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The '''college environment''' can have an important impact on the [[Educational development|educational]] and [[personal development]] of [[college students]]. The social, emotional and physical characteristics of the college or university are all aspects to be taken into account.
 
The '''college environment''' can have an important impact on the [[Educational development|educational]] and [[personal development]] of [[college students]]. The social, emotional and physical characteristics of the college or university are all aspects to be taken into account.
   

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The college environment can have an important impact on the educational and personal development of college students. The social, emotional and physical characteristics of the college or university are all aspects to be taken into account.

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