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Pet-Friendly Colleges

Postby admin » Sat May 09, 2015 5:28 pm

http://collegeapps.about.com/od/college ... lleges.htm
Don’t want to leave Fluffy behind when you leave for college? You might be surprised to learn that you don’t have to. A growing number of colleges have begun offering pet-friendly residency options. According to a recent Kaplan survey of college admissions officers, 38% of schools now have housing where some pets are permitted; 28% allow reptiles, 10% allow dogs, and 8% allow cats. While bringing along your pet tiger still may not be an option, most colleges have at least some allowances for aquatic pets such as fish, and many offer accommodations for small caged animals such as rodents and birds. Some colleges and universities even have pet-friendly special interest housing allowing cats and dogs. These ten colleges all have very pet-friendly policies so that you may not have to leave your furry companion at home in the fall. (And even if you don’t see your college on the list, be sure to check with the office of residence life - even if they don’t advertise it, there are a number of colleges that allow small caged or aquatic pets in residence halls.)
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