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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.
Minnesota State University Moorhead
The mission of Minnesota State University Moorhead is to foster excellence in teaching and learning. The University strives to provide an educational environment that supports intellectual development, that welcomes diversity, and that develops the skills and talents of women and men so that they have the capacity to live usefully, act responsibly, and be learners all their lives. The academic pro…
Montana State University–Bozeman
Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Bozeman is truly a remarkable community. The Bozeman area at large encompasses over 50,000 people with backgrounds and cultures as diverse as the Montana landscape. From cattle ranchers to high tech engineers, the area is home to a breed of people who have come to appreciate an unmatched quality of life. While retaining a small town feel, Bozeman prides…
Moorpark College exists to provide equal opportunity to postsecondary education at minimum cost to all who wish to avail themselves of it. Admission to Moorpark College is open to any high school graduate, anyone earning a high school proficiency certificate, or any adult eighteen years of age or older and capable of profiting from instruction.
Salt Lake Community College
Salt Lake Community College is a public, open-access, comprehensive community college committed to serving the broader community. Its mission is to provide quality higher education and lifelong learning to people of diverse cultures, abilities, and ages, and to serve the needs of community and government agencies, business, industry and other employers.
Sam Houston State University
Sam Houston State University's athletic teams have been nicknamed "The Bearkats" since 1923 when the University's name was changed by the Texas State Legislature from Sam Houston Normal Institute to Sam Houston State Teachers College. (Prior to 1923, the varsity sports teams were nicknamed "The Normals").
Siena, a Catholic and Franciscan college, founded in 1937 by seven Franciscan friars, is an independent undergraduate liberal arts college located in Loudonville, New York, a suburban community just outside the state's capital.
Westfield State College
Westfield State College (WSC) was founded in 1839 by Horace Mann. Westfield State is a four-year, coeducational, comprehensive public college. The most residential of the nine Massachusetts state colleges, Westfield State takes pride in its warm, comfortable atmosphere and small class sizes. Our priorities are dynamic, effective teaching, and student involvement in the life of the college and the …
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