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... In the United States of America, high school students apply to four-year liberal arts colleges and universities, which include both undergraduate or graduate students ... Others attend community colleges, who almost always admit all students with high school diplomas, in preparation for transfer to a four year university ... Non-traditional students are usually students over the age of 22 who pursue studies in higher education ...
... Applicants applying as high school seniors and transfer students apply for the school's Undergraduate Masters programs ... To be admitted students must first apply and be accepted by FIU, and must then apply to the School of Architecture separately by submitting their application, résumé, portfolio, and transcripts ... Applicants applying as graduate students apply to the FIU Graduate School as well as the School of Architecture ...
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“I would wish that the women of our country could embrace ... [the responsibilities] of citizenship as peculiarly their own. If they could apply their higher sense of service and responsibility, their freshness of enthusiasm, their capacity for organization to this problem, it would become, as it should become, an issue of profound patriotism. The whole plane of political life would be lifted.”
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