These are the colleges and universities at which rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply for the 2014-15 Executive Councils. If your campus is not yet listed, become a Student Ambassador and make the case for your school's selection through your work on behalf of AEI next year.
Arizona State University • Barnard College • Boston College • Boston University • Brandeis University • Brigham Young University • Brown University • Claremont McKenna College • Columbia University • Cornell University • Dartmouth College • Davidson College • Duke University • Emory University • Georgetown University • Harvard University • Howard University • Johns Hopkins University • Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Miami University • New York University • Northwestern University • Penn State University • Pomona College • Princeton University • Purdue University • Rice University • Southern Methodist University • Stanford University • Texas A&M University • Texas Christian University • Tufts University • Tulane University • University of California, Berkeley • University of California, Los Angeles • University of Chicago • University of Colorado, Boulder • University of Denver • University of Michigan • University of Missouri • University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill • University of Notre Dame • University of Pennsylvania • University of Southern California • University of Texas, Austin • University of Virginia • University of Washington • Vanderbilt University • Wake Forest University • Washington University in St. Louis • Wellesley College • Williams College • Yale University
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PRIMARY DEADLINE: JUNE 8, 2014
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