Bring Your Horse to College

By: Judi Robinovitz | Last Updated: April 28, 2014

The Wellington Equestrian Festival is nearly done. A handful of horse trailers and their Ford tandem tugs have already headed back north in search of springtime weather. Horses and their riders on the move!

Some of our JRA Educational Consulting students are juniors or seniors who plan to ride in the years ahead; we’d like to support their vision and inform other riders about colleges that allow their undergraduate students to bring along their horses – boarding in an on-campus or nearby barn, not in the residence hall!

  • Albion
  • Alfred U
  • Auburn U
  • Averett
  • Berea
  • Berry
  • Cazenovia
  • Centenary (NJ)
  • College of Charleston
  • Colorado State
  • Cornell U
  • Dartmouth
  • Delaware Valley
  • Goucher
  • Hobart and Wm. Smith
  • Hollins
  • Lander
  • Long Island U - CW Post
  • Miami of Ohio
  • Montana Western
  • Mt. Holyoke
  • Randolph
  • SCAD
  • Sewanee
  • Skidmore
  • Slippery Rock
  • Smith
  • Southern Methodist U
  • St. Andrews
  • St. Augustine
  • St. Lawrence
  • St. Lawrence
  • SUNY Cobleskill
  • Sweet Briar
  • Texas Christian U
  • U of Findlay
  • U of Kentucky
  • U of Louisville
  • U of Minnesota
  • U of South Carolina
  • UMass-Amherst
  • U of New Hampshire
  • U of Maryland
  • U of Vermont

As you can see there are nearly four dozen! Note that at some of these schools, a student must be an equestrian major in order to board a horse. Always ask before applying…

Here are two useful sites for those who want to plan ahead:

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