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  2. Frostburg State University - Wikipedia

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    Frostburg State University (FSU) is a public university in Frostburg, Maryland. The university is the only four-year institution of the University System of Maryland west of the Baltimore-Washington passageway in the state's Appalachian highlands.

  3. Frostburg, Maryland - Wikipedia

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    Frostburg State University was founded in 1898. Beginning as a university for teachers, Frostburg became a liberal arts school in 1960. Today, Frostburg State University has 4,755 undergraduate students, 630 graduates, and an 18:1 student faculty ratio. Notable people

  4. University of Maryland Eastern Shore - Wikipedia

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    The UMES women's bowling team won the NCAA Bowling Championship in 2012 in Ohio against Fairleigh Dickinson University and in 2008 in Omaha, Nebraska against Arkansas State University. They won the series 4-2 (in a best of 7 match). The team was led by All-Tournament players Jessica Worsley (who was named the tournament MVP) and Maria Rodriguez.

  5. Mountain East Conference - Wikipedia

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    On July 5, the Mountain East Conference announced that Frostburg State University had accepted an offer of membership beginning with the 2019–20 academic year, contingent upon Frostburg State achieving active membership status in NCAA Division II (which would occur on the announced schedule).

  6. List of college athletic programs in Maryland - Wikipedia

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    Following the normal standard of U.S. sports media, the terms "University" and "College" are ignored in alphabetization, unless necessary to distinguish schools (such as Boston College and Boston University) or are actually used by the media in normally describing the school (formerly the case for the College of Charleston, but media now use ...

  7. University of North Carolina at Pembroke - Wikipedia

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    Between 1939 and 1953, Pembroke State was the only state-supported four-year college for Indians in the United States. In 1969 the college became Pembroke State University, a regional university that was incorporated into the University of North Carolina system in 1972. The first master's degree program was implemented in 1978.

  8. University of Baltimore - Wikipedia

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    The University of Baltimore/Mt. Royal station on the Baltimore Light Rail system is on the northwest edge of campus. The State Center station on the Baltimore Metro system is just a few blocks from campus. UB runs shuttle bus service between its academic buildings, parking garages, and the nearby public transportation/local transit stops.

  9. List of NCAA Division II institutions - Wikipedia

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    There are currently 302 American, Canadian, and Puerto Rican colleges and universities classified as Division II for NCAA competition. During the 2021–22 academic year, seven schools are in the process of reclassifying to Division II.