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Arkansas State University
Arkansas State University enjoys a reputation as a quality regional institution of higher education and is recognized for offering special services to the people of the Arkansas Delta. It is the only comprehensive public university located in this region. Dedicated to teaching, research and service, the university provides students with the broad educational foundations that help develop critical …
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College
The Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization, and all donations to the Foundation are tax deductible as allowed by law. At the end of fiscal year 2004-2005, the Foundation had assets totaling over 2 million. In FY 2005-2006, the Foundation has awarded 70 scholarships, totaling nearly $85,000. The mission of the Foundation is to support Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College in all of its …
Ashland Community & Technical College
Located in the foothills of eastern Kentucky, Ashland Community & Technical College has been the two-year college of choice for students in the Ashland area for more than 60 years. As part of Kentucky Community and Technical College System, Ashland Community & Technical College offers university-parallel programs for transfer to four-year institutions and career programs for advancement in profes…
Ashland University is a mid-sized regional teaching university, historically related to the Brethren Church. Our mission is to serve the educational needs of all students -- undergraduate and graduate, traditional and non-traditional, full and part-time -- by providing educational programs of high quality in an environment that is both challenging and supportive.
Asnuntuck Community College
At Asnuntuck Community College, we pride ourselves on providing a quality higher education experience in an accessible, nurturing environment that promotes student success. We provide high quality academic and career focused programs, non-credit and special interest offerings, and have built partnerships with business and industry to provide training tailored to meet their particular requirements.
Atlanta Christian College
Atlanta Christian College believes that the goal of education is the development of the total person. The curriculum – biblical and theological studies, arts and sciences, and various professional studies – and the learning environment are designed to encourage students to grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, physically and professionally.
Atlantic Cape Community College
* A comprehensive two-year nonprofit publicly-supported educational institution * Serves Atlantic and Cape May counties in New Jersey * Enrolls more than 6,500 credit students * Originally named Atlantic Community College * Second community college in New Jersey (1964) * Officially became a joint college with Cape May County January 1, 1999 * Renamed Atlantic Cape Community College February,…
Atlantic Union College
Atlantic Union College, a Seventh-day Adventist institution, exists to serve a wide range of needs. Its original purpose is still its primary purpose: to help young people of the Atlantic Union Conference prepare for fruitful lives within the Church and in the wider society around it by providing them with an education in a Christian setting. The College also serves educational needs of adults who…
Auburn University Montgomery
Auburn University Montgomery, the metropolitan campus of Auburn University, was established by an act of the Alabama Legislature in 1967. Located on a 500-acre campus seven miles east of downtown Montgomery, AUM offers highly respected, accredited academic programs in a challenging but caring college environment. A broad-based academic institution, AUM is organized into six schools: Liberal Art…
Augsburg was the first seminary founded by Norwegian Lutherans in America, named after the confession of faith presented by Lutherans in Augsburg, Germany, in 1530. Augsburg opened in September 1869, in Marshall, Wisconsin, and moved to Minneapolis in 1872. The first seminarians were enrolled in 1874, and the first graduation was in 1879. Augsburg continues to reflect the commitment and dedicatio…
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