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2019 Best Landscape Architecture Schools for Veterans in the New England Region

Top Veteran Friendly Landscape Architecture Colleges in the New England Region

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Veteran friendly universities and colleges are the perfect solution for military veterans' below average college graduation rates.

Study Landscape Architecture in the New England Region With These Military Friendly Schools

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Any student pursuing a degree in Landscape Architecture has to check out University of Massachusetts Amherst. University of Massachusetts Amherst offers graduate degrees in landscape for those interested in an advanced degree. This school is among the largest schools in Massachusetts.

Around 91.0% of first-year students come back to this school for their following year of school. You are likely to obtain a lot for your education investment at University of Massachusetts Amherst, considering its net price of $23,786 is a great deal. Videos from UMass Amherst can be a good way to explore university.

University of Rhode Island is a good decision for students pursuing a Landscape Architecture degree. This school is located in the suburban area of Kingston, Rhode Island, close to shops and other entertainment.

Score higher than 24 on the ACT? That's above the standard applicant score, so definitely submit it. You will be able to learn about a lot of nationalities because of URI's diverse population. Take a virtual tour for more information on URI's campus.

University of Connecticut is a good decision for students pursuing a Landscape Architecture degree. Want a large student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.

Many UCONN first-year students are given scholarships. University of Connecticut's default rate of 2.4% is significantly below the average of 7.0%. Take a virtual tour for more information on UCONN's campus.





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