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Joanna Nibler of Salem, Ore. Enrolls at Rocky Mountain CollegeSalem-News.com
(BILLINGS, Mont.) - Joanna Nibler, daughter of Janice and Francis Nibler of Salem, will attend Rocky Mountain College this fall. Joanna plans to major in Equitation and Training in the equine program. She graduated from Perrydale High School.
Joanna has been accepted to Rocky Mountain College based on her educational performance, which includes her high school grade point average, course selection, ACT or SAT scores, and letters of recommendation.
Rocky Mountain College, a private, residential, liberal arts college founded in 1878, is the first institution of higher learning in Montana. Students are challenged by an ethically-based, interdisciplinary academic program, and benefit from individual attention both in and out of the classroom. The college offers majors and minors in 40 programs of study, including pre-professional and professional specialties such as earth and environmental sciences, equestrian studies, aviation studies and a physician assistant program.
Rocky consistently is rated as a top ‘Tier 1’ college and is ranked as one the ‘Best Comprehensive Liberal Arts Colleges in the West,’ by U.S. News & World Report in its publication, ‘America’s Best Colleges.’ The magazine also lists Rocky as a ‘Best Buy,’ a designation for the “the greatest schools at the greatest prices.”
Rocky recently was named as one of the ‘Great Colleges for the Real World,’ in the 2003-2004 edition of the book, Get In. Get Out. Get A Job., which praised Rocky’s “career development potential,” citing studies over the past 10 years showing that within four months of graduation, an average of 99% of RMC’s graduates are employed or in graduate school
News Release from Rocky Mountain College
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