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Cedar Crest College

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19 negative, 9 positive.
“Nursing faculty treats the students very bad. They don't care about how their students feel, only care about how many students they can con money out ...”
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Crest mission statement

The mission of Cedar Crest, an independent women's college, is to provide students with an excellent education that is grounded in the liberal arts and informed by humanistic values.
The curriculum is designed to enhance the development of critical thinking and leadership skills, creative abilities, social awareness and technological literacy. Committed to experiential and lifelong learning, the College’s curricular and co-curricular programs empower students to be ethical, engaged, and responsible members of their communities, to appreciate global diversity, and to provide stewardship for the environment. A Cedar Crest education prepares students for careers as well as professional and graduate studies.

A Cedar Crest graduate will:
Demonstrate the ability to engage in critical analysis and qualitative reasoning.
Demonstrate the ability to engage in scientific and quantitative reasoning.
Demonstrate technological competency and information literacy, including the ability to evaluate technological and informational resources and use them appropriately.
Demonstrate the ability to communicate clearly, both orally and through the written word.
Demonstrate the ability to participate in and appreciate artistic and creative endeavors.
Demonstrate the ability to understand and articulate the foundations of her own ethics and values, as well as understand the value systems of others.
Demonstrate the ability to understand and respond to issues of local, national, and global significance.

CCC Average Job Salaries

$44,770Starting Salary
$58,33310 Year Salary
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CCC Address

CEDAR CREST COLLEGE
100 COLLEGE DR
ALLENTOWN, PA 18104--6196
General info:(610) 437-4471
Financial aid office:(610) 740-3785
Admissions office:(610) 740-3780University Homepage
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