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The University of Wisconsin - Parkside was founded in 1968. It is located in Kenosha. The campus is located in a suburban area and is 750 acres. It is ranked as Tier 2 for National Liberal Arts Colleges in the 2013 edition of Best Colleges. It has about 4,700 students that enroll each year. The acceptance rate for this university is 67.3 percent.
There are many campuses to choose from within the University of Wisconsin System. Each campus is unique with different academic specializations and atmospheres. Some enroll fewer students so the class sizes will be smaller. Visiting the schools will help you get a better understanding of what the institutions offer.

University of Illinois

The University of Illinois is a public university system comprised of three campuses. The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign is located in Urbana, Illinois, in the mid-eastern region of Illinois. Also known as UIUC, this school is the second oldest public university in the state of Illinois. UIUC is also one of the founding members of the Big Ten athletic conference. The second campus is the University of Illinois at Chicago. Located in one of the biggest cities in the country, University of Illinois in Chicago offers 15 degree programs for live paper help and has more than 27,000 enrolled students. University of Illinois at Springfield is located in Illinois' state capital. This is the newest campus of the University of Illinois school system. This university has more than 5,000 students and provides more than 40 undergraduate, master's, and doctoral programs.

Southern Illinois University

Southern Illinois University is based in Carbondale, Illinois, although it has multiple campuses throughout the state. Also known as SIUC, the Carbondale campus offers eight colleges and three graduate school programs. The Southern Illinois University location in Edwardsville was once known as a commuter school. However, in recent years, new dorms have been built in order to make it more of a residential university. The Edwardsville campus includes an undergraduate school and seven graduate schools. Southern University of Illinois also has a variety of satellite schools, including schools of medicine, dentistry, and nursing.

Northern Illinois University

Northern Illinois University is located in Dekalb, Illinois. It also has satellite campuses in Hoffman Estates and Naperville and online. Also known as NIU, this university is one of only two Illinois public universities that participate in NCAA Division 1 athletics. NIU has seven undergraduate colleges with more than 25,000 students. It also offers 79 graduate degree programs and a variety of doctoral degree programs.

Illinois State University

Illinois State University has the impressive title of being Illinois' oldest public university. Also known as ISU, it is located in the twin cities of Bloomington and Normal, Illinois. Given ISU's founding origins as a training school for teachers, it is no surprise that ISU is one of the biggest producers of teachers in the U.S. ISU offers a variety of bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. Total student enrollment is more than 20,500 students.

-- DorisHall - 2020-09-16

Topic revision: r1 - 2020-09-16 - DorisHall
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