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Map of MA higher education system?

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I can't find a map like this of the MA state higher ed. system.

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There is this map of community colleges:

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There's a simple map of the Umass system that I can't link here because it is in several parts I think:

http://www.massachusetts.edu/

I can't find a map of the MA state colleges and certainly not a map of the entire state higher ed. system. Has anyone seen one? Does anyone want to make one?

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They keep talking about adding Cape Cod Community College to the UMASS system, but I don't know what the latest is on that.

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They keep talking about adding Cape Cod Community College to the UMASS system, but I don't know what the latest is on that.

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Do you mean the proposed merger of South New England School of Law with Umass Dartmouth that was recently shot down? Or something else?

I'm still playing with the map. I'm not very good at computer graphics, but I did make something cleaner. This is all, mind you, because the map I really hoped to find, did not exsist.

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I mean Cape Cod Community College would become UMASS Cape Cod, like UMASS Dartmouth and Lowell, and Boston...

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I mean Cape Cod Community College would become UMASS Cape Cod, like UMASS Dartmouth and Lowell, and Boston...

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Hm. I've never heard that. It is certainly a nice setting.

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I mean Cape Cod Community College would become UMASS Cape Cod, like UMASS Dartmouth and Lowell, and Boston...

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Why do they want to do that? Change a comm. college into a university?

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Why do they want to do that?  Change a comm. college into a university?

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It makes the Cape more attractive to business development. Having a full university there means that the workforce has access to that much better education. The Cape has the population now to be able to support it. It's something that has been discussed for a while, but I think the economic situation at UMASS precludes it from happening in the near future.

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How much of a comparison can be made between the Cape and the outer portion of LI?

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