I learned a lot that I didn't quite learn in high school. I improved on my Communication skills and writing. I also learn how to increase my analytical skills.

” – Zoe from Worcester, MA

Quinsigamond Community College is a 2-year community college in Worcester, Massachusetts. QCC offers over 60 associate degree programs and 50 certificates. Outside of the classroom, the Credit for Prior Learning program affords the chance to earn QCC...

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During my time here I have learned alot. The teacher's were always willing to help whoever was struggling, and they always answered any questions that I had.

” – Timothy from Auburn, MA

Located just a few miles from the Massachusetts mainland, Cape Cod Community College is the only 2-year institution of higher learning on the Cape. The college is known as the “Four C’s” and is home to 21 academic divisions, including a Funeral...

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At CCCCs you will find many dedicated professors. Many are retired professors from major universities. Because of the small size classes there are more chances to have one on one time with the professor to ask questions and receive help. The...

” – Ainsley from Osterville, MA
Bard College at Simon's Rock

Bard College at Simon's Rock is an early college with “more selective” admissions where high school students can enroll before graduation. The average age at entry is 16. Simon’s Rock is based in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, and provides a...

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Even though it is the most stress a person can endure, any amount of time at this school is worth it. The professors are incredible and have so much wisdom to share. The community of students also makes every class a unique experience.

” – Andro
Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Massachusetts Maritime Academy is a 4-year college offering maritime-related degrees. MMA students are required to wear regimental-style uniforms in accordance with the Regiment of Cadets. The Academy operates the TS Kennedy, on which students...

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Massachusetts Maritime Academy is a great school to attend and graduate from. This school helps you gain a lot of confidence in yourself and your knowledge. The Academy has a great network of graduates helping out and hiring students.

” – ian from arlington, MA

Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts is a public, 4-year institution established in the city of North Adams. Beyond their traditional course offerings, MCLA also features a variety of additional academic opportunities, including travel courses...

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As an English Major, MCLA has been more than able to teach me the tools that I need to further pursue my career. I truly believe MCLA is bringing me closer and closer to obtaining that goal. I believe no matter what the major or concentration this...

” – Kate
Boston Architectural College

Founded in 1889, Boston Architectural College is the largest college of spatial design in New England. The bachelor of architecture program curriculum combines classwork with professional employment at a design firm or through projects or...

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I am a Master's of Design Studies Student focusing in Historic Preservation through BAC's distance learning program, and what I love most about the school is the responsiveness of the professors. They have all been wonderful resources for the...

” – Jamie from Columbia, IL

Northern Essex Community College is a 2-year institution serving both northeastern Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. NECC offers associate degrees in 14 academic departments as well as innovative programs such as learning communities...

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Northern Essex Community College encompasses a diversified body of students. The professors at N.E.C.C. are encouraging, challenge the students and really care. I have attended Northern Essex Community College on a part-time basis for several years...

” – Stephanie from Haverhill, MA

Massachusetts Bay Community College is a 2-year institution with three campuses just outside of Boston. MassBay is home to seven academic departments offering degree and certificate programs and six associate degree programs are available entirely...

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If all goes according to plan I will learn a lot since I am older and returning to college after a 16 year laps. This time I am more focused and determined to accomplish all my goals at MassBay!

” – Susan
Gordon College

Gordon College is a nondenominational Christian liberal arts college in Wenham, Massachusetts. Gordon offers undergraduate degrees in 30 academic majors as well as the new Center for Career and Connection Institute to help students create life plans...

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Gordon College is amazing! There are so many opportunities to connect with other students on campus and ways to make friends. There are so many fun activities around campus and within the dorms. Really great Christian school!

” – Ashley from CT

Eastern Nazarene College is a private, Christ-centered institution established in Quincy, Massachusetts. The college offers over 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs, as well as the opportunity for students to attend a semester at Nashville...

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My professors were fantastic. They were all highly experienced business professionals or impressive academics. I learned a lot inside the classroom and participated in a lot of internships, too.

” – Jill from New Orleans, LA

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering is a private engineering school in the greater Boston area dedicated to training future innovators. Olin features a curriculum that encourages collaboration and culminates in undergraduate degrees in...

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I am so excited to be attending Olin in the fall. The curriculum is so different and allows for people with different learning styles to learn. I know that I am going to learn a lot.

” – Sophia from Miami, FL
Emmanuel College (MA)

Emmanuel College - Massachusetts is a private Roman Catholic institution. Originally a women’s college, it is now coeducational. EC is a part of the Colleges of Fenway consortium and operates two satellite locations in Quincy and Woburn as well as a...

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Though many people feel the college has a homey and family-like atmosphere, you will often find yourself stuck in cliques. It has the nickname EC High for that reason. Keep your studies #1 and make smart decisions and you'll love it and the location.

” – Kerri from Methuen, MA

Roxbury Community College is a 2-year community college in Boston dedicated to reducing economic and social barriers to opportunities for higher education. RCC is home to 25 associate degree programs in fields such as Web Technologies and Musical...

Mount Wachusett Community College is a 2-year institution with a main campus and three satellite locations in northern Massachusetts. Among the college’s over 70 academic programs, the Mount offers a number of accelerated courses that can be...

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A great stepping stone that will help you achieve what you thought you never could before.

Working around your own schedule and busy life at this college is definitely possible.

MWCC will do whatever it takes to help you succeed and is with you...

” – Shilo from Gardner, MA
Montserrat College of Art

Montserrat College of Art was founded by working creative professionals and operates on the tenet that “the practice of art, design, research, and creative enterprise has intrinsic value.” Montserrat confers Bachelors of Fine Arts (BFAs) in a variety...

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Montserrat is dedicated to seeing their students succeed during school and after graduation. There are a variety of classes and majors to focus on and plenty of real world connections students can make by talking to and working with professional...

” – Bronte from Monroe, CT
The Boston Conservatory

Founded in 1867, The Boston Conservatory is a performing arts conservatory situated in Boston, Massachusetts. The Conservatory merged with the Berklee College of Music in 2016 and is now known as The Boston Conservatory at Berklee. The school offers...

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A small school filled with talented people everywhere. The diversified population and talents of students allowed me to see and learn much broader. Everyone in the school supports each other with friendly and positive attitude, and it is located in...

” – Tin Yi from Boston, MA

Springfield Technical Community College is a public, 2-year institution established in the state of Massachusetts. STCC is the only technical community college in the state, making its catalogue of over 90 career programs particularly unique to the...

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This college offers an affordable academic system that can guide you onto the path of future successes. With an array of courses, this school provides the stepping stones to help familiarize yourself with the college environment. Most essential, the...

” – William from Springfield, MA
Hult International Business School

Hult International Business school is a private institution that focuses on the finance, international relations, and marketing aspects of business. The school has campuses in San Francisco, Boston, London, Dubai, Shanghai, and New York. The...

Situated at the foot of Greenfield Mountain, Greenfield Community College is a 2-year institution in northwest Massachusetts. GCC is home to 11 academic departments hosting 75 degree and certificate-granting programs. Additionally, GCC partners with...

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i love this school, everything about it is so inviting and comfortable. everyone in the school is so friendly and the is so much help available if you need it there is no way you cannot succeed here. i would highly recommend this school.

” – Meagan from Greenfield, MA

Berkshire Community College is a 2-year institution and the oldest community college in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. BCC is home to 15 academic departments granting degrees and certificates as well as an honors program. The college’s...

Founded by Massachusetts General Hospital, the MGH Institute of Health Professions is a graduate-level medical school in Boston. US News & World Report ranks MGH Institute’s Physical Therapy department number eight in the nation and its Speech...

William James College is a psychology-oriented graduate institution established in Newton, Massachusetts. The college values experiential learning and offers many opportunities for field placement in a variety of potential settings. Students enrolled...

Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology is a technology and engineering school in Boston. BFIT offers science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees, and is the only college in Massachusetts to offer degree programs in Opticianry...

With campus situated a short walk from the Public Garden, Bay State College is a for-profit college in Boston. Bay State offers bachelor’s and associate degrees in more than 15 areas of study. In addition to classroom work, students participate in a...

Labouré College is a Catholic school of nursing and healthcare studies in the greater Boston area. The majority of Labouré’s student population is made up of adult learners looking to transition to a career in the health science field. The college’s...

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in setting my goal of becoming an RN.

” – Glorimar from Methuen, MA

The New England Conservatory of Music is a private, musical education institution established in Boston, Massachusetts. As the oldest school of music in the country, as well as one of the most distinguished, NEC offers undergraduate and graduate...

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The Conservatory is an inspirational environment that fosters incredible talent without the cut-throat aura that most top music schools come with. As a top Music school in the world, the professors come from near and far with a level of expertise...

” – Corey from Boston, MA

The Massachusetts School of Law is a legal institution in northeast Massachusetts. The JD program at MSLAW gives students the chance to choose from six legal concentrations and is available in full time 3-year and part time 4-year curricula...

With a campus down by the banks of the River Charles, the New England College of Optometry is a Boston-based graduate institution training students for careers in the field of eye care. NECO instructs students in visual, ocular, and systemic care...

From its campus adjacent to Boston Common, the Urban College of Boston is a 2-year college in the heart of the Massachusetts state capital. UCB offers three associate degrees in Human Services Administration, General Studies, and Early Childhood...

Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is an Evangelical Christian graduate institution with a main campus in northeast Massachusetts and adult education campuses in Charlotte and Jacksonville. Gordon-Conwell features an international and diverse...

Located in the Cambridge, Massachusetts neighborhood of Harvard Square, the Longy School of Music of Bard College is a conservatory of the musical arts. Longy is home to 4-year Undergraduate Diploma programs in seven musical concentrations such as...

Originally founded in Rhode Island, Northpoint Bible College is a Christian school training students for Pentecostal ministry in northeast Massachusetts. To provide that training, NBC offers an associate degree in Bible and Theology featuring a...

Established in 1908, the  England Law School in Boston is a private law institution located in Massachusetts. NESL Boston offers both a Juris Doctor degree program, which is available in full-time, part-time-day, part-time-evening, and accelerated...

Situated just outside of downtown Boston, Boston Baptist College is a Christian institution affiliated with the Baptist Bible Fellowship International. As Boston’s only evangelical college, Boston Baptist offers a bachelor’s degree in Ministry with...

As the first and only public med school founded in Massachusetts, the University of Massachusetts Medical School is an institution of health care studies in Worcester. UMass Medical School offers an MD and MD/PhD program through its School of...

Located in Boston’s historic north end, the North Bennet Street School is an artisan institution providing hands-on training for students in a number of trades utilizing evolving technology. The school offers nine full time professional training...

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