Institutions of Higher Learning in Newton, Mass.
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210 Herrick Rd. Newton Centre 02459-2243 (617) 964-1100 FAX: (617) 965-9756
Director of Communications: Tracy Z. Poole
The country's oldest Protestant graduate school of theology with over 500 students from 45+ denominations.
Offers six Master's and Doctoral level degree programs plus opportunities for continuing education.
Andover Newton has its own Web Page.
140 Commonwealth Ave. Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 (617) 552-8000
President: Reverend J. Donald Monan, S.J.
A four-year Jesuit college open to men and women of all races and creeds, offering B.A. and B.S. degrees in many fields. M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Social Work, Law, Nursing, Education, Management and the Arts & Sciences.
Boston College has its own Web Page.
160 Herrick Road Newton Centre, MA 02459 phone: 617-559-8600 fax: 617-559-8601 website: www.hebrewcollege.edu e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
President: David Gordis
Founded in 1921, Hebrew College maintains a historic commitment to Jewish learning and scholarship within a pluralistic, nonsectarian academic environment. The College offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in Jewish education and Jewish studies, as well as certificates in Jewish education, Jewish communal studies, Jewish cantorial arts, and Jewish philanthropic management. The College also offers a Masters Degree in Jewish studies online.
1844 Commonwealth Ave. Auburndale, MA 02466 (617) 243-2000 FAX: (617) 243-2389 Website: www.lasell.edu
President: Dr. Thomas E. J. deWitt
A two-year and four-year private college. Offers Bachelor and Associate in Arts/Science degrees, Liberal arts, technical and professional skills courses.
777 Dedham St. Newton Centre, MA 02459 617) 928-4553 or (617) 928-4535 FAX: (617) 928-4760 Website: www.mountida.edu
A co-educational institution offering both Associate and Baccalaureate Degree options. The curriculum is career-oriented and the system allows students to exercise their educational options.
A substantial portion of the information on this page can also be found in the Guide to Newton's Resources, a project of the Newton Pride Committee and the Mayor's Office for Cultural Affairs. Thanks to Suzanne Carneiro for making an electronic version of the Guide available to me.
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