Public Universities with more than 10,000 students

No. 1: University of Central Missouri

UCM is proud to offer in-state tuition for all active duty and military veterans and a Military Tuition Package for those students utilizing TA or a VA educational benefit.

Military and Veteran Services staff provides exemplary service to service members, veterans and dependents. The Military and Veterans Success Center is a 1,500 square foot facility providing individual and group study areas, computer lab with CAC readers and printing and fax services.

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Public Universities with less than 10,000 students

No. 1: University of North Alabama

The University of North Alabama, Alabama’s oldest four-year public university, offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in more than 140 concentrations including: business administration, computer science/CIS, criminal justice, earth systems sustainability, education, nursing, and social work/social science, as well as many others.

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Private Institutions with more than 10,000 students

No. 1: Regent University

Regent University is one of the nation’s leading academic centers for Christian thought and action, with associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees available worldwide.

We offer affordable, high-quality degree programs, but what sets Regent apart is our mission to prepare men and women to excel both in mind and spirit. Our students, faculty and administrators share a calling, founded on biblical principles, to make a significant difference in our world.

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Private Institutions with less than 10,000 students

No. 1: The College of Saint Rose

The College of Saint Rose is a private Liberal Arts College offering both 70 different degree programs at the Undergraduate and Graduate level. Located in Albany, NY, the State Capital, the surrounding area supports the college_s requirements for internships or student-teaching/clinical experiences. The student to professor ratio is 14 to 1.

Additionally, the college has 26 sports programs for both men and woman. Several of which compete at the NCAA Division II level. The college also boasts that ninety eight percent of its students receive financial aid. Additionally, the college accepts a wide array of transfer credits form other institutions.

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Non-Traditional Institutions

No. 1: MedCerts

Our online video training programs not only prepare you for a rewarding career, they validate your knowledge through national and international industry certification.

Our certified instructors deliver comprehensive video based training, allowing each student the ability to move through the training at their own pace, at the training center, at work, or at home. There is no more waiting for a course to be scheduled in the classroom. With MedCerts programs, you can start your training today.

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Graduate Schools

No. 1: University of California Davis, Graduate School of Management

At the Graduate School of Management, you’ll find a vibrant, close-knit community where each student matters. Our career development team will work with you to pinpoint industries and companies where you want to work, and we will promote you directly to those employers.

It’s almost like having your own talent broker. We have built strong, enduring relationships with a broad network of top corporations that know the quality of UC Davis MBAs. Each year we expand this group with new partnerships that reflect the emerging interests and talents of our students, as well as hot new companies and industries.

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Community Colleges

No. 1: Savannah Technical College

Savannah Technical College (STC) has been meeting the needs of its community for more than 80 years and is a leading provider of market-driven, quality technical and adult education.

Building on a tradition of partnership, pride and service, the college serves nearly 10,000 students and offers more than 150 certificate, diploma and associate degree programs in the areas of Aviation Technology, Industrial Technology, Business and Technology, Public Service and Health Science.

Working closely with its business partners, STC programs are designed to meet the changing needs of the regional economy and sustain the workforce of the future.

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Tier One Research Institutions

No. 1: The University of New Mexico – Main Campus

The University of New Mexico (UNM) is the state’s flagship research institution.

UNM research brings millions of dollars into New Mexico’s economy, funds new advancements in healthcare, and augments teaching – giving student’s valuable hands-on training in state-of-the art laboratories. Offering more than 210 degree and certificate programs, UNM has 94 bachelor’s degrees, 76 master’s degree and 45 doctoral programs.

Through the Evening and Weekend Degree program, nearly 40 degree programs are available with approximately 1,000 classes offered each semester after 4:00pm and on weekends. Approximately 12,000 non-traditional working students attend night classes at UNM every semester.

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Private Vocational Institutions

No. 1: Community Business College

Community Business College is a vocational educational institution located in Modesto, California.

We have been providing postsecondary education to students for 18 years. Front Office training programs in the bookkeeping and medical fields, property management and California real estate, Solar Technician, international language training and HVAC technician training. The school has MyCAA and veterans scholarship programs.

The school maintains an A+ rating accreditation from the NeCal Better Business Bureau and is a recipient of the Better Business Bureau Torch Award for Marketplace Ethics and the State of California’s WRAP award for waste reduction and recycling and CoolCalifornia award.

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Online

No. 1: Amridge University

Founded in 1967, Amridge University is an independent, coeducational institution dedicated to the spirit of its ideals and Christian heritage.

Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, Amridge University grants associate, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees, all available via a distance learning format. Undergraduate degrees are awarded in Biblical studies, business administration, human development, human resource management, liberal studies, management communication, and criminal justice.

Graduate degrees are awarded in counseling/family therapy, organizational leadership, and religious studies. Doctoral degrees include Doctor of Ministry and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.

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