• When is my Spring Break 2016? February 22 – 26, 2016

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of February 22 – 26, 2016. (Spring Break calendar weeks are Monday-Friday.)

    School – Enrollment
    Concordia College – 45,954
    Eastern Michigan University – 22,974
    Fanshawe College – 15,000
    Saint John’s University – 15,720
    Siena College – 3,390
    Total: 103,038

  • Spring Break News Round-Up Vol. 2

    Spring Break is in full swing with the majority of colleges and universities going on break this week and next. Let’s check in and see what is happening in the world of Spring Break and what is making news.

    — San Antonio Police Department: Certain crimes ‘bloom’ during spring break
    — This Is What Spring Break Looked Like in 1947
    Wild Photos of Spring Break Partiers Through the Decades
    — ECU students participate in “staycation” for Spring Break
    — Spring break brings chance to try new food
    — Lone deputy breaks up Spring Break beach brawl
    — Evolution of spring break at Illinois State University
    — Photo gallery: Students enjoy spring break on South Beach
    19 Sexiest Spring Break Destinations in America
    — College students flock to the coast for spring break
    — Spring Break Offers Disappointed Swimmers A Chance to Refuel
    — Spring break brings return of grandparent scam
    — Spring Break Guide To Playa del Carmen
    Top 5 Ski Destinations For Your Spring Break
    — Spring Break Drinking Is A Marathon, Not A Sprint
    The Best Spring Break Swimsuit Trends
    — Spring Break Fashion Essentials: Make the Few Clothes You’ll Be Wearing Count
    — The 12 Best Spring Breaks Now That You’re an Adult
    — Just because, here is video of Lindsey Pelas running Slo Mo
    — Photo Gallery: Ball State Spring Break 2015
    — Guide to Spring Break: Austin, Texas
    — 12 Secrets No One Tells You About Spring Break
    — Last-minute, sunny getawayswithout the spring-break crowd
    — Spring Break staycation ideas that won’t break the bank
    — Forget Florida for spring break, go skiing in NY
    Tips for Spring Break
    Tips to avoid Spring Break scammers
    — Top Colleges Where Girls Party The Hardest During Spring Break
    — GIFs of Hilarious Spring Break Moments That Didn’t Go As Planned (22 gifs)
    The 15 Worst People You Meet During Spring Break
    — Yes, it’s Spring Break in the Keys — but the crowds are tamer
    — Spring Break hits Pensacola Beach
    Need some spring break ideas?
    — 17 Ways To Bring Spring Break To You

  • Spring Break News Round-Up Vol. 1

    Every now and then we like to take the temperature, check the pulse if you will, of how the Spring Break season is going. We already told you about the colleges that were on Spring Break the week of February 23 – 27th and March 2 – 6. Let’s check in and see what happened in the news and blogs during those weeks for Spring Breakers.

    Fourteen Carnegie Mellon University students spend spring break in Victoria doing community service

    — A Holiday Inn in Florida is livestreaming its massive spring break pool party
    — Rain, Rough Surf Target Some Top Spring Break Destinations
    — Alternative spring break will bring college students to Ferguson
    — Clearwater Beach businesses adapt to changing spring break
    — Four frugal tips for a Puerto Rican spring break
    — Spring Break in full swing but Keys aren’t the destination they used to be
    — State troopers launch Spring Break patrols
    — Texas DWI patrols increase during spring break period
    — A Spring Break Staycation: Plenty to do for those staying in Boston
    — Breckenridge named one of the ‘trashiest’ spring break destinations
    — What To Do Over Spring Break: State College Edition
    Be body positive this Spring Break
    — In Sarasota spring break tourists are rolling in
    — Tampa Bay named top spring break destination
    — 4 Instagram-worthy spring break destinations
    — Panama City is Ranked Second Cheapest Spring Break Destination
    — Orbitz offers information on 2015 spring break trends
    — Who’s Ready for an Alternative Spring Break?
    — Organization to offer students airport shuttles, round trip buses for Spring Break destinations
    — Tech trends key for spring break travel
    — Hilton Head beach makes top 10 list for Spring Break destinations
    Spring break struggles
    — Spring break guide: San Diego
    Portable, Potable Brews For Spring Break
    — Spring Break over the years: How beach parties lost their hype
    Top 5 spring break essentials
    — Free (and cheap) Spring Break activities in Dallas-Fort Worth
    — Last-Minute Spring Break Trips, Away From the Party Set
    How much do students spend on spring break?
    Is Mexico Safe for Spring Break?
    — How to Avoid Last-Minute Spring Break Travel Scams
    — Spring break guide: Lake Havasu City
    — 7 Things You Don’t Miss About Spring Break Now That You’re A Responsible, Fancy Adult
    — Spring Break gas cheapest in 6 years Road trip to South Padre to cost $29 less than last year
    How to Have the Best Spring Break
    — Myrtle Beach is potentially emerging as one of this year’s hot spring break destinations.
    — Tips for making spring break vacations more enjoyable and affordable
    Top 5 things to not do over Spring Break

  • When is my Spring Break? April 6 – 10, 2015

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of April 6 – 10, 2015.

    SchoolEnrollment
    Hofstra University – 12,400
    Houston Community College – 57,364
    Kennesaw State University – 23,103
    Louisiana State University – 29,549
    New York Medical College – 1,660
    Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota – 5,700
    SUNY Binghamton – 14,713
    SUNY Buffalo – 28,601
    SUNY College at Buffalo – 11,659
    SUNY College at Cortland – 7,200
    SUNY College at Fredonia – 5,398
    SUNY College at New Paltz – 7,885
    SUNY College at Old Westbury – 3,896
    SUNY College at Oneonta – 5,852
    SUNY College at Potsdam – 3,902
    SUNY College at Purchase – 4,000
    SUNY College of Technology at Canton – 3,320
    University of Louisiana Monroe – 7,519
    Total: 233,721

  • When is my Spring Break? March 30 – April 3, 2015

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of March 30 – April 3, 2015.

    SchoolEnrollment
    College of DuPage – 29,000
    College of New Rochelle – 6,800
    Cornell University – 20,939
    Eastern Kentucky University – 16,567
    Johnson C. Smith University – 1,500
    Lindenwood University – 17,351
    Marymount Manhattan College – 2,040
    Saint Olaf College – 3,007
    Tulane University – 13,359
    Union University – 4,259
    University of Delaware – 19,391
    University of Montevallo – 2,885
    University of Saint Thomas – 10,534
    University of Southern Maine – 10,974
    University of Wisconsin – 42,595
    Vermont Technical College – 1,453
    Xavier University of Louisiana – 3,200
    Total: 205,854

  • How to save money on Spring Break – 12 Tips

    Everyone wants to have a great time on Spring Break but nobody wants to overpay for it. College students are notoriously broke and need to live on a budget. So why is it that Spring Break destinations and tours think college students are willing to overpay for a week of fun in the sun?

    Paying too much for Spring Break is so outdated and a thing of the past. By adjusting your mindset and a little bit of planning, these 12 tips can help you save money on Spring Break so you won’t have to eat Ramen noodles until finals week.

    Do Your Homework Before Leaving

    You go on Spring Break to get away from homework, not do more of it. If you follow these steps prior to leaving on Spring Break, you will be able to save a ton of cash.

    1. Plan Ahead – There is a reason why those travel websites can offer last minute deal on hotels and airfare. The reason is not as many people are flying or coming to stay in their hotel and rather than let the seats or beds go empty, they would rather sell them than “eat” them. The plane is already going to be taking off whether it is half full with full-fare customers or full with half the plane paying half price. This is not the case with Spring Break flights and hotels. The hotels are probably going to be booked well ahead of time so procrastinating will guarantee either getting shut out or getting killed on your room rate. Simple supply and demand. Be the one that chooses a destination and sticks with it well ahead of the Spring Break rush. By planning ahead, you can now target how much you will need to save in order to pay for it all once you get there.

    2. Be True to your School – Many colleges have on-campus travel agencies and have insight on great deals. Some up and coming vacation destination looking to attract college students may be running killer deals to encourage students to make their location the next “IT” spot for Spring Break. If you are in a Greek organization or other student group, you may be able to negotiate a group rate. There is power in numbers and if you can guarantee a vacation location 50 to 100 students, they will more than likely cut you a great deal.

    3. Power in Numbers (again) – We mentioned there is power in numbers but using group negotiated deals like Living Social or Groupon can really help you save on excursions or meals while you are on vacation.

    4. Be Social – Do some research before you go on the location you are going to hitting. Travel blogs and message boards might be a great way to gather information on what restaurants offer the largest portions for the lowest price or which bars have all-day happy hour prices. Finding the hot spots before you go will save you a lot of time and money trying to figure out where to go once you are on the ground.

    5. Know the local laws – Some places will allow alcohol on the beach but just not in a glass bottle. Some places have open container laws and others don’t. (That’s why we recommend enlisting Can Covers for those places.) Local law enforcement in Spring Break hot spots have a lower tolerance for shenanigans during the Spring Break weeks than any other time of the year, so be careful. Tickets with big fines can be a huge source of revenue for the local city or county and police may be encouraged to look for easy tickets to load up those local coffers. A trip to the drunk tank can be costly with not only bail money but court costs and fines well after you have left to go back to school.

    6. Make a List and Check it Twice – Making a list a week before you plan to leave will save you a lot of money. It gives you an opportunity to think about what you may need and even more time to remember things you may forget if trying to pack in less than 30 minutes. You can check to see if you will have enough sunscreen and buy it locally at a much cheaper price than the convenience store right next to the beach that will mark it up 300% more than your local drugstore. Make sure to put your cell phone charger at the top of the list along with your swimsuit.

    Once There, Be Open to Money Saving Ideas

    Once you get to your destination, everyone wants to get to having a good time right away. If you are open to sticking to a plan and being flexible to what it will take to stick within your budget, you can come home with more money than you expected to spend.

    1. Bring your Student ID – Food and entertainment venues typically offer student discounts. It can’t hurt to try and break out your ID each time you pay for something. What’s the worst they can say? No? If they offer a “Senior” discount, and they mean Senior Citizen but you are a senior in college, see if you can’t play that one off too. If your parents are members of the Auto Club, see if you can book things using their Triple-A card. Again, the worst thing they can say is no.

    2. BYOB – More than likely while on Spring Break, you are going to buy some booze. You can’t escape buying drinks at the nightclubs. But you can keep the number of drinks purchased at a bar lower if you BYOB from home. More than likely you will be pre-gaming in your room before heading out for the night. No need to buy a case of beer while there when it is probably cheaper from home. Hotels all have ice machines and bring an ice chest or a way to rapidly cool down your bottle or can. This way you can have a good buzz going before hitting the club scene and you don’t have to pay $15 for a watered down vodka tonic.

    3. Be Open to New Places – Sometimes taking the path less traveled can be just as fun as doing the same thing everyone else is doing. You think places like Cancun or South Padre Island are going to lower their rates during Spring Break months? Fat chance. Other places less popular but just as fun offer great alternatives at a much cheaper cost.

    4. These Flip Flops were made for Walking – Taking cabs can be expensive. Ride sharing like Uber or Lyft might be less expensive but can still cost you. Your feet and legs are free. Try going somewhere that has good public transportation or bike rentals. By not renting a car and not incurring that expense, you won’t be tempted to drink and drive and we all know what a bad idea that is.

    5. The Unconventional Accommodations – Hotels jack up their rates for Spring Break so finding an alternative might be a good choice. Maybe you have a friend that goes to college near a Spring Break destination and their Spring Break and your Spring Break is not the same week. Ask to crash on their floor or couch in exchange for taking him/her out with you in search of some fun. Maybe you have family or friends that live in a location that is a Spring Break hot spot. Just make sure they are cool family friends and won’t get too judgmental when you come home after a few adult beverages.

    6. Grub Smartly and Cheaply – Buffets are always a good choice to get a lot of food in your belly for a low price. Some hotels offer a free breakfast and make sure to take advantage of that. Just make sure you aren’t too hung over to make it downstairs before they clear breakfast and you are out of luck. (To make sure you aren’t hungover, check out our Hangover Prevention section.) Reduce the number of carbs you eat and load up on proteins. Carbs burn quickly and make you hungry faster while proteins take longer to digest and you will be hungry less frequently. Make sure to avoid the mini-bar if you get the late night munchies. $12 for some M&Ms and a soda is not a smart way to stay on budget.

    What did we miss? If you have a great money saving tip for Spring Breakers, leave a comment below and share it with us.

  • When is my Spring Break? March 23 – 27, 2015

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of March 23 – 27, 2015.

    SchoolEnrollment
    Alabama State University – 5,800
    Arkansas State University – 13,438
    Arkansas Tech University – 10,972
    Athens State University – 3,500
    Auburn University-Auburn – 25,469
    Bowie State University – 5,600
    Brown University – 8,649
    Carthage College – 2,500
    Central Methodist University – 3,382
    Colby College – 1,825
    College of Saint Catherine – 5,246
    College of the Ozarks – 1,371
    Columbia College Chicago – 11,922
    DePaul University – 16,384
    DePauw University – 2,400
    Elmhurst College – 3,400
    Faulkner University – 3,574
    Freed-Hardeman University – 1,972
    Harper College – 26,441
    Hartwick College – 1,531
    Hendrix College – 1,454
    Huntingdon College – 1,107
    Indiana University – 110,436
    Indiana University-Bloomington – 42,731
    Indiana University-East – 2,459
    Indiana University-Kokomo – 3,719
    Indiana University-Northwest – 5,560
    Indiana University-South Bend – 8,394
    Indiana University-Southeast – 6,840
    Indiana University/Purdue University at Fort Wayne – 14,000
    Jacksonville State University – 9,490
    John Brown University – 2,183
    Kalamazoo College – 1,403
    Kent State University – 42,513
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology – 10,894
    Miami University – 20,126
    Middlebury College – 2,507
    Miles College – 1,900
    New Jersey Berkeley College – 8,900
    Northwest Missouri State University – 1,025
    Northwestern University – 20,000
    Oberlin College – 2,800
    Orange County Community College – 6,441
    Parsons School of Design – 4,200
    Saint Francis College – 2,744
    Southwest Baptist University – 2,570
    The New School – 9,825
    Union College – 2,194
    University of Akron – 24,601
    University of Arkansas – 24,595
    University of California Irvine – 27,676
    University of Central Arkansas – 13,863
    University of Colorado at Boulder – 29,894
    University of Illinois Chicago – 28,091
    University of Kaupy & Wright – 1,337
    University of Missouri – 34,255
    University of Missouri Kansas City – 15,473
    University of Nebraska – 50,000
    University of North Alabama – 7,243
    University of Oregon – 20,631
    University of West Alabama – 5,157
    Valdosta State University – 13,089
    Virginia Commonwealth University – 31,899
    Wellesley College – 2,300
    West Virginia University – 29,616
    Williams College – 2,188
    Total:865,699

  • When is my Spring Break? March 16 – 20, 2015

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of March 16 – 20, 2015.

    SchoolEnrollment
    Adelphi University – 8,603
    Agnes Scott College – 998
    Albright College – 2,334
    Alfred State College – 3,200
    Allegheny College – 2,100
    Amherst College – 1,795
    Anderson University (IN) – 2,565
    Anderson University (SC) – 2,480
    Arcadia University – 4,021
    Armstrong Atlantic State University – 7,538
    Asbury College – 1,700
    Augsburg College – 3,822
    Avila University – 1,818
    Babson College – 3,439
    Bard College — 2,305
    Barnard College – 2,360
    Berklee College of Music – 4,270
    Birmingham-Southern College – 1,400
    Brewton-Parker College – 1,119
    Bryan College – 1,292
    Bucks County Community College – 4,119
    Caldwell College – 2,300
    Calvin College – 4,075
    Canisius College – 3,369
    Central Connecticut State University – 9,678
    Chesapeake College – 3,914
    Chowan College – 1,260
    Clarion University of Pennsylvania – 5,895
    Clarkson University – 3,018
    Clemson University – 15,459
    Colgate University – 2,825
    College of Mount Saint Vincent – 1,527
    Columbia University – 27,606
    Concord University – 3,048
    Concordia University, Wisconsin – 7,618
    Delaware county Community College – 10,627
    Denison University – 2,132
    Dillard University – 1,200
    Drake University – 3,164
    Drury University – 5,474
    Earlham College – 1,181
    Eastern Connecticut State University – 4,493
    Eastern Illinois University – 11,651
    Edgewood College – 20,003
    Elon University – 5,225
    Emporia State University – 6,314
    Endicott College – 2,250
    Eureka College – 785
    Fairmont State University – 7,740
    Farmingdale State College – 8,000
    Finger Lakes Community College – 6,699
    Fordham University – 15,158
    Fort Hays State University – 11,883
    Framingham State College – 5,903
    Franklin & Marshall College – 2,118
    Frostburg State University – 5,215
    Gainesville State College – 8,968
    Genesee Community College – 7,208
    Georgetown College – 3,200
    Georgia College & State University – 6,654
    Georgia Institute of Technology – 20,487
    Georgia Southern University – 20,212
    Georgia Southwestern State University – 303
    Georgia State University – 40,000
    Grand View University – 2,200
    Greensboro College – 1,250
    Greenville College – 11,003
    Grinnell College – 1,688
    Guilford College – 2,706
    Gulf Coast State College – 7,207
    Hamline University – 6,000
    Hampshire College – 1,500
    Hampton University – 5,000
    Harding University – 6,815
    Harvard University – 21,225
    Hobart and William Smith Colleges – 2,110
    Hope College – 3,200
    Howard University – 10,491
    Indiana State University – 12,114
    Iowa State University – 31,040
    Johns Hopkins University – 4,744
    Kansas State University – 24,378
    Kean University – 16,000
    Keene State College – 5,443
    Keuka College – 1,867
    Lafayette College – 2,382
    Lamar University – 13,773
    Lasell College – 1,760
    Lawrence University – 1,566
    Lehigh University – 4,883
    Lesley University – 9,625
    Lipscomb University – 4,278
    Logan University – 1,045
    Macalester College – 2,005
    Manhattan College – 2,600
    Marist College – 4,536
    Mars Hill College – 1,237
    Marshall University – 10,020
    Mohawk Valley Community College – 7,200
    Monmouth University – 4,744
    Morehead State University – 8,732
    Mount Holyoke College – 2,200
    Murray State University – 10,623
    New Jersey Institute of Technology – 9,558
    New York Institute of Technology – 14,000
    New York University – 38,391
    Nichols College – 1,459
    North Central College – 2,900
    North Dakota State University – 14,399
    Ohio State University – 56,867
    Onondaga Community College – 12,000
    Pace University – 14,177
    Philadelphia University – 2,707
    Pittsburg State University – 7,277
    Plattsburgh State University – 6,214
    Plymouth State College – 4,300
    Princeton University – 7,567
    Purdue University – 39,726
    Purdue University Calumet – 10,133
    Rider University – 5,790
    Rowan University – 10,438
    Rutgers- Newark – 11,804
    Rutgers-Camden – 6,158
    Saint Lawrence University – 2,327
    Saint Mary’s College of Maryland – 2,035
    Salisbury University – 8,606
    Samford University – 2,882
    Sarah Lawrence College – 1,235
    Shepherd University – 4,200
    Sheridan College – 17,000
    Southeast Missouri State University – 10,477
    Southern Connecticut State University – 8,496
    Southwestern Illinois College -16,245
    Spalding University – 2,000
    Springfield College – 3,621
    St. Clair College – 6,500
    State University of West Georgia – 11,646
    Stephens College – 1,000
    Stevenson University – 3,929
    Suffolk University – 9,500
    Texas A&M University -53,337
    Texas State University – 34,229
    Texas Tech University – 32,611
    The College of New Jersey – 6,964
    Towson University – 17,517
    Tufts University – 9,517
    U Wisc Green Bay – 6,665
    Union County College – 11,100
    University of Alabama – 33,602
    University Of Arizona – 30,346
    University of Baltimore – 2,412
    University of Bridgeport – 2,248
    University of Central Missouri – 11,191
    University of Connecticut – 22,472
    University of Dubuque – 1,559
    University of Hartford – 4,842
    University of Houston – 39,820
    University of Iowa – 30,328
    University of Kansas – 29,462
    University of Kentucky – 28,094
    University of Louisville – 15,125
    University of Maryland – 37,631
    University of Massachusetts – 68,315
    University of Minnesota – 52,557
    University of New England – 7,330
    University of New Haven – 6,000
    University of North Dakota – 15,250
    University of Northern Iowa – 1,114
    University of Rio Grande – 2,300
    University of Scranton – 4,084
    University of South Florida – 47,122
    University of Tennessee Knoxville – 27,523
    University of Texas – 38,463
    University of Wyoming – 13,657
    Vassar College – 2,450
    Virginia Military Institute – 1,500
    Virginia Union University – 1,700
    Warren Wilson College – 900
    Washburn University – 7,303
    Washington & Jefferson College – 1,519
    Wayne State University – 32,564
    Western Connecticut State University – 5,907
    Western Illinois University – 11,300
    Western New England College – 3,657
    Wichita State University – 14,806
    William Paterson University – 11,518
    Winthrop University – 5,913
    Worcester State College – 4,665
    Total:1,908,360

  • When is my Spring Break? March 9 – 13, 2015

    Chances are that if you are in college, you probably already know when your spring break is scheduled. But what about the other colleges and universities that will be on Spring Break the same time as you?

    With the help of Trip Smarter, we have a list of those schools that are out on Spring Break week-by-week. These are the schools that are out on Spring Break for the week of March 9 – 13, 2015.

    SchoolEnrollment
    Albertus Magnus College – 1,600
    Albion College – 1,492
    Alfred University – 2,300
    Alverno College – 2,815
    American International College – 2,300
    American University – 10,000
    Antioch New England – 1,200
    Appalachian State University – 17,500
    Arizona State University – 72,254
    Austin Peay State University – 9,835
    Baylor University – 15,195
    Becker College – 1,739
    Bemidji State University – 5,365
    Benedict College – 2,500
    Bentley College – 4,157
    Bloomfield Colleges – 2,100
    Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania – 8,877
    Boston University – 30,823
    Bowdoin College – 1,777
    Bowling Green State University – 17,706
    Bridgewater College – 1,651
    Bryn Mawr College – 1,771
    Bucknell University – 3,500
    Butler University – 4,034
    Carleton College – 1,958
    Carroll University – 3,292
    Case Western Reserve University – 4,227
    Charleston Southern University – 3,298
    Chatham College – 2,300
    Claflin University – 1,800
    Clark Atlanta University – 4,000
    Cleveland State University – 17,204
    Coastal Carolina University – 8,360
    College of Coastal Georgia – 3,500
    College of William and Mary – 6,071
    Collin College – 51,000
    Connecticut College – 1,911
    Cornell College – 1,197
    Creighton University – 7,730
    Curry College – 2,000
    Daemen College – 2,958
    Daniel Webster College – 1,200
    Dartmouth College – 6,000
    Dean College – 1,055
    Defiance College – 1,000
    Delaware Valley College 1,700
    Dickinson College – 2,300
    Dordt College – 1,300
    Duke University – 14,746
    East Tennessee State University – 15,536
    Emory University – 13,893
    Fairfield University – 4,991
    Ferris State University – 14,560
    Fisher College – 1,121
    Fitchburg State College – 5,201
    Florida International University – 47,966
    Florida State University – 40,474
    Francis Marion University – 4,187
    Franciscan University of Steubenville – 2,088
    Furman University – 2,704
    George Mason University – 33,320
    Georgetown University – 17,130
    Georgia Gwinnett College – 8,400
    Gettysburg College – 2,600
    Glenville State College – 1,882
    High Point University – 4,500
    Hilbert College – 1,100
    Hillsdale College – 1,402
    Hood College – 2,435
    Husson College – 3,500
    Illinois State University 20,762
    Illinois Wesleyan University – 2,090
    Ithaca College – 6,448
    James Madison University – 18,971
    Juniata College – 1,619
    Kentucky State University – 2,341
    Kentucky Wesleyan College – 834
    LaGrange College – 1,137
    Lander University – 3,000
    Le Moyne College – 3,533
    Liberty University – 13,400
    Lynchburg College 2,500
    Macon State College – 5,702
    Marietta College – 1,417
    Marquette University – 8,012
    Massachusetts College of Art – 1,863
    Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – 2,100
    Massachusetts School of Law – 635
    McKendree University – 3,220
    Mercer University – 5,500
    Merrimack College – 2,300
    Methodist University – 2,100
    Michigan State University – 47,954
    Michigan Technological University – 6,957
    Middle Tennessee State University 24,192
    Midway College – 1,800
    Millersville University Of Pennsylvania – 7,644
    Milligan College – 1,130
    Millikin University – 2,400
    Minnesota State University – 15,649
    Minnesota State University Mankato – 13,547
    Minnesota State University Moorhead – 7,497
    Missouri State University – 21,059
    Missouri Valley College – 1,789
    Missouri Western State University – 6,010
    Montclair State University – 18,498
    Morehouse College – 2,439
    Mount Ida College – 1,300
    Mount Mary College – 1,443
    Mountain State University – 1,070
    New England College – 1,460
    Newberry College – 1,100
    North Carolina Central University – 8,612
    North Park University – 3,251
    Northeastern University – 15,339
    Northern Illinois University – 25,313
    Northern Kentucky University – 15,405
    Northwood University – 4,500
    Norwich University – 2,100
    Oglethorpe University – 1,000
    Ohio Dominican University – 3,052
    Ohio Wesleyan University – 1,850
    Old Dominion University – 24,125
    Olivet College – 1,145
    Park University – 25,500
    Pennsylvania College of Technology – 5,976
    Pennsylvania State University – 44,817
    Pikeville College – 1,841
    Quincy University – 1,169
    Quinnipiac University – 8,400
    Radford University – 9,370
    Rhode Island College – 9,000
    Rhodes College – 1,820
    Roosevelt University – 7,306
    Saint Bonaventure University – 2,000
    Saint Cloud State University – 15,536
    Saint Louis University – 13,785
    Sam Houston State University – 17,618
    Seton Hall University – 5,245
    Seton Hill College – 2,014
    Shaw University – 2,800
    Shenandoah University – 1,767
    Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania – 6,579
    Simpson College – 1,485
    Skidmore College – 2,500
    South Carolina State University – 5,000
    Southern Illinois University at Carbondale – 11,341
    Southern Methodist University – 12,000
    Spelman College – 2,355
    Spring Arbor University – 2,940
    Stonehill College – 2,600
    Swarthmore College – 1,545
    Syracuse University – 20,407
    Tennessee State University – 8,456
    Tennessee Technological University – 10,000
    The College of Wooster – 1,854
    The George Washington University – 24,531
    Thiel College – 1,096
    Troy University – 29,689
    Truman State University – 6,101
    Tuskegee University – 3,156
    UNC Asheville – 3,609
    UNC Chapel Hill – 29,390
    UNC Greensboro – 18,502
    UNC Pembroke – 6,433
    UNC Wilmington – 12,743
    United States Coast Guard Academy – 990
    United States Naval Academy – 4,400
    University of Central Florida – 58,698
    University of Charleston – 1,315
    University of Evansville – 3,050
    University of Georgia – 33,367
    University of Indianapolis – 5,200
    University of Memphis – 17,963
    University of Miami – 15,657
    University of Mississippi – 20,844
    University of New Hampshire – 12,218
    University of Notre Dame – 11,733
    University of Pennsylvania – 21,329
    University of Pittsburgh – 28,766
    University of Rhode Island – 19,095
    University of Richmond – 4,250
    University of Rochester – 5,643
    University of South Carolina – 45,251
    University of South Dakota – 10,151
    University of Southern Indiana – 10,820
    University of Southern Mississippi – 17,968
    University of Tampa – 6,900
    University of Tennessee at Chattanooga – 11,429
    University of Virginia – 21,106
    Upper Iowa University – 6,158
    Wagner College – 2,400
    Wake Forest University – 4,412
    Washington College – 1,350
    Washington University in Saint Louis – 14,070
    Waynesburg College – 1,500
    Webster University – 21,091
    Wesleyan University – 2,870
    West Chester University of Pennsylvania – 12,800
    Western Carolina University – 10,000
    Western Kentucky University – 21,048
    Western Michigan University – 25,045
    Westfield State College – 5,500
    Winona State University – 8,896
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute – 3,537
    Yale University – 11,593
    Youngstown State University – 11,803
    Total: 1,992,842