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Enterprise-Ozark Community College Enterprise-Ozark Community College
Enterprise-Ozark Community College is a two-year liberal arts transfer college located in southeast Alabama. It is located in Enterprise, Coffee County, Alabama. The College serves residents of Coffee, Dale (Ft. Rucker), Geneva, and Pike (Troy) Counties. It is located approximately 45 minutes from Dothan, Alabama, one hour and 30 minutes south of Montgomery, Alabama, and one hour and 30 minutes no…
Faulkner State Community College Faulkner State Community College
Faulkner State Community College, a public two-year institution located in Baldwin County in southwest Alabama, has three campuses located in Bay Minette, Gulf Shores, and Fairhope. The Bay Minette campus is the administrative campus. The College which was one of the 13 original two-year colleges created by an act of the Alabama Legislature in 1963 is under the authority of the State Board of Educ…
Coastal Georgia Community College Coastal Georgia Community College
Coastal Georgia Community College (formerly Brunswick College) was founded in 1961 by the Regents of the University System of Georgia when the citizens of Brunswick and Glynn County approved a one-million dollar bond issue for construction of buildings and purchase of land. As a unit of the University System of Georgia and a two-year institution, Coastal Georgia Community College has as its mis…
Tarleton State University Tarleton State University
Welcome to the Student Counseling Center (SCC) at Tarleton State University! We are dedicated to helping students achieve the kinds of academic success, personal growth, balance and appreciation for diversity that lead to rich, full and healthy lives. College can be very challenging – filled with stress, anxiety, and deadlines. Along with life stressors like working on your relationships with…
Fox Valley Technical College Fox Valley Technical College
* Accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association * Recipient of the Wisconsin Forward Award at the Mastery level, 2001 * Awarded the Continuous Quality Improvement Network's (CQIN) Pacesetter Award for Excellence in Education, 2002
Tennessee State University Tennessee State University
Tennessee State University, located in Nashville, is a major, comprehensive urban land-grant institution offering 45 bachelor's degrees and 24 master's degrees. Doctoral degrees are offered in six areas: biological sciences, psychology, public administration, curriculum and instruction, administration and supervision, and computer information systems engineering. Founded in 1912, the unive…
Gadsden State Community College Gadsden State Community College
Gadsden State Community College (GSCC) has evolved from four separate entities into a single institution whose mission is to meet the changing needs of the citizens in its service areas. By so doing, the college offers all individuals those educationally and culturally enriching experiences that will enable them to realize their full potential.
Texas A&M University Texas A&M University
Texas’ first public institution of higher learning, opened Oct. 4, 1876. One of a select few academic institutions in the nation to hold federal triple designation as a Land-Grant, Sea-Grant and Space-Grant university. Ranks as the nation’s sixth-largest university in enrollment, with more than 46,000 students (44,910 on the main campus and 1,677 at the institution’s branch campus, Texas A&M…
Garden City Community College Garden City Community College
Garden City Community College is officially accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. In addition, the GCCC Nursing Program is accredited by the Kansas State Board of Nursing and the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC). Certain GCCC programs have also obtained other specific individual accreditation. GCCC has been accepted for the continuous qualit…
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Texas A&M University-Kingsville
Texas A&M University-Kingsville grew out of the teacher college or "normal school" movement that swept Texas and the nation in the early 1900s. Chartered in 1917 but not opened until 1925 because of America's entry into World War I, the University is the oldest continuously operating public institution of higher learning in South Texas. Shortly after beginning life as South Texas State Teacher…

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