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Grand Forks, ND
Coeur d'Alene, ID
As the oldest continuously operating two-year public college in the state of Washington (founded in 1925), Centralia College has a rich heritage of...
The college mushroomed from an enrollment of fewer than 500 in 1946 to more than 27,000 students today. Likewise, the curriculum expanded to include...