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University of Mary Washington Distance Learning

Founded in 1908, the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia stands as one of the oldest universities in northern Virginia. Originally established as the State Normal and Industrial School for Women, it was eventually named after the first First

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University of Maine Distance Learning

The University of Maine in Orono was founded in 1865 and opened its meager doors 3 years later to a 12 student first class. No longer a little agricultural/mechanical school, UMaine stands today as the “state’s premier public university”, both

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University of Louisville Distance Learning

In 1798, the Jefferson Seminary began to take shape in Kentucky, becoming the University of Louisville proper by the late 1800s and standing today as a “pre-eminent metropolitan research university” for both undergrad and graduate students. Growing to take up

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University of Lousiana (Monroe) Distance Learning

Opened in 1931 as the Ouachita Parish Junior College, the present-day University of Louisiana at Monroe takes up a picturesque 238 acre tract of Bayou DeSiard adjacent northeast Louisiana. Today it brings in students from 44 states and 51 countries

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University of Louisiana (Lafayette) Distance Learning

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette was founded as an industrial school in 1898, growing since to become the largest campus in the UL system (around 1400 acres) and the second largest university in the entire state. More than just

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University of Kentucky Distance Learning

Today standing as the largest university in the state (by enrollment, with a student body of 27000+), the University of Kentucky has been located in Lexington since 1865, when it was opened as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Kentucky.

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University of Dubuque Distance Learning

Created in 1852 to begin training ministers, in German, to address the spiritual needs of the newly settled Iowa area, the University of Dubuque was initially two students taught out of the home of a Presbyterian minister’s home. Though still

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University of Detroit Mercy Distance Learning

The University of Detroit Mercy was created as a Jesuit college in 1877 (then called Detroit College), before it was combined with Mercy College of Detroit in 1990 to become as it is today. Changing its name to UD Mercy

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