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Mercyhurst College Mercyhurst College
Mercyhurst College is a fully accredited, four-year, Catholic comprehensive institution, founded in Erie, Pa., by the Sisters of Mercy in 1926. The Erie campus, located on a picturesque hillside crowning the city, offers 50 undergraduate majors with 67 concentrations, as well as unique adult programs and six graduate programs. In addition, it maintains its one- and two-year programs at a campus in…
Troy University Dothan Troy University Dothan
Troy University’s tradition of teaching excellence dates to its founding on February 26, 1887 when an act of the Alabama Legislature established State Normal School, Troy as an institution to train teachers for Alabama’s schools. Joseph Macon Dill was the institution’s first president. In 1893, the school was renamed Troy State Normal College.
Miami University Miami University
Miami University, a student-centered public university founded in 1809, has built its success through an unwavering commitment to liberal arts undergraduate education and the active engagement of its students in both curricular and co-curricular life. It is deeply committed to student success, builds great student and alumni loyalty, and empowers its students, faculty, and staff to become engaged …
Michigan Technological University Michigan Technological University
Michigan Tech was founded in 1885 in response to the first mining boom in the U.S. — the clamor for Michigan's copper, which preceded the California Gold Rush by several years. At its outset, the college trained mining and metallurgical engineers. Today, the University offers certificates, associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees in arts, humanities, and social sciences; business…
Ulster County Community College Ulster County Community College
Ulster County Community College is a two-year college of the State University of New York, located in the Hudson Valley and the Catskill Mountains—regions famous in art and literature for their natural beauty and historical significance. Nearby are the City of Kingston, New York’s first capital, the artists’ communities of Woodstock and New Paltz, and the New York City metropolitan region.
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…
Mineral Area College Mineral Area College
As an outstanding, tax-supported community college, Mineral Area College is committed to offering students a high quality, affordable education which will enable them to attain their career and other personal development goals. The College provides a quality teaching and learning environment, and makes every effort to provide opportunities for life-changing educational, career, and cultural opport…
Minnesota State University, Mankato Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State Mankato will be known as a university where people expect to go further than they thought possible by combining knowledge and the passion to achieve great things. Our foundation for this vision is our heritage of both dedicated teaching and the direct application of knowledge to improve a diverse community and world. We will achieve it by actively nurturing the passion withi…
Minot State University Minot State University
Welcome to Minot State University's Web site. Whether you are a prospective student, an alumnus, or are simply curious about the university, I invite you to visit this site to explore Minot State University. Here you will find information about enrolling at the university, campus news and events, Beaver athletics and items of special interest to our alumni.
Cuyahoga Community College Cuyahoga Community College
Cuyahoga Community College held its first day of classes on September 23, 1963. On that day, Tri-C opened its doors to 3,039 students, the largest first day enrollment for a community college in the nation’s history. Its Mmission is to provide high quality, accessible and affordable educational opportunities and services — including university transfer, technical and lifelong learning programs —th…

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