What do Dallas, Washington, D.C., New Orleans, Boston, Miami and New York all have in common? All of these cities are synonymous with thriving business communities, hubs of cultural and educationally enriching experiences, dynamic landscapes, and welcoming urban environments. Each city also has an accompanying university that enables students to enjoy a great education at one of the best schools in America and while reaping the benefits of living in a world-renowned city.
The Metropolitan Tour will introduce you to six of the top research institutions in the country located in six of America’s best college cities. And we mean college cities—not just college towns. These locations have far more to offer than collegiate football and the attractions on Main Street. Internships, research opportunities, K-12 education, medical, graduate, and law schools, professional sports, festivals, and world-class cuisine all abound in these locations.
Come learn about SMU, The George Washington University, Tulane University, Northeastern University, University of Miami and New York University as we team up to introduce prospective students to the academic, interdisciplinary and social experiences possible at each of our six unique institutions. Join admission representatives from each school while we share the unique aspects of our schools and cities as well as tips for the application process.
George Washington University is the only university to hold commencement on the National Mall
NYU sends more students abroad than any other institution in the country (IIE Open Doors Report)
Northeastern University has an underground tunnel network that connects ten of our buildings, making walking to class in the winter much easier!
Southern Methodist University was one of the first five universities to offer a human rights undergraduate major
Tulane was ranked #1 on Princeton Review's 2017 "Most Engaged in Community" list
George Washington University is ranked #1 for both internship opportunities and politically active student body
14 of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts faculty and alumni earned Tony Awards nominations in 2016
Miami is the only US city that was founded by a woman, a local businesswoman named Julia Tuttle.
Southern Methodist University was among the top ten U.S. schools for internship opportunities according to The Princeton Review 2017
Tulane is located directly across the street from Audubon Park and the world-famous Audubon Zoo
D.C., the capital of the United States, is home to 176 foreign embassies
The first pizzeria in the United States was opened in NYC in 1895
Boston has the highest concentration of 20-34 year olds in the USA
Dallas is America's most business-friendly city, according to MarketWatch 2015
According to the National Register, New Orleans is home to 20 national historic districts, the highest of any city in the US
University of Miami’s School of Nursing & Health Studies is home to the nation’s first education-based Simulation Hospital — a five-story, 41,000-square-foot facility that replicates the activities in a clinical practice and hospital.
99 colorful Adirondack chairs appear throughout the 73 acre Northeastern University campus during the warmer months for studying or relaxing outside