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[[Image:Sccumap.gif|left|thumb|78px|Map of SCCU Campus, by Nemo]] '''St. Claire City University''' is located less than ten miles west of the city limits, off highway [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interstate_90 I-90]. It was founded as a liberal arts college in 1953 under the name St. Claire City College. Over the past forty years the school has expanded to include many graduate programs, including an acclaimed medical, dental, and nursing school (run in conjunction with [[Hospital|Hilliard Memorial Hospital]]), a ranger program (run in conjunction with the [[Wolf Woods National Park|National Park]]), and a newly accredited law school. This growth is what prompted the name change from College to University, which coincided with the addition of the medical school
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[[Image:Sccumap.gif|left|thumb|78px|Map of SCCU Campus, by Nemo]] '''St. Claire City University''' is located less than ten miles west of the city limits, off highway [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Interstate_90 I-90]. It was founded as a liberal arts college in 1953 under the name St. Claire City College. Over the past forty years the school has expanded to include many graduate programs, including an acclaimed medical, dental, and nursing school (run in conjunction with [[Hospital|Hilliard Memorial Hospital]]), a ranger program (run in conjunction with the [[Wolf Woods National Park|National Park]]), and a newly accredited law school. This growth is what prompted the name change from College to University, which coincided with the addition of the medical school
 
back in 1976.
 
back in 1976.
Although SCCU has over 15,000 full- and part-time students enrolled, it is primarily a commuter school; less than 1000 students live in on-campus housing. This by no means indicates that there is little activity about the campus. The university has many intercollegiate sports teams, student clubs, sororities and fraternities, several student publications, and an FM radio station. In an effort to meet the needs of the community it also offers continuing education classes, weekend and evenings classes, and a newly established series of video-taught courses in the core undergraduate curriculum.
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Although SCCU has over 15,000 full- and part-time students enrolled, it is primarily a commuter school; less than 1000 students live in on-campus housing. This by no means indicates that there is little activity about the campus. The university has many intercollegiate sports teams, student clubs, sororities and fraternities, several student publications, and an FM radio station. In an effort to meet the needs of the community it also offers continuing education classes, weekend and evenings classes, and a newly established series of video-taught courses in the core undergraduate curriculum.
   
   
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* St. Claire City University's Forest and Wildlife Sciences program (run in conjunction with nearby Wolf Woods National Park) was rated by Money magazine as one of the best buys in the nation.
 
* St. Claire City University's Forest and Wildlife Sciences program (run in conjunction with nearby Wolf Woods National Park) was rated by Money magazine as one of the best buys in the nation.
 
* In U.S. News & World Report's Guide to Colleges and Universities, St. Claire City University consistently ranks in the top 10% of universities in Washington, and in the top 5% in both liberal arts and forestry/wildlife.
 
* In U.S. News & World Report's Guide to Colleges and Universities, St. Claire City University consistently ranks in the top 10% of universities in Washington, and in the top 5% in both liberal arts and forestry/wildlife.
* SCCU's campus newspaper, The Daily Standard, has won awards in 1994, 1995, 1998, 2005, and 2007 for outstanding campus journalism.
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* SCCU's campus newspaper, The Daily Standard, has won awards in 1994 and 1995 for outstanding campus journalism.
* The school colors are scarlet and black.
 
   
   
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