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Loma Linda University
Loma Linda University (LLU) is a Seventh-day Adventist educational health-sciences institution with 3,000 students located in Southern California. Seven schools and the Faculty of Religion and Faculty of Graduate Studies comprise the University organization. More than 55 programs are offered by the schools of Allied Health Professions, Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy, Public Health, and Sci…
Historically rich, academically challenging, faith-centered, socially stimulating thats Loras College. Relating the rich liberal arts tradition to a changing world, Loras strives to develop active learners, reflective thinkers, ethical decision makers and responsible contributors in their diverse professional, social, and religious roles.
Louisiana State University Health Sciences
The Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans has teaching, research and health care functions state-wide, through its five professional schools and nine Centers of Excellence, as well as the more than one hundred hospitals and other health science related institutions throughout the State, Region, Nation, and the World, with which they maintain affiliations.
Elmhurst College is what college ought to be: personal and supportive, challenging and enriching, a preparatory step for work and life, and a fun place to be. At Elmhurst, students have direct access to everything they need to fulfill their potential, in college and beyond. It's a personal, powerful, practical education at one of the best liberal arts colleges in the Midwest.
The College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (www.higherlearningcommission.org), the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and the Council on Social Work Education, approved by the Ohio State Department of Education, and certified by the Ohio Board of Regents.
MacMurray College dates its history from 1846 when a group of Methodist clergymen, led by Peter Cartwright and Peter Akers, founded it as the Illinois Conference Female Academy. The first class was held in 1848. The school was renamed the Illinois Conference Female College in 1851, with the name changed again to Illinois Female College in 1863.
Founded by the Felician Sisters of Livonia in 1937, Madonna University is one of the largest Catholic Franciscan independent universities in the country. Through undergraduate, graduate, and continuing professional study, Madonna University provides men and women with the opportunities for intellectual, spiritual and personal growth. Since its founding, Madonna University has provided educatio…
Clark College was founded as a private, two-year junior college in 1933 and was granted initial accreditation in 1936-37 based upon a visit by a committee of five professors from the University of Washington. The college received accreditation from the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges in 1948 and has maintained that standing through periodic reviews to the present. Clark College pr…
Fairmont State College
Fairmont State is: An institution offering an enormous range of associate and baccalaureate degree programs 90 baccalaureate and 50 associate degrees. An institution that emphasizes teaching; faculty are hired for their teaching ability and their commitment to help students succeed. Located in Fairmont, West Virginia, the county seat of Marion County with a population of 20,000. W…
Ferris State University
Approximately 220 student organizations are active on campus, encompassing everything from the Chess Club to Men's and Women's Rugby; Bulldog Radio to the Juggling Club; and the Dead Poet's Society to the Paintball Club. The wide range of organizations caters to students' social, athletic, political, academic, performing arts and religious activities and interests.
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