Our Partner Universities

ONCAMPUS Boston has pre-selected some of the areas best universities to partner with our program, making it easier to apply and enroll at certain schools.

Each of our partner schools is a great choice that will provide an exceptional education. Together, they offer you great choices, from large universities to small colleges, and campuses in the city, the country or the suburbs. As part of our partnership agreement, they will NOT require you to submit SAT or ACT scores, will fast-track your application, and will support the transition of other ONCAMPUS Boston students already. You will get to know them and their admissions representatives as they actively participate in ONCAMPUS Boston’s college fairs and campus visits.


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Wheelock at a glance

  • Guaranteed progression as a second (sophomore) year to students who successfully complete their University Transfer Program with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Located in the Fenway area of Boston
  • 99 full-time equivalent faculty
  • 70% of students live on campus
  • Student to staff ratio of 11 to 1
  • Average class size is 16 students

Wheelock College is the place for students who want to change the world and inspire a world of good through their careers as leaders, advocates and professionals. Since 1888, its mission has been to improve the lives of children and families. It is the premier institution for students wishing to study education and a range of arts and sciences majors.

Wheelock is a compact, friendly college located in the heart of Boston’s Fenway district with just over 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students. This diverse, yet close- knit community has numerous clubs and activities which help build strong personal relationships among the students, faculty and staff. This approach helps international students looking for support as they find their way around a new city, country and culture.

Find out more by visiting the Wheelock College website >>>

  • Tier 1 University: #79 Regional Universities (North)
  • All students complete at least one field experience or internship to enrich students’ learning and prepare them for professional practice
  • Nearly 90% of Wheelock faculty hold the highest degree available in their field and it is easy to connect with the esteemed faculty thanks to an 11:1 student-faculty ratio
  • Wheelock is one of a small number of higher education institutions in the country that has created a multi- department Student Success team focused on providing a wide range of services tailored to students’ specific academic and learning needs

Progression Degrees

  • Early childhood education
  • Elementary education
  • Special education
  • Social work
  • Juvenile justice
  • Child life
  • American studies
  • The arts
  • Communications& Media Literacy
  • Psychology & human development
  • Language & Literacy
  • Humanities
  • Math/science


CURRY COLLEGE at a glance

  • Just 7 miles from downtown Boston and located on a beautiful 131-acre campus
  • Location in Milton, MA has been consistently rated one of the top places to live by Boston Magazine and was ranked #2 Best Place to Live by Money Magazine in its 2011 list of America’s best small towns
  • 11:1 student to faculty ratio
  • 20 majors, 65+ minors and concentrations with internships, study abroad, grad school, and career opportunities
  • 14 Division III Athletic Programs and many clubs and organizations
  • The International Student Services Team will provide you with personal attention and programs necessary to help with your transition to Curry College and the US

Curry College was founded in 1879 and has a rich history as a forward-looking institution that emphasizes individualized education, academic preparation, and personal development. Recognized as a world-leading institution for individualized education, Curry continuously focuses on the particular learning needs of each student.

Curry is highly recognized for its award-winning communication program along with its own television studio and on-campus radio station, as well as its long-standing nursing program which has strong affiliations with Boston’s major teaching hospitals. The business management program prepares students to succeed in rewarding careers such as marketing and sales, residential property management, financial advising, accounting and much more. Now well into its second century, Curry attracts, educates, and graduates students prepared to engage in a complex and changing global world.

For further information visit the Curry College website >>>

Majors available:

  • Biology
  • Business Management
  • Communication
  • Community Health and Wellness
  • Criminal Justice
  • Education
  • English and Writing
  • Environmental Science
  • Graphic Design
  • Individually Initiated Major
  • Information Technology
  • Integrated Liberal Studies
  • Nursing
  • Philosophy
  • Politics and History
  • Psychology
  • Sociology
  • Visual Arts


Emmanuel College at a glance

  • 1,800 undergraduate students
  • Explore more than 50 majors, minors and areas of study
  • Student/Faculty ration is 13:1

Emmanuel College, a Catholic, coeducational, residential, liberal arts and sciences college in Boston, has been educating critical thinkers, ethical decision makers and community leaders since 1919. Our 17-acre campus in the heart of the Fenway neighborhood is your place to explore more than 50 majors, minors and areas of study and to collaborate with dedicated faculty and more than 1,800 undergraduate students.

Outside our gates, you’ll find the vibrant, global, culturally-rich city of Boston, which is truly our extended classroom. We seize every opportunity to take advantage of all this city has to offer. History students don't just study the Revolutionary War, they travel the same streets walked by patriots. The concept of pH levels takes on new meaning for chemistry students as they study Boston’s waterways. Art students move beyond textbooks to study Monet’s Water Lilies up close at the Museum of Fine Arts. And internship opportunities abound—we’re just steps from the Longwood Medical and Academic Area, a bustling hub of health care and research centers that are making their mark locally and internationally.

Find out more by visiting the Emmanuel College website >>>

  • 17-acre campus in the heart of Boston's Fenway neighborhood
  • Nearly 90% of students participate in an internship
  • #66 Regional Universities (North)

*2016 U.S. News & World Report

Progression Degrees

  • Accounting
  • American Studies: Cultural Studies
  • American Studies: American Politics + Society
  • Biology
  • Biology: Health Sciences
  • Biology: Neuroscience
  • Biology: Physiology
  • Biostatistics
  • Chemistry
  • Chemistry: Biochemistry
  • Chemistry: Forensic Science
  • Elementary Education
  • English: Communication + Media Studies
  • English: Literature
  • English: Writing + Literature
  • Graphic Design
  • History
  • International Studies
  • International Studies: Diplomacy + Security
  • International Studies: Sustainability + Global Justice
  • Management
  • Management: Sport Management
  • Mathematics
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Political Science: International Relations + Comparative Politics
  • Political Science: American Politics + Government
  • Psychology
  • Psychology: Developmental Psychology
  • Psychology: Counseling + Health
  • Psychology: Neuroscience
  • Secondary Education
  • Spanish
  • Sociology
  • Sociology: Crime + Justice
  • Sociology: Human Services
  • Sociology: Social Inequality + Social Justice
  • Studio Art
  • Studio Art: Art Therapy
  • Theology + Religious Studies


Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) at a glance

  • New England's #1 University for Average Salary*
  • 7,000 undergraduate and graduate students
  • #9 "special focus" school for hosting international students**
  • Student/Faculty ration is 17:1
  • 85% of faculty members have terminal degrees

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (MCPHS) has been a global leader in healthcare education since 1823. The University offers 108 innovative health sciences degrees in a wide variety of disciplines that have high demand and growth potential. MCPHS provides a professional environment, state-of-the-art facilities, a diverse population of students, and hands-on experience through strategic partnerships with prestigious healthcare institutions around the world. It connects students with the technology, people, and places they need to succeed in their healthcare careers.

MCPHS is located in Boston’s Longwood Medical and Academic Area where it is surrounded by some of the nation’s top hospitals. It is also in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood, within walking distance of ONCAMPUS Boston at Wheelock College, and the University is a member of the Colleges of the Fenway. It boasts over 7,000 graduate and undergraduate students, 800 of which are international students from nearly 50 different countries.

Find out more by visiting the MassPharm website >>>

*10 years post-enrollment, according to the U.S. Department of Education
**According to the 2014 Open Doors Report

  • Located in Boston's Fenway neighborhood surrounded by some of the nation's top hospitals
  • Over 800 International students from over 50 different countries
  • Over 90 student clubs and organizations
  • Specialized academic advising and study abroad services for international students through the Center for International Studies

Progression Degrees

  • Biomedical Informatics
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography-General
  • Diagnostic Medical Sonography-Echo
  • Chemistry/Pharmaceutical Chemistry
  • Global Healthcare Management
  • Health Psychology
    • Clinical Psychology
    • Counseling and Health Psychology
    • Master of Public Health
  • Health Sciences
  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Medical and Molecular Biology
    • Clinical Lab Science
    • Forensic Science
    • Histotechnology
    • Pathologist Asst.
    • Podiatric Medicine
  • Nuclear Medicine Technology
  • Nursing
  • Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Business
  • Pharmaceutical Sciences
  • Pharmacology & Toxicology
  • Pharmacy
  • Pharmacy/Public Health
  • Premedical & Health Studies
    • Chiropractic Medicine
    • Communications Sciences and Disorders
    • Dental Medicine
    • Doctor of Nursing Practice
    • Interdepartmental Medical Science
    • Master of Science in Anesthesia
    • Medical Science Preparatory
    • Medicine
    • Optometry
    • Osteopathic Medicine
    • Physical Therapy
    • Physician Assistant Studies
    • Podiatric Medicine
    • Veterinary Medicine
  • Public Health
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Radiography


Michigan Tech at a glance

  • Guaranteed* progression to students who successfully complete their University Transfer Program with a GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Located in Houghton, Michigan
  • Over 7,000 undergraduate and graduate students
  • Over 1,500 faculty and staff
  • Student to faculty ratio of 12:1

For 130 years, Michigan Technological University (Michigan Tech) faculty have explored the boundaries of knowledge while mentoring undergraduate and graduate students to become citizens who improve the world. Michigan Tech students are learning to create the future in more than 130 degree programs in engineering; forest resources; computing; technology; business; economics; natural, physical and environmental sciences; arts; humanities; and social sciences.  Undergraduate and graduate students are routinely involved in research, and some of their recent work has looked at engineering better, safer stents, improving solar panels, and volcanoes in Guatemala. The environmental and mechanical engineering programs rank in the top fifteen nationally in enrollment and degrees awarded. Michigan Tech’s scientific and technical communication program is also among the nation’s largest. More than 470 companies recruit students on campus annually, ensuring an average of more than 10 job interviews per student and a 93 percent placement rate.

*There are additional entry requirements for Visual & Performing Arts majors.

Find out more by visiting the Michigan Tech website >>>

  • Tier 1 University: #116 National Universities
  • #57 Top Public Schools
  • #73 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs and #294 Best Undergraduate Business Programs
  • 10th Highest Starting Salaries among U.S. Public Universities, according to
  • 93% Undergraduate Placement Rate
  • In 2013-2014 Our Undergraduate Students spent 126,000 Hours Working on Paid Research


Progression Degrees

  • Accounting (BS)
  • Anthropology (BS)
  • Audio Production and Technology (BS)
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (BS)
  • Bioinformatics (BS)
  • Biological Sciences (BS)
  • Biomedical Engineering (BS)
  • Chemical Engineering (BS)
  • Cheminformatics (BS)
  • Chemistry (BS)
  • Chemistry, Pharmaceutical (BS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS)
  • Communication, Culture, and Media (BA)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Network and System Administration (BS)
  • Computer Science (BS)
  • Computer System Science (BS)
  • Construction Management (BS)
  • Ecology and Environmental Science, Applied (BS)
  • Economics (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering Technology (BS)
  • Engineering (BS)
  • Engineering Management (BS)
  • Engineering Technology (AAS)
  • English (BA)
  • Environmental Engineering (BS)
  • Exercise Science (BS)
  • Finance (BS)
  • Forestry (BS)
  • Geological Engineering (BS)
  • Geology (BS)
  • Geophysics, Applied (BS)
  • History (BA)
  • Humanities (ASC)
  • Liberal Arts (BA)
  • Management (BS)
  • Management Information Systems (BS)
  • Marketing (BS)
  • Materials Science and Engineering (BS)
  • Mathematics (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering Technology (BS)
  • Medical Laboratory Science (BS)
  • Natural Resources Management (BS)
  • Physics (BA, BS)
  • Physics, Applied (BS)
  • Psychology (BS)
  • Scientific and Technical Communication (BA, BS)
  • Social Sciences (BS)
  • Software Engineering (BS)
  • Sound Design (BA)
  • Sports and Fitness Management (BS)
  • Statistics (BS)
  • Surveying Engineering (BS)
  • Theatre and Electronic Media Performance (BA)
  • Theatre and Entertainment Technology (BS)
  • Wildlife Ecology and Management (BS)


Newbury College at a glance

  • 900 students
  • 34 full-time faculty and 77 part-time faculty
  • 350 of students live on campus
  • Average class size of 18 students
  • All students complete an internship

Newbury College has been a leader in career focused education for over 50 years. It prepares students to be professionally competent, ethically aware and prepared for lifelong learning. There are over 900 students from over 28 U.S. states and territories; and 13 international countries, making Newbury College a diverse and welcoming student community.

Newbury College is a small independent college, situated in the Brookline district of Boston. Newbury offers a career-focused education, grounded in the liberal arts, within a diverse and dynamic learning community - engaging students in an education that fosters the skills needed to be prepared for life after college.

Find out more by visiting the Newbury College website >>>

  • Average class size of 18 students
  • All students complete an internship, gaining real world experience in their field of choice
  • The college is located in Brookline, one of Boston’s safest neighborhoods and just 3 miles from the city center
  • A wide range of student clubs and organizations are offered including International Student Services
  • 13 varsity sports are offered in the Division III Athletics department


Progression Degrees

  • School of Arts, Science & Design:
    • Communication
    • Mass Communication Concentration
    • Media Writing Concentration
    • Computer Science
    • Graphic Design
  • School of Business & Management:
    • Accounting
    • Business Management
    • Fashion Merchandising
    • International Business Management
    • Marketing • Sports Management
    • Health Care Management
    • Management
  • Roger A. Saunders School of Hotel & Restaurant Management:
    • Hotel, Restaurant, & Service Management
    • Hotel & Resort Management
    • Hotel Administration
    • Food Service and Restaurant Management


SNHU at a glance

  • Guaranteed progression as a second (sophomore) year to students who successfully complete their University Transfer Program with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • Located in Manchester, NH
  • 2,500 undergraduate students
  • 328+ full-time & part-time faculty
  • 75% of students live on campus
  • Average class size 15 students

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) offers a high-quality education on a friendly campus one hour north of Boston.

Southern New Hampshire University is a small university that prides itself on its strong community feel. At SNHU you will never be just another face in the crowd – you will be part of a caring community where it is easy to get to know both staff and students.

The SNHU experience combines a caring community, quality academics, small classes, state-of-the-art facilities and an exciting campus culture.

Find out more by visiting the SNHU website >>>

  • Internationally diverse campus with students coming from more than 70 different countries
  • The International Student Service provides orientation programs and advice on living and studying in the U.S.
  • Over 100 degree programs from which to choose and 50 student organizations in which to participate
  • Located in Manchester, New Hampshire - one of the top college towns in the U.S. The mountains, beaches and Boston are only an hour away

Progression Degrees

  • School of Arts and Sciences (AS):
    • Accounting

    • Baking and Pastry Arts

    • Business Administration

    • Computer Information Technology

    • Culinary Arts

    • Fashion Merchandising

    • Justice Studies

    • Marketing

  • School of Business (BS):
    • Accounting
    • Accounting Finance
    • Accounting Information Systems
    • Business Administration:
      • Small Business Management
      •  Organizational Leadership
      • Human Resources Management
    • Business Studies
      • Accounting
      • Business Administration
      • Business Finance
      • Computer Information Technology
      • Game Design and Development
      • Human Resource Management
      • International Management
      • Marketing
      • Organizational Leadership
      • Small Business Management
      • Sport Management
  • Computer Information Technology
  • Culinary Management
  • Environmental Science
  • Fashion Merchandising Management
  • Finance Economics
  • Game Programming and Development
  • Hospitality Business
  • International Business
  • Justice Studies
    • Crime and Criminology
    • Law and Legal Process
    • Policing and Law Enforcement
    • Terrorism and Homeland Security
  • Marketing
  • Middle School Science Education
  • Operations and Project Management
  • Sport Management
  • Technical Management
  • School of Education (BA):
    • Child Development Leadership
    • Communication
    • Computer Information Technology
    • Creative Writing
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Elementary Education
    • Elementary Education / Special Education / MAT 5Year Program
    • English  / MAT 5Year Program
    • English Language and Literature
    • English Language and Literature and English Education
    • Environmental Management and Sustainability
    • Game Art and Development
    • Graphic Design and Media Arts
    • History
    • History and Social Studies Education
    • Law and Politics
    • Mathematics
    • Middle School Mathematics Education
    • Music Education
    • Psychology
      • Child and Adolescent Development

      • Forensic Psychology

      • Mental Health

    • Public Service

    • Sociology

    • Special Education


Suffolk University at a glance

  • One of Princeton Review's "Best 379 Colleges and 296 Business Schools"
  • More than 8,300 full and part-time students
  • Over 1,400 international students
  • 10:1 student to faculty ratio
  • Average class size: 23 students

Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Suffolk gives its students unparalleled access to the city and all it offers - including internships and more.

Suffolk University takes pride in being a personal, student-centered university, where faculty and administrators know students by name. From day one, Suffolk is committed to giving students the tools they need to find success - both at Suffolk and after graduation.

It is one of the largest universities in Boston, with more than 8,300 full- and part- time students. The University has a strong international community with over 1,400 international students.

The Division of Student Affairs supports the Suffolk University mission by striving to provide a welcoming, supportive, and engaging environment that enriches the academic, social, and personal experiences of all students.

Find out more by visiting the Suffolk University website >>>

  • Tier 1 University: #60 Regional Universities (North)*
  • One of Princeton Review's "Best 379 Colleges and 296 Business Schools"
  • International campus in Madrid and 45 study abroad locations in 25 countries
  • 13 Division III athletic teams
  • Steps from dozens of historic sites like the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, and the Massachusetts State House
  • 10:1 student to faculty ratio
  • From internships to experiences abroad to service learning opportunities, a Suffolk education extends far beyond campus

*U.S. News and World Report 2015

Progression Degrees

  • Arts & Sciences:
    • Applied Legal Studies
    • Art History
    • Asian Studies
    • Biology
    • Chemistry & Biochemistry
    • Communication/Journalism
    • Computer Science
    • Economics
    • Electrical Engineering
    • Environmental Studies/Science
    • Fine Arts
    • French
    • Graphic Design
    • Government
    • History
    • Interior Design
    • Mathematics
    • Medical Sciences
    • Philosophy
    • Physics
    • Psychology
    • Sociology
    • Spanish
    • Theater
  • Business School:
    • Accounting

    • Entrepreneurship

    • Finance

    • Global Business

    • Information Systems

    • Management

    • Marketing


Wentworth at a glance

  • Located in Boston, MA
  • More than 4,000 undergraduate students
  • Student to faculty ratio of 16:1
  • Receive on-the-job experience through Wentworth's co-op program, the largest of its kind in the Northeast.

At Wentworth, you will enjoy the best of both worlds: small college comforts and big city excitement. You will find a tree-lined quad, campus-wide wireless Internet access, modern and traditional residence halls, indoor and outdoor recreational facilities, and more on our 31-acre campus.

Boston provides Wentworth with an expanded learning laboratory. Design students visit the city’s premier buildings, study its sites, and learn from Boston’s professional leaders as part of their studios. Engineering and construction students engage with the city’s sophisticated culture of technology and its infrastructure. The campus is only steps away from one of the world’s most important medical research centers, the Longwood Medical Area. As a Wentworth student, you will be encouraged to learn from all Boston has to offer.

Find out more by visiting Wentworth’s website >>>

  • #12 Regional Colleges (North)
  • #104 Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs
  • #4 Best Colleges for Veterans
  • 9th consecutive appearance on The Princeton Review’s Best Colleges in Northeast Region


Progression Degrees

  • Applied Mathematics (BS)
  • Architecture(BS)
  • Biomedical Engineering (BS)
  • Business Management (BS)
  • Civil Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Engineering (BS)
  • Computer Engineering Technology (BS)
  • Computer Information Systems(BS)
  • Computer Science (BS)
  • Computer Networking (BS)
  • Construction Management (BS)
  • Electromechanical Engineering (BS)
  • Electrical Engineering (BS)
  • Electronic Engineering Technology (BS)
  • Engineering – Interdisciplinary (BS)
  • Facility Planning and Management (BS)
  • Industrial Design (BS)
  • Interior Design (BS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (BS)

New Guaranteed Progression routes at ONCAMPUS.

Boston Students at ONCAMPUS Boston are now able to benefit from GUARANTEED progression to several of our partners. These include Michigan Technological University, ranked #123 nationally, our host college Wheelock College and Southern New Hampshire University. To take advantage of these great opportunities students only need to successfully complete their University Transfer Program with the required GPA and English language level– there is a simplified admissions process, which makes it easy to apply!


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