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  2. Frostburg State University - Wikipedia

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    Established in January 2005, the University System of Maryland at Hagerstown (USM-H) is a regional higher-education system center located in downtown Hagerstown, Maryland. The center offers upper-level undergraduate classes, as well as master's-level programs. Frostburg State University is one of five universities offering courses at the center.

  3. Salisbury University - Wikipedia

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    Salisbury University is a public university in Salisbury on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, US. Founded in 1925, Salisbury is a member of the University System of Maryland, with a fall 2016 enrollment of 8,748.

  4. West Virginia State University - Wikipedia

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    West Virginia State University ( WVSU) is a public historically black, land-grant university in Institute, West Virginia. Founded in 1891 as the West Virginia Colored Institute, it is one of the original 19 land-grant colleges and universities established by the second Morrill Act of 1890, which evolved as a diverse and inclusive campus.

  5. Hood College - Wikipedia

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    Hood College is a private college in Frederick, Maryland. In fall 2018, Hood enrolled 2,052 students (1,092 undergraduate students; 960 graduate students). Thirty-eight percent of students are either members of under-represented racial or ethnic populations or from foreign countries.

  6. West Virginia Wesleyan College - Wikipedia

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    wvwc.edu. Private college in Buckhannon, West Virginia. West Virginia Wesleyan College is a private college in Buckhannon, West Virginia. It has an enrollment of about 1,400 students from 35 U.S. states and 26 countries. The school was founded in 1890 by the West Virginia Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church and is currently affiliated ...

  7. St. Thomas Aquinas College - Wikipedia

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    St. Thomas Aquinas College ( STAC) is a private college in Sparkill, New York. The college is named after the medieval philosopher and theologian Thomas Aquinas. It was founded by the Dominican Sisters of Sparkill, whose headquarters are in the town. The college offers 35 majors across three schools: Arts and Sciences, Business, and Education.

  8. Chesapeake College - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Chesapeake College is the first regional community college on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It is a two-year college that provides Associate degrees, certificates and other programs.