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Gannon University is a private Catholic university in Erie, Pennsylvania. Gannon University has approximately 4,500 students and 46,000 alumni. Its intercollegiate athletics include 18 athletic programs for men and women competing at the NCAA Division II level.
Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania (LHU) is a public university in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. It is part of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education . The main campus consists of 200 acres (81 ha) and the branch campus covers 12.9 acres (5.2 ha). 
Temple University (Temple or TU) is a public state-related research university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was founded in 1884 by the Baptist minister Russell Conwell and his congregation Grace Baptist Church of Philadelphia then called Baptist Temple. On May 12, 1888, it was renamed the Temple College of Philadelphia.
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania: Shippensburg State College; Shippensburg State Teachers College; State Teachers College at Shippensburg; Cumberland Valley State Normal School 1983, 1960, 1939, 1927: Shorter College (Arkansas) Bethel University Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
School Nickname City State First Division III season Last Division III season Current level; University at Albany, SUNY: Great Danes: Albany: New York: 1973
On June 21, 2007, the University's Board of Regents approved a $226 million renovation (equivalent to $277 million in 2020) and expansion project for Michigan Stadium.The project included replacement of some bleachers, widening of aisles and individual seats, installing hand rails, and the addition of a new press box, 83 luxury boxes, and 3,200 club seats.
Bair v. Shippensburg (2003) In 2003, Jones heard the case of Shippensburg University students Walt Bair and Ellen Wray, who sued the school in an effort to stop enforcing a speech code. The speech code banned all "acts of intolerance" including racist, sexist and homophobic speech.