|University Motto||Sed vitae discimus|
|President||Allen T. Stehle|
|Year of establishment||1891|
|Address||99 Farm Road, Bangor, ME 04401, Estados Unidos|
Founded in 1891, the College was originally named Bangor Business College but was later named after its primary founder, Mary Beal. It was first located in downtown Bangor, before later moving to a larger facility in 1972. Beal moved to a new campus in 2004.
The Latin motto on Beal College's seal is "sed vitae discimus", a short form of Non scholae, sed vitae discimus. This Latin phrase is apt for a career college as it translates "We do not learn for the school, but for life", meaning that one should not gain knowledge and skill to please a teacher or master, but because of the benefits they will gain in their life.
Beal College's mission is to become partners with our students in their journey to improve their career opportunities through the contemporary academic programs offered at Beal College.
Our college will become the region's premier career college by focusing on academic programs and associated student support services that are both qualitatively and quantitatively effective.
The Beal College is a Private university located in Bangor.
The Beal College was founded in 1891.
The current president of Beal College is Allen T. Stehle.
According to verified online sources, the Beal College enrolls a total of 1200 students.
According to the main website, the Beal College has a total student population of 600 undergraduate students and 600 graduate students.
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