Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities

The Association of Presbyterian Colleges and Universities is a private, not-for-profit organization of colleges and universities associated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), a Mainline Protestant Christian religious denomination.

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Association Of Presbyterian Colleges And Universities - Member Schools
... Agnes Scott College (Decatur, Georgia) Alma College (Alma, Michigan) Arcadia University (Glenside, Pennsylvania) Austin College (Sherman, Texas) Barber–Scotia College (Conco ... Smith University (Charlotte, North Carolina) King College (Bristol, Tennessee) Knoxville College (Knoxville, Tennessee) Lake Forest College (Lake Forest, Illinois) Lees–McRae College (Banner Elk, North Carolina ... Andrews Presbyterian College (Laurinburg, North Carolina) Sterling College (Sterling, Kansas) Stillman College (Tuscaloosa, Alabama) Trinity University (San Antonio, Texas) Tusculum College (Greeneville ...

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