A collegiate sports conference that places academics first and athletics seconds, the Ivy League is the only Division I athletic conference that refuses to grant athletic scholarships. All schools also refuse to grant athletic scholarships, or any financial aid of any kind that isn't directly need-based.
People like to associate Ivy League with any extremely prestigious American university, but that is incorrect. Some schools, like Stanford, MIT, and Duke are academically on-par with schools in the Ivy League, but they are not Ivy League schools.
Some public schools brag that they are public ivy schools, referencing a book written years ago. It probably just means they have a misguided superiority complex.
The Ivy League consists of Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Yale, Columbia, Brown, Dartmouth, and Princeton.
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