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Sewanee-University of the South is a private liberal arts college located in Sewanee, TN. Founded in 1857 by Episcopal clergy, Sewanee is America’s only university owned and governed by the Episcopal Church dioceses. Popular academic programs include social sciences, English language and literature, biological and biomedical sciences, and history. Students have access to outside-the-classroom study opportunities, including research collaboration with professors, community service projects, or a semester at Yale University’s Directed Research Program. Students who join the Sewanee Outing Club have the opportunity to go climbing, caving, canoeing, cycling and backpacking throughout the country. One of the biggest events of the year is the Perpetual Motion, a three-night event where students choreograph original dance performances. The Sewanee Tigers’ 24 teams compete at the NCAA Division III level. Twenty-six Rhodes Scholars, 46 Watson Postgraduate Fellows, 32 NCAA Postgraduate Scholars and a number of Fulbright Scholars are among Sewanee’s alumni.
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