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Mayville State University
Mayville State University, the nation's first Tablet PC campus, is a personable rural campus with nearly 70 academic programs and an enrollment of over 800 students. Featuring a technology-enriched education in which all students are issued a Gateway Tablet PC notebook computer, MSU is nationally identified for its Teacher Education division, the largest academic program on campus. Business Ad…
McHenry County College
McHenry County College offers a wide range of high-quality learning opportunities, enabling students to meet their educational, career and personal goals close to home at an affordable price. MCC provides credit and non credit educational and training opportunities as well as special events for close to 60,000 participants annually.
Frostburg State University
Frostburg State University has provided paths to success for students for over 100 years. Founded in 1898 to prepare teachers, the institution today is a public, comprehensive, largely residential regional university offering a wide array of affordable programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The only four-year institution of the University System of Maryland west of the Baltimore-Washin…
College of Lake County
The College of Lake County is a comprehensive community college offering a wide range of academic program choices to meet students' educational needs at different points in their lives. Their major program areas include credit programs to prepare students for transfer or career entry, GED and adult basic education, non-credit offerings for personal or career development, and contract traini…
Tennessee Technological University
Tennessee Tech is a public, co-educational and comprehensive university located in Cookeville, a town of about 25,000 residents. Although it's located in some of Tennessee's most beautiful countryside, the campus is only a little more than an hour from three of the state's metro areas -- 82 miles east of Nashville, 109 miles west of Knoxville and 96 miles north of Chattanooga.
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…
George Mason University
With three locations in the Washington, D.C., area, Mason has emerged in the last decade as a major university in the nation. Our innovative programs and visionary outlook have attracted a faculty of renowned scholars and teachers.
The College of Saint Rose
The College of Saint Rose was founded in 1920 by the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet as a Roman Catholic college for women. Its founders selected the name of Saint Rose to honor the first canonized saint in the Americas. The primary academic purpose of the College was the full development of the person through a strong liberal arts curriculum. The College of Saint Rose community engages h…
Our 100-acre campus in Lebanon, Illinois is 25 minutes from downtown St. Louis. Our Louisville, Kentucky campus is located at 11850 Commonwealth Drive in east Jefferson County and our Radcliff campus is located at 1635 W. Lincoln Trail Blvd., Radcliff, Kentucky. There also is a McKendree Center at Scott AFB.
The College of St. Scholastica
The College of St. Scholastica is the only independent private college in northeastern Minnesota. The College was founded in 1912 by a group of pioneering Benedictine Sisters who offered college courses to six young women. Today St. Scholastica educates more than 2,800 men and women and has graduated more than 13,000 alumni. The College is guided by its Mission Statement, its Statement of Pu…
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