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Millersville University Millersville University
"Millersville University's history can be traced to the idea that for free public education to succeed, institutions for the training of qualified teachers needed to be established. This idea was realized in the normal school movement, a social and educational reform crusade that gained currency across the country and in Pennsylvania in the mid-19th century. From its inception, the institution…
University of Colorado at Denver University of Colorado at Denver
At CU-Denver, we like to describe our educational setting as one "without walls." The free-flow of information from course to course, classroom to classroom, college to college, and ultimately, between the University and the surrounding Denver community is essential to our overall mission. This approach to higher education links teaching, research, and service with the community and applies them t…
Yale University Yale University
Yale University comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional schools. In addition, Yale encompasses a wide array of centers and programs, libraries, museums, and administrative support offices. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale. Yale’s charter of 1701 was amended by the Connecticut Leg…
University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County
University of Wisconsin-Baraboo/Sauk County! Located in the picturesque setting of the Baraboo hills, UW-B/SC offers student-centered, freshman-sophomore liberal arts programming, which can serve as the foundation for virtually any major. We're your best start for a bachelor's degree and unlimited career opportunities. Our classes are taught by outstanding faculty who are dedicated to t…
University of Wisconsin-Barron County University of Wisconsin-Barron County
The University of Wisconsin-Barron County, established in 1966, offers the Associate of Arts and Science degree and a liberal arts, pre-professional transfer curriculum. In partnership with Continuing Education Extension, the University also provides a variety of credit and non-credit educational activities which focus on satisfying the unique educational needs of citizens in local communities. Th…
University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley
The University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley is a fully accredited two-year collegiate campus of the University of Wisconsin System. Its commitment is to deliver the first two years of high-quality liberal arts studies necessary as a foundation to university arts and science degrees as well as specialized professional and occupational degrees. Emphasis on teaching excellence is the hallmark of the Unive…
University of Wisconsin-Marathon County University of Wisconsin-Marathon County
The University of Wisconsin–Marathon County (UWMC), part of the University of Wisconsin Colleges, is a two-year campus of the University of Wisconsin System located near downtown Wausau, Wisconsin, adjacent to 78-acre Marathon Park. The current Dean of the campus is James Veninga, who is retiring from his position after the 2006-2007 school year to spend more time teaching. UWMC is currently under…
University of Wisconsin-Marinette University of Wisconsin-Marinette
The University of Wisconsin-Marinette is a freshman/sophomore campus of the University of Wisconsin, one of the finest university systems in the world. UW-Marinette offers courses that are the foundation for more than 250 majors. Academic offerings include day and evening credit courses, study skills workshops and an Introduction to College program. Four bachelor's degree programs from UW-Mi…
University of Wisconsin-Rock County University of Wisconsin-Rock County
UW-Rock County is one of 13 freshman-sophomore liberal arts transfer campuses of the UW Colleges and offers a general education associate degree. After beginning their studies at UW-Rock County, where the student/teacher ratio in most classes is 20-1, students transfer to other UW System institutions as well as to colleges and universities throughout the country to complete their bachelor's de…
University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan
The University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan (UW-Sheboygan) was established in 1933 in space provided by the Sheboygan School of Technical, Vocational and Adult Education. During its first semester of operation, the campus (then known as The Sheboygan County Center) offered six credits of coursework. A full range of courses did not become available until 1936 when a chemistry lab was installed. Sophomore…

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