Loren Pope, founder of Colleges That Change Lives, called The College of Wooster " my original best-kept secret in higher education ...I can testify that there is no better college in the country...Something important is said about the Wooster experience when more professors and administrators in the Great Lakes Colleges Association [which includes Oberlin, Kenyon, and Denison] send their children to Wooster than to any of the other twelve colleges in that very good consortium."
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Program availability varies by state and campus; please see the Rasmussen College catalog for details.
1 Candidates must be a . military veteran or active service member who has completed medic or corpsmen training. The candidate must submit a Joint Services Transcript (JST) directly to the College for review and evaluation. If the certification has been completed, a block transfer of the designated credits will appear on the Rasmussen College transcript and the corresponding courses will be waived. If the applicant has completed any other courses that apply to their program, the transcript will be reviewed for additional transferable courses.
2 Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and courses completed each term.
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