Menlo College, popularly referred to as Menlo, is located in the Silicon Valley town of Atherton, California. The college was founded in 1927 and now occupies a 45 acre campus 25 miles southeast of San Francisco. The Princeton Review has named Menlo as the best college in the West among 123 institutions.
The college originated as the Menlo School for boys which grew to include a junior college. Over the years, the college added to its programs and now offers bachelor's degrees in finance, accounting, management real estate and psychology.
The athletic teams of Menlo are nicknamed the Oaks. Alpha Chi, the Menlo Contenders club, the Menlo College Ski & Snowboarding Club, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and the Menlo War Gaming Club are some of the clubs and student organizations on the campus. Notable alumni include Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Alsaud of Saudi Arabia, Nate Jackson (former NFL Player for the Denver Broncos) and Julian Harris (NCAA Division III All-American).
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