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Avila University Avila University
Avila University is a dynamic, Catholic, four-year liberal arts and preprofessional college sponsored and founded by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet which offers a broad range of studies - from business to corporate communications to allied health to education, just to name a few. Avila offers nearly 40 undergraduate degree programs and three graduate degree programs, many of which were…
Bowling Green State University Bowling Green State University
Bowling Green State University aspires to be the premier Learning Community in Ohio, and one of the best in the Nation. Through the interdependence of teaching, learning, scholarship, and service we will create an academic environment grounded in intellectual discovery and guided by rational discourse and civility. Bowling Green State University serves the diverse and multicultural communities…
Broward Community College Broward Community College
Broward Community College provides a high quality educational programs and services that are affordable and accessible to a diverse community of learners. Supported by the Board of Trustees and the community, a dedicated faculty and staff fulfill this mission through their commitment to student achievement, lifelong learning, academic excellence and the use of current technology.
Reading Area Community College Reading Area Community College
The Community Education Program is a major and unique part of the offerings of Reading Area Community College. The College's Community Education Department is committed to providing opportunities for adults to gain new knowledge and skills through formal and informal study. Community Education registers approximately 20,000 area adults into programs annually.
Ohio Northern University Ohio Northern University
Founded in 1871, Ohio Northern University, located in West Central Ohio, is a private university offering a diverse, dynamic and unique learning community, with rigorous professional programs in partnership with the arts and the sciences. Its 3,500 students study for graduate and undergraduate degrees in five colleges: Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Business Administration, Pharmacy, and Law. …
Ridgewater College Ridgewater College
Ridgewater College is a community and technical college that offers more than 100 educational programs in Transfer Education, transfer options, and technical education. Ridgewater College serves more than 5500 students on its campuses in the growing communities of Willmar and Hutchinson, Minnesota.
Rockhurst University Rockhurst University
Founded by the Jesuits in 1910, Rockhurst is a comprehensive university that offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate programs taught by nationally recognized faculty. Rockhurst emphasizes learning, leadership and service. Rockhurst University is a learning community, centered on excellence in undergraduate liberal education and graduate education. It is Catholic and Jesuit, involved in t…
Lawson State Community College Lawson State Community College
Welcome to Lawson State Community College an institution with a storied history of academic achievement and an unmatched record of community leadership and service. Lawson State is on the move in ways you would never imagine. We recently merged with Bessemer Technical College in Bessemer, Alabama.
Louisiana College Louisiana College
Founded in 1906, Louisiana College is a private, Baptist coeducational college of liberal arts and sciences with selected professional programs. Built upon the principles of character and learning, the College has a tradition of outstanding academics and is the only Baptist, four-year institution in Louisiana.
MacMurray College MacMurray College
MacMurray College dates its history from 1846 when a group of Methodist clergymen, led by Peter Cartwright and Peter Akers, founded it as the Illinois Conference Female Academy. The first class was held in 1848. The school was renamed the Illinois Conference Female College in 1851, with the name changed again to Illinois Female College in 1863.

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