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This list includes notable graduates, non-graduate former students, and current students of Frostburg State University, a four-year state university located in Frostburg, Maryland that is part of the University System of Maryland . Contents 1 Academia and science 2 Arts and entertainment 3 Government, politics, and law 4 Literature and journalism
Auburn University at Montgomery. Jacksonville State University. Troy University. University of Alabama System. University of Alabama (Alabama) ( Tuscaloosa – flagship/main campus) University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) University of Montevallo.
The characteristics of each institution varies from small, intimate, liberal arts colleges such as Washington College and McDaniel College to large, public, research universities such as the University of Maryland, College Park. The oldest school in the state is St. John's College, formerly King William's School, founded in 1696, and the third ...
This is a list of Student radio stations operated by the students of a college, university or other educational institution. In the United States these radio stations are called College radio stations, sometimes Campus radio and in the United Kingdom they are called student radio stations.
List of Kappa Delta Rho chapters. Kappa Delta Rho has 85 chapters, including 35 active chapters (including those under reorganization) and 8 colonies (groups of intent and provisional chapters, depending on stage of colonization).
Delta Sigma Theta (ΔΣΘ), an international historically Black sorority, was founded on January 13, 1913, at Howard University, and began to expand its membership early on when it chartered Beta Chapter at Wilberforce University in 1914, Gamma Chapter at the University of Pennsylvania in 1918 and Delta Chapter at the University of Iowa in 1919.
Delta Kappa Delta Kappa Fraternity ( ΔΚ) was a national fraternity in the United States of America that existed from 1920 to 1964. Local chapters still exist in New York state. Contents 1 History 1.1 Founding and early growth 1.2 Loss of chapters 1.3 Independent New York chapters 1.4 Reorganization in Wisconsin 1.5 Merger 1.6 After the Merger
Wayne State University: June 9, 1941 1941–1978, 1981–1997 Inactive Gamma Pi 187 California State University-Fresno: January 24, 1942 1942–1983, 2008–present Active Gamma Rho 188 Northwestern State University: May 24, 1942 1942–present Active Gamma Sigma 189 Wichita State University: February 28, 1947