Carleton College

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Carleton College President Steven G. Poskanzer
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    Wonderful college! A great place to work.

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    Former Employee - Assistant to Chair, Department of Economics in Northfield, MN
    Former Employee - Assistant to Chair, Department of Economics in Northfield, MN

    I worked at Carleton College full-time (more than 10 years)

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    Top notch college with all the "niceness" you can imagine. Very easy to tackle new tasks with well equipped support and thought out ideas. Students are incredible, faculty are as well, and dedicated to making a difference.

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    weather can be a challenge a few times throughout the year, but is understandable.

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Website www.carleton.edu
Headquarters Northfield, MN
Size 500 to 999 Employees
Founded 1866
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $100 to $500 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Carleton College is an undergraduate, liberal arts school with an enrollment of more than 1,900 students at its campus in southern Minnesota. It has a student to teacher ratio of nine to one. The college confers bachelor of arts degrees in more than 35 academic majors; students may also design their own majors with faculty guidance and approval. The school offers education and foreign language certification and pre-professional programs, as well. Carleton College was founded in 1866 by the Minnesota Conference of Congregational Churches under the name of Northfield College.

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