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Kristin visiting Buckingham Palace during her study abroad experience
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Kristin visiting Buckingham Palace during her study abroad experience
Beginning with the 2008-2009 academic year, Chatham University adds Water Polo to the list of competitive water sports offered.
Saint Anselm College
Bennington is grounded in the conviction that as a college education develops students’ professional capacities, it should also prepare them to be deeply thoughtful and actively engaged citizens of the world.
A recent addition to the Colby College Museum of Art made Colby's museum the largest in Maine. Opened in 2013, the new wing added increased studio space for art classes, a student lounge, and a state-of-the-art photography lab.
Originally opened in 1927, Dinand Library contains in excess of 600,000 volumes and 1,500 print subscriptions. The main reading room combines a comfortable scholarly setting with advanced technology, including wireless capability for laptop use and several public access computers. While offering ample space for quiet study and research, there are additional PCs stationed throughout Dinand along with 120 data-ports for network connectivity.
The KC Atrium
Thomas University’s commitment to its student’s extends beyond academics.  Thomas University offers a multitude of programs which make for a well-rounded collegiate experience including athletics, study abroad programs, internship opportunities, and social events throughout the school year.
Students show their mustang pride during a home football game in our new Regional Event Center.
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Students in Rome
Bethel College boasts numerous award-winning athletic teams and brand-new facilities for soccer, tennis, football, baseball and softball. In addition to its NAIA teams for baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, tennis, and track, Bethel offers intramural sports, an indoor swimming pool, and a new, state-of-the-art workout facility.
At St. John’s, you can experience both the lively waterfront city of Annapolis and the splendor of the Southwestern mountains in Santa Fe. The program of study is virtually the same on both campuses, enabling you to transfer to the other campus to experience college life in a different setting.

Once enrolled on either campus, you can apply for transfer to the alternate campus for the upcoming academic year. About 30% of students take advantage of the transfer option to spend a year or more on the other campus.
One of 13 MC buildings on the National Historic Landmark Registry.
One of the spring GANZA event activities at St. Andrews pits students in a race on one of the many inflatables brought to campus.


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