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Green Mountain College Photo - Rock Climbing with the Adventure Education Department
Nebraska Wesleyan University Photo - NWU Theatre
Bennett College for Women Photo - Bennett Belle's enjoying their Campus Life.
Unity College Photo - Visit a bear den during wildlife class.
Covenant College Photo
Eckerd College Photo
Cornell College Photo - Located in the town of Mount Vernon, the entire campus of Cornell College is listed on the National Historic Registrar.
Western State Colorado University Photo - Schedule your campus visit at western.edu/visit.
Sterling College Photo - The Sterling College Theatre Department puts on 6-8 shows a year, including a full-length musical, classical piece, student directed shows and one act plays. This picture is from the 2008 production of Rumors, by Neil Simon.
Sweet Briar College Photo - SBC's average class size is 12 students with one of the lowest faculty to student ratios in the nation of 9:1. A day does not go by that you do not have one-on-one conversation with your teachers.
Saint Anselm College
Brewton-Parker College Photo - This past summer, we added paddle boats to the lake front for students to enjoy.
Central College Photo - Newly renovated Vermeer Science Center is home to the natural sciences and computer sciences where students learn through hands-on research with faculty.
Shorter University Photo - Seniors celebrating the official start of their last year at the college's annual Convocation ceremony
Drew University Photo - Mead Hall
Carleton College
University of Puerto Rico at Cayey Photo - Solar clock in Agustin Stahl Plaza
Southwest Minnesota State University Photo - Students show their mustang pride during a home football game in our new Regional Event Center.
Albertus Magnus College Photo - AMC Study Sessions!
Colby-Sawyer College Photo - Colgate Hall

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