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    Even remotely, @michaelpollan is an incredible speaker and guest, and the perfect person to kick off the COA 2021 Summer Institute! https://t.co/aP3dFSXnGh
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    COA’s 2021 Summer Institute: Good Food and Food Fights kicks off tonight with author @michaelpollan (joining virtually) and COA President @humanecologist talking about what people eat and drink, and how what we consume affects us and the planet. https://t.co/YOcThoryp8
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    What a joy to welcome Sue Inches ’79 @inchomatic and COA professor emeritus Rich Borden to this past week’s Coffee and Conversation! Sue’s new book is “Advocating for the Environment, How to Gather Your Power and Take Action” (North Atlantic Books, 2021). @NAtlanticBooks https://t.co/P4OKQ8QyGL
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  • Hi there! Yes, incoming students may transfer in college credits earned while dual-enrolled during high school. You must have a grade of C or better in the course. But you’ll still apply to COA as a first-time freshman, and you’ll be able to transfer your credits over once you’ve completed one full year of studies at COA, if you choose to do so. Hope this helps!

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