findley, lake erie college, hollins. Even state schools like university of kentucky and ohio state have horse programs.
just do internet searches for colleges with equestrian teams, vet programs, or whatever else you are interested in.
if you go on one website you can narrow your search down to size of school, location, majors, presence of clubs, and so on. If i remember correctly its affiliated with the SAT. I can look and find it for you. will edit when i do.
How do people transfer Colleges while on bad standing with current College?
They would definitely find out, and that is certainly NOT okay.
You may be aiming too high. I'm sorry to say it, but having a fairly low GPA and being disqualified at the junior level (most schools won't disqualify you after just one semester - you usually get put on probation and have another chance, so if you were disqualified, I have to assume that you either did poorly for more than just one semester, or that you did SO poorly that there was no question of your being able to handle the work) just doesn't leave you with many options. You will probably need to apply to a less-selective private university or college at this point.
This is how I would approach it. First of all, I'd find colleges which are more likely to accept you (those with enrollment problems are most likely to stretch their standards). Then I'd ask for a meeting with someone in the admissions office. Explain your illness to them (unless you were seriously ill, though, it will be hard to explain why you didn't withdraw). Get references from people who know you well and who know that you are capable of doing much better than you did at the CSU and can attest to that. Hope that a personal intervention from your admissions counselor will help. I would also think about going into a major very different from the one you were in before. Doing the same thing at which you failed badly again might be seen as beating your head against the wall repeatedly. If you change directions, there is more hope that you could do better next time.
Do colleges care if you have transferred from a 4-year college to a community college?
theyll probably ask... because inquiring minds (and nosy minds) want to know but its know big deal... heck I did the same thing ... the first university was too much money for me(I was out of state) so I went back in state to attend a community college and I received my associates after that I went to a 4 year university and I received my bachelor I was only there for 10 month because I recieved majority of my credits from the first university and the community college
Go to princeton review. Use their college search function.
To keep in mind: some schools, like mine, have a poli sci major with specialization in things like IR that would never show up in search.
Syracuse's Newhouse school is one of the best in the country. The other top programs are at Northwestern, Missouri, George Washington, UN Chapel Hill, Boston University, Vanderbilt, Indiana U Bloomington, USC, Wake Forest, NYU, and UT Austin
You weren't very specific about what field you want to go in.
For nursing, Columbia University School of Nursing is probably the best in the country.
For science, MIT (of course). Boston College is certainly no slouch either. Ditto for Columbia (their med school is also top notch - I know a couple of graduates from there who are outstanding doctors in their respective fields).
Of course, all the schools listed above are expensive (Columbia is Ivy League; Boston College is private and MIT speaks for itself). If you are looking for a great state school, try SUNY (State University of New York; different chapters all over the state and all good), Rutgers (my sister and her husband both went there - the science programs are fantastic). Boston University is also great. Ditto University of Mass. at Amherst.