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Dodge City Community College

Dodge City Community College began in 1935 during the challenges of the Great Depression, focused on providing opportunities for higher education at an affordable price in an accessible location. It was, and still is, “the people’s college … available to all.” Today, DC3 is a

Woodland Community College

Woodland Community College is a Hispanic Serving Institution and was established in 1975. They aim to provide an open and inclusive learning environment for their students in order to promote success for all.

West Texas A&M University

West Texas A&M University is a Hispanic Serving Institution with about 10,000 students enrolled. The University’s primary responsibility is to provide a student-centered, learning community dedicated to educating tomorrow’s leaders through innovative academic and co-curricular undergraduate and graduate programs, with primary emphasis placed on undergraduate

The University of Arizona

Through partnership with NASA, University of Arizona prides itself on its STEM programs, which prepares its students for a limitless future. They are also thought leaders in business, with Business Administration being one of their most popular masters programs.

Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Texas A&M University-Kingsville is part of the Texas A&M school system, with an award winning engineering program. They were also considered one of the most affordable universities in Texas. It was founded in 1925, and serves approximately 8,000 students.

South Florida State College

SFSC is advancing the community and the lives of its residents through education each and every day, with an expanded, four campus reach, 400+ caring and engaged faculty and staff members and a thriving student body. When SFSC’s first classes began on August 21, 1966,