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Universities in the United States Named After People

There are far more than you think there are!
Most schools are from Division I NCAA, but there 3 exceptions which are denoted with asterisks on their state.
Schools named after places that are named after people (like how Pennsylvania is named after William Penn) don't count.
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State
University
Alabama
Samford
California
Loyola Marymount
Pepperdine
Saint Mary's
Stanford
Connecticut
Yale
Florida
Bethune-Cookman
Stetson
Georgia*
Emory
Mercer
Illinois
Bradley
DePaul
Loyola Chicago
Indiana
Ball State
Butler
Purdue
Iowa
Drake
Louisiana
Grambling State
McNeese State
Nicholls State
Tulane
Maryland*
Coppin State
Johns Hopkins
Loyola Maryland
Morgan State
Mount Saint Mary's
Massachusetts
Harvard
Mississippi
Alcorn State
Nebraska
Creighton
New Hampshire
Dartmouth
New Jersey
Fairleigh Dickinson
Rider
Rutgers
Saint Peter's
Seton Hall
New York
Canisius
Colgate
Cornell
Hofstra
Marist
Saint Bonaventure
Saint Francis
Saint John's
Siena
Wagner
State
University
North Carolina
Campbell
Davidson
Duke
Gardner-Webb
Ohio
Wright State
Xavier
Oklahoma
Oral Roberts
Pennsylvania*
Bucknell
Carnegie Mellon
Drexel
La Salle
Lafayette
Robert Morris
Saint Francis
Saint Joseph's
Villanova
Rhode Island
Brown
Bryant
South Carolina
Clemson
Furman
Winthrop
Wofford
Tennessee
Austin Peay
Lipscomb
Vanderbilt
Texas
Baylor
Lamar
Rice
Sam Houston State
Stephen F. Austin
Utah
Brigham Young
Virginia
George Mason
James Madison
William and Mary
Washington
Gonzaga
Washington, DC
George Washington
Howard
West Virginia
Marshall
Wisconsin
Marquette
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Mar 15, 2018
Great idea!