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  1. When you are using "not equals" the OR needsd to be an "AND". Although I agree with element121, "(NOT) IN" is a lot easier than multiple ORs
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  2. I would write it like this using IN or rather in this case NOT IN: AND (college NOT IN ('Wabash','DePauw')) Does that give you what you are after? I find it a lot easier to read. Hope that helps, Jon
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