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John Carroll University

John Carroll University is affiliated with the Jesuits and is located in University Heights, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. The university was founded in 1886 and originally named St. Ignatius College. It was renamed John Carroll University in 1923 in honor of the first Roman Catholic archbishop in the United States. In 1968 John Carroll began admitting female students. By 2003 the university had over 250 faculty members and more than 4000 students. It offers a wide variety of Bachelor's and Master's degrees.

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