The college was founded in 1855. William Paterson University serve approximately 10,000 students. At William Paterson University, students graduate with the confidence backed by tried and true knowledge that goals that they set are within their reach.
West Hills College Lemoore understands that their students are not typical college student, whether they are switching careers or working while in school, and provide the resources and flexibility to accomplish whatever they set their goals toward.
West Hills College Coalinga is part of the West Hills Community College District. It is a designated Hispanic Serving Institution. The college has around 3,000 students enrolled.
Founded in 1966, Waubonsee Community College is preparing learners for success in the 21st century by raising student achievement through academic quality and technological innovation. We focus on personal, experiential learning to help students adapt to the changing needs of business, industry and society. Our
Ventura College is one of the colleges within the Ventura County Community College District, and designated as a Hispanic Serving Institution. Today, Ventura College has a population of 14,500 students.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching selected UHCL as one of 119 U.S. colleges and universities for its 2008 Community Engagement Classification. UHCL is also a five-time recipient of the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college
University of California, Santa Barbara is part of the University of California (UC) system, as well as a Hispanic Serving Institution. It opened in 1921, and serves over 24,000 students.
Tarrant County College District with ten different centers and campuses across the county. They are a Hispanic Serving Institution, and one of the largest higher education institutions in the U.S.
University of Texas at San Antonio was established in 1969 and is a Hispanic Serving Institution. Multiple colleges within the university have gained recognition within its area of discipline.
University of New Mexico has five campuses across New Mexico. The earliest campus was established in 1889 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The school serves over 24,000 students, with outstanding faculty.