|1.||St. Joseph's College|
located over a 30-acre lakeside campus in Patchogue, Long Island, "The Teaching College" prepares undergrads to become "Future Teachers of America." "St. Joe's," as it is affectionately referred to by current students, offers students a great education at relatively low cost (70% of students recieve some form of financial aid/scholarship!)
St. Joe's is also known for its comprehensive business major and related concentrations, and offers a full range of other majors and programs besides teaching and business.
For the fifth year in a row, the 2007 ranking of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report named St. Joseph's College to the top tier of the "Northern Comprehensive Colleges – Bachelor’s" category.
St. Joseph's has two campuses, one on Long Island (Suffolk County)and the other in Brooklyn. Even though the L.I. campus is mostly a commuter school, don't let that fool you.
Lasting friendships ensue due to a strong sense of community on campus: student government, campus activities board, dozens of clubs and greek life opprotunities await!
Oh--and most of the parties are pretty sick.
I've met so many awesome people while going to school at St. Joseph's College, if only they could fix that web registration!