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Alexandria Technical College Alexandria Technical College
Alexandria Technical College has established a solid reputation for quality instruction and service to its students. The college provides more than 45 programs and offers Associate in Science degrees, Associate in Applied Science degrees, diplomas, and certificates. ATC has long been committed to excellence. In the 1990’s, the National Center for Research in Vocational Education chose ATC as on…
Allegany College of Maryland Allegany College of Maryland
Allegany College of Maryland was founded in August of 1961 by a resolution passed by the Allegany County Board of Education and approved by the Allegany County Commissioners. The College, which now has separate governance under a Board of Trustees, is an example of the rapid growth in the development of Maryland’s community college system. Although heavy emphasis was placed on liberal arts tran…
Anoka Technical College Anoka Technical College
The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system comprises 32 state universities and community and technical colleges serving the higher education needs of Minnesota. The system serves about 240,000 students per year in credit-based courses and an additional 130,000 students in non-credit courses
Brookstone College of Business Brookstone College of Business
Ashmore Business College and Asheboro Business College. Ashmore Business College was the first nationally accredited business college in North Carolina, while Asheboro Business College was the first junior college of business in North Carolina licensed to award degrees. In 1984, these two schools were combined and relocated to the Greensboro/High Point area. The new institution became Brookstone…
Arapahoe Community College Arapahoe Community College
The Arapahoe Community College Foundation is a charitable, non-profit corporation dedicated to raising friends and funds for Arapahoe Community College. The Foundation partners with donors to support and strengthen the College’s role in serving the educational needs of the community.
Baker College Baker College
Baker College, the largest independent college in the state of Michigan with the most focused approach to education and training available. We believe that going to college should lead you directly to a great career. And that's exactly where we come in. Unlike other colleges and universities, Baker is a career college, with one mission: to provide you job specific training so you can enter a m…
Bakersfield College Bakersfield College
Bakersfield College will be known for its excellence. We will collaborate in community development, foster cooperative efforts and cultivate partnerships. We will ensure student success through innovation and high standards of service and achievement. Our success will be measured by the individuals and communities we serve. Bakersfield College provides the quality instruction and services our div…
Barton County Community College Barton County Community College
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission,Barton County Community College has provided educational services for residents of seven central Kansas counties since 1969.This two-year comprehensive community college offers more than 425 associate degrees and certificate programs that enrich the lives of students, as well as benefit the region as a whole. Barton County Community College, as a…
Beal College Beal College
Beal College's Mission is supported by the following Objectives: * To offer quality education at a reasonable cost; * To provide highly-qualified faculty, staff and administration whose professional goals are consistent with the philosophy of the College; * To provide an environment that is conducive to academic and professional growth; * To design its programs to provide professional …
Bellingham Technical College Bellingham Technical College
The role and mission of Bellingham Technical College has its roots in vocational education in the Bellingham School District (BSD). The first “Industrial School” was planned and constructed in 1911 by the BSD. This school evolved into a manual-training section of Whatcom High School. With the passage of the Smith-Hughes Act in 1917, courses in automotive mechanics and machine shop were offered at …

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