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25 Universities of the USA

25 Universities of the USA

created by David, 7 years ago in Geography

This game is called 25 Universities of the USA. I created this game directly for purposegames.com and wanted to increase my knowledge in whereabout the most famous universities are situated in the US.

Tags academic, geoquiz, university, usa

This game has 25 questions

Comments (13)

bigphil

bigphil

You forgot Michigan! GO BLUE!!!

1 year ago

Amelia Rae

Amelia Rae

ROLL TIDE ROLL

1 year ago

trenton4510

trenton4510

You forgot University of Alabama
ROLL TIDE!!

2 years ago

supmandude44744

supmandude44744

you forgot USC so this game SUX!!!!!!

2 years ago

Victoria™

Victoria™

i love duke! best college ever!

3 years ago

Nothing55

Nothing55

hard but fun!!!

3 years ago

paulfunI

paulfunI

Try these games about the US. Or this one. Maybe this one? I think you'll like this game or this one!

4 years ago

PackerGuy

PackerGuy

If your talking well-known in American culture, most of these aren't popular. LSU and Auburn aren't even good academic which is what it seems you based this on. If your going with 'smart schools', don't go anywhere near the south (except for maybe Vanderbilt).

4 years ago

Geopathman

Geopathman

Rice and Rochester are better known than say, Nebraska and Ohio State? In the music or vegetable community, maybe.
And well-known overall? For a geographic challenge, I can understand not listing only one state-named school in a state (e.g., Nebraska), so what about Slippery Rock (not a big school, but a pretty well known name) or Bryn Mawr.

5 years ago

mjkelly42

mjkelly42

So LSU and Auburn are among the "most famous" universities? What criteria exactly did you use to select there?

5 years ago