Difference between revisions of "The Rural Seminary"

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<p>In 1857, the Rural Seminary formed in Harlem Springs, Ohio. In 1867, the institution relocated to New Market, Ohio, where it became New Market College. In 1875, New Market College became known as &quot;The One Study University.&quot; The institution was so named because students focused on one area of study, forsaking courses outside of their respective majors. This view of higher education quickly gave way to the more traditional view of providing students with a well-rounded education, and in 1877 or 1878, the college became Scio College. </p>
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<p>In 1857, the Rural Seminary formed in Harlem Springs, Ohio. In 1867, the institution relocated to New Market, Ohio, where it became New Market College. In 1875, New Market College became known as &quot;The One Study University.&quot; The institution was so named because students focused on one area of study, forsaking courses outside of their respective majors. This view of higher education quickly gave way to the more traditional view of providing students with a well-rounded education, and in 1877 or 1878, the college became Scio College. </p>  
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<p>Scio College began principally as a college to educate future ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church. By the first decade of the 1900s, the institution suffered from low enrollment and a shortage of funds. In 1908, Scio College's College of Pharmacy ceased to exist when its students transferred to the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. In 1911, Scio College merged with Mount Union College, in Alliance, Ohio, bringing Scio's history to a conclusion. </p>
 
<p>Scio College began principally as a college to educate future ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church. By the first decade of the 1900s, the institution suffered from low enrollment and a shortage of funds. In 1908, Scio College's College of Pharmacy ceased to exist when its students transferred to the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. In 1911, Scio College merged with Mount Union College, in Alliance, Ohio, bringing Scio's history to a conclusion. </p>
 
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*[[New Market College]]
 
*[[Scio College]]
 
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*[[The One Study University]]
 
*[[The One Study University]]
 
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Latest revision as of 14:44, 23 May 2013

In 1857, the Rural Seminary formed in Harlem Springs, Ohio. In 1867, the institution relocated to New Market, Ohio, where it became New Market College. In 1875, New Market College became known as "The One Study University." The institution was so named because students focused on one area of study, forsaking courses outside of their respective majors. This view of higher education quickly gave way to the more traditional view of providing students with a well-rounded education, and in 1877 or 1878, the college became Scio College.

Scio College began principally as a college to educate future ministers of the Methodist Episcopal Church. By the first decade of the 1900s, the institution suffered from low enrollment and a shortage of funds. In 1908, Scio College's College of Pharmacy ceased to exist when its students transferred to the Pittsburgh College of Pharmacy. In 1911, Scio College merged with Mount Union College, in Alliance, Ohio, bringing Scio's history to a conclusion.

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