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Universidad de Cundinamarca
|University Institute of Cundinamarca (1969 - 1992)|
|Motto||Ex umbra in solem|
Motto in English
|From the shadows to the light|
|Established||December 19, 1969|
|Endowment||$28.6 million (2021)|
|1073 (fall 2018)|
|Students||13,234 (fall 2018)|
|Undergraduates||13,121 (fall 2016)|
|Postgraduates||360 (fall 2016)|
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