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  • Abilene Christian University

    Abilene Christian University is located in Abilene, Texas. The institution was founded in 1906 as Childers Classical Institute. It officially became known as Abilene Christian College in 1920 and achieved university status in 1976. As of Fall 2012, Abilene Christian…

  • University of North Dakota

    The University of North Dakota is the oldest and largest university in North Dakota and has more than 100,000 alumni, including some well-renowned individuals. It is a highly recognized school for the medical, law, and aviation fields and has over…

  • Arizona State University (ASU Online)

    Arizona State University, which has a physical location in Tempe, Arizona, is one of the largest universities in the United States, with an enrollment of approximately 70,000. It is a public research university that was established in 1885, and it…

  • Rio Salado Community College

    Rio Salado College started in 1978 when Maricopa County, Arizona, created 10 community colleges. Maricopa County realized that there was a need for workforce training and accessible education for non-traditional students in their county. Rio Salado offered remote classrooms in…

  • Excelsior College

    Excelsior College, based in Albany, N.Y., was founded in 1971 by the New York State Board of Regents as Regents College. It was one of the first non-traditional colleges in the country offering distance learning degree programs, and was designed…

  • Western Governors University

    Western Governors University is an online university featuring quality competency-based programs and a student-centered focus. Founded by the governors of 19 U.S. states, the university is a very convenient and cost-effective choice for reaching your educational goals. It currently has…

  • University of San Francisco

    Situated on a hilltop over Golden Gate Park, the University of San Francisco offers views of both the bustling downtown area and the picturesque Pacific Ocean. The school is a private, Catholic Jesuit institution that admits students from all backgrounds.…

  • University of Illinois at Chicago

    University of Illinois merged two of its Chicago campuses in 1992. The resulting University of Chicago at Illinois (UIC) is recognized as one the country‚Äôs top 50 research universities and a top public university in Illinois. North Central Association of…

  • University of Maryland University College

    University of Maryland University College was founded in 1947. The University System of Maryland has 11 accredited degree-granting institutions. The University of Maryland University College is one of them and it's regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher…

  • University of Scranton

    Initially known as St. Thomas College, the University of Scranton is named after the city in northeastern Pennsylvania where it is located. It is a private co-educational Jesuit and Catholic university that was founded in 1888 by the first Bishop…

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