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Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Abraham Baldwin is one of the largest residential, coeducational two-year colleges in Georgia. Over 3,400 students from 16 states, 17 countries, and 149 Georgia counties take classes every day on a beautiful 421-acre campus nestled in the heart of south Georgia. The Division of Agriculture and Forest Resources is the largest division on campus, and nursing is ABAC's largest single program …
Air University Air University
Air University, headquartered at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., is a major component of Air Education and Training Command and is the Air Forceís center for professional military education. Air University provides the full spectrum of Air Force education, from pre-commissioning to the highest levels of professional military education, including degree granting and professional continuing educati…
College of Technology - Andrews University College of Technology - Andrews University
The theme that connects the academic programs in the College of Technology is the emphasis on application of learning. Offering "hands-on" preparation for careers, the College has extraordinary facilities and equipment to ensure that students are well prepared for their chosen careers. The College of Technology offers degrees in four departments: Aeronautical Technology, Agriculture, Engineering/C…
Arkansas State University 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 …
Graduate School - The Ohio State University Graduate School - The Ohio State University
The Graduate School at Ohio State is comprised of university faculty authorized to give graduate instruction (the Graduate Faculty), an elected legislative body (Council on Research and Graduate Studies) and the Graduate School office. The Graduate School helps fulfill the Universityís academic goals by fostering quality in graduate education and research and by promoting cultural diversity in …
Clark State Community College Clark State Community College
Clark State Community College began in 1962 as the Springfield and Clark County Technical Education Program in an effort to meet the post-secondary, technical education needs of Springfield and the surrounding area. In 1966 the name was changed to Clark County Technical Institute (CCTI) and was chartered by the Ohio Board of Regents as Ohio's first technical college. In 1972, ten years after i…
Florida A&M University Florida A&M University
Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU), as an 1890 land-grant institution, is to provide an enlightened and enriched academic, intellectual, moral, cultural, ethical, technological and student-centered environment, conducive to the development of highly qualified individuals who are prepared and capable of serving as leaders and contributors in our ever-evolving society. The Univers…
Fort Valley State University Fort Valley State University
Fort Valley State University embraces a history that weaves together African American culture, a commitment to personal and intellectual growth, and a deep sense of community. What students of every era have found here is unequaled leadership across a wide scope of programs. Our status as a land-grant university has led to remarkable innovations in agriculture and related fields. Our acclaimed Bio…
Gainesville College Gainesville College
As a result of being named a "University Center" of the University System of Georgia, Gainesville State College enters into formal agreements with four-year colleges to offer more opportunities for students to stay in the area and receive a reasonably priced, high quality, education.
Texas A&M University Texas A&M University
Texasí 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 nationís sixth-largest university in enrollment, with more than 46,000 students (44,910 on the main campus and 1,677 at the institutionís branch campus, Texas A&M…

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