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Alma College is a private, liberal arts college located in Alma, Michigan, United States. The enrollment is approximately 1,400 students, and the college is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. The college's 13th President, Dr. Jeff Abernathy, assumed leadership in June 2010.
- also known as Alma College, main campus
- part of Alma, United States of America, Michigan
- official website: www.alma.edu
Alma College was a girls' private school in St. Thomas, Ontario in Canada. Built in 1878, the school was in operation between 1881 and 1988. The college closed in 1988 in part due to a teacher's strike. Primary school and music classes were still taught on campus until 1994. Following its closure the school building was used as a set for several movie productions; Silent Hill, its image is included in the 2009 film Orphan and the made for TV movie, Mr. Headmistress. The building was destroyed by a fire on May 28, 2008.
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by Rick Gillman
Alma College is a selective, residential, liberal arts college located in Alma, Michigan, devoted exclusively to the education of undergraduate students. The College enrolls about 1,200 students primarily from Michigan and also from 20 states ...
Students on Campus Tell You What You Really Want to Know, 30th Edition by Yale Daily News, Yale Daily News Staff
Cheers Alma College is a small college in a small town, and students report that they know almost everyone. The students have nicknamed the school Cheers, " because everyone knows everyone's name." Students even said that they have ...
A Guide by Modoc Press
Institution Description: Alma College is a private, independent, nonprofit college associated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It was established in 1886. Almas's Teacher Education Program is designed to help students become skillful, ...
Colleges in the Midwest (2009)
Alma College is a coed, private, Presbyterian , four-year college, founded in 1886, offering degrees at the bachelor's level. It has a 125-acre campus ...
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The Encyclopedia Americana (1903)
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The other colleges include Adrian College at Adrian, Albion College at Albion, Alma College at Alma, Hillsdale College at Hillsdale, Hope College at Holland, Kalamazoo College at Kalamazoo, and Olivet College at Olivet. These are all ...
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Alma College in the fall. View from 3rd floor SAC.
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- Alma College Commencement
Senator Stabenow receives an honorary Doctorate of Laws from Alma College before delivering the keynote speech at commencement.
This photograph is provided by the Office of U.S. Senator Debbie Stabenow.
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