United States Top 10 Universities

Founded as King's College in 1754, it was renamed Columbia College when it reopened in 1784 after the American Revolution.

Caltech was founded as Throop University in 1891 by Amos Gager Throop (pronounced T-R-O-O-P).

As a member of the prestigious Ivy League, Yale stands alongside renowned universities known for their academic prowess.

MIT was founded on April 10, 1861, the day it was granted its official charter by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

On October 28, 1636, Harvard, the first college in the American colonies, was founded

In 1855, the school was chartered as the College of California, after which Durant was elected the first president of the University of California in 1870.

UPenn's commitment to academic excellence is reflected in the exceptional quality of education provided across its 12 distinctive schools.

Princeton University was founded in Elizabeth, New Jersey in 1746 as the College of New Jersey.