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Colleges and Universities in the American (Insular)Territories


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The colleges and universities of the American Territories make one think of tropical paradises and sandy beaches out in the middle of the ocean. And these places are all of that and have public and private colleges and universities.

An insular area in this context is a United States territory.

They word "insular" comes from the Latin word insula ("island"). These American territories were once administered by the War Department's Bureau of Insular Affairs, however they now have their own Office of Insular Affairs at the Interior Department. These territories include:

  • American Samoa
  • Northern Mariana Islands
  • Guam
  • Puerto Rico
  • U.S. Virgin Islands

    Colleges and Universities in American Samoa

    American Samoa Community College, Mapusaga

    Colleges and Universities in Guam

    University of Guam, Mangilao: Land Grant Institution

    Pacific Islands University, Mingilao: Fouor Year, Private

    Guam Community College, Mangilao

    Northern Mariana Islands: No Colleges and Universities

    Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico Colleges and Universities

    U.S. Virgin Islands

    University of the Virgin Islands, Saint Thomas

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