- Idaho State University
In Pocatello, Idaho, there is a public research university called Idaho State University (ISU). Idaho State, which was originally known as the Academy of Idaho, was established in 1901 and now has campuses in Meridian, Idaho Falls, and Twin Falls in addition to its main campus in Pocatello. It is classed as belonging to the “R2: Doctoral Universities – High Research Activity” group.
Idaho State enrols more than 12,000 students, with 57% of them being female and 43% male. At Idaho State, there are 13 students for every teacher, and 58 percent of students enroll.in full-time courses.
2. University of Arkansas
University of Arkansas, is a public research university located at Little Rock, USA. It was founded by the Little Rock School District in 1927, and in 1957 it changed its name to Little Rock University to reflect its status as a private, four-year institution.
3. California State University
California State University is located in Fresno, California. It belongs to the network of California State Universities. The university had 25,341 students enrolled for the fall of 2020.
4. Oregon State University, Corvallis
Corvallis, Oregon is home to the public land-grant Oregon State University. OSU offers a wide range of graduate and doctoral degrees in addition to more than 200 undergraduate degree programmes.
5. University of Houston
University of Houston, located in Houston, USA was founded in 1927.It is the largest public research university in Houston and the third largest university in Texas.
6. University of Michigan
The university is the oldest in Michigan and was founded in 1817 as the Catholepistemiad, or the “School of Universal Knowledge,” 20 years before the territory became a state and it’s labelled as one of the best universities in the world is the University of Michigan.
7. University of Texas at San Antonio
In San Antonio, Texas, there is a public research university called the University of Texas at San Antonio.
UTSA is the largest university in San Antonio and the eighth-largest university in Texas by enrollment, housing more than 34,000 students across its four campuses, which span 758 acres.