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Jackson College:

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main campus at Medford, Mass.; coeducational; chartered 1852 by Universalists as a college for men. It became a university in 1955. Jackson College, formerly a coordinate undergraduate college for women, merged with the College of Liberal Arts in 1980.
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Madden (history, Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka) explores Alaska from its native cultures to the issue of the fate of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.
Born in Maury County, Tennessee (May 19, 1812), and educated at Jackson College before starting his career in journalism (1828); a journeyman printer in Knoxville, he was made state printer (1835), and gained military experience as a lieutenant during the Second Seminole War (1836-1838); returned to Tennessee and entered politics, becoming attorney general (1841), and served as state adjutant general and comptroller (1845-1849); served in the state senate (1849-1852) and then in Congress as a States' Rights Whig (March 1853-March 1859); a moderate southerner, he supported John Bell's Constitutional Union Party (1860) and attended the peace conference at Washington, D.C.
My mother did well on a competitive examination and won a scholarship to Jackson College, the women's affiliate of Tufts.
Between classes, students at Jackson College, a community college located in southern Michigan, tend to gravitate to the Jets Hangar.
Phelan, president of Jackson College in Jackson, Michigan, and an English Instructor at Walters State Community College, uses an extended metaphor of sailing to argue that community colleges have a crucial place in the future of academia, but rather than setting sail for the open sea, the administration, faculty, and staff need to set their new course because the winds are changing.
Enrollment: 13,157 IPEDS Graduation Rate: 39% Transfer-Out Rate: 16% JACKSON COLLEGE Jackson, Mich.
She graduated from Stoneham High School in 1933, from Jackson College of Tufts College in 1937, where she was an outstanding field hockey player.
When Sheldon Jackson College shut its doors permanently in 2007, people wondered what would happen to its centrally located, 20-acre core campus and its dozen or so historic buildings.
Starting out on a smaller scale, Jackson College in Michigan doubled its international student enrollment to 17 last fall and expects to double that again next school year.
Phelan, president of Jackson College (Mich.), voiced a common sentiment when he said he feared that the ratings system would morph into a U.S.
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