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Snow College

Snow College is a public institution located in rural Ephraim, Utah. Snow is a community college that offers a variety of associate degrees and professional certifications as well as a Bachelor of Arts degree in Commercial Music and a Bachelor of...

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Snow College is a great quality school! If you're looking for a small, intimate school that still gives you a highly academic classroom setting, then Snow is definitely the place for you. The teachers can get to know you as a person, the...

” – Natalie from Ephraim, UT
Spring Arbor University

Spring Arbor University is a private, Christ-centered institution located in Michigan. SAU offers over 70 programs of study, including electrical engineering, nursing and sports management. At SAU, spiritual growth goes hand in hand with academic...

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The liberal arts emphasis allows you to really get a thorough knowledge of many different subjects. The professors relate the classes that are not in your major to life in general, so that you at least take one thing away from the class at the end...

” – Marcia from Dorr, MI
Moody Bible Institute

The Moody Bible Institute is a school of higher education that was founded in 1886. Moody Bible focuses on Christian education including, but not limited to, biblical studies, divinity, and theology. Moody Bible has various spiritual enrichment...

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Moody Bible Institute is excited about the Bible. The professors care about you and want to help you to learn, and grow in your relationship with God. Every time I visit MBI I feel at home and know that God is at work through the students and staff.

” – Elisabeth from Prophetstown, IL
Gordon College

Gordon College is a nondenominational Christian liberal arts college in Wenham, Massachusetts. Gordon offers undergraduate degrees in 30 academic majors as well as the new Center for Career and Connection Institute to help students create life plans...

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My first semester has been a huge learning experience for me. My professors care about me, and want to know how I am doing outside of school. I have learned a lot this semester, both academically and about myself.

” – Jonathan from Adams, MA