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Prescott College : For the Liberal Arts, the Environment, and Social JusticePrescott College - Resident and Distance Education Liberal Arts Degree Programs with a focus on the Environment and Social Justice. Offering BA, MA, PhD, and Teacher Certification - Located in Prescott, Arizona, Ranked among the top 31 liberal arts colleges in the West by U.S.News and World Report.
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Admissions, programs, student life, alumni, news. Located in Prescott, AZ.
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28 October 1997
Number 617,152 of all websites according to Alexa
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