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Special University Supplement • Cause Magazine Outstanding Schools, Colleges and Universities Frostburg State University


and well equipped residence halls, in an on-campus apartment complex, or in the immediate community within walking distance to campus. At Frostburg, you will have access to advanced facil- ities, including a new science center equipped with the latest technology, an impressive performing arts center and a newly renovated student center. Real-world opportunities and internships are available in almost


Frostburg State University is a destination for students seek- ing a challenging and enriching educational experience with indi- vidualized attention. Academic programs in the sciences, educa- tion, business, the arts and humanities at both the undergraduate and graduate level prepare learners for lives of distinction. Offerings include 45 undergraduate majors and 15 gradu- ate programs designed to give you a competitive edge in the world. You will work with faculty who are truly dedicated to teaching and to your success. About 84 percent of faculty have doctorates or terminal degrees in their fields of study. The student to faculty ratio is 18:1, and 85 percent of classes have fewer than 30 students. The student body of 5,215 students includes 630 graduate students. The multi-cultural student body hails from 25 states, and about 28 percent are from a minority background. The 260 acre campus is located in the beautiful mountains of Western Maryland. Most students live on campus in modern


every major. There are also study abroad opportunities. All students can engage in ground-breaking scientific or business research proj- ects, present papers, exhibit original artwork, broadcast video and audio on TV or the radio, showcase Web design, perform in theatre, music and dance presentations and take on leadership roles. Frostburg is recognized around the country for its community service programs and student volunteers.


FSU is included in The Princeton Review’s Guide to 286 Green Colleges, its list of the nation’s most environmentally responsible campuses. In addition, top-notch academic programs in environmental sciences and a new minor in sustainability are offered. FSU also has its very own small-scale wind and solar energy system, where you can study renewable energy in action with hands-on environmental research opportunities. Other activities include over 90 clubs and organizations including the Black Student Alliance, fraternities and sororities, NCAA athletics, intramural sports, special interest organiza- tions and much more. Frostburg is a great community in which to live and learn.


Within minutes, you can ski, snowboard, whitewater raft, kayak, sail or swim. The cities of Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Washington DC are all just about 2 hours away.


For more information go to www.frostburg.edu


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