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Morning View - Cooper Union

The East Village's Cooper Union was founded in 1859 as one of the nation's few all-scholarship colleges, and is one of the most selective, rejecting 88% of applicants. Students are not required to declare a major and are largely free to select courses from any discipline. Most of the school's operating budget comes from alumni donations.


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