• Here are some I like: Madison, WI (Univ. of Wisconsin); Columbia, MO (Univ. of Missouri); Las Cruces, NM (New Mexico State Univ.); Fort Collins, CO (Colorado State Univ.); Durham, NC (Duke Univ.).
  • San Marcos, Texas .. Texas State
  • Easy Raleigh/Durham North Carolina - Duke, North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina, AND Wake Forest are all within 25 miles of each other. You can't beat that for a college area!
  • Chapel Hill, NC. UCLA, CA. Santa Barbara CA. San Diego, CA. Irvine, CA.
  • I lived in Gainesville for 8 years. University of Florida, nice place.
  • Tallahassee Florida (Florida State, Florida A&M) New Brunswick New Jersey (Rutgers)
  • Boulder, Colorado. It is located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, just 35 miles northwest of Denver. Home of the University of Colorado's main campus and the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder sits 5,430 feet above sea level and is surrounded by a greenbelt of city trails and open spaces. Boulder is known for its natural beauty, outdoor recreation, natural product retailers and restaurants, outstanding alternative transportation options, diverse businesses, and technological and academic resources.
  • Oxford, Cambridge, London, Bristol, Manchester, Leeds, Newcastle, etc.
  • Danbury, Connecticut, Home of West Connecticut State. Lewisburg, Pennsylvania, Home of Bucknell University. Two nice small schools.
  • Flagstaff, AZ (Northern Arizona State University) Austin, TX (University of Texas at Austin) Santa Barbara, CA (University of California Santa Barbara) State College, PA (Penn State University)

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