Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University, founded in 1876, is a private research university in Baltimore, Maryland. It is among the most prestigious universities in the US and counts 39 Nobel laureates among its faculty and alumni. It has more than 26,000 students.

Quinnipiac University

Quinnipiac University, a private university in Hamden, Connecticut with more than 9,000 students as of 2020, offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional degrees.

St. Francis College

St. Francis College is a private Franciscan College in Brooklyn, New York with more than 2,300 undergraduate and more than 110 graduate students. It was founded in 1859.

Monmouth University

Monmouth University is a private university in New Jersey with about 4,400 full-time undergraduate students and 1,750 graduate students.

University of Pennsylvania

University of Pennsylvania, founded in 1749, is the the fourth-oldest institution of higher education in the US and a private Ivy League research university in Philadelphia.

Studio 4

Studio 4 was a school for acting and filmmaking in Los Angeles and New York opened by actor James Franco. It was closed after female students charged Franco and others with sexual exploitation.

VIPKids International, Inc.

VIPKids International, Inc. is a teaching platform that originated to connect Chinese students with Native English speakers.

Washington University in St. Louis

Washington University in St. Louis is a private research university in St. Louis County and Clayton, Missouri, founded in 1853, with seven graduate and undergraduate schools and more than 16,000 students.

University of Tampa

University of Tampa is a private university located in Tampa, Florida with more than 9,000 students and more than 200 areas of undergraduate and graduate study.

Trustees of Boston College

Trustees of Boston College are responsible for Boston College, a Jesuit Catholic College offering undergraduate and graduate degrees.