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Alcorn State University
History: Founded in 1871, Alcorn was the nation's first state-supported institution for the higher education of African Americans. Location: Alcorn is in Claiborne County, Mississippi, seven miles west of Lorman, seventeen miles southwest of Port Gibson, and about halfway between Vicksburg, to the north, and Natchez, to the south. Organization: Seven schools offer programs leading to the…
Anna Maria College
Anna Maria College, a Catholic institution of higher education, recognizes its obligation to serve its immediate community, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts , the nation, and the world through the provision of education, the preservation of learning, and the sponsorship of research.
Appalachian State University
In July of 2004, Dr. Kenneth E. Peacock became the sixth chancellor of Appalachian State University. A member of the Appalachian family since 1983, Dr. Peacock is committed to promoting excellence in all aspects of the educational environment and preserving the rich heritage of the university. Between 1955 and 1969, with Dr. William H. Plemmons as president, Appalachian was transformed from a sin…
Arlington Baptist College
Arlington Baptist College endeavors to prepare men and women for Christian life and ministries, both lay and professional, through studies in Bible, general education, church vocations, and practical service; integrating faith and learning in the context of a Christian world view.
Choose from almost 50 majors and learn how to think, not what to think. Enjoy small classes that let you interact with your experienced professors. They’ll encourage you to put theories into practice around the world. Our alumni are working all over the globe, and we want to send you there too as we help you find your calling. Whatever that calling is, you’ll become someone ready to make a real d…
Atlantic Union College
Atlantic Union College, a Seventh-day Adventist institution, exists to serve a wide range of needs. Its original purpose is still its primary purpose: to help young people of the Atlantic Union Conference prepare for fruitful lives within the Church and in the wider society around it by providing them with an education in a Christian setting. The College also serves educational needs of adults who…
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…
Baptist Bible College
Baptist Bible College and Graduate School is an institution of higher learning with a distinctively Biblical and historic Baptist curriculum established to serve Christ and the Baptist Bible Fellowship International.
The Baptist College of Florida
The Baptist College of Florida shall operate within the context of a Christian worldview to promote, provide for, operate and control a program of education and training for ministers and other religious workers through awarding certificates and associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees in a co-educational post secondary setting. To fulfill its mission, the college seeks to develop those qua…
Barton County Community College
Accredited by the Higher Learning Commission,Barton County Community College has provided educational services for residents of seven central Kansas counties since 1969.This two-year comprehensive community college offers more than 425 associate degrees and certificate programs that enrich the lives of students, as well as benefit the region as a whole. Barton County Community College, as a…
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