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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 Colorado-Boulder Distance Learning

Established in 1876, the same year Colorado became a state, the University of Colorado at Boulder stands as the flagship school in the Colorado University system and the only Rocky Mountain member of the 34 member Association of American Universities.

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The University of Arizona Distance Learning

“It was a bold move in 1885 to start a university in the middle of the desert”, but that’s exactly what the University of Arizona did. The very first institution of higher learning to be erected in Arizona (Tucson to

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University of Alaska (Fairbanks) Distance Learning

The University of Alaska Fairbanks exists as the ”northernmost land, sea, and space grant institution”, one of the only triple crown institutes in the country (meaning they get money for land, sea, and space programs of research). The “crown jewel”

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