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Frostburg State University Distance Learning

Frostburg State University is a four year school located in Frostburg, Maryland. It is a part of the University system of Maryland, and was founded in 1898. It went through several name changes until 1987, where it became known as

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University of North Carolina (Asheville) Distance Learning

The ONLY dedicated liberal arts institution in the University of North Carolina system, UNC Asheville has been in operation since 1927, when the first 86 students were admitted for junior college education. Today it stands as one of the research

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Union College Distance Learning

Founded in 1795 as the first planned campus in the United States, Union College in Schenectady, NY also stands as the first college chartered by the New York Board of Regents. A piece of American history, its creation after the

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Philadelphia Biblical University Distance Learning

If you like the colors crimson, black and white, PBU is the university for you.  Philadelphia Biblical University is also for you if you’re interested in getting a Bachelor’s of Science in Bible.  Every undergraduate student graduates with this degree,

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Holy Cross College (Notre Dame) Distance Learning

Holy Cross College is a private, coed, liberal arts school located just outside of South Bend, Indiana in what is technically known as Notre Dame on grounds adjacent to Notre Dame University and Saint Mary’s College. Founded in 1966 in

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Hood College Distance Learning

Hood College, located in Frederick, Maryland, was established in 1893, when the Mercersburg College in nearby Pennsylvania disbanded, becoming a strictly male academy with the women’s school relocating below the Mason-Dixon (both schools were chartered by what would become the

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Hope College Distance Learning

Hope College in Holland, Michigan has been operating since 1851, when Dutch immigrants opened the Pioneer School. Backed by the Reformed Church of America, it was established just four years after the area itself was settled to offer the community’s

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Canisius College Distance Learning

Canisius College, located in Buffalo, NY, was founded in 1870 by Jesuits from Germany, and is named after Saint Peter Canisius. It is a private Roman Catholic College, and one of twenty-eight educational institutions that are part of the Association

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