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  • The game is an annual post-season college football all-star game.
  • Most of the students will be first-generation college students in their families.
  • Early on it added a girl's high school and a two-year college.
  • In seven miles from our village opened a two-year college.
  • Students who complete this program can transfer to a four-year college or university.
  • In addition, there is a law school, a university-college and a medical school.
  • And some of these students are coming here before they are ready for a four-year college.
  • The village has two government primary schools, a government high school and a pre-university college.
  • As a result, when the college re-opened, it was as an all male college.
  • Most often, a college is a community college, not a university.
  • The college's hall is one of the few in the university to have common table.
  • It is the first black land grant college established in the United States.
  • It became, and remained, a two-year college during its existence.
  • The above list does not include several former colleges that no longer exist.
  • Some students advance to higher education and a few have earned four-year college degrees.
  • In one sense, the first land-grant college act was limited.
  • He served in the army before going to college.
  • In addition, there are seven two-year community colleges spread through the state.
  • For centuries, it was the only college of the province, and of the whole country.
  • Many older secondary schools have the term 'college' as part of their names.
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Synonyms of College

Meaning of College

  • noun The body of faculty and students of a college
  • noun An institution of higher education created to educate and grant degrees; often a part of a university
  • noun A complex of buildings in which an institution of higher education is housed