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educational purpose of The Sage Colleges is to translate higher learning into action and application, recognizing the obligation of educated persons to lead and serve their communities. Russell Sage College, a member of the Sage Colleges, is a comprehensive college that educates women to occupy positions of influence in society, providing women of all ages and backgrounds with a strong vision of their own power and potential. The College's commitment to integrating liberal arts and professional study reflects the fundamental belief that each complements the other. Russell Sage College offers its women students an intellectually challenging and personally fulfilling experience that facilitates the development of knowldge, skills and attitudes essential to an increasingly interdependent world.

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$50,000Starting Salary
$75,00010 Year Salary
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THE SAGE COLLEGES-TROY CAMPUS
45 FERRY ST
TROY, NY12180
General info:(518) 244-2000
Financial aid office:(518) 244-2341
Admissions office:(518) 244-2217
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