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Campus Life Comparison Between Ivy League Members

Special LearningStudent ServicesAthleticsAdditional Facts

Special Learning Opportunity

The following table compares the special learning opportunities between colleges in Ivy League including distance learning opportunities, ROTC program, Study abroad, and more special chances of learning. This statistics is based on the latest data from IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education for academic year 2019-2020.

Special Learning Opportunities Comparison Between Colleges In Ivy League
NameOnline ClassROTCTeacher Cert.Study AbroadWeekend/ Evening CollegeCampus Housing*Meal Plan**
Yale UniversityUnder, Grad NAVY, Air Force
(5,576)

($7,000)
Harvard UniversityUnder, Grad Army, NAVY, Air Force
(13,574)

($6,551)
Dartmouth CollegeGrad Army
(3,801)

($6,252)
Princeton University Army, NAVY, Air Force
(5,113)

($6,840)
Columbia University in the City of New YorkGrad Army, NAVY, Air Force
(12,928)

($5,604)
Cornell UniversityUnder, Grad Army, NAVY, Air Force
(7,120)

($5,924)
University of PennsylvaniaUnder, Grad Army, NAVY, Air Force
(6,400)

($5,416)
Brown University Army, NAVY, Air Force
(5,092)

($5,550)

*dormitory capacity

**yearly costs

Student Services on Campus

The following table compares the on-campus students services and facilities between colleges in Ivy League including Remedial Service, Student Counseling, Employment services for current students, Placement service for program completers, On-campus daycare facility, and library information.

On-campus Student Services Between Colleges In Ivy League
NameRemedial ServicesCareer CounselingEmployment ServicePlacement ServiceOn Campus DaycareLibrary Facilities
Yale UniversityOwn Library
Harvard UniversityOwn Library
Dartmouth CollegeOwn Library
Princeton UniversityOwn Library
Columbia University in the City of New YorkOwn Library
Cornell UniversityOwn Library
University of PennsylvaniaOwn Library
Brown UniversityOwn Library

Athletics Associations

The following table summarizes the alheletic teams and program information of colleges in Ivy League. Among 8 colleges in Ivy League, all schools are member of NAA, and all schools are member of NCAA.

Athletic Teams In Colleges In Ivy League
NameMembersFootballBasketballBaseballAll Programs
Yale UniversityNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League19 athletic programs
Harvard UniversityNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League21 athletic programs
Dartmouth CollegeNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League18 athletic programs
Princeton UniversityNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League19 athletic programs
Columbia University in the City of New YorkNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League18 athletic programs
Cornell UniversityNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League20 athletic programs
University of PennsylvaniaNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League18 athletic programs
Brown UniversityNAA, NCAAIvy LeagueIvy LeagueIvy League21 athletic programs

NAA: National Athletic Association

NCAA: National Collegiate Athletic Association

Additional Characteristics

The following table compares and describes additional facts of colleges in Ivy League including religious affiliation, specialized schools, and medical degree offer, and other facts.

Additional Characteristics Of Colleges In Ivy League
NameReligious AffiliationHistorical Black SchoolTribal SchoolHas HospitalOffer Medical Degree
Yale UniversityNot affiliated
Harvard UniversityNot affiliated
Dartmouth CollegeNot affiliated
Princeton UniversityNot affiliated
Columbia University in the City of New YorkNot affiliated
Cornell UniversityNot affiliated
University of PennsylvaniaNot affiliated
Brown UniversityNot affiliated