Ursinus College

Founded in 1869, Ursinus (the Latin version of “bear”) was named after 16th century reformer Zachariah Baer. Its 170-acre suburban campus in Philadelphia is home to 1,500 students and a wide range of majors. In addition to being one of 14 colleges in the nation designated a Peace Corps Preparatory center, Ursinus hosts a Phi Beta Kappa chapter and is one of 75 colleges designated to name Bonner Leaders.

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