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Richard Bland College of the College of William and Mary

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“Do. Not. Go. Here. Maybe in a few year it'll be different. I hope so. There are some great faculty members here. But when it comes to school staff,...”
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Bland College of The College of William and Mary in Virginia was founded in 1960. It is the Junior College of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The College offers a traditional curriculum in the liberal arts and sciences leading to the associate degree and other programs appropriate to a junior college. The curriculum is intended to allow students to acquire junior status after transferring to a four-year college or to pursue expanded career opportunities. The College also recognizes its responsibility to serve the public by providing educational and cultural opportunities for the community at large.

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$15,787Starting Salary
$112,50010 Year Salary
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RICHARD BLAND THE COLLEGE OF WILLIAM AND MARY
11301 JOHNSON RD
PETERSBURG, VA 23805
General info:(804) 862-6100
Financial aid office:(804) 862-6223
Admissions office:(804) 862-6225University Homepage
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