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West Virginia University is a family of unique campuses united by a single mission: to deliver a quality education that will change lives. From the groundbreaking research of our flagship in Morgantown to the student-centered hub of Potomac State College in Keyser and the STEM-intensive programs at WVU Tech in Beckley — we are leveraging our talents and resources to create a better future for West Virginia and the world. As a land-grant institution, the contributions of our employees directly impacts the 1.8 million people of the state every day. Our campus touches each corner of West Virginia, with 518 buildings on 15,880 acres, Extension Service offices in all 55 counties, 10 experimental farms and 4 forests. We are the social and economic engine of West Virginia and the driving force behind change in the state. WVU has received several employment and outreach awards, including a 2017 Military Friendly Employer designation and 2017 North American Candidate Experience Award.
Whether you're looking for heat, humidity, or higher education, Houston's the place for you. The University of Houston System can't do much about the first two, but more than 54,000 students seek the latter at four Houston-area universities. Flagship institution the University of Houston was founded in 1927 and offers about 300 bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs. Also under the system's umbrella are the University of Houston-Clear Lake, the University of Houston-Downtown, the University of Houston-Victoria, and learning centers in Cinco Ranch and Sugar Land, Texas. The system was established in 1977.
Most of us bleed red, but students and alumni of this university bleed auburn. One of the largest schools in the South, Auburn University has an enrollment of roughly 24,600 students and offers bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in more than 140 different fields of study through about a dozen colleges and schools. Auburn University's student-teacher ratio is 18:1. It has a branch campus in Montgomery, Alabama. Auburn University was founded by the Alabama Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College. It became a state institution in 1872 and adopted its current name in 1960.