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Information about Seahawks varsity sports, including latest scores and headlines; campus recreation and intramural programs; and the Turner Sailing Center.

Official site of the Sea Gulls with statistics, rosters, scores, game schedules, and photographs.

College with a full range of degrees, certificates, continuing education, and distance learning. Located in Arnold, MD in Anne Arundel county.

Purchase textbooks, school supplies, and general merchandise.

A community-oriented two-year college. Programs include most degrees and truck driver training.

Offers a wide array of programs of study with academic programs being classified in two categories: Transfer and Career. Includes registration, location, continuing education courses, and location information.

Provides training to military physicians, nurses and educators. Includes description of programs, policies, staff and faculty, and student information.

Points of contact, activities, Shipmate, and services for Midshipmen and alumni.

Alumni chapter of the US Naval Academy for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered alumni.

Supports alumni in the Hampton Roads area. Provides a list of upcoming events, news, points of contact, and minutes of past meetings.

Class of 1968 homepage, requires password.

Classmate directory, news, and memorials.

University of Maryland Student Government Association. Includes links to student legislators, voting records, and general information about the UM student government association.

A land-grant, historically black college founded in 1886, and part of the University System of Maryland.

Supports, enhances and promotes University of Maryland University College (UMUC) and its community of students, faculty, staff and alumni worldwide. Includes chapters, benefits and services, and events.

A small co-educational private college offering a wide range of undergraduate and graduate programs.

Official site of the Amcats with news items, scores and a history of the department.

A student organization working to educate students on environmental issues and promoting green business careers. Lists upcoming events, calendar, related links, and details about the annual conference.

Official site of the Falcons with a schedule of games, pictures, rosters and championship information.

Includes meeting information.

An independent liberal arts college located on 120 rolling wooded acres in suburban Milton, Massachusetts. Curry College offers majors in sixteen major disciplines and concentration programs in Biology, Business Management, Chemistry, Communication, Criminal Justice, Education, English, Environmental Studies, Health Education, Nursing, Philosophy, Physics, Politics and History, Psychology, Sociology, and Visual Arts.

Links to all of Curry's sports teams.

Bridging the gap between the best in education and the best in the Christian Faith. College mainpage containing links to everything from admissions to graduation.

Links to women's and men's sports, coaches and staff, press releases and The Lion's Den.

Official site of the Saints with scores, game schedules, rosters, championships and season reviews.

Located in Beverly, Massachusetts with academic program information, athletics listing, international and graduate studies.

Provides information on center events, professional development programs, as well as space and education resources.

The oldest institution of higher learning in the United States.

Club history, calendar, and membership application.

Hasty Pudding Theatricals, the nation's oldest theater company, which annually puts on a spectacular spring production starring Harvard men in drag.