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Catawba Valley Community College
Through the concerted efforts of concerned and united Catawba County citizens and North Carolina educational leaders, on April 3, 1958, Catawba Valley Community College was established by the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction as the ninth school of its kind in the state. The mission of Catawba Valley Community College is to empower individuals and enrich the community by providing…
Central Arizona College
Central Arizona College provides a vibrant environment centered on learning and learner success and offers more than 50 university transfer programs and more than 90 degrees and certificates in several areas of study. The ribbon cutting of the Gloria R. Sheldon University Center in August of 2005 will open up even more opportunities for students who wish to pursue bachelor-level course options. Wi…
Redlands Community College
Whatever your interest, there’s something for you at Redlands Community College! Whether you want to meet new friends, have fun with old friends, study for that big exam, or find the best burger in the country, it’s all right here. We invite to you to see Redlands for yourself.
Rend Lake College
Rend Lake College is located on the north shore of beautiful Rend Lake. Students at Rend Lake College enjoy the small class sizes and personalized instruction from a college small enough to get to know you on a personal basis, but large enough to meet your educational needs. RLC offers a wide variety of degree programs and occupational certificates from our advanced technology division to our Paul…
Lake City Community College
Greetings and welcome to the 2005-2006 academic year at Lake City Community College. We are pleased to present this website to you filled with opportunities in classes, programs, and activities. Lake City Community College offers you a resource in the staff, solid academic programs, a variety of college activities, new technology and newly renovated buildings, facilities and dorms.
Central Maine Community College
Central Maine Community College was founded in 1963 as Androscoggin State Vocational Institute. Its name was changed to Central Maine Technical College in 1989. Central Maine Community College provides quality, accessible college education and lifelong learning opportunities: * Career and technical education * Education for transfer to baccalaureate programs * Services to support economic …
Central Oregon Community College
In the spring of 1962, a 140-acre tract of land on the west side of Awbrey Butte was donated for the purposes of establishing COCC's main campus. Two additional smaller purchases increased the new COCC campus to a total of 193 acres that face a spectacular view of Oregon's Cascade mountain range. Construction began in 1963, and the first three buildings – Ochoco, Modoc, and Deschutes – wer…
Lake Land College
The Lake Land College Foundation was established exclusively for educational, scientific and charitable purposes. The Foundation assists the College in developing and enhancing the educational opportunities and service to its students, alumni and citizens of the district.
Lake Region State College
Students get the same opportunities here regardless of where they call home. Our one-state rate allows all U.S. students to pay North Dakota resident rates. International students also pay an attractive, reduced tutition rate when they choose to attend Lake Region State College.
Lake Superior College
A Late Start Curling Class has been added to LSC's fall schedule. Beginning Curling PE 1475 will run from October 17 - December 14, 2006. This is an on ground (on ice) course.
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