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This is a free, ten-week, not-for-credit online course offered by Hillsdale College. With introductory and concluding lectures by Hillsdale College President Larry P. Arnn, the nine lectures—taught by members of Hillsdale College's politics department faculty—are a continuation of Constitution 101 (2012): The Meaning & History of the Constitution. These lectures will focus on the importance of the principles of the American Founding and the current assault on them by the Progressives.
Hillsdale enrolls approximately 350 new students each year, with a current enrollment of around 1,450 students from 47 states, the District of Columbia, and eight foreign countries. The college employs 124 full-time faculty members.  Hillsdale was ranked 69th in the 2014 . News & World Report listing of best National Liberal Arts Colleges.  It ranks 10th for "most conservative" students and 8th for "professors get high marks" in the Princeton Review ' s evaluation of The Best 378 Colleges 2014 .  Hillsdale also ranked 178th overall, including 34th in the Midwest and 134th in private colleges, in the 2014 Forbes report of America's Best Colleges.  Undergraduate offerings include a variety of liberal arts majors, pre-professional programs, a teacher education program, and a journalism certificate program.  Hillsdale College also manages Hillsdale Academy , a private K–12 liberal arts school.  A graduate program called the "Graduate School of Statesmanship" was inaugurated in 2012. Its focus is political philosophy and American politics; it awards PhD and MA degrees in Politics. 
This initiative is made possible by a major grant from the Barney Family Foundation and matching gifts from other friends of Hillsdale College.
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"I had a really solid foundation going into graduate school because of Hillsdale" –Erin Julianus, '08