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Ashland University Ashland University
Ashland University is a mid-sized regional teaching university, historically related to the Brethren Church. Our mission is to serve the educational needs of all students -- undergraduate and graduate, traditional and non-traditional, full and part-time -- by providing educational programs of high quality in an environment that is both challenging and supportive.
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…
Augustana College Augustana College
For almost 150 years, Augustana College has been creating leaders for this ever changing world. As a college of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we welcome students from many different backgrounds, places, and religious and faith traditions. This wonderful mixture of talented young people combines with a dedicated and highly skilled faculty and staff to produce an environment filled wit…
Aurora University Aurora University
Welcome to the Aurora University website. While we know that the total Aurora University experience includes excellent NCAA intercollegiate athletics programs, quality residential and commuter services, and diverse and stimulating campus activities including over 40 university-sponsored student clubs and organizations, the real transformational power of AU is in its strong academic programs. Whet…
Austin College Austin College
Learning. Leadership. Lasting Values. These are just a few terms that describe the experiences that are embraced and inspire the people who gravitate toward Austin College. Austin College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts institution affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA). The College’s 70-acre campus is located in Sherman, Texas, north of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, one of …
Austin Peay State University Austin Peay State University
Austin Peay State University is a comprehensive university committed to raising the educational attainment of the citizenry, developing programs and services that address regional needs, and providing collaborative opportunities that connect university expertise with private and public resources. Collectively, these endeavors contribute significantly to the intellectual, economic, social, physica…
Averett University Averett University
Averett was chartered in 1859 under the name of Union Female College. For almost 150 years it has operated continuously, though undergoing several name changes. In 1910, the college became affiliated with the Baptist General Association of Virginia. The name Averett was given to the college by the Board of Trustees in 1917. It was also in 1917 that the college received, from the Virginia State Boa…
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…
Azusa Pacific University Azusa Pacific University
The origins of Azusa Pacific University reside in 1899, when a group of spiritual leaders from various denominations met in Whittier, California, and established a Bible college geared to training students for service and missionary endeavors. This was the first Bible college founded on the West Coast. The initial class of students met on March 3, 1900, with Mary A. Hill serving as the earliest pr…

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