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Waynesburg University ceramics classes

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Waynesburg University
    Waynesburg, PA
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    Philadelphia, PA
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Schuylkill Technology Center
    Frackville, PA
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Westminster College
    New Wilmington, PA
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Temple University
    Philadelphia, PA
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Keystone College
    La Plume, PA
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Lincoln University of Pennsylvania
    Lincoln University, PA
$$ $$$ medium Program Info
University of Pittsburgh
    Pittsburgh, PA
$$$ $$$$ very largeProgram Info
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
    Lancaster, PA
$$ $$ small Program Info
Penn State Lehigh Valley
    Center Valley, PA
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University of Pittsburgh Johnstown
    Johnstown, PA
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Waynesburg University ceramics classes

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