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Shorelight’s Newest Undergraduate Programs
Shorelight’s newest schools give international students many opportunities to pursue a world-class degree in the US. Browse our latest undergraduate program offerings and find your best fit.

International students have endless possibilities when it comes to pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the US. With Shorelight’s newest schools, students can choose from a diverse range of innovative undergraduate programs in business, STEM, the arts and humanities, and more.

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Ready to begin your journey toward studying in the US? Our team of experienced advisors can provide guidance and support as you navigate through your university application process and explore program options. From answering your questions to helping you find the right school, our advisors are here to help you succeed. Reach out to a Shorelight advisor and discover how we can help you achieve your academic and personal goals.

Did You Know?

1. Shorelight Universities Offer Undergraduate Programs Under $30,000/Year

International students can now benefit from affordable top-ranked undergraduate programs at Shorelight’s newest universities. Hiram College, Oklahoma City University, the University of Wyoming, and York College of Pennsylvania offer a wide range of degree programs with tuition fees less than $30,000 per year.

2. Shorelight Universities Feature Individualized Learning Environments with In-Person Support

Take advantage of smaller class sizes at Barton College, Cornish College of the Arts, Hiram College, Lycoming College, Schreiner University, and the University of Saint Mary, Kansas, each with fewer than 2,000 students enrolled. Work toward your academic and personal goals with guidance from experts and plenty of individual attention.

3. Consider Both Public and Private Universities with Shorelight

Public universities, funded by state governments, offer a wide range of programs in multiple fields, giving you more options to choose from and the opportunity to switch majors easily. Private universities, underwritten by private funders and institutions, typically feature smaller student cohorts and class sizes compared to public institutions, and may offer more in-person and guided support during your studies.

Shorelight’s newest schools include both public and private universities:

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4. Study with Shorelight Universities in the Northeast

Barton College, Lycoming College, Shenandoah University, University at Buffalo, and York College of Pennsylvania are located in the Northeast region of the US, known for academic excellence, rich history, and strong economy. Study here and explore dynamic employment opportunities, including internships with industry-leading organizations such as Amazon, Dell, Deloitte, Goldman Sachs, and more.

5. Apply for an International Student Scholarship at Shorelight’s Newest Universities

Scholarships averaging $8,500 to $25,000 scholarships are available for international students at Hiram College, Lewis University, University at Buffalo, University of Dubuque, University of Saint Mary, Kansas, and York College of Pennsylvania. Speak to your Shorelight advisor to determine your eligibility for specific international student scholarships and learn the latest deadlines, application requirements, and more.

6. Shorelight’s Newest Universities Offer Undergraduate Programs in the Arts

The Cornish College of the Arts, Shenandoah University, the University at Buffalo, and York College of Pennsylvania offer top-ranked programs in fine arts, design, dance, music, film, theater, and more. Hone your craft in state-of-the-art facilities, learn from working-artist faculty, and become part of a vibrant community as you develop your creative skills.

7. Study Aviation at Top-Ranked Shorelight Universities

Ranked #22 in Regional Universities Midwest and #33 in Best Value Schools by U.S. News & World Report, respectively, Lewis University and the University of Dubuque offer specialized undergraduate aviation programs that equip students with the knowledge and skills required to succeed in as aviation professionals. Learn from industry experts, participate in hands-on projects, and study alongside a diverse student body as you work toward your dream job in aviation.

8. Apply for Degree Programs in Exploratory Majors

The University of Dubuque and the University at Buffalo offer exploratory degree programs where you can sample different academic fields before deciding on a specific major. Take courses in a variety of fields that interest you and discover your best fit before committing to a particular degree program and related professional career.

Speak to a Shorelight advisor to learn more >