Articles in “Southeast States”


University of Mississippi boasts alumni such as Archie and Eli Manning

Students who wish to pursue careers in professional football may want to consider enrolling at the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss).   Read More…

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Mississippi State University boasts award-winning landscape architecture program

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, a bachelor’s or master’s degree in landscape architecture is usually necessary for entry into the profession.  Read More…

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Transylvania University hosts knitting trends art exhibit

Transylvania University in Kentucky offers students an opportunity to explore current trends through their interest of study.   Read More…

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Point University offers football team program

Sports and education are a large part of college life for many prospective students.  Read More…

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Dillard University boasts notable alumni and STEM department

Dillard University has a long history that dates back to the Civil War.   Read More…

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Augusta State University offers opportunities to business students

Individuals who are interested in the rich history of Georgia as well as of that of the Southeastern portion of the U.S. may wish to attend Augusta State University.  Read More…

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Catawba College offers education opportunities for future teachers

Prospective students who want to break into the teaching profession may wish to explore options offered at Catawba College.  Read More…

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University of Charleston offers rare pharmacy program

Individuals looking to enter the pharmaceutical field may wish to enroll into the University of Charleston.  Read More…

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Berry College may be right for outdoorsy people

Students who love the outdoors and wish to pursue a degree in business may want to explore options at Berry College.  Read More…

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Georgia Institute of Technology is home to many famous Americans

Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) is home to many prominent historical figures and researchers throughout American history.  Read More…

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