Colleges and Universities

Colonial Colleges... That's really really old Colleges
These colleges were founded during the colony days before this country was even founded. In other words, these are some very old colleges.

Harvard University
Harvard UniversityMassachusetts Hall Cambridge MA 2138

Harvard was called "New College" when it was founded in 1636

  • (617) 495-1000
College of William and Mary
College of William and Mary200 Richmond Road Williamsburg VA 23187

Founded in 1693

  • (757) 221-4000
Yale University
Yale UniversityWoodbridge Hall New Haven CT 6520

Called the Collegiate School back in 1701 when it was founded.

  • (203) 432-4771
Princeton University
Princeton University1 Nassau Hall Princeton NJ 08544

Founded in 1746 when it was then named the College of New Jersey

  • (609) 258-3000
University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania34th and Spruce Streets Philadelphia PA 19104

Founded in 1740 and called the College of Philadelphia

  • (215) 898-5000
Columbia University
Columbia UniversityWest 116 St and Broadway New York NY 10027

Founded in 1754, Columbia was called Kings College

  • (212) 854-1754
Brown University
Brown UniversityOne Prospect Street Providence RI 2912

Rhode Island College, founded in 1764

  • (401) 863-1000
Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Rutgers University-New Brunswick83 Somerset St New Brunswick NJ 08901

Known as Queens College when it was founded in 1766

  • (732) 932-1766
Dartmouth College
Dartmouth College207 Parkhurst Hall Hanover NH 03755

Founded in 1769, Dartmouth was called Dartmouth, the only Colonial College to keep its original name.

  • (603) 646-1110
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