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Careers-Employment Campus Philander Smith College has 850 students overall and a good third of the enrolled students are part-timers. Located near the progressive epicenter of the downtown Little Rock, the state capital of Arkansas that en.passes River Market District and William J. Clinton Presidential Center, at the foot of Ozark Mountains and on the south bank of Arkansas River, the campus of the college is well .municated through all routes, air, road, and trains. Brief History Officially founded in 1877 styled as Walden Seminary, the college provided private education for freed slaves in and around areas to the west of Mississippi River . Renamed as Philander Smith College in 1882, as recognition to the financial contributions of Adeline Smith, the widow of Philander Smith, it was chartered as a four year college in 1883. First batch of graduates came out in 1888 and assets of the burnt out Ge.e R. Smith College in Sedalia , Missouri , were merged with the college in 1825. A pioneer institution during the civil rights it was accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools in 1943. Programs Offered Students have the option to choose from four bachelor degrees in arts, science, business administration, and social work. Affiliations and Admission Affiliated with United Methodist Church and also founder member of the United Negro College Fund (UNCF), Philander is classified as one of the baccalaureate or liberal arts colleges by the Carnegie Foundation for advancement of teaching. Admission is based on secondary school GPA, rank, and records, admission test scores and TOEFL scores. Dual credit and advanced placements are accepted admission credits. Accreditation Philander Smith College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, Association for Collegiate and Business Schools and Programs, and Council on Social Work Education. Financial Aids Philander Smith College offers remedial services, academic and career counseling, PT cost defraying employment, and career placement and a dormitory housing 268 students. Financial assistance includes federal, state, local, and institutional grants, scholarships and student loan aids. Details of the assistances offered can be seen on the official website of the college. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: