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Alfred University Alfred University
Alfred University is a friendly, vibrant living/learning community located in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains in Western New York. Founded in 1836, AU offers more than 60 academic programs and a host of clubs, organizations and recreational opportunities. Founded in 1836 as a select school, Alfred University is the second-oldest coeducational institution in the United States and the ol…
American University American University
AU's more than 5,000 undergraduates are a microcosm of the world's diversity. From across the United States and from more than 150 countries, they share a desire to shape tomorrow's world. AU actively promotes international understanding, and this is reflected in its curricula offerings, faculty research, and the regular presence of world leaders on campus. American University (AU) …
American University - College of Arts & Sciences American University - College of Arts & Sciences
Our mission is to provide thorough and accurate academic counsel to the students enrolled in the college of arts and sciences, to assist them in the selection of a relevant, stimulating and challenging course of study and guide them toward choices that will make them better students and better citizens.
American University - School of International Service American University - School of International Service
The School of International Service provides environment conducive to learn and grow professionally. It is a community composed of scholars, practitioners, and students from around the world. The faculty focuses on interactive learning and involves students in ongoing research projects. SIS also offers numerous co-curricular activities, including workshops and professional development seminars a…
Amherst College Amherst College
Since its founding in 1821, Amherst College has become what many regard as the premier liberal arts college in the nation, enrolling some 1,600 talented, energetic and diverse young men and women. Amherst is a member of the Five Colleges, a consortium with nearby Smith, Mount Holyoke and Hampshire Colleges and the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Students may take courses at any of the c…
Angelo State University Angelo State University
Angelo State University is a regional comprehensive coeducational institution of higher learning offering programs in the liberal and fine arts, sciences, education for the health professions, teacher education, and business administration, as well as courses of study designed to meet entrance requirements for various professional schools.
Anoka-Ramsey Community College Anoka-Ramsey Community College
Anoka-Ramsey Community College, with campuses in Coon Rapids and Cambridge, has been a leading provider of higher education and training in the north suburban area of Minneapolis/St. Paul and East Central Minnesota since 1965. Annually, the college serves over 9,000 learners of all ages as they pursue associate degrees that transfer as the first two years of a bachelor's degree, or certificate…
Arkansas Tech University Arkansas Tech University
We’re pleased you have a desire to learn more about Arkansas Tech University - one of the South’s best choices for higher education. Spend some time on our site exploring our campus, researching our academic programs and getting to know our student body and you’ll quickly see why Tech has become a top choice of top students. Our diverse curriculum and outstanding faculty attract students from …
Assumption College Assumption College
For more than 100 years, Assumption College has been enriched by its Catholic intellectual and ecumenical outreach traditions. Those traditions, fostered by the Augustinians of the Assumption and Religious of the Assumption, have been strongly supported by a very dedicated and accomplished lay faculty and staff. We are truly fortunate to have the sustained commitment of so many professionals whose…
Augsburg College Augsburg College
Augsburg was the first seminary founded by Norwegian Lutherans in America, named after the confession of faith presented by Lutherans in Augsburg, Germany, in 1530. Augsburg opened in September 1869, in Marshall, Wisconsin, and moved to Minneapolis in 1872. The first seminarians were enrolled in 1874, and the first graduation was in 1879. Augsburg continues to reflect the commitment and dedicatio…

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