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How can you find out where someone graduated college?

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2005-10-25 00:01:20
2005-10-25 00:01:20

have you tried classmates.com?

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There is no national database of college graduates, so you must initially rely on what the person tells you. Once you find out where they say they went and what year they graduated, you can call or write the college to verify the information. Employers also generally ask for a copy of the diploma.

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"John graduated from college," would be appropriate.

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The Office of the Registrar at the institution the individual stated they graduated from will validate graduation information to employers. If you are not an employer, you can contact the Alumni Association at the school the individual stated they graduated from. They keep a list of individuals who have graduated.

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Dr.Seuss graduated from college in 1925. .

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Go to the school or call the school from which they graduated and ask them.

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I would say yes. There doesnt seem to be anything wrong with the idea that someone has graduated from college.

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Totally. You are GRADUATED. You are GOING TO COLLEGE. I have several friends that graduated when they were 17 and went to college.

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Educational unemployment is when even people who have graduated from college and have a degree are unable to find employment.

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He graduated from Yale College in 1792.

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She graduated from Oakwood College.

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He graduated from Boston college

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