What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -California State University–Long Beach

“Cal State Long Beach has had a partnership with the company Boeing for over 10 years now. As a result of this engineering majors can have access to the new mechanical analysis lab and internships with the company which leads in aeronautical technology.” –Sherpa Christopher, California State University–Long Beach

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -University of Pennsylvania

“Our traditions are the best in the country. During homecoming, the freshman class is tasked with building a bonfire on the Green, which grows in size each year. It is a bonding experience where I met so many of my best friends of today. On homecoming, you run around the bonfire your graduation year number of times. The fire is raging. The upperclassmen are heckling. The alumni are reminiscing. And the freshmen become close in their mission: touch the fire.” -Sherpa Yoga, Dartmouth

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -Saint Leo University

“This school brags a lot about student life, but what they don’t advertise (and what students find out while they’re here or by talking to a current student), is about how much they spoil us. For example, every month we have Bingo night were we get to play Bingo for prizes ranging from a bunch of movies on DVD all the way up to an LED TV, and even current-generation game consoles. Two tickets to Disney were even part of October’s prizes.” -Sherpa Michael, Saint Leo University

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -Syracuse University

“Although it has quite a reputation, Syracuse is far more than just a party school. The good ole ‘Cuse has fantastic sports teams, awesome guest speakers such as VP Biden or the stars of Broad City, and will provide you with a great education. Oh, and our mascot is an orange. An insanely cute and energetic orange.” -Sherpa Andy, Syracuse University

What’s Something People Don’t Know About Your School? -Cornell University

“Cornell is a campus full of many surprises. Sometimes it’s intense and challenging, but it is a place rich of opportunity and excitement. Cornell really allows the student to take control of their future by providing an intellectually stimulating environment full of opportunities.” -Sherpa Sonali, Cornell University