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Westmar College
Coordinates: 42°46′47″N 96°09′46″W / 42.779632°N 96.162763°W / 42.779632; -96.162763This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (November 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)Postcard picture of Western Union College, mailed in 1922 Westmar University
Westmar University
was a private four-year liberal arts college in Le Mars, Iowa, U.S. It permanently closed on November 21, 1997. Westmar University
Westmar University
was founded in 1887 as the Northwestern Normal School and Business College by Jacob Wernli, the Plymouth County Superintendent of Schools. Wernli severed his association with the school in 1891
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Leander Clark College
Leander Clark College, originally named Western College, was a college in Iowa, United States. It operated from 1857 to 1919, when it was absorbed into Coe College.Contents1 History 2 Student body 3 Sports 4 Notable alumni 5 See also 6 References 7 Further readingHistory[edit] Western College
College
was established in 1857 by the United Brethren in Christ at a location north of Shueyville in Linn County, Iowa. It was named "Western" because it was the denomination's first college west of the Mississippi River
Mississippi River
[1] In 1881, the college, which was facing financial difficulties, moved to Toledo because of a pledge of $20,000 in financial support from that community's residents.[1] Enrollment grew rapidly in Toledo, whose residents' religious values were more compatible with the college's values than had been the case in Linn County
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House Of Assembly Of Dominica
Governing party     Dominica Labour Party
Dominica Labour Party
(15)      Government Senators (5)Opposition party     United Workers' Party (Dominica) (6)      Opposition Senators (4)Other members     Attorney General (ex-officio) (1)Meeting placeRoseauWebsitewww.dominica.gov.dmDominicaThis article is part of a series on the politics and government of DominicaExecutivePresidentCharles SavarinPrime Minister (list)Roosevelt SkerritCabinetLegislativeHouse of AssemblySpeaker: Alix Boyd Knights Leader of the OppositionHector JohnElectionsRecent electionsGeneral: 2000 2005 2009 2014Political partiesAdministrative divisions (parishes)Foreign relationsOther countries Atlasv t eThe House of Assembly is the legislature of Dominica
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AIB College Of Business
Coordinates: 41°33′45″N 93°38′44″W / 41.56238°N 93.645424°W / 41.56238; -93.645424AIB College of BusinessMotto "Ethical, productive, and engaged citizens."Type Not-for-profit Private UniversityActive 1921–2016Location Des Moines, Iowa, USACampus UrbanColors Blue, Red, White               Nickname EaglesAffiliations University of IowaMascot E.O. the EagleWebsite aibcollegedsm.comCampus viewAIB College of Business was an accredited, independent, nonprofit, baccalaureate college of business located in Des Moines, Iowa, in the United States. The college closed on June 30, 2016, after 95 years and gifted its property to the State of Iowa, Board of Regents. The campus is now operated by the University of Iowa and has been named the Iowa Center of Higher Education
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Algona College
Coordinates: 43°04′N 94°14′W / 43.07°N 94.23°W / 43.07; -94.23 Algona College an American institution of higher education operated in the city of Algona, in Kossuth County, Iowa, between 1869 and 1875. History[edit] The college was associated with the Methodist Episcopal Church. Its president from 1871 to 1875 was the classicist Orlando Harrison Baker.[1] Iowa
Iowa
historian Harvey Ingham wrote a history of the college in 1925[2] and reported that the college closed due to financial difficulties resulting from a plague of locusts. Apparently families in the region could not continue to support the college when their crops were insufficient to support their own families
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Ashford University
Coordinates: 41°51′04″N 90°11′53″W / 41.851°N 90.198°W / 41.851; -90.198Ashford UniversityAU logoType For-profit (NYSE: BPI)Established 1918Parent institutionBridgepoint EducationPresident Craig D
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Charles City College
Coordinates: 43°04′N 92°40′W / 43.07°N 92.67°W / 43.07; -92.67 Charles City College
College
was a private liberal arts college that operated from 1967 to 1968 in Charles City, Iowa. It was one of several Midwestern colleges established by local civic leaders with the support and encouragement of Parsons College
College
in Fairfield, Iowa. These Parsons "satellite schools" were by-products of the strong growth and apparent success of Parsons during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and all followed the "Parsons Plan" academic model developed at that school
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Des Moines University (1865–1929)
Des Moines University (1865–1889) Des Moines College (1889–1918)Type Not-for-profit Private UniversityActive 1865–1929Location Des Moines, Iowa, USACampus UrbanDes Moines University was an American college in operation from 1865 to 1929 and located in Des Moines, Iowa. History[edit] The college was established in by members of the Baptist Church.[1] It was originally located in an abandoned Lutheran college building at 15th and Pleasant near downtown Des Moines. It moved to College Avenue at 9th in 1884.[2] In 1889, the school was renamed Des Moines College to better reflect its mission. In 1892, it was affiliated with the University of Chicago. The college offered the bachelor's degree in arts, science, and philosophy. It had in 1902 an enrollment of some 320, including students in the musical and preparatory departments
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Highland Park College
Highland Park College was a college located in Des Moines, Iowa.[1] History[edit] Founded by a local business syndicate,[2] Highland Park opened its doors in 1890.[3] At the time, Highland Park was an emerging northern suburb of the capital city. Enrollment climbed in its early years before a dip following the Panic of 1893; enrollment later stabilized around 2,000 students. In 1911, the previously independent college was sold to the Presbyterian Church. In 1918, the college merged with Des Moines College and Central University of Iowa
Iowa
to form a new Des Moines University on the Highland Park campus
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Lenox College
Coordinates: 42°20′42″N 91°14′35″W / 42.345°N 91.243°W / 42.345; -91.243Stained glass in the museum churchMore stained glass in the museum churchLenox Collegiate Civil War MonumentLenox College
College
was a college in Hopkinton, Iowa
Hopkinton, Iowa
that operated from 1859 until its closure in 1944. The institution was initially known as Bowen Collegiate Institute. The name was changed to Lenox Collegiate Institute in October 1864 and to Lenox College
College
in 1884.Contents1 History 2 Presidents 3 Notable alumni 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The school was affiliated with the Presbyterian Church
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Liberal Arts College
A liberal arts college is a college with an emphasis on undergraduate study in the liberal arts and sciences. A liberal arts college aims to impart a broad general knowledge and develop general intellectual capacities, in contrast to a professional, vocational, or technical curriculum.[1] Students in a liberal arts college generally major in a particular discipline while receiving exposure to a wide range of academic subjects, including sciences as well as the traditional humanities subjects taught as liberal arts
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Marycrest International University
Marycrest College Historic District
Marycrest College Historic District
is located on a bluff overlooking the West End of Davenport, Iowa, United States. The district encompasses the campus of Marycrest International University, which was a small, private collegiate institution. The school was originally named Marycrest College, became Teikyo Marycrest University and finally Marycrest International University after affiliating with a private educational consortium during the 1990s. The school closed in 2002 because of financial shortcomings. The campus has been listed on the Davenport Register of Historic Properties
Davenport Register of Historic Properties
and on the National Register of Historic Places since 2004.Contents1 History 2 Campus 3 Buildings3.1 Residence Halls 3.2 Mixed-Use Halls 3.3 Single-Use Buildings4 Notable alumni 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit]Sr. Mary Helene ven Horst, CHM and students c
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Midwestern College
Coordinates: 42°01′01″N 95°19′37″W / 42.017°N 95.327°W / 42.017; -95.327Midwestern CollegeMotto We kindle the light of knowledgeType Private Liberal Arts CollegeEstablished 1965Location Denison, Iowa, United StatesCampus UrbanNickname PackersMidwestern College
College
was a private liberal arts college that operated from 1965 to 1970 in Denison, Iowa. Midwestern was one of several colleges in the upper Midwest established by local civic leaders with the support and encouragement of Parsons College
College
in Fairfield, Iowa. These Parsons "satellite schools" were by-products of the strong growth and apparent success of Parsons during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and all followed the "Parsons Plan" academic model developed at that school
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Ottumwa Heights College
Coordinates: 41°02′42″N 92°23′38″W / 41.045°N 92.394°W / 41.045; -92.394 Ottumwa Heights College began as a liberal arts women's college based in Ottumwa, Iowa. It became coed in 1967. The school was affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church
Roman Catholic Church
and was operated by the Sisters of Humility of Mary. Although the student body of the college was originally mostly Roman Catholic by the end of its existence a majority of its students were Protestant. The institution was founded in 1864 as the Visitation Academy. In 1925, it was renamed the St. Joseph Academy. It received its first collegiate accreditation in 1928 and became known as the Saint Joseph Junior College, taking its final name Ottumwa Heights College in 1930. In 1936 St. Joseph School of Nursing became affiliated with Ottumwa Heights College. In 1957 the facility was destroyed in a fire and was rebuilt over the next 4 years
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Parsons College
Parsons College
Parsons College
was a private liberal arts college located in Fairfield, Iowa. The school was named for its wealthy benefactor, Lewis B. Parsons Sr., and was founded in 1875 with one building and 34 students. Over the years new buildings were constructed as enrollment expanded. The school lost its accreditation in 1948 but regained it two years later. In 1955 the school appointed Millard G. Roberts as its president and this began a period of rapid expansion with the student population rising as high as 5,000 by 1966. There was a turning point, however, in 1966 when Life magazine published an article criticizing the college and its president. Later that year the school lost its accreditation and Roberts was asked to resign as president
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