What are the Ivy League Schools?
After establishing the NCAA Division and the athletic conference in 1954, the term Ivy League became popular for the eight private and oldest schools in the U.S. But what are the Ivy League Schools? Here are the lists of the eight members of the Ivy League Schools.
• Brown University located in Providence, Rode Island and was founded in 1764 is the home of the Brown Bears.
• Columbia University in New York City, New York was established in 1764 and where the Columbia University lions reside.
• Cornell University, Ithaca, New York was founded in 1865 in which the Cornell Big Red dwells.
• Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire was founded in 1769 and the home of the Dartmouth College Big Green.
• Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts was established in 1636 and the dwelling place of the Harvard Crimson.
• Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey was established in 1764 and the home of the Tigers.
• University Of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was founded in 1740 and the home of the Quakers.
• Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut was founded in 1701 where the Bulldogs reside.