Parks, Recreation, Leisure, Fitness, and Kinesiology, Other.

Any instructional program in parks, recreation, leisure, fitness, and kinesiology not listed above.

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Colleges

University of North Alabama

Founded in 1830, the University of North Alabama is a public institution of higher learning based in Florence, AL. UNA is home to an outdoor Memorial Amphitheater and the only 4-year culinary program in the state. Popular majors include nursing...

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UNA is a great school with high-standard academics and a close-knit student community. The campus and Florence area is beautiful place to live, and the area offers loads of entertainment.

” – potentially_smart from Florence, AL
Ouachita Baptist University

Ouachita Baptist University is a private, Christian, liberal arts college established in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. OBU students are required to complete two classes in religion and seven credits of chapel throughout their academic career in order to...

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The professors at Ouachita are incredible. They are brilliant in their subjects and have a passion for teaching!

” – Tiffani from The Colony, TX

Pikes Peak Community College is a public 2-year institution with an open admissions policy. Pikes Peak operates multiple full-service and military satellite campuses throughout Colorado and partners with 4-year institutions across the nation for...

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The academic programs are great and the teachers really inspire student to absorb what they are teaching.

” – Whitney from Woodland Park, CO
Holy Names University

Founded in 1868 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, Holy Names University is a 4-year Catholic school in Oakland. Holy Names grants undergraduate degrees in 15 academic programs. As a Catholic university, Holy Names celebrates mass on...

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Holy Names University is a great school! The campus is very community oriented, and it's small size allows for a student to know everyone. I enjoy everything down to the small class sizes.

” – Christi from Oakland, CA